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First take on year-round Halifax County schools: ‘I don’t see it’

Trustees voice doubts on idea for eliminating construction of new HCHS

Next up for YMCA: New locker rooms

Renovation work set through end of 2018

Halifax County calendar committee presents plans for next two school years


Comets prep for season with scrimmage play





Jayvee boys continue to play well, beat PE / December 11, 2017
The Halifax County High School boys’ basketball team continues to play well, as the Comets drilled Prince Edward, 54-26, Thursday in Farmville.

Halifax had excellent scoring distribution, with 11 players getting points. Kevon Ferrell led the way with 11, followed by Tucker Harris with nine. Zy’liek Perkins, Osiris Ross and Devon Jennings scored six points.

Halifax did a good job defensively on Prince Edward, limiting the young Eagles to just two first half field goals. PE got a couple of 3-pointers in the third and three two-point baskets and one two-point basket in the final period.

Halifax had a decent first half and then got going in the second quarter.

The Comets outscored Prince Edward, 9-2, in the first period.

Halifax outscored the Eagles, 17-4, before halftime.

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