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The World Cup kicks off this week.
We here at the Bedford Bulletin are like a big family.
And I mean that in the most negative sense of the term.
Everyone expected Jefferson Forest and E.C. Glass to play to a tie that would be settled by a shoot out.
The Cavs had other ideas.
Chelsea Hayes understands that timing is everything.
The junior forward returned to form following an extended rehab on her ankle.
The Liberty softball team stuck its thumb in the eye of the Seminole District, topping Amherst, 3-2, in the finals of the district tournament.
Track is often looked upon as a sport for individuals. A single athlete often garners glory for himself, while the idea of team sits by the wayside.
Jefferson Forest has the opportunity to accomplish a couple of things when it faces Heritage in today’s (Wednesday) Seminole District tournament semifinal.
While local baseball and softball teams were involved in a plethora of games on Monday, the soccer fields were relatively quiet.
The Jefferson Forest boys and girls teams had earned first-round byes.
Just like every other dinosaur who relies on email as a primary communication tool, I suffer from that lamentable malady: The overstuffed inbox.
With rank comes privilege.
The Jefferson Forest baseball team might be at Rustburg on Monday night, watching the Red Devils open district tourney play.
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