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Fear the Bear!

- Coach McGeoghegan’s 90-pound National Gainesville Grizzlies had another big win over the weekend, cruising to an easy 20-0 victory over the Springfield Cowboys, their second shutout of the season. The Grizzlies finished the regular season undefeated with a 7-0 record and are now headed to the playoffs.

Washington sets timeline for Olympics deliverables

- Leaders of a potential Washington 2024 Olympic bid briefed local authorities recently on the expected timeline in the process that would prepare the area to throw its hat in the ring to host the games. In August 2013, Washington 2024, the group preparing the bid, was immediately contacted by the United States Olympic Committee, according to John Powell, the director of government affairs and programs at Washington 2024.

Heritage Hunt lists golf winners

- The 2014 Heritage Hunt Players Tournament was played on Oct. 18 at the Heritage Hunt Golf & Country Club in Gainesville. The format was an individual low net match and the winners in each flight are listed below.

Pride of the Indians

- Winning the title of homecoming king or queen isn't always as simple as entering your name into nomination and then hoping your classmates pick you. Sometimes, a little campaigning goes a long way.

O’ Say….

- Battlefield alumna Sarah Aloumouati performed The Star Spangled Banner before the final varsity volleyball game of the regular season between host Battlefield and visiting Patriot on Oct. 21 in Haymarket. The Bobcats celebrated senior night with a 3-1 victory.

Game of inches

- It is possible to be the better team on offense and defense in football and still lose a game. That doesn't happen much but it is possible when the other team makes up for its shortcomings by putting on a punishing special teams performance.

Tigers walloped by Cougars, 52-0

- As a football defense, putting up zeroes during a game is great. Putting up negatives is even better. On the final senior night for many of their star players, the Kettle Run varsity football team needed just one half to prove it had put last week's messy win over Culpeper County behind them.

Football Scoreboard - week 9

- Check out week nine football results, where your favorite team stands and take a look at games to come in week ten. Week 9 (Oct. 24, 2014):

Roar of the Bobcat

- The Battlefield varsity volleyball team defeated Patriot 3-1 on Oct. 21 in Haymarket on senior night after the Pioneers shut out the Bobcats 3-0 earlier in the fall. Battlefield and Patriot both ended the regular season 5-3 in Conference 8 play, putting them tied for second place in the standings behind 8-0 champion Osbourn Park.

Bobcats, Yellow Jackets split field hockey titles

- For the varsity field hockey teams of Battlefield and Osbourn Park, the second verse turned out to be just the same as the first. In the second year of Conference 8 play, the teams split the regular season and post-season championships with the same outcome as 2013: the Yellow Jackets won the regular season title and the Bobcats claimed the tournament championship.
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