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Oakley, Pulliam earn first wins

Two veteran racers looking to improve the start of their respective seasons, Josh Oakley and Lee Pulliam, split Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Late Model Twin 75’s at South Boston Speedway.

Seuss dominates in Southern Modified Tour win

Andy Seuss was hooked up in Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour 150 at South Boston Speedway, and it showed as the Hampstead, N.H., driver led all but one lap and became the first repeat winner at South Boston in the Southern Modified Tour.

Comet 5K set Saturday at HCHS

The Halifax County High School Athletic Department will hold its annual spring Comet 5K/1-Mile Fun Run Saturday morning at Tuck Dillard Memorial Stadium on the high school campus.

NASCAR Green Day is Saturday

Smokey Bear will be among the many fans in attendance Saturday afternoon when South Boston Speedway hosts NASCAR Green Day.

Comets softball team falls to William Campbell 4-3

Halifax County High School out hit William Campbell High School in Thursday's softball game at Halifax County High School.

Comets edge Franklin County 5-4 in 12-inning marathon

Andrew McCann called his last trip to the plate "a good at-bat." That, however, was a little bit of an understatement.

NASCAR Southern Modifieds coming Saturday

The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour and the NASCAR Whelen All American Late Model Stock Car Division will be co-featured Saturday afternoon when South Boston Speedway returns to action.

Busch outlasts Johnson at Martinsville

MARTINSVILLE — Martinsville Speedway had taken on the reputation of being Hendrick Motorsports’ playground.

Sauter edges Wallace for Martinsville NCWTS win

MARTINSVILLE — Matt Crafton fended off bids from Darrell Wallace Jr. on two late-race restarts and held on to win Sunday's Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway.

Cole tosses one-hitter as Comets blank Patrick County 7-0

Thomas Cole had a huge smile on his face following the Halifax County High School baseball team's post-game huddle - as he should have.