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New group to tackle football

A parent-community leader group has been established to examine the Halifax County High School football program and to provide input for consideration of the program’s future direction.

Comets see positives in first scrimmage

Pre-season scrimmages are designed to identify strengths and weaknesses in teams prior to the regular season, and Wayne Murray, first-year head coach for the Halifax County High School varsity girls basketball team saw both Friday in the Comets’ scrimmage at home against Bluestone High School.

Lady Comets on track with new coach

It’s been a step-by-step process for Wayne Murray in his first year as head coach for the Halifax County High School varsity girls basketball team.

SoBo Tees continues unbeaten string

SoBo Tees is off to a hot start in its rookie season in the South Boston Business & Industrial Basketball League, sporting an undefeated record after five games.

Good numbers greet Halifax County High School swim team

The words coming from practice for the Halifax County High School swim team are progress and anticipation.

Lions boys roll over Bonner 51-26

The size and physicality of the Halifax County Middle School basketball team proved to be too much for Bonner Middle School to handle in Thursday night’s season opener at Halifax County Middle School.

Aggressive defense spurs Lions’ win

It is noted on many occasions that a stout defense goes a long way toward winning basketball games.

Former HCHS coach named to post at Arizona All-Stars Basketball Academy

Former Halifax County High School boys basketball coach Lynn Ramage has been named Assistant Director of Basketball Operations of the Arizona All-Stars Basketball Academy.

Magic season ends for spikers

What has been the best-ever season for Halifax County High School volleyball has come to an end.

SoBo Tees takes lead in Industrial basketball

When Sunday’s round of games started in the South Boston Recreation Department’s Business & Industrial Basketball League there were three unbeaten teams. Now there is only one.