Snapshots of the season

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Snapshots of the season
MARCH 10, 2014
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Play By Play
Bill Turner photos
Snapshots of the season
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How about a game of H-O-R-S-E?
Cave Spring College Signings
Volleyball player Olivia Sass (above) will be playing
at Lock Haven (Pa.) next year; Cross-country and
track runner Katie Fortner (left) will be competing
for Clemson; and Emily Fulton (below), daughter
of Cave Spring head football coach Tim Fulton, will
take her track and field talents to VMI. Their signings were celebrated in the Cave Spring High School
gymnasium Feb. 5.
Bill Turner photos
William Byrd basketball star Marvey’o Otey (above right)
took on Harlem Globetrotter Anthony “Buckets” Blakes
in a friendly contest at the Byrd gym in February. Blakes
(above left) wowed the crowd by duplicating Otey’s incredible feat from earlier this season by converting a behindthe-back 3-pointer. Otey more than saved face when he
took the game of H-O-R-S-E, however.
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Bill Turner
7Charlottesville bound
Four-year Patrick Henry soccer player
Emmanuel Scere (left) committed to
the University of Virginia on Feb. 5; he is
pictured with Patriot head soccer coach
Chris Dowdy, now in his 10th year at PH.
Light Comes On
Salem’s all-state offensive lineman Alex Light (below) signed his letter of intent
to play football for the University of Richmond in early February. He is surrounded by supporters (from left) Devante Payne (a Spartan teammate), Kelly
and Auburn Light (his parents), Jeff Leftwich (a Salem assistant football coach),
Stephen Magenbauer (the head football coach), Thomas Mitchem (a teammate)
and Scott Habeeb (Salem High School principal).
Brian Hoffman
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Media Night at the Roanoke Valley Sports Club
Bill Turner
Longtime Roanoke Valley Sports Club member Larry Perry (second from the
left, above) hangs out with WDBJ-7’s Travis Wells (far left) and Roanoke
Times scribes Doug Doughty, Randy King and Aaron McFarling at the club’s
Feb. 17 meeting at the Salem Civic Center. Speaking at the March 17 meeting will be Allison Doughty, Doug’s daughter.

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