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Lady Lions Win Conference Tournament Opener Game

For the most part, guards and co-captains Janiyah Logan and Alexia Tucker have carried the scoring load this season for the Halifax County Middle School girls’ basketball team.

WVD Tourney Schedule Still Unclear

The schedule for this week’s Western Valley basketball tournaments are still up in the air, particularly when it comes to the girls tournament.

Hall Of Fame To Induct 4

Officials of the Halifax County-South Boston Sports Hall of Fame have announced four inductees to comprise its class of 2010.

Lady Comets Trump William Fleming 77-67

Comets varsity girls coach Matthew McCargo knew a fast start would be crucial if his team stood a good chance of knocking off Western Valley District leader William Fleming Thursday at Comets Gym.

Comets’ Skid Continues

You get a limited number of opportunities to win basketball games, especially when it comes to playing on the road.

HCHS, HCMS Unveil Changes In Schedule

The recent spate of snow and ice have forced Halifax County High School and Halifax County Middle School to make more changes in their athletic schedules.

Wojtecki Named New Football Coach

David Wojtecki, who has served as an assistant coach in the Halifax County High School football program for the past three seasons, has been named the new head varsity football coach at Halifax County High School.

Lady Comets Complete GW Sweep

Melyse Brown scored 15 points and Whitney McCargo added 10 to lead the Comets varsity girls’ basketball team to a regular-season sweep of GW with a 47-30 win Monday at Comets’ Gym.

GW Shoots Down Comets

Halifax County High School’s quest to land second place in the Western Valley District standings has become a more difficult one.

WVD Titles On The Line This Week

Thanks to Mother Nature, this week could be a wild one in Western Valley District basketball.

Perkins Becomes Two-Time Champion

Halifax County High School senior Justin Perkins became a two-time Western Valley District wrestling champion Thursday when he won the 215-pound weight class in the Western Valley District Wrestling Tournament at Franklin County High School.