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Sometimes, less is more.
It’s a well known fact that many of us don’t care for Mondays. Numerous songs and movies espouse disdain for the day.
“Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.”
“There’s nothing to do around here.”
Four matches into the 2011 schedule, the Staunton River volleyball team has already accomplished what it took a full season last year to accomplish: It has four wins.
Momentum is a fickle mistress. She plied her wiles on the fields of Moneta Friday evening. When she was through, the scoreboard read: Jefferson Forest 42, Staunton River 24.
Staunton River’s Brian Ellis has been called many things: tough guy, captain, hard-hitter, leader.
In a reversal of fortunes, Staunton River topped defending Seminole champion Jefferson Forest, three games to two, in early-season volleyball action.
I received (yet) another goofy press release today. This one described the excitement generated by the naming of the stadium the New York Giants and New York Jets share.
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