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She stands four feet, one inch tall.
She’s all of eight and one half years old.
Staunton River Head Coach Brian Divers took a chance on Chance.
It paid off big-time.
All aboard! The bandwagon is moving out, so you’d best be a’ jumping on it.
That’s the way that Jefferson Forest played in topping the Staunton River softballers, 5-0.
Many springtimes ago, my older brothers played a trick on my father.
The long search is over. As a result, Staunton River has itself a new head varsity football coach. But, he is no stranger to the school.
The potential to be a juggernaut.
That’s the early assessment on Jefferson Forest’s baseball team.
In a good news-bad news development, Bedford County athletes got a glimpse of what Pay to Play (P2P) will mean to them in the near future.
When I was about to get married, my father pulled me aside.
He told me, “Son, I’m going to give you the secret to having a good marriage.
Liberty’s best pitcher had to sit and watch as his team was topped by Staunton River, 7-5.
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