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Two arrested in connection with attack at Alford home

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The basics are in place for the Halifax County High School varsity boys’ basketball team.

Lady Comets look to continue success

Matt McCargo is trying to keep the momentum going after a breakout season for the Halifax County High School girls’ varsity basketball program last season.

Lions roll to 48-28 win

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Members of the Halifax County Middle School boys basketball team are, from left, first row, Tyleik Powell, Justin Penick, Keyshawn Johnson, James Smith, Jr., and Kyran Adams. Second row, Will Miller, Deshane Davis, Devonta Ford, and Peter Gasperini. Third row, assistant coach Justin Saunders, manager Justin Fuller, Kelonte Gutrich, Tavion Petty, Kory Lennon, Felix Scott, Rymiel Windsor, manager Malik McCargo and head coach W.J. Long.
The Halifax County Middle School boys’ basketball team started quickly Thursday, rolling to a 48-28 win over Bonner in the season opener.

Lady Lions fall short against Bonner 36-35

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Members of the Halifax County Middle School girls basketball team are, from left, first row, Alasha Edmondson, Nyjah Torain, A'Kiya Guill, Quinshala Medley and Faith Lester. Second row, Bria McCargo, Asia Carter, Mecca Carter, Ghanija Gooden and Kye-Nisha Logan. Third row, assistant coach Becky Saunders, manager Ada Logan, Shadajah Davis, Timonee McCargo, Whitney White, Brittani Boxley, Lakia Martin, manager Amber Harris and head coach James Smith.
The Halifax County Middle School girls’ basketball team suffered a tough defeat in its opener Thursday night, losing to Bonner by one point.

HCHS athletes honored

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Individual awards handed out to members of the HCHS varsity football team include, from left, Jordan Keck, most outstanding special teams player, Monshae Ferrell, coaches award, Tywaun Boyd, most outstanding defensive player, Terrance Brandon, most outstanding offensive player.
Members of the Halifax County High School fall sports teams were recognized Tuesday night, with individual awards handed out for the varsity football, varsity volleyball, jayvee volleyball and more recognition for the student-athletes.

HCMS volleyball awards

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The Halifax County Middle School volleyball team celebrated its undefeated season on Monday, Nov. 8 by having a family/daughter volleyball match followed by an awards ceremony. Special recognition went to the best offensive player-Gabrielle Spainhour, MVP-Lauren Womack, and Coach's award-Brittani Boxley.

Industrial League results

Swedwood/Essel Pro Pack remained unbeaten in the South Boston Industrial league Sunday, defeating Kejah Enterprises/Miracle One, 55-37.

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