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It doesn’t get any easier for the Comets

The schedule gets no easier for this young Halifax County High School varsity football team this week.

Wave smothers Comets

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UPENDED - HCHS running back Trey Roberts dives to the ground in an effort to pick up yardage against Petersburg Friday. The Comets fell in their opener 43-20. (David Conner II photo)
Petersburg spoiled David Wojtecki's debut as the new Halifax County High School varsity football coach, rolling to a 43-20 win over the Comets Friday night.

Comets ready to get traction

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Members of the HCHS varsity football team are, from left, first row, Thomas Owen, Davon Greene, Kendell Adams, Dominic Henderson, Rodzavian Crowell, Freddie Edmunds, Kwame Lambert, Travis Lipscomb, Deontae Featherston and Aaron Chandler. Second row, Rufus Jeffress, Jimmy Brenner, Derrick Garrett, Jordan Keck, Tywaun Boyd, Taylor Lester, Coby Markham, Trey Roberts, Bryant Coleman and Dae’Quin Owens. Third row, Kelvin Jennings, Miles Claiborne, Cody Palmer, DeAndre Delaware, Charles Chandler, Donta Graves, Joe Martin, Jacob Saunders, Jarmal Brooks and Reggie Jones. Fourth row, Jonathan Hutcherson, DeAndre Crowder, Devin Young, Terrance Brandon, Harrison Turnbull, Kiaos Ragsdale, Chris Baisch, Seth Adams, Quentin Polk and Dominique Gaines. Fifth row, Trey Reese, London Waller, D.J. Irby, Jarvis Brooks, Monshae Ferrell, Joshua Spainhour, Thomas Conner, Mark Lloyd, Darrius Bethel, Cameron Dailey and DeVonta Mitchell. Sixth row, assistant coaches Billy Lucas, Garrick Vogt and Robbie Compton, Cody Womack, Nathaniel Stanger, Joe Campbell and assistant coaches Mick Gallagher, Bo Palmore and Matt Gunn. Back row, head coach Dave Wojtecki and assistant coaches Fred Palmore, Jeff Biorn, Derek Fountain, James McDaniel and Lavar Medley. 
Halifax County High School starts over with its varsity football program this week, as new head man David Wojtecki tries to get some traction in Cometland.

How the Comets stack up by position

Breaking down the 2010 varsity Comet football team, position by position, courtesy of Comet head coach David Wojtecki.

Lady Comets fall short in opener

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The Comet Crazies were out in force Tuesday night to cheer on the Lady Comet volleyball team in its season opening match against Person County. The Rockets downed the Lady Comets in three straight matches. (David Conner II photo)
Person County High School defeated the Lady Comet varsity volleyball team, three games to none, in a spirited opener Tuesday night

Changes bring positives to jayvee program

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The jayvee Comet football team members are, from left, first row, Juan Leon, Galantre Thaxton, Brian Mayfield, Aaron Little, Jerel Coleman, Devan Richardson, Shamar Ross, Richard Jacobs, Tyler Stephens and Adrian Moran. Second row, Sebastian Brion, Jarius Logan, Tecquin Hogue, Sam Schafler, Alonzo Bennett, Raysheen Lane, Deonte Fountain, Ezra Walker and Jerry Lennon. Third row, Wayne Wiley, Damien Hunt, Tony Chappell, Jacob Lawhorn, Tim Desmond, Josh Pena, Jermaine Jackson, Darius Younger, Jeremy Garrett and Corey Hancock. Fourth row, Andrew Hamlett, Twan Tucker, Casey Abedeljalil, Malik Powell, Trevon Ragsdale, Jairus Marable and Tyler Dunn. Back row, head coach Kenneth Day and assistant coaches Billy Lucas, Robbie Compton, Derek Fountain and Matt Gunn. Not pictured is Laquandra Kincy.
Halifax County High School has some changes at the jayvee football level, but veteran coach Kenneth Day sees some positives here.

Lions fall to Central

Central outscored the HCMS golf team by five strokes on Monday, winning the match, 179-184.

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