May 9, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Chargers outlasted

HOT SPRINGS — Covington scored four runs in the top of the ninth to take a 7-3, extra-inning win over Bath County last Friday.  The contest was close throughout, and after five innings the game was tied, 3-3.  More...

Rams run at James River

BUCHANAN — Coming off a great showing at the first Pioneer District track meet at Parry McCluer, Highland continued to impress at the James River meet.  More...

Highland Mixed League

April 24  Gordzilla (60-44) — Mary Rexrode, Polly Newlon, Terry Gordon  Pin Bangers (56-48) — Thelma Chestnut, Greg Colaw, Tony Crane  Chestnut Crackers (54.5-49.5) — Austin Shepherd, Janet Marshall, Lowell Chestnut&n More...

Lake Run Car Show set at Douthat

MILLBORO — Douthat State Park is partnering with the Douthat S.P.E.Ed. group for the 15th year to host the annual Lake Run Car Show Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19.  More...

Sports schedule

Bath Thursday, May 9 Baseball vs. Parry McCluer, 5:30 p.m. Boys’ soccer vs. Parry McCluer, 7 p.m. Girls’ soccer vs. Parry McCluer, 5:30 p.m. More...

Bath girls make their hits count

HOT SPRINGS — A few well-timed hits can make all the difference, and the Bath County softball team proved that on Friday against Covington.  Bath had only six hits, but made them count in a 9-4 victory.  The Chargers led 3-0 going int More...

Redington, Woodzell lead Chargers’ track showing

BUCHANAN — Christian Woodzell finished fourth in the shot put and West Redington racked up 18 points to highlight the Bath County effort at a track meet at James River last Wednesday.  James River and Parry McCluer dominated the event, but More...

On Campus

Jailyn Ford and the James Madison University softball team finished strong on the final weekend of the regular season with a three-game sweep over Georgia State, and Ford was named the Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year.  More...

River wins over Highland booters

BUCHANAN — James River took control early and cruised to an easy 7-1 Pioneer District soccer win against Highland last Thursday.  The Rams’ lone goal came from Jakkris Saolon while Highland goalkeeper Justin Sprouse recorded 18 saves More...


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