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High School

  • Maroon Tide girls keep momentum with 52-34 win

    Better than anyone else, Galax girls’ basketball coach Howard Mayo knows the physical and mental makeup of his team. If he had any uncertainties about his club’s ability to play rough-and-tumble basketball when necessary, those doubts were laid to rest Friday night.

  • Tide boys win third straight

    The Galax boys’ basketball team is inching closer and closer to .500 and is hoping to make the postseason interesting for any higher-seeded team it may run up against. That scenario is looking more and more plausible after the Maroon Tide picked up its third straight win Friday, outmuscling Rural Retreat 54-36 in a Mountain Empire District game.

  • Grayson boys improve to 13-1; Galax throws scare at Wythe

    CHILHOWIE –– Grayson County built a 16-point halftime lead and cruised to its 13th win of the season Saturday night with a 73-57 nondistrict win over Chilhowie.

    The Blue Devils (13-1) constructed a six-point lead by the end of the first quarter and outscored the Warriors 22-12 in the second for a 43-27 advantage at intermission.

  • Glenvar overcomes Cavaliers

    HILLSVILLE –– Carroll County overcame a 12-point second-half deficit in the span of less than three minutes Friday night but Glenvar was able to regroup and pull away for a 75-60 win in a Three Rivers District boys’ game.

    Landry Gerbers’ free throw had Glenvar (10-4 overall, 6-0 district) ahead by a dozen points, 41-29, at the 6:52 mark of the third period, but Carroll County (2-12, 1-5) was in the lead less than three minutes later.

  • Cavs streak past Glenvar

    HILLSVILLE –– To illustrate just how overpowering Carroll County was Friday night against Glenvar, when Cavalier coach Marc Motley was asked about the explosive start his team got off to, he wasn’t sure if the questioner was referring to the first quarter or the third.

    Carroll County opened up a 14-0 lead in the game’s first three minutes, kicked off the third quarter with an 11-0 run in less than two and a half minutes and raced past Glenvar 59-32 in a Three Rivers District girls’ game.

  • Floyd withstands Horton barrage to down Carroll

    HILLSVILLE –– Tanyan Sutphin of Floyd County and Carroll County’s Adam Horton waged a second-half scoring battle Tuesday as the Buffaloes held on for a 72-68 Three Rivers District Tuesday.

    Horton, who finished with 39 points for the game, scored 29 points in the second half alone, but Sutphin dropped in 15 fourth-quarter points as Floyd rallied from a three-point deficit. Sutphin finished with 20 points for the Buffaloes and Cayden Sutphin contributed 19.

     

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  • Galax stays in control of MED

    INDEPENDENCE –– Grayson County scored the first and last two points of the second quarter, but Galax lit it up with a 20-0 run in between and claimed a 54-24 win over the Blue Devils in a Mountain Empire District game Tuesday.

    Breanna Brewer, who led the Blue Devils with nine points, opened the second period by finishing a fast break for Grayson County (4-12 overall, 2-6 MED), pulling the Blue Devils to within a 13-11 score at the 7:36 mark of the quarter. But the next 20 points all went to Galax (13-3, 7-1) as the Maroon Tide zoomed into a 33-11 lead.

  • Grayson clamps down on Tide

    INDEPENDENCE –– Held to six points and leading by a single point through the game’s first six minutes, Grayson County got hot on offense, locked down on defense and pulled away for a 51-19 Mountain Empire District win Tuesday over Galax.

    The Blue Devils won for the 15th time in 16 outings and improved their MED record to 8-0 ahead of a key trip to George Wythe on Friday.

  • Carroll County girls roll past Alleghany by 31

    LOW MOOR –– Carroll County knocked off the last remaining unbeaten team in the Three Rivers District, blasting Alleghany in the first half en route to a 61-27 win Friday.

    The Cavaliers (10-2 overall, 4-0 district) took a 22-7 lead after eight minutes and expanded their advantage to 34 points, 47-13, by halftime.

    Danielle Gallimore accounted for four of Carroll County’s six 3-pointers and led all scorers with 18 points. Mariah Carter contributed 14 points for the Cavaliers.

  • Indians shut down Blue Devil girls

    INDEPENDENCE – The Grayson County girls continued to have trouble scoring last Friday night as the Rural Retreat Indians beat the Blue Devils 57-18 in a Mountain Empire District game.

    Grayson County was holding its own in the early going, even taking a 5-2 lead on a 3-pointer by Abbie Moore.

    The score was tied at 7-7 when the Blue Devils went stone cold from the floor.

    Rural Retreat (10-5, 3-3) scored the last seven points of the first period to take a 14-7 lead.