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Today's Sports

  • Softball: Thompson throws no-no...

    With two outs and two strikes Millie Thompson needed one more pitch to end the night with 4-0 victory for the Lady Minutemen.
        

    Thompson delivered the pitch and the game was over. Thompson’s twelfth strikeout of the night not only ended the game but secured a no-hitter.
        

  • Baseball: Offensive outpouring...

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Two soulless baseballs are sitting outside of the ballpark where the fence meets the woods at Liberty Lake Park. The souls were completely intact when they left the   hand of the pitcher but Staunton River’s Eddie Blake and Liberty’s Nick Maxfield took them soon after. Both men smacked the life out of the baseball, both in the fifth inning and both two-run shots.
        

  • Football: Five Golden Eagles...

    The Golden Eagles’ most successful, football, senior class added five more college signees on Monday April 30.
        

    Joe Haner and Sam Kirtley signed to play at Bluefield College. T.J. Tester and Trent Thomasson signed to join Emory and Henry College and Adam Johns signed to play at Palmetto Prep Academy (South Carolina).
        

  • Softball: Mullins pitches...

    In the first game of a double-header between William Fleming and Staunton River on Thursday April 26 12 Lady Colonels stepped up to the plate and 12 Lady Colonels walked away from the plate without reaching a base. They were not match for Brooke Mullins.
        

    All Mullins needed for perfection was 40 pitches in four innings with eight strikeouts. The defense behind her did the rest.
        

  • County Track & Field

    JEFFERSON FOREST- Tacaylen Hurt ran a season best 11.37 to win the 100 meter dash and 51.80 in the 400 meter dash at Liberty on Wednesday April 25.
        Nick Rainey won the long jump (19-00) and second in the 200 meter dash with a time of 24.07. Logan Shepherd came in second in the 1600 meter run with a time of 10:21.34. Jefferson Forest scored every point in the 1600 meter run.

  • Sports Day-ly: Infinity War...

    Wow. The culmination of over 10 years of superhero storytelling finally came to a head. The Mad Titan Thanos truly began his quest for the infinity stones and to take down the Avengers.
        

    There are no major spoilers of Avengers: Infinity War in this review–because I am an above average human being–but there are spoilers for every other Marvel movie.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: Infinity War...

    Wow. The culmination of over 10 years of superhero storytelling finally came to a head. The Mad Titan Thanos truly began his quest for the infinity stones and to take down the Avengers.
        

    There are no major spoilers of Avengers: Infinity War in this review–because I am an above average human being–but there are spoilers for every other Marvel movie.
        

  • Baseball: Cavaliers narrowly...

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Cavaliers ace Griffin Agee was perfect when he took the mound in the fourth inning. Agee, a UVA commit, was dealing in the first three innings, striking out six of nine Minutemen batters, he made quick work of the Liberty and Jefferson Forest led 3-0.
        

  • Softball: O'Neil lifts...

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The threat of rain pushed Monday April 23’s softball matchup between Heritage and Jefferson Forest to 5 p.m. instead of the originally scheduled 7 p.m.
      

    Rain did fall during the game but not enough to district Jefferson Forest accomplishing their mission of winning.
        

  • Soccer: Staunton River narrowly...

    Abby Light’s success continued early in Staunton River’s matchup against Patrick Henry. Light put the Lady Golden Eagles on the board first, scoring in the 13th minute. But Patrick Henry scored the next two to steal a 2-1 win from Staunton River.
        

    Light has scored goals in three consecutive games and four of the last five for Staunton River including the Golden Eagles lone goal on Senior Night against William Byrd.