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American Angels Win, National Loses

Halifax American rallied with five runs in the final inning for a 6-3 win over Brookneal Saturday in the Dixie Softball District 7 Tournament at the Mary Bethune Complex.

American Darlings Undefeated In District 7 Tourney

The Halifax American Darlings all-stars are the only unbeaten team in the Dixie Softball District 7 Tournament after two wins in its first two games including a 16-10 win over Halifax National on Friday and a 28-7 win over Brookneal on Saturday.

Joe Tucker: A Manager For All Seasons

The gymnasiums and playing fields at Halifax County High School will have to do without recent graduate Joseph (Joe) Tucker, who spent all four of his high school years assisting a number of different teams in fall, winter and spring sports.

Clay, Rinker Reclaim Green’s Folly Member-Guest Title

Jimmy Clay and Phil Rinker are once again the Green’s Folly Member-Guest Golf Tournament champions, using a 13-under round of 59 on the final day to overtake first day leaders Bobby Wilborn and Mike Hailey.

VT Football Chaplain To Speak Here In July

Virginia Tech football team chaplain Johnny Shelton and several members of the Virginia Tech football team will be the guest speakers at a special Fellowship of Christian Athletes event here on July 29.

Crews, HC Motorsports Academy Score First Win

After having had a win taken away earlier this season, Trey Crews became even more motivated to win in the Pure Stock Division at South Boston Speedway for himself and his Halifax County Motorsports Academy team.

Pulliam Scores First Win; Johnson Prevails In Nightcap

Lee Pulliam has raced well enough at times this season to win at South Boston Speedway only to have Lady Luck turn her back on him.
Saturday night, Pulliam was not to be denied.

W&M Satellite Volleyball Camp Visits HCHS

Under the tutelage of coach Steve Mattox, the Halifax County High School volleyball program has stepped up in terms of competitiveness.

Two Make Region Softball Team

Junior infielder Jameshia Smith and senior catcher Johanna Spencer joined teammates Stephanie Clark, Sydney Puryear, Jamilia Smith and Jessie Bagbey in being named to the All-Northwest Region Softball Team last week.

Rogers Rolls To Pro Cup Win

Everything fell into place for Clay Rogers Saturday at South Boston Speedway in the USARacing Pro Cup Series 250, with the Mooresville, N.C., driver and defending series champion winning his fourth Pro Cup race in six starts this year.

Clark Northwest Region Softball Co-Player Of Year

The post-season honors for the Comets varsity softball team continue to pour in with Halifax senior Stephanie Clark being named Co-Player of the Year for the Northwest Region.