You’ll find photos from the event in this week’s print edition of So Salem — a cover shot, plus two pages inside.
And even more online in this gallery. (By the way, that’s Andrew Close drying off the ball at left.)
Those aren’t the only online extras we have this week. Here’s an easy guide to finding the rest:
* Magenbauer to speak at Fellowship Community Church youth group Sunday
* Fuddrucker’s site to become IHOP
* Bear sighted near Creekside Drive
* Roanoke College professor wins Fulbright scholarship
* More photos of Roanoke College freshmen building habitat house
* More photos from the Mud Run
* More photos from KidsFest
* More photos from the Showtimers play
* More photos from the Greek Festival
* More photos from the Wilderness Trail Festival
AND IN SPORTS . . .
* More photos of Salem football vs. Northside
* More photos from Knights Crossing
* More photos of Salem volleyball vs. Patrick Henry
* More photos of the Salem Sabres U11 White team
* More photos of Glenvar Dragons vs. Masons Cove
* Video of Jacob Chambers making spectacular catch for Salem Maroons vs. Glenvar
* More photos from the season finale with the Salem Red Sox
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