October 25, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Senior Night a big success for Chargers

HOT SPRINGS — The Charger volleyball team swept past Parry McCluer in three straight sets on Senior Night Tuesday night. More...

Bath runners compete at Craig

NEW CASTLE — The Bath County cross country team ran its last meet of the regular season last Wednesday at Craig County. More...

In brief ...

Highland County Recreation Commission

• The commission approved a contractwith Main Street Solar for solar heat forthe pool pending review by the countyattorney. More...

Pigskin Report

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – John Phillips and the Dallas Cowboys earned a hard-fought 19-14 road win over Carolina in NFL action Sunday. The former Bath County and University of Virginia standout played offense and special teams in the contest. More...

Photo

Clay Hicks, 10, of Blue Grass bagged his first buck, a four-pointer, on youth day, Saturday, Sept. 29 while hunting with his uncle, Dougie Bussard, in Hightown. More...

Rams take 2nd in meet

NEW CASTLE — Highland took second place in a cross country meet involving Pioneer District schools at Craig County last Wednesday. James River took the top spot in the boys’ race. Covington was third and Craig was fourth. More...

Football playoff update

HOT SPRINGS — Bath County is in the hunt for one of the final playoff spots in the Group A, Division 1 Eastern Section with two regular season games remaining. More...

James River tops Highland

MONTEREY — James River took two matches from Highland last Thursday as the Knights came to town for a dual match. The Knights took the first match 2-0, winning 25-7, 25-13. More...

Chargers take Cougars

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County volleyball team defeated Covington in straight sets last Thursday to improve to 7-1 in the Pioneer District. Both teams came out swinging in the opening set. More...

Sports schedule

BathThursday, Oct. 25JV football @ James River, 6:30 p.m.Volleyball @ Craig Co., 6 p.m.Friday, Oct. 26 More...

On Campus

Five former Bath County High School athletes are playing college athletics this fall. In Ashland, Hillary Jessee and the Randolph-Macon women’s volleyball team had a 3-0 week. Jessee is a junior middle/ outside hitter for the Yellow Jackets. More...

Bath JVs fall to Covington

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County JV volleyball team fell to Covington 2-0 last Thursday, 25-18, 25-14. More...

NSDAR plans 35th anniversary celebration

STUANTON — The Sarah Murray Lewis Chapter NSDAR met Saturday, Oct. 13, at the home of Rebecca Sherwood in Staunton. More...


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