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Rosche earns first team soccer honors

Sarah Rosche of HCHS was the lone Comet to earn first team all-district honors for girls’ soccer, while two more HCHS performers earned second team honors.

Keck named to WVD soccer second team

HCHS had four selections to the spring 2009 all-Western Valley district team, including sophomore goalie Jordan Keck, a second-team pick.

Evans enjoys memorable NWR performance

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100 METERS - Several competitors are shown in the Northwest Regional 100-meters, including Comet runners Tanisha Evans, second from left, and Stacey Hamlett, third from left. The regional meet was held in Charlottesville. (Keith Douglas photo)
Tanisha Evans enjoyed a memorable performance Friday in Northwest Regional track action here, placing sixth or better in four events. Evans was second in the region in the 300 hurdles in 45.89, fourth in the 200 meters in 25.89; sixth in the triple jump with a leap of 34-5 and sixth in the 100 meters in 12.65.

Comet boys finish season on down note

The season ended Monday night for the HCHS varsity boys soccer team, which lost to William Fleming, 3-0.

GW ends girls soccer season

GW-Danville won a 4-3 shootout after a lengthy match and advanced in the Western Valley district girls’ varsity soccer tournament, eliminating HCHS Monday night. The Comets’ season ended at 9-8 overall.

Lady Comets second in WVD meet

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TRIPLE JUMP - Brittany Foster won the WVD title Friday in the triple jump, with a leap of 34-7. (Keith Douglas photo)
E.C. Glass, bolstered by clear sailing in the pole vault, downed the HCHS girls’ outdoor track team to claim the Western Valley district meet crown Friday. The Hilltoppers, who are leaving the WVD after this spring, collected 163.33 points to win the title. Glass got valuable points in the pole vault, as the Comets do not compete in that event. But the Comets, who may be positioned to become the new powerhouse in district girls’ track next season and beyond, finished second with 136.33 points, well ahead of the rest of the WVD.

Comets last in WVD meet

The HCHS boys’ outdoor track team placed last in the Western Valley district meet in Lynchburg Friday. HCHS collected 17 points. Glass won the district title in a runaway, collecting 185 points. Fleming and PH tied for second with 85 points.

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