December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Tournament heartbreaking for Bath County Chargers

RINER — Bath County took two tough losses in a basketball tournament at Auburn High School last weekend. Last Friday, the Chargers fell to host Auburn 32-30, and Saturday Bath lost 45-43 to Eastern Montgomery. More...

Middle school faces Grace Christian and Marlinton

STANUTON and MONTEREY — Highland Middle School faced off against Grace Christian and Marlinton over the past week, with the girls splitting two games and the boys dropping both contests. More...

Warriors race past Chargers

DUNMORE, W.Va. — Bath County traveled across the mountains Monday night to take on the Warriors from Pocahontas in a non-district girls’ basketball game. More...

Photo

Tim Wimer, of Blue Grass, killed this 155-pound black bear with a .270 on Saturday, Dec. 13 in Highland County while hunting with Trish Bussard. (Photo courtesy Trish Bussard) More...

Sports Schedule

BathThursday, Dec. 18Girls’ varsity & JV basketball @Riverheads, 5:30 p.m. More...

Chargers fall short to GC

HOT SPRINGS — Bath County hosted Grace Christian last Thursday night for its second home game of the season. The Chargers put forth a solid effort, but came up short 53-42. More...

Rams defeat Grace Christian

STAUNTON — Clutch free throw shooting in the fourth quarter helped propel the Highland girls’ basketball team to its first win of the season last Friday, 60-57 over Grace Christian. More...

Gladiators too much for BCHS

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County boys’ basketball team was back in action Tuesday night, hosting the Gladiators of Riverheads High School. Riverheads took the lead from the start and the Chargers could never recover in a 54-35 loss. More...

Warriors ease past Rams

STAUNTON — The Grace Christian Warriors held Highland scoreless in the first and third quarters last Friday night and went on to defeat the Rams 62-10. Highland managed only two points in the second half and fell to 0-3. More...

Pigskin Report

SAN DIEGO — John Phillips and the San Diego Chargers suffered a 22-10 loss to Denver in NFL action last week. The former Bath County standout played offense and special teams in the contest. More...

HHS girls win over Harman

HARMAN, W.Va. — Behind a careerhigh 38 points from Chelsey Isles, Highland defeated Harman 53-39 Tuesday night to even their season record at 2-2. The Rams took a 15-4 lead after one quarter and led 32-19 at the halftime break. More...


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