August 27, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

BCHS field meeting planned

HOT SPRINGS — A meeting on how to deal with athletic field needs at Bath County High School will be held Monday night at 6 p.m. in the BCHS auditorium. More...

Bath falls in season opener

GREENVILLE — The Bath County volleyball team opened its season on the road Tuesday evening at Riverheads and fell in straight sets to the Gladiators 25-7, 25-14, 25-11. More...

Sophomore finishes 4th against top junior golfers

PINEHURST — Jefferson Forest sophomore Isaac Simmons, 15, played in the U.S. Kids “Teen World” event in Pinehurst at the end of July. He is the grandson of David and Betty Kiser of Blue Grass. More...

Burns, Woodzell lead Chargers to victory

HOT SPRINGS — Shooting par over the final five holes of the Omni Homestead Old Course last Thursday, Noah Burns medaled for Bath County in a match with the Covington Cougars. More...

Chargers finish second in opening district match

TROUTVILLE — The Bath County golf team played its first district golf match of the season Tuesday, Aug. 18 at the Botetourt Country Club, facing Pioneer District rivals Covington, Craig County, James River and Parry McCluer. More...

On Campus

Two former Bath County High School athletes are set to begin the fall sports season at two Virginia colleges this week. More...

Pigskin Report

GLENDALE, Ariz. — John Phillips and the San Diego Chargers edged Arizona 22-19 in preseason NFL action last week. The Bath County native and Chargers tight end played offense and special teams with one catch for four yards in the contest. More...

Rams drop season opener

MONTEREY — Highland varsity volleyball took a tough four set loss to Grace Christian on Thursday night. More...


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