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Comets teams slated to open season today

With winter weather hanging on in the area through the first part of the week, the scheduled season-opening contests for Halifax County High School’s spring sports teams have been pushed back to today.

Racing action resumes at SBS Saturday

After opening the 2014 season last weekend, South Boston Speedway will waste no time notching its second event of the campaign this weekend. 

Sellers sweeps SBS opener

Peyton Sellers swept Saturday afternoon's Danville Toyota NASCAR Whelen Late Model Twin 100s at South Boston Speedway.

Comets diamonders split pair of scrimmages

It was a little bit of a mixed bag for the Halifax County High School varsity baseball team in their scrimmage Friday night at Halifax County High School.

First scrimmage results positive

The Halifax County High School varsity softball team played “pretty good as a whole” during its first scrimmage on Tuesday at William Campbell High School, according to Head Coach Melanie Saunders.

Ramage named Jones Cup USA-Overtake assistant woman’s coach

Former Halifax County High School head varsity boys basketball coach Lynn Ramage has been hired by the Jones Cup USA-Overtake National Team committee as its new assistant woman’s basketball coach under Will De la Cruz. 

Teams gear up for SBS opener

After several months of cold wintry weather, the new season will crank up Saturday at South Boston Speedway.

Varsity boys blank Heritage

Keith Crews scored a first-half goal, Charles Crenshaw added one in the second half, and the Halifax County High School varsity boys soccer team blanked Heritage High School 2-0 in a scrimmage Monday at Tuck Dillard Memorial Stadium.

Drivers may experience butterflies in SBS opener

Expect a few butterflies to be floating in the stomach of some drivers in Saturday’s season-opening Danville Toyota NASCAR Whelen Late Model Twin 100’s at South Boston Speedway.

Comets boys win scrimmage

It was barely enough time for Coach Frank Shealy to get an idea of how the Halifax County High School varsity boys soccer team are progressing.