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Defending champs win biz-industrial league opener

Defending champion United Steps/Felton is off to a good start in defending its title in the South Boston Business & Industrial Basketball League, beating Benchmark 46-24 in its opener on Sunday.

A rainy day 5K

A rainy Saturday morning didn’t deter almost 80 dedicated runners who turned out for the annual Comet 5K Run/Walk at Tuck Dillard Memorial Stadium.

Rozek scores ace

Steve Rozek is one happy golfer.

Three area golfers score aces

There are few things more thrilling for a golfer than making a hole-in-one. A trio of golfers accomplished the big shot over the past several days.

Green’s Folly keeps County Cup

Make it four straight wins for the Green’s Folly Men’s County Cup team over their Halifax Country Club counterparts.

Gasperini wins UNC Tarheel Junior Tourney

Halifax County High School junior Peter Gasperini won the biggest golf tournament of his young career last weekend with his victory in the UNC Tarheel Junior Championship Golf Tournament at Finley Golf Course in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Inaugural Bob Cage Tennis Classic planned

The Inaugural Bob Cage Tennis Classic will be held Oct. 4-6 at Stratford Tennis Club in Danville.

Cumbey’s Crew wins tourney

Cumbey’s Crew took home first-place honors in the Championship Flight to win the annual Halifax County-South Boston Sports Hall of Fame Tournament held Friday at Green’s Folly Golf Course.

Hall of Fame golf tournament honors Meadows

The Halifax County/South Boston Sports Hall of Fame will honor the memory of the late Terry Meadows, Sr. at the annual Halifax County/South Boston Sports Hall of Fame Golf Classic to be played Friday Green’s Folly Golf Course.

Dixie softball fall signups Friday-Saturday

Halifax-South Boston Dixie Softball fall signups are scheduled Friday and Saturday at Carter Field for ages 4-10 as of Jan. 1, 2014.

Kay Burton wins Halifax Country Club ladies championship

Make it three straight Halifax Country Club ladies club championships and four overall for Kay Burton.