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High School

  • Green Cavs showing progress

    HILLSVILLE –– When a program has graduated as much experience and talent as Carroll County has the last two years, it wouldn’t be that unusual for the rebuilding process to include a little good, a little bad and a little ugly.

    Through the first two games of the season, the Cavaliers are seeing all three over the course of a couple of quarters as they begin anew after the winningest four-year stretch in program history.

  • Carroll County rallies for OT win over Buffaloes

    FLOYD –– Carroll County stormed back from a 17-point second-half hole and edged Floyd County 70-68 in overtime in a nondistrict boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

    The Cavaliers’ Micah Johnson and Winston Giles each sank one free throw in the final seven seconds of overtime to give Carroll County (1-1) its final lead.

  • Board kicks around idea for CCMS soccer team

    HILLSVILLE — The Carroll County School Board heard a number of requests from young visitors for a middle school soccer team during the citizen comments portion of the Nov. 11 meeting.

    The idea of a soccer team was introduced to the board in October by middle school principal Marc Quesenberry, who told the board that interest in the sport had spiked this year.

  • Lady Devils deep, experienced

    INDEPENDENCE –– There are certain things that come a little more easily to a team as experienced as the one Grayson County girls’ basketball coach Tiny Funk will field this year

    Practices can be a lot more efficient, what with everybody knowing what to expect. Big game jitters may not be as big an ordeal for a group of multi-sport athletes who have been in more than their fair share of them. Teaching certain concepts and tactics evolves into refining such things.

  • New identity for Grayson boys

    INDEPENDENCE –– In the past four years, the Grayson County boys’ basketball program has produced five 1,000-point scorers. The Blue Devils’ success this year may depend on how well they can do on the other end of the floor.

    Though fielding a team that lacks in star power, eighth-year Grayson County head coach Lucas Austin likes what he sees from 11 kids who are similar in size, ability and toughness.

  • Grayson County girls open season with 55-44 win

    SALEM ––Grayson County opened up a 16-point lead in the middle two quarters and opened its 2014-15 girls’ basketball season with a 55-44 win Wednesday at Glenvar.

    The Blue Devils took an 11-9 lead into the second quarter and outscored the Highlanders a combined 30-16 in the second and third period to hold a 41-25 advantage entering the fourth quarter.

  • Carroll’s Smith to remain a Cavalier

    Once a Cavalier, always a Cavalier. At least that’s the case with Carroll County’s Eustacia Smith.

    A standout attacker for coach Cindy Edwards’ CCHS volleyball team, Smith inked recently to continue her career at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise, fulfilling a lifelong dream.

  • PLAYOFF PRIMER - Week 3

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  • State Line Rush off to 5-1 start

     The State Line Rush opened its season with five wins in its first six games, most recently winning two of three games at the VHSAA Shootout at the Galax Recreation Center

    State Line 71, Front Royal 46: The Rush coupled a strong start with a strong finish and wrapped up a 2-1 run in the VHSAA Shootout Saturday afternoon in Galax.

  • PLAYOFF PRIMER - Week 2

    Have game, will travel (take 2)

    Some hefty road trips once again are in store for a few teams in this week’s second-round playoff games, topped by Buckingham County’s 268-mile, 4 hour and 31-minute trip to Gate City.