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Comets clobber Martinsville 23-0

The pitchers are throwing strikes and the defense has been strong. And the offense has been fairly potent.

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Comets rout Magna Vista 12-1

South Boston News
Comet starter Ryan Puryear, looks to the plate Friday in HCHS’s 12-1 win over Magna Vista. The varsity boys’ baseball team improved to 3-0 with the win. Reid Roller continued in relief and Patrick Barton closed out the win. Barton had a multi-hit game, including a home run, and William Worley had a solid day at the plate. Halifax returns to action Tuesday. (David Conner II photo)

HCHS track teams sweep Person

The Halifax County High School track and field teams started the outdoor season Monday with a sweep of border rival Person County High School.

HVFD sponsors fishing tournament Saturday

On Saturday, March 26, at Staunton River State Park Picnic Shelter #2, Halifax Volunteer Fire Department will host a daytime fishing tournament.

Lady Comets dominant

South Boston News
Halifax County third baseman Sydney Puryear and catcher Jill Trickey almost collide as they attempt to catch a pop-up.
HCHS softball is out to a blazing, confidence-building start, with a 5-0 record.

Comets off to 2-0 start

Halifax County High School varsity baseball has a 2-0 start under their belts, after outlasting two northern Virginia opponents during invitational play hosted by Franklin County High School.

Comets fall to Martinsville

South Boston News
Taylor Tepper makes a return during Wednesday’s opening match for the Halifax County High School boys tennis team. Tepper, playing in the no. 1 slot, won his match over Martinsville’s Brandon Ford, but the Comets were edged 5-4. (See story page B2)
Martinsville edged Halifax, 5-4, in non-district action Wednesday in boys’ tennis action.

Lady Comets drop tennis opener

The Halifax County High School girls tennis team opened its season on Wednesday with a close 2-7 loss to visiting Martinsville.

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