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Girls tennis falls to FC

Jessica Palmer and Kimberly Farmer won at the top of the singles ladder for the Comets girls’ tennis team, but that was it in a 7-2 loss at home against Franklin County of Wednesday.

Comets baseball team faces GW in key match

If Halifax County High School is going to make a run for the Western Valley District title, it will have to start tonight.

South Boston Elementary racers ready

Entries are being sought for the annual South Boston Elementary School One-Mile Kids’ Fun Run and 5K Race to be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at South Boston Elementary School.

Prizes galore in Jeff Nelson Memorial Golf Tournament

When it comes to prizes, there will be plenty of them up for grabs in the Jeff Nelson Memorial Golf Tournament to be held Friday, May 6, at Green’s Folly Golf Course.

Snow back in groove for Limited Sportsman win at SBS

Justin Snow has rediscovered his groove, and that’s bad news for his closest pursuers at South Boston Speedway, with the Danville driver leading from the pole and capturing the 50-lap Limited Sportsman race Saturday night.

Philip Morris makes it four in a row with win at SoBo

Philip Morris is strengthening his stronghold on the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car Division at South Boston Speedway.

The winner? Mother Nature as rain washes out Halifax games

The Comets’ varsity softball team ran up against an opponent it couldn’t handle Friday, with persistent rain forcing umpires to call the Halifax County-GW game in the bottom of the second inning.

Sportsman Club of Halifax fish tourney set Saturday

The Sportsman Club of Halifax will hold its first fishing tournament Saturday at Banister Lake in Halifax.

South Boston Elementary School 5K start times change

Corrected starting times for Saturday’s South Boston Elementary School One-Mile Kids’ Fun Run and 5K Race have been announced.

HCHS throttles Hargrave 10-0 in six innings

After having lost its last two games and a scrimmage, the Halifax County High School varsity baseball team was in need of a lift.