January 22, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

Girls comes up short at Covington

COVINGTON — Covington bolted to a 17-point lead after one quarter Tuesday night and went on to defeat Highland 77-36. More...

Knights too much for Bath

BUCHANAN — James River jumped out to a 17-1 lead after the first quarter last Thursday on the way to a 63-21 girls’ basketball win over Bath County. The Chargers were unable to close the gap the rest of the way. More...

Turnovers cost Bath

HOT SPRINGS — Parry McCluer took an early lead and never looked back Monday, defeating Bath County 76-33 in girls’ basketball action. The Blues’ defense forced several Bath turnovers early on. More...

Sports Schedule

BathThursday, Jan. 22Boys’ varsity & JV basketball @ Covington,6 p.m. More...

Photo

Avery Smith (center, kneeling behind bear) of Highland County killed this 200-pound black bear, his first, while hunting with friends. He is the son of Tracy and Melanie Smith. More...

2nd half surge gives Craig win

HOT SPRINGS — Bath County trailed Craig by only three at halftime last Friday night, but the Rockets used a decisive third quarter to take control and defeat the Chargers 64-49 in a Pioneer District girls’ basketball game. More...

Covington takes district win

COVINGTON — Covington hit 10 three-pointers Tuesday night on the way to an 84-28 Pioneer District boys’ basketball win over Highland. More...

Chargers come from behind for first win

HOT SPRINGS — It takes a lot of heart to shrug off a 14-point deficit and come back to win the game, and that’s exactly what the Bath County boys’ basketball team did Tuesday night against Craig. More...

Chargers fight hard

BUENA VISTA — The Bath County boys’ basketball team was on the road Saturday at Parry McCluer and came up on the short end of a 63-51 score. More...

HMS girls win over Harman

HARMAN, W.Va. — The Highland Middle School basketball teams traveled to Harman this past Thursday night, with the girls winning and the boys losing. More...

Pigskin Report

SAN DIEGO — The NFL season came to an end for John Phillips and the San Diego Chargers as they finished with a 9-7 record but didn’t make the playoffs. The former Bath County standout tight end played in all 16 games. More...


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