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Four join elite roster

The Halifax County-South Boston Sports Hall of Fame added four stellar athletes to its roster Saturday night, with Jerry Brooks, Ronnie Chappell, Joseph Johnson and Dale Ramey getting the call.

Comets edge Magna Vista 4-3 in final inning

Some people might call Andrew McCann the Halifax County High School baseball team’s lucky charm.

Lady Comets rip Magna Vista in four innings

After back-to-back wins against slower pitchers earlier in the week, the Halifax County High School varsity softball team had to adjust their swings against Magna Vista High School pitcher Jasmine Agee on Friday.

HCC two-man golf tourney this weekend

The first golf tournament of the spring comes up this weekend, with Halifax Country Club hosting its annual two-man invitational tournament.

Lady Comets ease past Martinsville

Make it two wins in two days in five-inning mercy rule games for the Halifax County High School varsity softball team, this one a 12-0 win at home Wednesday over Martinsville High School.

‘Tuesday’s Gone’ to highlight Pit Party

Music will fill the air at South Boston Speedway Saturday afternoon. 

Comets softball team crushes GW 14-0

After having played a tough series of games to open the season, the Halifax County High School softball team needed a relaxed type of atmosphere to help keep its juices flowing.

HCC two-ball tourney dedicated to Houghton

 

This weekend, Halifax Country Club will host its annual two-man invitational tournament, featuring 36 holes of play by approximately 80 of the best players in the area.

Day officially named HCHS football coach

After four months of having the interim head football coach tag in front of his name, longtime Halifax County High School coach Kenneth Day was officially named yesterday as the head varsity football coach at Halifax County High School.

Moody, Cline top runners

Saturday’s race winners for the Comet 5K Run/Walk included a veteran runner and somewhat of a novice, with Bluestone High School cross country team competitor Aaron Moody and first-time 5K participant Shawnie Cline coming home with wins.