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HCHS faces Franklin County tonight in district opener

A new season begins tonight for the Halifax County High School varsity football team.

Varisty spikers split pair of games

 

The Halifax County High School varsity volleyball team earned a split in this week’s contests, falling to Franklin County High School in three games Tuesday night in Rocky Mount and using a win in a decisive fifth game to edge Park View High School in South Hill Wednesday night.

Cody Spencer places in top 25 in state golf tourney

 

Halifax County High School golfer Cody Spencer ran into tough sailing in Tuesday’s second round of the Virginia Group AAA State Golf Tournament at Laurel Hills Golf Course in Lorton.

Franklin County rolls over Comets

You didn’t need to hear any words. All you had to do was look at the face of Halifax County High School football coach Dave Wojtecki to sense the frustration.

Four Comets golfers to compete in zone tourney

Four young ladies, all members of the Halifax County High School golf team, will compete today in a Virginia High School League girls zone qualifier golf tournament here at Green’s Folly Golf Course.

Racing’s best to battle at SBS

The best of the best NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car Division drivers are getting ready to rumble at South Boston Speedway.

Comets jayvees fall to Franklin County

Halifax County High School had its chances but was unable to stave off Franklin County High School as the Eagles edged the Comets jayvees 14-6 here Thursday night at Tuck Dillard Stadium.

Franklin County defeats Comets freshmen 28-14

Halifax County High School freshman football team coach Robbie Compton had his hands full in Monday night’s game against the Franklin County High School freshmen here at Tuck Dillard Stadium.

Late touchdown, interception seal victory for Lions

The Halifax County Middle School football team came up with just enough offense and a timely defensive play when it needed it most.

Comets golfer falls shy in state qualifier

Golfers know one bad hole can be costly, especially in tournament play.