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Today's Sports

  • Devils back on top of MED

    NARROWS -- As the biting wind and the snow flurries whipping around outside the Narrows gym once again made everyone feel like they had fallen asleep and awakened in North Dakota, Grayson County did only what came natural.

  • Fear not, MED, all is well

    You may have been surprised to learn recently about Graham’s plan to exit the Southwest District and join the single-A ranks as a member of the Mountain Empire District, beginning in the fall of 2011. You may have been dismayed, or you may have been happy, especially you Carroll County fans who will no longer have to go to Grundy, which is also dropping to Group A status in ‘11.

  • Cavs close again in 69-62 loss

    HILLSVILLE -- Should it ever field a hand grenade-throwing team or get into competitive horseshoes, Carroll County would be up there with the best of them. The Cavaliers have shown nearly all year that they can come close.

  • Cavs wrap up SWD title

     HILLSVILLE -- Due to traffic congestion on I-77, Grundy arrived 30 minutes late for its Southwest District game at Carroll County. The Cavaliers got it over with early just the same.

  • Galax girls fall to Bland 47-36

     BLAND -- Galax couldn’t overcome a slow start and fell to Bland County 47-36 in a Mountain Empire District girls’ game Saturday.

  • Galax fades after halftime,...

    MAX MEADOWS -- The off-balance, off-the-glass, buzzer-beating 3-pointer by Amber Chrisley seemed like just a lucky shot when it fell.

  • Fort dumps Tide in OT

     MAX MEADOWS -- Galax spent the final five minutes of regulation Monday night laying waste to a 10-point Fort Chiswell lead. The Pioneers spent overtime wasting the Tide’s efforts.

  • GHS to begin interview process

     Any Galax High School football fan hoping to see a wisp of white smoke wafting from the chimney at 223 Long Street any time soon should be patient.

  • Carroll comeback falls short

     HILLSVILLE -- Carroll County trailed Marion by as many as 17 points before reeling in the Scarlet Hurricane with a minute to go, but the comeback lost steam and the Cavaliers were handed a 72-67 defeat in a Southwest District game Thursday.

  • Tide rolls in MED wrestling

    MAX MEADOWS -- Galax crowned 11 individual champions and breezed to the team title Thursday at the Mountain Empire District wrestling tournament at Fort Chiswell High School. Junior Espinoza got the championship ball rolling for the Maroon Tide with a technical fall victory over Fort Chiswell’s Kyle Goad at 103 pounds.