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High School

  • Galax girls lock up share of MED title

    INDEPENDENCE –– Allison White and Taylor Bryant poured in 28 first-half points as Galax raced out to a huge early lead and handled Grayson County 65-36 in a Mountain Empire District girls’ game Friday.

    Galax (16-3 overall, 8-0 district) clinched at least a tie for the MED regular season championship, which it can lock up this week with a win over either Bland County or Narrows.

  • Cavaliers lock up Southwest titles

     RICHLANDS –– Carroll County swept a boys’-girls’ double-header Saturday at Richlands, locking up the regular season Southwest District championship for both teams.

    The Cavalier boys faced a much-improved Blue Tornado compared to the Richlands team it whipped by 52 points in December, earning a 59-54 win. Carroll wrapped up the season title, its first since 2006, by improving to 15-2 overall, 7-0 in the district. The two teams were even for three-fourths of the game, with a big third quarter the difference for the Cavaliers.

  • Lindsey leads Tide sweep of Graham

     Sydney Lindsey picked up the slack left by the absence of Galax’s leading scored and led the Maroon Tide to a 43-38 win over Graham in a Mountain Empire District girls’ game Friday.

    The Maroon Tide was playing without Bailey Shumate, who was injured in practice a day after topping 1,000 points for her career. Lindsey, a freshman, responded with 17 points in her first varsity start.

    Galax trailed 22-21 at halftime but held the G-girls to 14 points in the second half.

     

  • Grayson girls hold off Fort Chiswell by 5

    MAX MEADOWS –– Grayson County got one to grow on.

    The freshman-heavy Blue Devils overcame the combination of a hostile environment, a little adversity and an overachieving opponent Friday, holding on to a 59-54 MED triumph over Fort Chiswell for one of those wins that should pay off some day down the road.

  • Carroll sweeps SWD quad from Bulldogs

     TAZEWELL –– Carroll County jumped out to an 8-0 lead and stayed perfect in Southwest District girls’ play with a 45-33 win Tuesday over Tazewell.

    The Cavaliers (14-4 overall, 6-0 SWD) led by 15 points early in the third quarter before the Bulldogs (7-8, 1-4) closed to within seven in the fourth period.

    Crysta Guynn hit three 3-pointetrs and scored 14 points to lead Carroll County. Autumn Hash led Tazewell with 11 points.

     

    Carroll County......16  9  10  10––45

  • Devils rally past G-Men; Cavs earn sweep

     INDEPENDENCE –– Grayson County rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit and nipped Graham 72-69 in a Mountain Empire District boys’ game Friday.

    The Blue Devils (9-7 overall, 3-2 district) were down 39-25 before dominating the second half, outscoring the G-Men 23-13 in the fourth quarter to take the win. Ty Cannaday and Max Rodgers combined for 55 points, Cannaday pouring in 28 and Rodgers adding 27 points and 11 rebounds.

    Cory Coppola lad Graham with 24 points.

     

  • Maroon Tide boys all over Narrows from the start

    Galax basketball coach Verl Brown may be doing all he can to get the football out of his team, but he couldn’t stop his boys from opening up a three-touchdown lead.

    The Maroon Tide scored the game’s first 21 points and went on to hammer Narrows 72-37 in a Mountain Empire District game Friday. The win upped Galax’s record to 11-0, 5-0 in the league, while Narrows dropped to 6-9, 0-5.

  • McKinney scores 22 as Galax downs Bland County

     BLAND –– Galax doubled up Bland County in the first half and coasted to a 69-47 win in a Mountain Empire District boys’ basketball game Tuesday.

    Devonte McKinney scored a game-high 22 points and Austin Pack added 16 for Galax (9-0 overall, 4-0 district), which led 40-20 at halftime. 

    Lawrence Parsons scored 13 points for Galax.

    Bland County (9-6, 1-3) was led by Asher Dillow with 21 points.

     

    Galax...................21  19  11  18––69

  • Carroll girls pull away late

    HILLSVILLE –– Holding a slim three-point lead over Marion late in the third quarter, Carroll County closed the game on a 16-0 run and claimed a 51-32 win over the Scarlet Hurricane in a Southwest District girls’ game Tuesday.

  • Maroon Tide protects top spot

    Grayson County has made great strides in its girls’ basketball program from a year ago. Galax remains a step or two ahead.

    The Maroon Tide jumped out to a 10-point lead in the first quarter and never faltered the rest of the night, taking sole possession of the Mountain Empire District’s top spot with a 60-39 win Friday.

    Galax improved its overall record to 10-3 while staying undefeated in the MED with a 3-0 mark. Grayson County dropped to 2-1 in the league, 5-7 overall.