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Comets routed by Magna Vista

The Warriors shredded the Comets on the way to a 78-21 win.

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Comets routed by Magna Vista

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Roland Brandon dives in for a touchdown Friday night against Magna Vista. (David Conner II photo)
The Warriors shredded the Comets on the way to a 78-21 win.

Diamond Fever 18U win another tournament

South Boston News
The Diamond Fever 18U girls fast pitch softball team competed in the NSA Summer Finale in Troutville, at the Botetourt Sports Complex on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 7-8. Fever went undefeated, 6-0, over the weekend to bring home their fourth championship of the season. Team members are, from left, first row, Ingrid Joyce, Courtney, Katherine Shumaker, Rhyan Scearce, Amber Sulter, Morgan Jones. Second row, Larry Burner assistant coach, Nichole Mills, Emily, Warren Mills assistant coach, Stephanie Clark, Tim Bray head coach, Erin Riddle, Kelsey White, Steve Sulter assistant coach. The 18U team has competed in six tournaments this season, with a record of 35-7-1. The Diamond Fever 18U competed in Rock Hill, S.C. on Aug. 20-21 in the ASA Carolina Cardinals Late Summer Showcase. The Diamond Fever Organization will be holding a clinic and tryouts at Triple C located on Kentuck Road, Ringgold on Sept. 18-19. Go to http://www.diamondfeversoftball.com for more information.

Brown to play at Lynchburg College

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COLLEGE BOUND - Nia Brown announced Wednesday she will attend Lynchburg College and play basketball. From left, first row, Theresa Coleman, her mother, Brown, and her younger sister, Mylese. Second row, former Comet head coach Ray Reaves, Comet athletics director Allen Lawter, HCHS basketball assistant Jennifer Rutledge and varsity coach Matt McCargo.
The progression of Comet girls’ basketball players moving on to college continued yesterday. Nia Brown is headed to Lynchburg College.

Comets dedicated

You cannot question the dedication of the HCHS varsity football team.

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