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Today's Sports

  • Houk nominated for national honor

    One of the most memorable volleyball seasons in Galax High School history keeps producing more good memories as Maroon Tide coach Rose Houk has been nominated as the 2009-10 Virginia volleyball coach of the year. As a result, Houk was also nominated for national volleyball coach of the year. Houk is well known throughout the state for her dedication to and love for the sport she has coached for the past 29 years.

  • Three earn all-state mention

     Three Twin County volleyball players earned spots on their respective Virginia High School Coaches Association all-state volleyball teams, which were released late last week.

  • Devils roll to 14-2 with win...

     SALTVILLE -- Grayson County picked up its ninth straight win and improved to 15-2 on the year after blowing past Northwood 85-68 in a nondistrict game Monday.

  • Warriors hold off Tide rally

     A ferocious rally that saw Galax overcome an 18-point deficit in less than four minutes was laid to waste by a two-minute barrage by Oak Hill Red’s R.J. Currington as the Warriors held off the Maroon Tide 77-64 in a nondistrict game Monday night.

  • Tide wrestlers 2nd at Lebanon

    LEBANON -- Galax placed six wrestlers in the championship round and came away with two individual titles, placing second in the team standings at the T.Tom Riner Memorial wrestling tournament this past weekend at Lebanon High School. Tate’s Creek, Ky. was the runaway winner in the team standings with 266.5 points, followed by the Maroon Tide, which held off Chancellor 183.5-176. Marion (150) and J.J.

  • Maroon Tide girls top Grayson

     INDEPENDENCE -- Galax opened the second half on an 11-2 run to get some breathing room and held off Grayson County 53-40 in a Mountain Empire District girls’ game Wednesday evening.

  • There’s a new sheriff...

     Competition has finally trumped tradition at Graham High School.

  • Galax edges Blue Devils

     INDEPENDENCE -- Galax point guard Justin Hash is an 88-percent free throw shooter on the year. Hitting 50 percent with the game on the line was good enough Wednesday night.

  • Bobcats thwart Carroll rally

    RADFORD -- Carroll County trailed for virtually the entire game until forcing overtime with a late rally, but was unable to complete the comeback, falling 54-49 to Radford in a nondistrict game Wednesday. After taking its only lead in regulation by scoring the game’s first two points, Carroll County (10-3) faced its largest deficit of the game, 37-27, with less than six minutes to play before staging a furious rally.

  • Devils add to MED lead

    INDEPENDENCE -- Sometimes it happens early, sometimes it happens late, but it almost always seems to happen.