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Former Comet scores 11 in all-star game

Former Comets’ basketball star center and Virginia Union University bound Destiny Betts helped the West all-stars claim an 80-65 win over the East in the annual Virginia High School Coaches Association all-star game at Christopher Newport University.

Dixie majors battling for survival

If the South Boston Dixie Majors all-star team is going to win the Virginia Dixie Majors State Baseball Tournament, it is going to have to do it the hard way.

Belles win second state title in 3 years

The Halifax American Belles all-stars scored five runs in each of the first two innings on the way to a 16-2 rout of Amherst, earning a second state title in three years and earning a trip to South Hill for the Dixie Softball Belles World Series starting July 29.

Junior Boys earn World Series berth

The Halifax County Dixie Junior Boys all-star team is headed to the World Series.

Dixie Debs claim state title

A 10-0 win over Powhatan Monday completed a dominating run through the Dixie Softball Debs State Tournament for the Halifax American all-stars, who now head to the Dixie Softball Debs World Series, starting July 29 in Alexandria, La.

South Boston Dixie Majors come up short

Twice over the course of the final two nights of the Virginia Dixie Majors State Baseball Tournament the South Boston Dixie Majors all-stars pulled themselves out of the grasp of almost certain defeat.

HCS all-stars finish third in state

The Halifax County South (HCS) Cal Ripken Minor League all-stars finished in third-place in the recent state tournament in Lexington, and will advance to the regionals July 27 in New Bern, N.C.

Boys off to 4-1 start in tourney

The Halifax County Dixie Boys all-stars are off to a 4-1 start in the Dixie Boys State Tournament in Christiansburg, beating Buckingham County 21-2 in its opener last Sunday and Powhatan 21-4 the following day.

McCarty rolls to second LS win at SBS

Bobby McCarty has experienced both the good and the bad the past three weeks at South Boston Speedway, but the news for the Summerfield, N.C. driver was all good Saturday with his second win of the season in the 50-lap Limited Sportsman Division race.

Hot night for Morris in twin SBS victories

A hot day produced in turn a hot night of racing Saturday at South Boston Speedway, but points leader Philip Morris was cool enough behind the wheel to sweep a pair of 75-lap Late Model Stock Car wins, his 13th and 14th wins of the season.