January 29, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Chargers finding groove

Bath 53, Craig 43 NEW CASTLE — The lady Chargers followed a wellrounded first quarter to a 10-point win for a season sweep over the lady Rockets last Friday night. More...

On Campus

Two former Highland High School basketball stars are playing college basketball this winter while a pair of former Bath County High School football players are preparing for their future. More...

Photo

Stephanie Armstrong, 14, killed this coyote, Saturday, Jan. 17 on the Armstrong farm in Doe Hill. She is the daughter of Larry Armstrong, McDowell, and Michelle Armstrong of Ruther Glenn. Grandparents are Alfred and Shirley Armstrong of Doe Hill. More...

Pioneer District Standings Girls

Thursday, Jan. 22 Parry McCluer 50, Covington 27 James River 50, Highland 39 Friday, Jan. 23 Bath County 53, Craig County 43 Saturday, Jan. 24 Bath County 61, Eastern Montgomery 19 Highland d. Harmon, W.Va. More...

Two weeks sports schedule

Bath Thursday, January 29 Girls' basketball vs. James River, 6 p.m. Friday, January 30 Boys' basketball @ James River, 6 p.m. Monday, February 2 Boys' basketball vs. Covington, 6 p.m. More...

Chargers play three games in four days

Bath 72, Craig 39 WARM SPRINGS More...

Highland swept by River

BUCHANAN — The James River Knights held the Highland Rams to six points in the first quarter while lighting the board for 31 and went on to an easy 79-22 win Friday night. More...

Pioneer District Standings Boys

Wednesday, Jan. 21 Parry McCluer 71, Craig County 25 James River 84, Covington 47 Friday, Jan. 23 Bath County 72, Craig County 39 Parry McCluer 60, Covington 44 James River 79, Highland 22 Saturday, Jan. More...

Lady Rams beat Harmon nipped by Knights

James River 50, Highland 39 MONTEREY — The James River Knights jumped out to a 22-2 lead in the early going and cruised to an 11-point win over the Highland Lady Rams last Thursday night. More...


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