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High School

  • C’burg ground game too much for Cavs

     CHRISTIANSBURG ––  De’Quan Green-Gause rushed for 153 yards and four touchdowns on nine carries to lead the Blue Demons (3-0) over the Cavaliers (0-3).

    Joey Augustin ran for 142 yards and two TDs on 11 carries for Christiansburg.

    Conner Lundy completed 21 of 39 passes for 289 yards and one TD for Carroll County. He also ran for a touchdown. Teammate Chris Smoot had nine catches for 131 yards.

    Carroll County.......8    6  7    7––28

  • Devils 3-0 after downing Tribe

    INDEPENDENCE – Grayson County was favored by three touchdowns to beat Rural Retreat last Friday night but the Blue Devils actually had to come from behind before turning the game into a blowout and claiming the 48-19 nondistrict victory at Bill Strong Field.

    The Blue Devils had the first chance after advancing the kickoff to their own 31. They failed to move the ball and were forced to punt.

  • Tide can’t overcome deficit

     FLOYD –– Galax cut a 20-0  gap to six points in the third quarter but couldn’t complete the comeback and dropped a 33-14 nondistrict loss Friday to Floyd County.

    Donte Peoples scored on runs of 5 and 2 yards as the Maroon Tide (1-1) pulled to within 20-14 entering the fourth quarter.

    The Buffaloes (1-1) responded with a 51-yard touchdown pass from Matt Bary to Cole Worrell, and Dorian Harris iced the win with a 53-yard interception return.

  • Grayson Co. holds off Chilhowie

     CHILHOWIE –– An odd turn of events on a free kick following a safety helped lead to a strong finish for Grayson County, which held on the defeat Chilhowie 35-21 in a nondistrict game Friday night.

    Grayson County (2-0) led just 14-12 early in the fourth quarter and was ahead 21-12 when a fumble in its own end zone resulted in a safety and a 21-14 game with 5:40 to go.

  • Grayson, Galax volleyball teams still unbeaten

     Galax ran its season-opening win streak to five matches Tuesday, drilling Pulaski County 25-10, 25-23, 25-15 in a nondistrict volleyball match in Galax.

    The Maroon Tide (5-0) got 13 kills and seven digs from Morgan Neff while Susan Davis added 15 assists and 13 digs. Haley Reynolds served for five aces for Galax.

    Grayson Co. 3, Rural Retreat 0: The Blue Devils also remained undefeated on the young season with a 25-9, 25-8, 25-14 nondistrict win Tuesday in Rural Retreat.

  • TONIGHT’S GAMES

    Rural Retreat at Grayson County

    Preseason optimism was dampened when Rural Retreat opened with a disappointing 34-0 loss at Fort Chiswell. The Indians (1-1) rebounded at Bland County with a 42-6 win and will tackle their third straight Mountain Empire District foe when they travel to Independence to face the Blue Devils (2-0).

    Rural Retreat threw rarely but effectively against the Bears as J.B. Wright hit all six of his passes for 160 yards and a pair of scores. T.C. Caudill added 96 rushing yards for the Indians. 

  • Cavs can’t solve Bear defense

    MOUNT AIRY, N.C. – Across the creek at Veterans Memorial Park, the fair was in full swing. In Wallace Shelton Stadium, the above average was the main attraction.

    Mount Airy clamped down on Carroll County defensively and rolled up a four-touchdown lead Friday before settling for a 28-7 nondistrict win over Carroll County.

  • Maroon Tide takes opener from Floyd

     Galax needed 29 points to win the second set but knocked off Floyd County in three, 25-17, 29-27, 25-9 to open its volleyball season with a nondistrict win Tuesday in Galax.

    Lindsey Ayers had 14 kills, Haley Reynolds came up with 14 digs, Susan Davis put up 16 assists and Sydney Lindsey added seven blocks for the Maroon Tide.

    Patrick County 3, Carroll Co. 2: The Cougars pulled away in the fifth set to take a 10-25, 25-22 25-20, 21-25, 15-8 win in a nondistrict match.

  • Huge second quarter lifts Bengals

    HILLSVILLE—Bassett used a 26 point second quarter to take a commanding lead en route to a 40-12 drubbing of Carroll County in a nondistrict game Friday at Tommy Thompson Field.

    The Bengals (1-0) topped 350 yards on the ground through their triple option offense and kept the Cavaliers (0-1) on their heels throughout the entire game.

    Bassett wasted no time taking the lead.

    Taking over on their own 35-yard line, the Bengals pounded the ball time and time again as they thundered down the field for a score on the opening drive.

  • Blue Devils open with 48-9 win

    INDEPENDENCE – Grayson County used its superior defense and size advantage Friday night to cruise to a 48-9 victory over Alleghany, N.C. in the season opener for the Blue Devils at Bill Strong Field.

    And while the defense was holding the Trojans to only nine points, the offense took over to provide the points for the non-district win.