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Chilhowie glistened offensively and defensively May 27 as the Lady Warriors ran away from Galax for the Lady Warriors’ second straight Mountain West Conference softball title.
The FCHS softball team will play in the opening round of the Western Region tournament Monday at Dan River High School in Ringgold, VA. Game begins at 6 p.m.
The FCHS girls tennis team advances to the quarterfinal round of the Western Region tournament. The Lady Buffs will play at Conference 37 champion Randolph-Henry Monday, June 1 at 4 p.m.
The River Run Conference softball tournament semifinals game have been rescheduled for today, Friday, May 29, 2015.
Ashley Gallimore and Mary Phillips combined to throw a no-hitter as the Floyd County softball team ended the regular season with a 10-0 win over Radford at Floyd Thursday, May 21. Natalie Boothe and Bailey Conner scored in the third and Gallimore had a home run in the fourth for a 3-0 start.
Marion’s girls and boys comfortably repeated their Southern Empire Conference team titles in outdoor track. The Lady Scarlet Hurricanes won by 97 points over runner-up Tazewell in the May 23 meet at Virginia High while the ‘Cane boys finished 82 points ahead of their nearest foe, which also was Tazewell.
MARION- It certainly wasn’t the way the Richlands baseball team or its fans wanted the season to end!
The Buffaloes' softball team defeated Giles 11-0 at home Tuesday, May 12. Amy Whitlow scored in the first and Mary Phillips in the third for a 2-0 start.
The semifinals are set for the River Run Conference softball tournament. Floyd, the regular season champion, is the number one seed.
Laken Sparks smashed two homeruns in the first inning as Tazewell beat Graham 16-2 in the opening round of the Southern Empire Conference Tournament.
Area high school athletes who want to learn more about injury prevention, properly fueling their performance and preparing for athletics at the next level can sign up now for the Total Athlete Program, a new sports education-focused program offered by Mountain States Rehabilitation at Johnston Memorial Hospital during June and July.
Tazewell placed second as a team in both the boys’ and girls’ competition at the Southern Empire Conference Track Meet May 23.
The Lady Buffs tennis team defeated Glenvar 5-3 at Martinsville Tuesday, May 19 in the semifinals of the River Run Conference tennis tournament. Floyd lost the first three singles but Dakota Reed won number four, Alexis Valerga won number five and Selena Beckner won number six to tie the match.
Last school year Northwood ended a 30-game losing streak to Chilhowie in varsity boys’ basketball. In September the Panthers ended a 10-year losing streak to the Warriors in varsity football. The Panther boys put an end to another frustrating losing streak against their main rival on May 19.
The boys team opened with a 5-4 win over Martinsville at Martinsville Monday, May 18. The Buffaloes picked up four wins in singles play: Shawn Boyd at number one, Joseph Gruver at number three, Anthony Bell at number four and Joseph Munzing at number five.
The Buffs defeated Auburn 5-3 in a baseball game at Floyd Friday, May 8. The Eagles went up 1-0 in the second inning and 2-0 in the third, but Alex Conner, Matt Vest, Adam Easter and Jared O’dell scored in the bottom of the inning to give Floyd the lead for good at -1. O’dell added another run in the fifth.
Christiansburg rallied for an 8-3 baseball win at Floyd Wednesday, May 6. Josh Gallimore scored to give Floyd a 1-0 lead in the second and Matt Vest and Adam Easter added runs in the third for a 3-0 lead.
Floyd County High School will host the second River Run Conference track meet Friday, May 22. Field events begin at 4:00.
Northwood picked up its best varsity softball win of the season on Friday, May 15. The Lady Panthers topped visiting Chilhowie 9-8 in nine innings to avenge a March loss.
Rural Retreat 6, Holston 2
Marion 5-5, Patrick Henry 2-6
Virginia High 10, Richlands 0
Richlands 12, Virginia High 2
Virginia High 6, Richlands 0
Cameron Sauls hurled a no-hitter and ripped a two-run homer to lead the Northwood Panthers to a 4-0 win over the Chilhowie Warriors in Hogoheegee District baseball action Tuesday.
George Wythe 8, Patrick Henry 3
Chilhowie scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning with two outs – the big blow coming from a go-ahead, two-run hit off the bat of Haley Caudill – to rally past George Wythe for the win, 5-4, on Monday.
Patrick Henry 7-10, Marion 4-3
HONAKER, Va. – It could be said it was one of those do-or-die situations for Honaker High School’s softball team. Well, Alyssa Dye did her thing.
The FCHS baseball team defeated Eastern Montgomery 12-2 at Floyd Tuesday, May 6. Alex Conner, Jared O’dell and Josh Gallimore scored in the first for a 3-0 start.
Brett Jones made his last home game a memorable one in two ways.
Richlands High School is in the market for a new varsity basketball coach and assistant.
The FCHS boys' soccer team had a 0-0 tie with Giles in an evenly contested match at Pearisburg Monday, May 11.
Triangle Archery Club will host a 3D archery tournament at the Triangle Range Sunday, May 31. The event is open to the public, membership not required.
The varsaity baseball tem dropped a second straight 2-1 road game, falling at Radford by a run to the Bobcats Monday, May 5. Jared Spence drew a lead off walk in the third and was driven in by an Adam Easter double, but the Buffaloes left the bases loaded.
Jordan Stout scored two goals as Honaker fought past Fort Chiswell. Austin Hall also scored for the triumphant Tigers. Honaker took the match 3-1.
Hannah Debarge went 3-for-4 and Madison Booth struck out 10 in the circle to lead Patrick Henry to a Hogoheegee District win.
Senior Hannah Compton had a day to remember as the Chilhowie Warriors cruised to a 10-0 Hogoheegee District softball win over George Wythe on Tuesday.
Tara Williams fanned nine in spinning a two-hitter as the Indians took a 6-2 Hogoheegee District win over the Scarlet Hurricanes.
Patrick Henry exploded for seven runs in the top of the seventh inning to turn a 2-1 deficit into a six-run Hogoheegee District win over the homestanding Rural Retreat Indians.
Town Council received good news at its meeting Thursday. “The plans are done,” said Blaine Keesee.
The FCHS boys’ finished fourth and the girls were fifth at the Three Rivers District Middle School track championships at Giles High School Thursday, May 7. Giles won the girls’ title while Glenvar finished first in the boys’ event.
The Clinch River Crusaders Rugby Club won their Division III matrix Playoffs last weekend and are now heading to regional playoffs in Augusta, Georgia, May 16th and 17th, 2015.
A win over county rival Graham highlighted a busy week on the diamond for Tazewell.
The FCHS track teams get their final tune up for the postseason with the final regular season invitational, the New River Invitational at Radford High School Friday.
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