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High School

  • Dragons silence Grayson, 2-1

     

    By LARRY CHAMBERS

    Staff

     

    SALEM – Maggie Walker scored two runs in the first inning Friday and made it hold up for a 2-1 victory over Grayson County in the semifinal round of the Group 2A state baseball tournament played at Kiwanis Park in Salem.

    The two teams were about equally matched, both finishing the game with four hits and four errors and both making big plays when they needed them.

  • Mathews blanks Galax

    RADFORD –– Galax’s softball team has had better days this year. But having finally stepped foot on the biggest stage, and having done so with a young team, there’s the hope that better days lay ahead, as well.

    The Maroon Tide had one of its poorer defensive showings with six errors and never mounted a threat against Mathews pitcher Madison South, falling 8-0 to the East Region champions Friday in the Group 1A semifinals at Radford University.

  • New boss same as the old

    RADFORD –– Galax lost nearly three-quarters of its starting lineup after winning its second straight Group 1A boys’ soccer state championship last spring. The bad news for the three teams joining the Maroon Tide in this weekend’s state final four at Radford University is that right now, one would hardly notice.

  • Tide denied in region finals

     

    By ANDY BITTER

    The Roanoke Times

     

    Reprinted with permission.

     

    RINER — The Parry McCluer softball team already had a 1A East Region title to its credit from its state championship run last season.

    Now it has one from the West.

  • Hutchens, Patton win conference titles

    INDEPENDENCE –– Noah Hutchens and William Patton rolled through the Conference 39 singles and doubles tennis tournament last week, with Hutchens claiming the singles championship and teaming up with Patton to pick up the doubles crown at the Grayson County High School courts.

  • Cunningham, Wyatt win region titles for Grayson Co.

    RADFORD –– Grayson County’s Mary Beth Cunningham and Emma Wyatt each won a region championship and qualified for state in two events at the Region 2A West track and field championships last Wednesday at Cupp Stadium on the campus of Radford University.

    Wyatt ran a winning time of 2 minutes, 29.82 seconds and held off Abi Belshan of Floyd County by less than four seconds to win the region title in the 800 meters, and followed that with a third-place showing in the 1600 meters, running a 5:57.37.

  • Carroll County softball run comes to end

    HILLSVILLE – Carroll County had the bases loaded with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning Wednesday night but the final batter struck out as Fauquier held on to beat the Cavaliers 2-1 in the semifinals of the Region 4A West softball tournament at CCHS.

  • Devils top Statesmen for baseball berth; softball falls to Highlanders in 8

    TAZEWELL –– After his go-ahead RBI single propelled Grayson County to a spot in next week’s state tournament, Eric Hawks was almost speechless.

    “It’s awesome. That’s the only word to describe it,” Hawks said.

    The Blue Devils leftfielder broke up a 3-3 tie with a two-out RBI single in the fourth inning as Grayson County went on to top Randolph-Henry 7-5 in a 2A West semifinal on Wednesday afternoon in Tazewell.

  • Tide survives 13-inning marathon

    BASTIAN –– Galax extended its baseball season with a Conference 46 semifinal win over George Wythe. As if the semifinal game didn’t extend the season all by itself.

    Galax and George Wythe went at each other for 13 innings in a contest that lasted nearly six hours and ended after 1 a.m. Thursday morning, with Galax finally holding on for a 14-12 win to clinch a spot in today’s Region 1A West quarterfinals.

  • Devils claim Conference 39 softball crown

     RICHLANDS –– Emily Lindsey and Rachel Burris each homered and Grayson County earned a spot in this week’s Region 2A West tournament, powering past Richlands 10-2 Thursday in the Conference 39 semifinals.

    The Blue Devils open region tournament play today (Monday) when they travel to Gate City for a 4:30 quarterfinal.