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Coach Confident Entering Opener

The “real” season begins Tuesday night for the Halifax County High School varsity baseball team.

Comets Softball Team Clip Person

Much like the earlier game between Halifax County and Person High, the visiting Rockets used Comets miscues to take the early lead Thursday at Comets Softball Field.

Former Comets Earn USA South Honors

Former Comets’ softball standouts Lauren Daniel and Whitney Womack have capped outstanding freshman seasons by being named to the USA South All-Conference First Team, while another Comets’ standout, Jasmine Parker, a senior at Ferrum, has been named to the USA South All-Sportsmanship Team.

Bagbey Named Player Of The Year

Chowan University first baseman and former Comets standout Justin Bagbey has been named Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Player of the Year.

Blue Comets Fall To Park View 2-1

There was not a lot of intensity among the ranks when the Halifax County High School varsity girls soccer team faced Park View High School here Tuesday night.

Hodges On U.Va. Football Roster

Former Comets quarterback Jacob Hodges is listed on the University of Virginia’s 2010 football roster as a 5-11, 185-pound wide receiver.

Comets Rack Up Eighth Win

Good pitching and timely hitting are two key ingredients when it comes to winning baseball games.

Faith, Devotion, Determination, Inspiration Mark 2010 Sports Hall Of Fame Class

Faith, devotion, determination and perseverance were keys to success for Terry Davis, the late Tigue Day Sr., Bill Vanney and Tisha Waller, the four newest members of the Halifax County-South Boston Sports Hall of Fame, inducted at the 22nd annual HOF banquet on Saturday at Halifax County Middle School.

Buster D’Amato Switching Gears

South Boston resident and 2009 Pinks All Out winner Buster D’Amato is switching gears from drag racing to street racing for an appearance in the upcoming reality TV show called the Robin Hood Rally.


As a power forward and center, Halifax County native Terry Davis forged a successful 10-year pro basketball career in the NBA.

HCHS Prevails 7-6, 12-0 Over New York Team

Six wins and counting.