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Program of studies to change next school year

Clarksville man dies in Shiney Rock Road crash

Clarksville lifts budget freeze, sets spending on streets, police


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Preparing for the unknown

Practice off for now, new football coach awaits first players meeting

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Coleman named to all-time MEAC football team

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Star Comet ball carrier set several school records

Comet trio makes it official

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Top, Joey Duffer signed his letter of intent Friday to play baseball at Concord University after graduation. From left, first row, his mother Leslie Duffer, Duffer, father Curtis Duffer, and sister Abby Duffer. Second row, HCHS principal Michael Lewis, assistant baseball coach Sean Torian, coach Kenneth Day. Center, Jaxon Lloyd signs his letter of intent to play baseball after graduation at VMI. From left, first row, mother Tiffany Lloyd, Lloyd, and father Roy Keith Lloyd. Second row, Travel ball coaches Daniel Adcock, Randy Irby, Chad Seals, Lee Barker, HCHS principal Michael Lewis, HCHS baseball coach Kenneth Day, assistant coach Sean Torian, and travel ball coach Gregg Conner. Above, Leo Noblin signs his letter of intent to play baseball at King University on Friday. From left, mother Emily Noblin, Noblin, father Stanley Noblin and sister Sara Noblin. Second row, travel ball coaches Roy Keith Lloyd, Chad Seals, Lee Barker and Blake Bivens, HCHS principal Michael Lewis, HCHS assistant baseball coach Sean Torian and coach Kenneth Day.
Baseball signings celebrated; Duffer headed to Concord, Lloyd to VMI, Noblin to King University after high school

Lloyd commits to play baseball at VMI

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Workouts begin for winter sports

High school sports can move forward

Northam’s amendment paves way for full return of sports

Senseney takes reins of Comet football

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Noblin to continue baseball career at King University

Senior Comet pitcher eyes dual role with King Tornado

Jeffress in running as NL top reliever

Comet alum is one of three finalists for NL Reliever of the Year honors after his first year in bullpen with Chicago Cubs

Duffer to take game to Concord

Comet catcher commits to join Mountain Lions after graduation

Moving forward ... with caution

The Comets are ready to get back in the gym, working towards another successful season

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