The News & Record
South Boston News & Record
and Mecklenburg Sun
Home   •   News   •   Sports   •   Classifieds   •   Community   •   Health   •   Entertainment   •   Obituaries   •   Opinions   •   Weather
Advertising | Contact | Register
Advanced Search

South Boston council honors Buffalo Soldier on 100th birthday

South Boston Town Council on Monday night paid tribute to 100 year old Raymond Shelton

South Boston Police seek suspect

Prizery readies for fall music headliners


Comets fall in opener to Jefferson Forest





Comets fall in opener to Jefferson Forest

South Boston News


South Boston News
Members of the Halifax County High School varsity football team are, from left, first row, Roland Brandon, James Smith Jr., Alonzio Jones, Justin Logan, Dezmon Edmonds, Malik Clark, Rhymiel Windsor, Kyran Adams, Jamal Brandon, Andrew Womack, Jake Hughes, Jamal Chism, Monte Lawson, Colin Freitas. Second row, Assistant Coach Stanley Brandon, Kahmal Jones, Jarvis Owens, Marcus Terry, R.J. Oliver, Tyrus Pannell, Devonta Marshall, Mister Higgins, Raeon Logan, Donta Crews, Miguel Leon, Antwan Ragsdale, Shalar Charlton, Deandre Clark, Isiah Adams, Ryan Waller. Third row, assistant coaches Thomas Turbeville and Cameron Starke, Kaevas Roberts, Jared McKinney, Camron Carden, Sergio Regalado, R.J. Scott, Travis Helton, Rakim Mason, Michael Berry, Deshawn Brown, C.J. Morton, Trequan Holt, Wyatt McAbee, Keshawn Guy. Fourth row, head coach Kenneth Day, assistant coaches Garrick Vogt, Mike Lloyd and LeVar Medley, Nelson Pringle, Elijah Mitchell, Zavier Johnson, Jaleel Palmer, William Brooks, Chris Barbour, Travis Hamlett, Jalil McDougald, Kelonte Gutrich, assistant coach Woody Bane.
The Comets made a change in the program after the Mike Roark-era did not work out. Day, meanwhile, has accomplished his goal of keeping the focus off himself in preseason interviews.

Defensive goals for Comets compact; run, tackle, play

Cross country looking to fill holes

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
Top, Members of the Halifax County High School boys cross country team are, from left, first row, Andrew Hudson, Grant Nichols, Gordon Taylor, Brent Edwards, Jax Bosiger. Second row, Thomas Satterfield, Ethan Blanks, Jakob Markham, Seth Epperson, Matt Bain and Dylan Berry. Back row, coach Brady Taylor, Kenneth Harris, Nick Rosche, Andrew Liegey, Tristan Yesalavich, Ford Morrison, Jacob McKinney, coach David Riddle. Above, Members of the Halifax County High School girls cross country team are, from left, first row, Jules Prevett, Raeanne Hudson, Berkley Conner, Paige Nichols. Second row, Grace Davis, Vitoria Oliveira, Jessica Myers, Ada Mabe, Hailey Prevett. Third row, coach Brady Taylor, Hailey Worsley, Heather Griles, Lexie Barron, Lucy Morrison, Gabby Nelson, coach David Riddle.
Halifax County High School cross country has some holes to fill in its lineup of girls and boys harriers.

Medley takes over jayvee football

South Boston News
Members of the Halifax County High School jayvee football team are, from left, first row, C.J. Roberts, Dakota Lawson, Kyle Epps, Dakari Graves, Xavier Aguilar, Jaquale Byrd, C.J. Miller, Ben Hudson, Corey Brandon, Alliyah Tucker, Jeffrey Cates, C.J. Woods, Eric Brarndon, Chris Dickerson. Second row, Anthony Morrow, Tavontae Carden, Shane Glass, Shamontay Stephens, Atylas Cole, Ramon Coleman, Raquan Ross, Dexter Dixon, Trevonta Crews, Isiah Boxley-Bellamy, Mehki Woods, Tyriek Miller, Andre Alexander, Nick Brooks. Third row, Jackson Ragsdale, John Francisco, Devonta Powell, Tyler Driskill, Scott Nester, Cameron Blunt, Jahkeem Shelby, Shykeim Venable, Mykell Morris, Matt Jones, Patrick Simmons, Jacob Abedeljalil, Chris Carter, Justin Throckmorton, Ronnie Haymes. Fourth row, coach LeVar Medley, Jordan Tucker, Jonathan Owen, Garrison Ratliff, Thomas Throckmorton, Brent Waller, Keyshawn Ballou, Dakota Tingen, Jeremiah Martin, Cederick Jennings, Dashon Louden, assistant coaches Kwame Lambert, Thomas Tubeville, Cameron Starke.

Comets have final tuneup before opener

South Boston News
Comet head coach Kenneth Day talks with tight end R.J. Oliver during Friday's benefit game with Buckingham. (David Conner II photo)
Comets fall to Buckingham, face Jefferson Forest Friday

Comets find positives in scrimmage

It would be a mistake to read too much into preseason efforts

Halifax wins conference realignment appeal

Sons has rough outing against Danville Braves

Former Comet standout Dylan Sons ran into turbulence Saturday night in Danville, taking the loss after a late innings relief effort went awry.

Halifax blows competition away

Halifax County High School golf rebounded in Thursday’s round of Conference 16 quad match regular season action.

• Page 1 of 225 pages  1 2 3 >  Last »

Classified Advertising

Buy and sell items in News & Record classifieds.