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Community Sports

  • REMEMBER WHEN: Feb. 5-11
        2012 *Galax rebounded from its first defeat in more than a year by edging Grayson County 63-61. The Maroon Tide (17-1) got 21 points from Devonte McKinney while Grayson County was led by Landon Frost with 19 points. *Wes Smoot scored 20 points for Carroll County’s boys and Lindsay Martin pumped in 19 for the Cavalier girls as the two teams completed perfect runs through the Southwest District with wins over Marion.   2007
  • REMEMBER WHEN – Jan. 15-21
      2012 *Ty Cannaday led four scorers in double figures with 20 points as Grayson County swamped Narrows 76-55. Max Rodgers scored 18 points, Adam Wyatt had 17 and Lucas Rudy added 12 for the Blue Devils. *Carroll County’s girls led by three before finishing the game on a 16-0 run to pull away from Marion 51-32. Rachel Dalton scored 20 points for the Cavaliers and Lindsay Martin added 15 points.   2007
  • REMEMBER WHEN: November 13-19
          2011 Galax rolled up 551 yards of offense and opened the playoffs with a 64-7 win over Holston. Donte Peoples, Joseph Dixon and Steven Peoples rushed for more than 110 yards each for the Maroon Tide and Austin Pack had 150 passing yards.   Grayson County rushed for 411 yards and drubbed Graham 35-15 for its first playoff win in 20 years. Darren Anderson and Xavier Rodriguez ran for two touchdowns each and Rodriguez had 211 yards on 13 carries.
  • REMEMBER WHEN: Nov. 6-12
        2011 *After weeks of growing anticipation, in a game previewed on the front page of The Roanoke Times, Grayson County and Galax met on the final night of the season for the first time ever, with 9-0 records, and the Maroon Tide came away with a 21-6 win. *Carroll County gave up an early touchdown and responded with 48 unanswered points to close its season with a 48-6 win over Patrick County. Logan Hodges ran for 130 yards and a pair of touchdowns.  
  • REMEMBER WHEN: Oct. 23-29
        2011 *A miracle play kept Grayson County’s record perfect on the year in a 41-40 win over Fort Chiswell. Having led 39-21 in the fourth quarter, the Blue Devils trailed 40-39 when a Pioneer punt was blocked at the Fort 33 and shot backwards. A scramble for the ball finally ended in the Pioneer end zone and resulted in a safety. The finish set up a showdown between a pair of 9-0 teams the following week when Galax visited Grayson.
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      2011 * Grayson County hung 58 first-half points on a team that would go on to win a state championship, blasting Clintwood 61-6. The game was scoreless with less than four minutes to go in the first quarter when the Blue Devils detonated for eight touchdowns by halftime. * Galax ended a 12-game losing streak to Radford, taking a 30-0 halftime lead in a 43-0 win over the Bobcats. Three Galax backs rushed for between 45 and 85 yards each as the Tide outgained Radford 306-120.  
  • Galax swim team takes second at conference meet
    The Galax Maroon Tide swim team moved up a spot from last year and claimed the runner-up position and the Carroll Wellness Center posted a best-ever fifth place showing at the annual conference meet, held earlier this summer at the Armfield Recreation Center in Pilot Mountain, N.C. The Maroon Tide closed the gap on league powerhouse Elkin, which again took the team title with 2,172 points, ahead of Galax’s 1,553, and the Tide defeated the Wet Lightning in a head-to-head meet in the regular season.
  • Chambers wins Roanoke C.C. match play title
      By LARRY CHAMBERS Staff   ROANOKE –– Brad Chambers of Galax birdied the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to beat Matt Harmon and win the featured Amateur Division crown of the 71st Roanoke Valley Match Play Championship held at Roanoke Country Club June 17-19.
  • Barrett, Chilton top finishers at Dannelly 10K
    Nearly 100 participants turned out for the 18th running of the New River Trail Dr. Ed Dannelly 10K Run, sponsored Saturday by the Galax Parks and Recreation Department.
  • Lineberry named first-team all-ODAC
    EMORY –– Brandon Lineberry, a former player at Carroll County High School and a senior at Emory & Henry College, was honored as a first-team selection on the all-Old Dominion Athletic Conference baseball team, ODAC officials announced Thursday in Forest. Lineberry was one of three Wasps to land on the three all-ODAC squads, joining second-team first baseman Carson Bryant and third-team shortstop Holden Watkins.