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  • Families displaced by fire finding relief

    In the wake of the apartment fire behind Creek Bottom Brews in Galax, relief efforts have helped three of the four families turned out by the disaster.

    The fourth family — that of the landlord, listed as Eugenia Ibarra Reyes — remains unreachable, but according to Chief David Hankley of the Galax Fire Department, there were no fatalities.

  • One injury in two-car crash in Galax

    A two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Route 58 and Glendale Road on Fruday night at about 7:40 p.m. left one person injured and in need of EMS transport, according to Officer Mark Burnett.

    A red 2000 Ford Focus driven by Rafael S. Cisneros, 37, of Galax, was traveling west on Route 58 when it was struck in the intersection by a black 2004 Chevy Sebring, driven by Larry G. Kenny, 48, of Galax, which was attempting to turn onto Glendale Road.

  • PERFECT*

    Normally, an asterisk attached to an athletic accomplishment is not a good thing. It usually means something along the lines of, “Yeah, well, that’s pretty good, but…”

  • Haynes runs state time at Radford

    RADFORD –– Sydney Haynes claimed one of two event championships picked up by Carroll County and qualified for the Group 4A state meet last week at the All-American Relays at Radford High School.

  • Grayson snaps out of it

    INDEPENDENCE –– Nothing can get a gang of teenage girls hyped up and over a hard case of the blahs like a good…Monday? But then, anything had to be better than the Grayson County softball team’s terrible, horrible, no good very bad weekend.

  • REMEMBER WHEN: April 17-22

     

    2011

    *Grace Wilson was perfect though five innings before allowing a leadoff single in the sixth as Galax defeated Bland County 8-3 in softball. Wilson struck out nine.

    *Dustin Leonard went 3-for-5 with four RBIs and his two-run home run in the top of the eighth lifted Grayson County past Fort Chiswell 5-3. Jared Salts went the distance on the mound for Grayson, allowing one earned run on four hits.

     

    2006

  • Strickland earns USA South tourney MVP for Panthers

    ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. –– Ferrum College freshman and Carroll County High School product Cheyenne Strickland was named the USA South Conference softball tournament most valuable player after leading the fifth-seeded Panthers to the tournament championship this past weekend with two wins over No. 4 Averett.

  • Maroon Tide whacks Bland County 14-0

    BASTIAN ––  Chances are, Galax will never play a softball game in Glengary, W.Va. But the Maroon Tide put the town’s zip code on the scoreboard Tuesday.

    Galax hung a 2-5-4-2-1 on Bland County in a 14-0 Mountain Empire District romp over the Bears as the Maroon Tide improved to 6-2 on the year with the five-inning win.

  • Spurlin goes off on Bland County

    BASTIAN –– Caleb Spurlin did just about everything Tuesday but buy the team supper and pull a box full of puppies from a burning fireworks factory on the bus ride home.

    A senior who has played nearly every position on the field this year, Spurlin went 6-for-6, hit for the cycle and drove in seven runs, leading an offensive heyday for several Galax hitters in the Maroon Tide’s 28-3 shellacking of Bland County in a Mountain Empire District game.

  • Carroll continues to roll

    DUBLIN –– For the second game in a row, there was a glimmer of hope for a Carroll County softball opponent. Just a glimmer, though, then another long day of futility.