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High School

  • Maroon Tide sweeps Chilhowie

     Galax held Chilhowie to just 22 percent shooting and dealt the Warriors only their fourth loss of the year, rolling to a 47-29 win a nondistrict game Thursday in Galax.

    Stew Merdian scored six points in an 8-0 Galax run at the end of the first half that sent the Maroon Tide (4-10) into the break with a 27-15 lead.

    DeAngelo Ravenell led Galax with 13 points while Merdian and Isaiah Brown added 11 points apiece. Brown (13) rebounds and Ravenell also teamed up for 21 boards.

  • Carroll County girls hammer Spartans by 40

    HILLSVILLE – Carroll County handcuffed Salem in the third period Friday night and rolled to an easy 70-30 River Ridge District victory over the Spartans.

    Cavalier coach Marc Motley pointed to the third quarter as the stopper for the Cavaliers as they outscored Salem 28-4, holding the Spartans to only two field goals in the quarter.

  • Lady Cavaliers thrash Christiansburg by 39

    HILLSVILLE –– Carroll County decimated Christiansburg in the first half Saturday night and cruised to an easy 71-32 win in a River Ridge District girls’ game.

    Keely Lundy and Mariah Carter each poured in 12 points in the first half as the Cavaliers (15-2, 8-1) bolted to a 44-12 halftime lead.

    Lundy finished with a team-high 16 points for the Cavaliers. Kaylyn Cromer led all scorers with 16 points for the Blue Demons (5-11, 1-7).

     

  • Carroll County goes back-to-back

    HILLSVILLE – Carroll County outscored Grayson County 21-5 in the second period Monday night and rolled to a 71-34 nondistrict victory.

    The Cavaliers played a solid game on both ends of the floor and scored a lot of their points from close range.

    Carroll (6-12) jumped on Grayson County (2-16) from the opening tip when Caden Hodges hit a layup to open the game. The Cavaliers built a 9-0 lead before the Blue Devils scored their first basket of the game by Bailey Hawkins with 3:27 to play in the quarter.

  • Blue Devils knock off Bland County

    INDEPENDENCE –– Grayson County built a 15-point halftime lead and withstood a second-half charge by Bland County to notch its second win of the season, taking a 66-59 victory Wednesday in a Mountain Empire District game.

    The Blue Devils (2-14) jumped on the Bears (3-12) early, taking a five-point lead into the second quarter and expanding it to 36-21 by halftime.

  • Maroon Tide goes 5-0 at Richlands duals

    RICHLANDS –– Galax claimed five team wins and had two wrestlers finish with 5-0 marks in a six-team dual meet held Jan. 16 at Richlands.

    The Maroon Tide posted wins over Central-Wise (54-15), Honaker (66-6), Richlands (41-30), Patrick Henry-Glade Spring (41-27) and Tazewell (50-24).

  • Galax seeks NFL grant for football field

    Galax High School’s capital fundraising campaign for the football field through NFL grants is bolstered by the fact that Coach Mark Dixon is a former player for the Miami Dolphins.

    “Believe me, it is very difficult to get a phone number that goes to the Miami Dolphins,” said Superintendent Bill Sturgill at the Galax School Board’s Jan. 12 meeting. “There’s not an email address on the website. The number is an answering machine, and calling it daily does not get you anywhere.”

  • G-Men run past Grayson County 87-66

    INDEPENDENCE – Bailey Hawkins scored 31 points but it wasn’t enough as the Grayson County Blue Devils fell to Graham, 87-66, in a Mountain Empire game Friday night.

    The G-Men came into the game with a 7-2 record and for the first half, the Blue Devils held their own.

    Hawkins scored the first basket of the game to give the Blue Devils a 2-0 lead and the first period remained close. The G-Men took their largest lead at 15-9 but Bailey drilled one of his seven 3-pointers to cut the lead to 15-12.

  • Grayson County girls stun Graham

    INDEPENDENCE – Lakean Vaught and Emily Hart hit key free throws last Friday night to lead the Grayson County girls’ to a hard-fought 49-47 victory over Graham in a Mountain Empire District game.

    The game was tied at 43 when Vaught hit two pressure free throws to give the Blue Devils a 45-43 lead with 3:25 to play. Dejah Carter and Alexis Kiser hit the front end of one-and-one free throw opportunities for Graham to tie the game at 45-45.

  • Galax girls on target in 60-32 win

    Narrows has seen a jaw-dropping amount of scoring from one kid over the past season and a half. Galax saw an encouraging amount of production from several sources over the span of 32 minutes.

    Green Wave guard Maggie Guynn topped 1,000 career points just 13 games into her sophomore season Friday, but the Maroon Tide got double-digit scoring from three sources and saw all nine players find their way into the scoring column as Galax ran away with a 60-32 Mountain Empire District win.