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Bluestone boys track takes conference crown

Brooks, Evans qualify for VHSL state competition; 11 advance to regions

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Bluestone boys track takes conference crown

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The Barons are 2017 VHSL Conference 34 champions.
Brooks, Evans qualify for VHSL state competition; 11 advance to regions

Comets fall to GW on Senior Night

Turnover problems, very challenging field position and a general inability to consistently run the football proved too much for the Halifax County High School varsity football team to overcome in its season finale against GW-Danville Friday night.

Lady Comets to play for NRW berth

Halifax County’s volleyball team has a chance to see how the other half – teams that qualify for the Northwest Region tournament on a regular basis – lives.

Lion football, volleyball awards

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Top, The Halifax County Middle School volleyball team celebrated its undefeated season Tuesday, by having a family/daughter volleyball match followed by an awards ceremony. Special recognition went to the Best Offensive Player, Cecilie Elliott, MVP, Taylor Barnes, and Coach’s Award, Megan Nunn.Above, The annual Lion football awards were presented Tuesday. From left, Logan Blake, offensive lineman award; Ryan Waller, defensive lineman award, second on the team in tackles with 48; James Smith Jr., Best all around player with nine touchdowns rushing, seven touchdowns passing and playing on defense; Justin Logan, offensive MVP, most rushing yards and nine touchdowns; Zack Carlson, defensive MVP, leading tackler with 57 and most interceptions, four; and Kelonte Gutrich, most improved (seven touchdowns). Coaches’ awards went to, not pictured, Brandon Hollowell, Tyrus Pannell, R.J. Scott and Jermaine Vaughters.

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