May 21, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Highland track competes at district finals

The HHS track and field team for 2009 is (l-r) front; Joseph Wagner, Laurel Blagg, James Folks, and Cheyanne Wiseman; second row: Chance Pfeiffer, Emily Wagner, Zack Barker, and Shane Wiseman; third row: Molly Mobley, Naomi Barker, Nicole Newcomb, Ha More...

Rockets end Rams' season

NEW CASTLE — Craig County pitcher Nicole Craft struck out eight Rams and the Rockets blasted Highland, 18-0, in the first-round of the Pioneer District Tournament Monday. Lori Beverage slapped Highland's only hit. More...

BCHS/HHS two weeks sports schedule

Highland/Bath Thursday, May 21 Pioneer District Championship BCHS Girls' Soccer @ Alleghany vs. James River, 5:30 p.m. Pioneer District Tournament Semis BCHS Bath Baseball @ James River vs. Covington, 7 p.m. More...

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Charger catcher Derek Brinkley slides safely into second for a double under the tag of Highland's Travis Hiner as Ram Sam Ellington backs the play up. Bath won the first-round district tournament game to end Highland's winless season. More...

Bartley wins inaugural A-H triathlon

CLIFTON FORGE— Jeremy Bartley recorded the fastest times in the running, kayak, and biking events and went on to finish first overall in the first running of the Alleghany Highlands Triathlon Saturday morning. More...

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The Millboro Fireflies rookie league basketball team for 2009 is (l-r) front: Logan Woodward, Madison Grubbs, and Ethan Nicely; middle: Maddy Jones, Joley McLain, and Damon Madison; back: coach Danny Madison. (Photo courtesy Sharon Madison) More...

Chargers earn playoff for district title

WARM SPRINGS — The Bath County Chargers earned a playoff with James River for the Pioneer title with a 7-3 victory over the Knights last Wednesday night, May 13. More...

Bath doubles team beats Blues

The Bath County girls' tennis No. More...

Bath booters runners-up to River

WARM SPRINGS — Stellar defensive play by the James River goalie shutout the Bath offense and the Knights defeated the Chargers 4-0 last Wednesday, May 13. More...

Cougars keep second, Bath bumps Rams

Covington 8, Bath 6 WARM SPRINGS — The Covington Cougars tagged Bath starter Tyler Bradley for seven runs in the first inning and the Cougars held off the Chargers to take second place in the Pioneer and a first-round district tournament by More...

Phillips update

Last weekend, both Jake and John Phillips headed to NFL training camps in efforts to continue their football careers. John, a sixth-round draft pick by the Dallas Cowboys, returned to Texas Saturday for another mini-camp. More...

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The Highland Middle School baseball team (right) spent an afternoon working on the high school baseball field in preparation the for the first game of the season at home. More...

HRC ready to jump in pool

MONTEREY — The Highland Recreation Commission visited the new pool site at its monthly meeting Monday, and saw the finishing stages of the project. More...


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