October 23, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Ram CC times improving

COVINGTON— The Highland cross country team made the trip to Covington last Wednesday for a meet against Pioneer District schools, and the Rams saw their times improve. More...

Runners face district teams

COVINGTON — The Bath County cross country team faced the other Pioneer District teams last Wednesday in their final meet before the district tournament. Leading the Charger boys was Ryan Lindsay, who finished 10th with a time of 20:01. More...

Pigskin Report

SAN DIEGO — John Phillips scored his first touchdown as a San Diego Charger in the team’s 26-23 loss to Kansas City Sunday. Phillips had a 1-yard reception for the Chargers’ first touchdown in the game. More...

Sports schedule

BathThursday, Oct. 23Varsity & JV volleyball @ Parry McCluer,6 p.m.Friday, Oct. 24Football @ Craig, 7 p.m. More...

Chargers win JV battle over Rams

MONTEREY — The Bath County JV volleyball team took a straight-set win over Highland last Thursday, defeating the Rams 25-15, 25-11. “I am proud of the girls, we played well as a team tonight,” Bath coach April Miller said. More...

Photo

Will Thomas, 13, son of Jed and Shelley Thomas of Bolar, killed his first bear on Youth Hunting Day, Sept. 27 on the family farm. The bear weighed 330 pounds. More...

Bath defeats Highland in close match

MONTEREY — Bath County took a tough four-set win over Highland last Tuesday in a Pioneer District volleyball match. The Chargers dominated the opening two sets, winning them 25-15, 25-18 and appeared primed to sweep the Rams. More...

Chargers fall to Knights

HOT SPRINGS — James River defeated Bath County in three straight sets Tuesday night. The Knights rolled to a 25-8 win in the first set. The second set was tied 11-11 before James River pulled ahead 18-12. More...

Wildcats too much for Highland

FRANKLIN, W.Va. — Highland was unable to get much going last Wednesday night, losing to Pendleton in straight sets, 25-19, 25-12, 25-19. “We played well but let too many balls hit the floor by not covering our areas. More...

On Campus

Five former Bath County High School athletes are playing college sports this fall. Katelyn Rice is one of the top players for the Mary Baldwin volleyball team in Staunton. A sophomore outside hitter, Rice had seven kills and 12 digs against N.C. More...

Rockets hand Rams a pair of losses

NEW CASTLE — Craig took two matches from Highland Tuesday night, winning the first end of the dual match 25-13, 25-10 and then taking the nightcap 25-21, 25-11. “The first match we were flat after a long bus ride. More...

JV Rams fall to Craig

NEW CASTLE— Highland’s JV volleyball team lost a close match Tuesday night as Craig took a threeset win. The Rams started the match with a bang, taking the first set 25-18. More...


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