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Halifax Debs lose in heart-breaking fashion

The Halifax American Debs all-stars will finish in third-place at the Dixie Softball Debs World Series after coming up short in two extra-inning games, 12-6 to Alabama in nine innings Tuesday and 2-1 to Alexandria/Pineville in eight innings Wednesday.

Comets coach impressed with volleyball turnout

Comets’ head varsity volleyball coach Steve Mattox said he’s been impressed both with the quantity and the quality of the approximately 30 athletes trying out for the varsity and jayvee squads.

Little Halifax racer making a big splash

Rookie racer Drew Duffey of Halifax is making a big impression in his first year of go-kart racing, having two wins, three second-place finishes and two third-place finishes thus far in races at Amelia Speedway and ACE Speedway.

Surging McCarty wins third South Boston Speedway race

Bobby McCarty obviously is not just settling for possible Rookie of the Year honors in the Limited Sportsman Division at South Boston Speedway.

Comets go full contact today

With the first week of practice behind it, the Halifax County High School football team will take another step forward today, moving to full-contact drills.

Northwest Region post-season playoffs expand

Northwest Region officials have expanded the region’s post-season playoffs to include third-place teams in each district in volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball and soccer.

Comets golf team finishes 15th in tourney

Cody Spencer’s score of 80 led a contingent of five Comets golfers to a 15th-place finish among 23 teams at the Heritage Invitational Golf Tournament, held Monday at London Downs Golf Club in Forest.

Clay romps to HCC championship

When Jimmy Clay says he’s playing to the best of his capabilities on the golf course, it’s a discouraging thought to anyone else matched up against him.

Former East Carolina University to head HCHS hoops team

Larry Epperly will soon be a very busy man.

Key Comets player inks with Virginia State


Kelvin Davis Jr. has had a goal to play baseball on a high level and he’s getting that opportunity.