September 25, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Charger golf warm heading to finals

Bath at James River BOTETOURT COUNTRY CLUB— The James River Knights defeated the Bath County Chargers in Heads-up play last Thursday. Results were unavailable at press time. More...

Two weeks sports schedule

Bath Thursday, September 25 Volleyball @ Parry McCluer, 6 p.m. Friday, September 26 Football — open date. Monday, September 29 Golf district finals @ Cliffview, 10:30 a.Tuesday, September 30 Volleyball vs. Craig, 6 p.m. More...

Warrior comeback captures Rams

DUNMORE, W.Va.— Following the trend of their previous pre-district action the Highland Rams took the Pocahontas Warriors to the ropes but lost the tiebreaking set in both games of a double header, 15-25, 29-27,16-14, and 19-25, 25-15, 15-10, More...

On Campus

Four former Bath County High School athletes are playing college football on three campuses across Virginia. In Williamsburg, Jake Phillips, Cory Jessee and William & Mary rolled past Norfolk State 42-12 in a non-conference game last week. More...

HIGHLAND MIXED LEAGUE

Summer League • Sept. 10

Old & Feeble — (47-25): Philip Munchel, Austin Shepherd, John Lohr. Crazy Strikers — (46-26): Penny Wooddell, Janet Marshall, David Johnston. High Hopes — (44-28): Goog Colaw, Brenda Pullin/Judy Waybright, Linda Johnston. More...

Punt-pass-kick contest Friday at BCHS

The Bath County High School Athletic Booster Club will hold a NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick contest for area boys and girls ages 8-15 this Friday afternoon beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Carl F. Williams Field. More...

Chargers roll Rams to open district

MONTEREY — The Bath County lady Charger volleyball squad travelled up the road to Monterey to take on the Rams and left with their most lopsided victory of the season, 25-5, 25-14, and 25-8, Tuesday night. More...

Rams beat pack at Parry McCluer

BUENA VISTA — Highland's Shane Wiseman finished first overall followed in second by Ram Josh Whitaker and teammate Hayley Billingsley finished second in the girls' run to lead the Rams to a sweep in a four-team district meet last Wednesday, S More...

Highland golf prepares for districts Monday

Highland and Covington at James River BOTETOURT COUNTRY CLUB — Host team James River took all the top four places on the card and dominated visiting Covington and Highland in golf action Thursday, Sept. 11. More...

Lady Chargers blow past Bison

SWOOPE — Having lost only one set (against Alleghany in August) this year the Bath County Chargers kept up the heat and defeated the Bison of Buffalo Gap 25-18, 25-13, and 25-8 in non-district action last Thursday evening. More...

Commission member walks out on meeting

MONTEREY — The search for a new recreation director is over for the Highland County Recreation Commission. More...

JV Chargers lose opener

LOW MOOR — JV Charger quarterback Raymond Miller scored on a keeper and Xavier Smothers caught the two-point conversion to pull the Chargers within six-points of the homestanding Mounties 14-8, but Alleghany owned the rest of the game and too More...


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