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High School

  • Blaker’s big night leads Narrows past Blue Devils

    NARROWS –– Cole Blaker accounted for 384 yards and five touchdowns and Narrows overwhelmed Grayson County 54-21 Friday in a Mountain Empire District game at Ragsdale Field.

    Blaker, a senior quarterback, ran 23 times for 226 yards and two touchdowns and completed 6-of-12 passes for another 158 yards and three scores as the Green Wave improved to 6-3 overall, 2-2 in district play. Grayson County dropped to 2-7, 1-3.

  • C’burg pulls away from Carroll

    CHRISTIANSBURG – Christiansburg broke a close game open in the third quarter last Friday night to beat the Carroll County Cavaliers 35-26 in a River Ridge District game.

    Carroll County actually led the game twice in the first half but the Blue Demons came on strong in the third period, outscoring the Cavaliers 21-6 to put the game away.

  • Maroon Tide, Cavaliers falter in league matches

    Chilhowie seized control early in all three sets and swept Galax 3-0 in a Conference 46 volleyball match Thursday night.

    The Maroon Tide battled back in each of the first two sets but wasn’t able to avoid the 25-20, 25-21, 25-16 defeat.

    Consecutive kills by the Warriors’ Rachel Hurley helped sustain a 6-0 run for Chilhowie (11-6) as Galax (7-10) fell behind 10-3 in the opening set.

  • Huge 3rd lifts Cougars past Cavs

    DUBLIN – The Carroll County Cavaliers faced off against one of the powerhouses of the River Ridge District Friday and when the smoke cleared, the Cougars handed the Cavaliers a 50-7 setback at Joel Hicks Field.

  • Another Tide back runs into the record books

    NARROWS –– Over the past three football seasons, Galax put three different runningbacks into the Virginia High School League’s record book for the obscene amounts of rushing yardage each piled up. None of them did what the Maroon Tide’s Dougie Peoples did Friday.

  • Wilmore: no conflict with coaches on board

    Staff Reports

    INDEPENDENCE — Grayson County’s school superintendent and the school system’s attorney say that volunteer coaches are allowed to serve on the school board, citing state code.

    At an Oct. 10 meeting, Tracy “Zeke” Anderson, a candidate for the at-large seat on the Grayson County School Board, went before the board to request the resignations of two members, Randy Shinault and Philip Vaughan.

  • Cave Spring rallies past Cavaliers

    HILLSVILLE –– After beginning their home match against Cave Spring in impressive fashion Thursday night, the Carroll County Lady Cavaliers lost a volleyball heartbreaker, 17-25, 26-24, 25-17, 25-23. 

    In the first set, the Cavaliers left no doubt that they came to play and wanted to erase the sting of some tough recent losses. Scoring first, early, and often, Carroll exploded to a 13-6 lead and never let the guests make it close in an eight-point Cavalier victory. 

  • G-Men flood Blue Devils

    INDEPENDENCE –– Graham and Grayson County – and Bill Strong Field itself for that matter – dealt quite well with the steady rain that fell during the two teams’ Mountain Empire District clash Friday night. It was the early downpour of G-Men points that left the Blue Devils stuck in the mud.

  • Pioneers sweep Grayson

    MAX MEADOWS –– Grayson County led Fort Chiswell early in all three games Monday but the Pioneers rallied to sweep the Blue Devils 25-20, 25-14, 25-16 in a Mountain Empire District volleyball match.

    Four of Fort Chiswell’s first seven serves failed to clear the net in the opening set, and the Blue Devils (1-12) got kills from Kaylee Moore and Breanna Brewer to take an early 8-6 lead.

  • Blue Devil boys, Galax girls win Grayson River Run

    FRIES –– Grayson County’s boys and Galax’s girls were the team winners of the Grayson River Run cross country meet, hosted Wednesday by Grayson County at the New River Trail State Park.

    The Blue Devils placed all five of their scoring runners among the top 10 to finish with 34 points, holding off runner-up Graham (48) for the team title. Fort Chiswell was third with 67 points and Galax was fourth with 77.