The News & Record
South Boston News & Record
and Mecklenburg Sun
Home   •   News   •   Sports   •   Classifieds   •   Community   •   Health   •   Entertainment   •   Obituaries   •   Opinions   •   Weather
Advertising | Contact | Register
Advanced Search
News

Destination Downtown has new board member

Baby found after night in woods, mother charged with felony

A Crystal Hill-area woman is behind bars on a charge of felony child abandonment after she confessed to police to leaving her five-month-old infant daughter outside in the woods for…

Man drowns in pond at Berry Hill

A Halifax man drowned Saturday after a canoe carrying him and a fishing companion flipped over at a pond on the property of Berry Hill Resort. One of the men…

Sports

Comets fall short against Tunstall

HCHS became Tunstall’s latest victim after the Piedmont district club also defeated GW-Danville recently.

Community


Opinion


A&E

Sports

Comet JV baseball team thrashes Gretna

SoVaNow.com / March 18, 2013
The HCHS JV baseball team routed Gretna, 28-0, in official spring season action Thursday.

The Comets struck for three runs in the first inning, followed by a 19-run eruption in the second inning, and a ten-run third. Halifax added three runs in the fourth.

The Comets finished with 20 hits.

Gretna had eight errors to one for HCHS, while the Hawks had three hits.

Halifax had contributors spread across the lineup.

Trip Womack delivered a game-changing day, going 4-for-5 with seven RBI and three runs scored.

Leadoff hitter Jake Hughes had a three-for-four day, with five RBI and two walks. Tanner Bennett went one-for-two with three runs scored, with an RBI.

Tripp Bennett had a strong outing, going three-for-five, with four RBI and three runs scored. Dustin Fears was one-for-two with three runs scored and an RBI.

Colby Grissom went one-for-two with a pair of RBI. Ben Majors walked twice and scored three runs. Kelonte Gutrich went two-for-five with one RBI and three runs scored.

Hughes stroked a pair of doubles, while Tripp Bennett, Fears and Arthur Watts (3-4, two RBI, four runs scored) also had doubles.

Tripp Bennett pitched, allowing three hits and eight strikeouts, with no walks, in a sparkling mound performance. Bennett threw 62 pitches, 46 for strikes.


Classified Advertising

Buy and sell items in News & Record classifieds.