October 20, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Rams drop 3 matches

MONTEREY – The Highland volleyball team took three losses in Pioneer District play last week, falling to Covington last Thursday and dropping a doubleheader to Craig Saturday. More...

Chargers earn victory over Craig

HOT SPRINGS — The Charger volleyball team defeated the Craig County Rockets 3-0 last Thursday night. Bath won the first two sets, each by 25-17, and the third 25-20 despite an early lead in the third by Craig. More...

Sports schedule

BathThursday, Oct. 20JV football @ Craig, 6:30 p.m.Volleyball @ Covington, 6 p.m.Friday, Oct. 21Football vs. More...

Pigskin report

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – John Phillips and the Dallas Cowboys suffered a heartbreaking loss to New England, 20-16, in NFL play last week. More...

HIGHLAND MIXED LEAGUE

Winter League 2011 • October 5 and 12, 2011

Banana Splitz (4-0) — Polly Newlon, Robin Warner, Jimmy Waybright.Pin Downers (4-0) — Gene Meyer, Mike Klugh, Rebecca Klugh.Lame Brains (3-1) — Gaye Herold, Sharon Harper, Mark Waybright.Pin Busters (3-1) — Judy Gordon, Goog C More...

Rams’ cross country places 3rd at James River

BUCHANAN – The Highland cross country team traveled to James River to face the host school, Parry McCluer and Craig County Oct. 12 in a Pioneer District meet. More...

Chargers celebrate Senior Night with win

HOT SPRINGS — The Charger volleyball team celebrated Senior Night with a 3-1 victory over James River. Three times the Knights pulled ahead, and three times the Chargers fought back to win. More...

Bath JVs split two

HOT SPRINGS — Bath County’s JV volleyball team has added one win and one loss to its record. Thursday, the Chargers defeated Craig County, 2-1. More...

Power points update

HOT SPRINGS — Friday night’s win over Parry McCluer has put the Bath County Chargers back into the Group A, Division 1, Eastern Section playoff picture. More...

Photo

Forrest Waldeck shot this 10-point buck on Youth Hunting Day in September. He was hunting with his father, Lee Waldeck, in Millboro. (Photo courtesy Shannan Waldeck) More...

On Campus

Five former Bath County High School athletes are playing college sports this fall. More...


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