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03/12/14 - 6:57 am
Chase City Town Council has agreed to move forward with plans to draft a new town ordinance to address blighted structures and hire a building official to enforce possible penalties…
03/11/14 - 7:51 pm
Mecklenburg County authorities are pondering their next move after seizing two dozen cell phones and other electronic devices from Bluestone Middle School students that contain pornographic photos, including images that…
03/11/14 - 9:55 am
There was good news for students and parents alike as Halifax County Superintendent of Schools Merle Herndon advised trustees on Monday evening that spring vacation days are protected.
03/12/14 - 6:50 am
Bluestone, Park View open regular season action this week
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Lady Lions find focus against Central
SoVaNow.com / October 10, 2012The Halifax County Middle School volleyball team dropped its first match to Central Tuesday, but the Lions quickly regained their focus.
HCMS lost game one, 25-15, but prevailed in the next three, by scores of 25-18, 25-22 and 25-13.
Christy McFadden - 9 serves; Haley Wooding - 9 serves, 1 kill Mackenzie Lawter - 11 serves, 1 assist; Anna Clowdis - played the front well; Olivia Noblin - 4 serves; Leigh-Anne McCormick - played well on the back; Katie Cole - 1 serve; Amber Moore - 14 serves, 2 aces, 2 kills, 2 assists; Calli Neal - 6 serves; Rose Spainhour - 15 serves; Aliyah Chandler - 2 serves; Sierra Nunn - 6 serves, 2 kills; Carol Fears - 1 serve.
“The team did very well to defeat such a skilled team as Central. The girls really had to work as a team and put their skills to play. We look forward to the last three games of the season,” said Lion coach Kacey Whitt.
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