January 19, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Correction

In the Jan. 12 edition of The Recorder, the information concerning Highland Middle School boysí basketball was incorrect. It was reported the team played Harman, but they actually played Green Bank. More...

Highland girls fall to VSDB

MONTEREY— Monday night, the Highland girls’ basketball team hosted the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind Cardinals in a non-district game. The Rams were unable to get that elusive first win, dropping a 42-27 decision. More...

Blues too much for Chargers

BUENA VISTA — Bath County played a strong second half, but couldn’t recover from a 22-point halftime deficit and lost to Parry McCluer 51-36 Friday night. More...

Turnover bug bites Highland

MONTEREY— After losing to Parry McCluer to open Pioneer District play, the Highland boys’ basketball team hoped for a different result against Covington last Wednesday night. More...

BCHS JV girls record first win

HOT SPRINGS — After a hard-fought battle, the Charger JV girls emerged victorious Tuesday night over the Craig County Rockets, 31-30. The Chargers took an early lead, but the Rockets pulled to within one by the end of the first period. More...

Bath JV boys fall to James River

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath JV boys took a 50-29 loss to James River last Wednesday night. The Knights took an early lead, scoring 17 points in the first quarter while allowing the Chargers only eight. More...

Covington wins middle school game

MONTEREY — Covington rolled to an easy win over Highland in middle school action last Wednesday night, defeating the Rams 78–12. Avery Smith and Cesar Ruiz had four points, Cameron Simmons three and Ryan Skelton one. More...

Highland rolls past VSDB

MONTEREY—The Highland boys’ basketball team was looking to get back on track Monday night against Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind after two straight losses. Get back on track they did, posting a 40-6 win. More...

On campus ....

LOS ANGELES — Former Bath County High School football standout Tommy Shaver gets another opportunity to show his skills in his quest to get a chance to play professional football. More...

River hands Chargers tough 78-43 loss

HOT SPRINGS — A hot start by James River put Bath County in a hole last Wednesday night, and the Chargers could never dig out in a 78-43 loss to the Knights. More...

Chargers get first district win

HOT SPRINGS — The third time was the charm for the Bath girls’ basketball team, at least where district games are concerned. The Chargers defeated Parry McCluer 59-41 last Thursday night for their first Pioneer win in three tries. More...

Sports schedule

BathFriday. Jan. 20: Boys’ and girls’ basketballvs. Highland, 6 p.m.Tuesday, Jan. More...

River runs away from Rams

MONTEREY— The Knights from James River came out hitting on all cylinders Tuesday night and defeated Highland 64-28. More...

JV Chargers no match for Blues

HOT SPRINGS — The Charger JV girls fell to the Parry McCluer Blues last Thursday night, losing 40-17. The Blues’ defense proved unbeatable in the first quarter. Parry McCluer pitched a shutout to take a 12-0 lead after one. More...

HHS girls defeated by River

MONTEREY — James River took control early and rolled to a 70-28 win over Highland Tuesday night. The Knights put up 39 points in the first half while holding the Rams to just 12 to put the game away early. More...

HIGHLAND MIXED LEAGUE

Winter League 2011 • Jan. 11, 2012

Great Balls of Fire (34-18) — Sue Dudley, J.R. More...


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