May 2, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

James River dominates soccer

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County girls’ soccer team faced James River for the first time this season last Friday. The Knights dominated the game, defeating the Chargers 14-0. More...

Bison take softball win over Bath

BUFFALO GAP — The Bath County softball team fell to Buffalo Gap 17-3 last Wednesday. Allyson Cutlip, Jessie O’Conner and Mikayla Colaw each scored for the Chargers in the third inning. The Chargers had a total of six hits. More...

River bests Chargers in hard-fought soccer game

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County boys’ soccer team took its first district loss this season last Friday when they lost a hardfought contest to James River 3-0. More...

Tennis team beats Greenbrier East

LEWISBURG, W. Va. — The Bath County tennis team took a 6-3 win over Greenbrier East last Friday. More...

On Campus

It was a tough weekend in New York for Jailyn Ford and the James Madison University softball team as the Dukes took on defending league champion Hofstra. More...

Gap doubles up Chargers

BUFFALO GAP — The Bath County baseball team fell to Buffalo Gap last Wednesday, losing 10-5. More...

Second half goal sends Bath to defeat

BUENA VISTA — A second half goal gave Parry McCluer a 1-0 girls’ soccer victory over Bath County last Wednesday. After a scoreless first half, the Blues scored the game’s only goal 10 minutes into the second half. More...

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Bath County’s Zach Potter (8) and Highland’s Ian Adams (13) slide through water on Highland’s field Monday afternoon. More...

River too much for Bath

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County softball team found the going tough against James River last Thursday in a 15-0 loss. Following a scoreless first inning, the Knights blew the game open with seven runs in the second. More...

Bath netters fall to Alleghany

LOW MOOR — The Bath County tennis team dropped a tough 5-4 match to Alleghany last Thursday. The overall match was tied 3-3 after the singles matches, with Katelyn Rice, Ali McLaurin and Jenny Quantz getting wins for the Chargers. More...

Tennis defeats Petersburg

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County tennis team added another notch in the win column for the season following a 7-2 win over Petersburg, W.Va. Tuesday afternoon. More...

Woodzell, Hevener place for Chargers’ track team

GREENVILLE — Christian Woodzell, Dakota Matheny, Ben Wolfe and Daniel Hevener represented the Bath County track team at the Augusta County Invitational Friday at Riverheads High School, where Bath finished 13th with three points. More...

Wildcats take diamond win

FRANKLIN, W.Va. — The Bath County baseball team lost to Pendleton on Monday, falling 8-4. More...

Chargers, Blues battle to scoreless game tie

BUENA VISTA — The Bath County boys’ soccer team faced off with Parry McCluer for the second time this season last Saturday. The Blues were out for revenge after an earlier 3-0 loss to Bath. More...

Snead back into the swing

SAVANNAH, Ga. - Hot Springs golfer J.C. Snead was back in action at the Liberty Mutual Legends Tournament last week on the Champions Tour. More...

Squad seeks land for new building

MONTEREY — Tuesday, Highland supervisors heard an urgent request for land by leaders of the volunteer rescue squad. More...


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