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High School

  • Hilltoppers roll over Cavaliers 89-39 in Conference 24

    LYNCHBURG –– E.C. Glass took a 15-point lead into the half and zoomed away after intermission, rolling past Carroll County 89-39 in the Conference 24 boys’ quarterfinals Friday night.

    The top-seeded Hilltoppers more than doubled their first-half scoring output with a 31-point third quarter and never let up, scoring 58 second-half points to end the Cavaliers’ season at 6-16.

    Tai-he Jeter led E.C. Glass (21-2) with 25 points, Tjuan Jones scored 17 and Malik Knox added 16 points.

  • Cavs hammer Salem by 32

    HILLSVILLE – It might have been frigid on the outside but the action on the inside of the Carroll County gym last Friday night was red hot as the Cavaliers overwhelmed Salem, 57-25, in the opening game of the Conference 24 girls’ basketball tournament.

    Keely Lundy set the stage early for the #3 seeded Cavaliers as she drilled a 3-pointer to open the game. Rylee Haynes followed Lundy with a pair of 3’s and the Cavaliers led 9-0 before Salem could score a point.

  • Galax powers past Bland County behind Conley’s 31

     BLAND –– Galax overcame an early four-point deficit with an overpowering second quarter and rolled over Bland County 72-51 in a Mountain Empire District boys’ game Tuesday night.

    Trailing 16-12 after eight minutes, the Maroon Tide opened the second period with a 21-1 run and scored 31 points in the quarter to take a 43-25 lead into halftime.

  • Grayson denied first MED win

    INDEPENDENCE –– Grayson County erased nine points from a 10-point second-half deficit but couldn’t get completely over the hump Tuesday, dropping a 57-55 decision to Narrows in a Mountain Empire District boys’ game.

  • Hidden Valley takes round 1

    HILLSVILLE –– Carroll County had to wait three weeks for a chance to avenge its first River Ridge District loss. The turnaround will be considerably shorter after its most recent league setback.

  • Carroll boys break through; Tide, Devil girls take MED wins

     ROANOKE –– Carroll County stormed out of a seven-point hole with a dominating third quarter and earned its first River Ridge District win of the season, knocking off Hidden Valley 59-53 Wednesday.

  • Maroon Tide wrestlers advance

    Galax placed a strong second in the team standings, advanced seven wrestlers to the championship finals and came away with three individual championships Thursday at the 1A West sub-regional wrestling tournament at Galax High School.

    Defending Group 1A state champion Rural Retreat had wrestlers in 11 of the 14 championship bouts, won eight individual titles and picked up the team title with 241.5 points to Galax’s 200. George Wythe (148), Radford (88), Fort Chiswell (68) and Covington (53) rounded out the field.

  • Maroon Tide advances out of conference

    BRISTOL –– Galax advanced both its boys’ and girls’ swim teams to the regionals after a strong showing Tuesday at a combined conference meet at Virginia High.

    The Maroon Tide, in its first year of competition, placed fourth in the combined team scoring with 219 points, just behind George Wythe’s 222.

  • Conley goes off, Lindsey hits a grand in Galax sweep

     NARROWS –– Clif Conley pumped in 30 points by halftime as Galax handled Narrows 66-34 in a Mountain Empire District boys’ game Friday night.

    Conley poured in eight 3-pointers in his huge first half and finished with 32 as Galax improved to 13-6, 8-0 by taking a 31-10 first-quarter lead.

    Dominic DiGiacomo scored 15 for Galax while no Narrows player reached double figures.

     

    Galax...........31  18  9    8––66

  • Cavaliers split with Titans

    HILLSVILLE – Evidently Hidden Valley came to Hillsville looking for revenge last Friday night after the Cavaliers beat the Titans on Wednesday night for their first River Ridge District victory of the season.

    After playing the Titans tough in the first half, the Cavaliers had trouble scoring in the second half and lost 60-45 to the visitors.

    The game was close throughout the first period with the Cavaliers taking an early five point lead at 7-2 after a 3-pointer by Winston Giles.