South Boston News & Record
and Mecklenburg Sun
06/24/16 - 11:34 am
Terry Briggs thought she’d won $10,000, and she was pretty excited about it. She was scratching a 10X the Money ticket that she’d just bought at Apple Market, 3225 Halifax…
06/23/16 - 7:38 pm
Businesses and motorists along Seymour Avenue in South Boston received a surprise Thursday afternoon — a riverlet of brick-colored water that gushed up from a broken water main in the…
06/23/16 - 6:53 am
Halifax may enter service provider business – directly or indirectly
06/27/16 - 7:22 am
Barnes earns POY year honors while Bane named top coach
- More A&E
Comets shut down PC
SoVaNow.com / March 31, 2014Halifax County High School varsity baseball is off to a 2-0 start, and head coach Kelvin Davis is particularly pleased with the pitching staff.
The Comets shut out Patrick County Friday, 7-0 in Piedmont District action.
Thomas Cole turned in another very strong pitching effort. He worked six innings, with Chase Wilkerson finishing up.
Cole finished with six strikeouts, while walking two walks in an excellent mound appearance. Wilkerson struck out the side in the PC seventh.
HCHS had seven hits.
Leadoff hitter Ryan Powell walked in the first and later scored on a Tristan Howerton RBI sacrifice fly.
HCHS picked up two runs in the third, as Will Harris reached on an error, stole third and later scored. Howerton walked and later scored. Dustin Crews had an RBI sacrifice.
HCHS rolled up four runs in the fifth.
Howerton doubled and Crews walked. Cole had an RBI sacrifice. Tripp Bennett greeted a PC reliever with a key RBI double and Andrew McCann had a run-scoring single.
Halifax will have a busy week ahead, with Franklin County at home Tuesday, followed by a two-game road swing against William Campbell Thursday and Bassett on Friday.
News & Record