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Comets improve, but need to get better

There was little doubt in Halifax County High School’s scrimmages against Northeast Guilford (N.C.) High School and Western Branch High School in Friday’s GW Football Jamboree in Danville that the Comets had improved in the week since the team’s first scrimmage in Lynchburg.

HCHS jayvees continue to improve

The Halifax County High School junior varsity football team faced a tough test against Northeast Guilford (N.C.) and GW in the annual GW Football Jamboree Friday in Danville.

PASS Super Late Models to roll into SBS Saturday

South Boston Speedway’s next racing action is scheduled for Saturday and will feature four action packed events.

HCHS To Face Three Teams In Friday’s GW Jamboree

Today will mark another big test for the Halifax County High School football team.

Clay achieves trifecta with win

Jimmy Clay’s title run in Halifax County club championships continued Sunday with a win at the Green’s Folly Club Championship.

Collier captures ladies championship

Linda Collier has played a lot of golf at Green’s Folly Golf Course over the years and has served as co-captain for the Green’s Folly Ladies County Cup team.

Comets lackluster in opening scrimmage

New Halifax County High School head varsity football coach Dave Wojtecki had some promising reports on his team as the Comets worked through pre-season drills this past week.

Hayes runs away to win

Josh Hayes didn’t take his third-place finish in Saturday’s AMA Pro National Guard American SuperBike race here at VIRginia International Raceway very well.

Tommy Hayden looks to close the gap at VIR

Tommy Hayden understands that time is beginning to run out in his attempt to chase down Josh Hayes for the AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike championship.

Ninth-grade football team dropped

It was a move Halifax County High School head varsity football coach Dave Wojtecki was hoping to avoid.

Clay cruises to championship

Jimmy Clay said he didn’t play particularly well Sunday in the second round of the Halifax Country Club championships.