April 23, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

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Hayden Alexis Byrd Keyser took her first turkey, a gobbler with a 10- inch beard, during Youth-Apprentice Turkey Hunt Day April 4. More...

Sports schedule

BathFriday, April 24Baseball @ James River, 5:30 p.m.Softball @ James River, 5:30 p.m.JV softball v. James River, 5:30 p.m. More...

Highland track team off to a good start

BUENA VISTA — The Highland track team competed in its first meet of the season last Wednesday at Parry McCluer, and the Rams turned in a strong performance. More...

Tennis season ends early

LEWISBURG, W.Va. — The Bath County girls’ tennis team traveled to Greenbrier East last Thursday and lost 7-2 in what will be the team’s last match of the season. Jenny Quantz at No. 1 singles and Emily Arrington at No. More...

Bath drops district opener

COVINGTON — Covington broke open a tie game with three runs in the fourth inning and went on to defeat Bath County 7-3 Friday in a Pioneer District baseball matchup. More...

Warriors surge past Chargers

STAUNTON — The Bath County girls’ soccer team travelled to Grace Christian last Thursday for a second match against the Warriors and were defeated 6-0. The Warriors held a 1-0 lead at halftime. More...

Big inning sends CHS past Bath

COVINGTON — A five-run third inning was the key for Covington Friday as the Cougars took a 7-3 win over Bath County in the Pioneer District softball opener for both teams. More...

On Campus

HARRISONBURG — It was perhaps the biggest week of former Bath County standout Jailyn Ford’s college career thus far with the James Madison University softball team. More...

JR too much for Rams

BUCHANAN — James River used seven first-half goals to put the game away early and went on to defeat Highland 8-0 in a Pioneer District soccer match Tuesday night. “James River is a solid team and they showed great sportsmanship tonight. More...


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