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All Region honors

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Junior Gabby Nelson has earned all-Region 5-A north second team honors at the forward spot for the Halifax County High School varsity girls soccer team. Nelson led the Comets with 33 goals. The Comets finished their season 12-4. (NR file photo)

Softball honors

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From top, members of the Halifax County High School varsity softball team earning All conference 16 honors are, from left, first row, Taylor Barnes, Kirsten Doss and Mackenzie Lawter. Second row, Cecilie Elliott, Ashley Watts, Gabby Spainhour and Kye-Neisha Logan. Individual awards went to, Barnes, MVP; Watts, Comet award; Gabby Spainhour, coaches award; and Lauren Spencer, Sportsmanship. Earning all 5-A north region honors are, Barnes, left, and Lawter. Barnes also earned Player of the Year honors for the Piedmont District

Soccer honors

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Top, The All-conference 16 selections for Comet varsity girls soccer are, from left, Sabrina Amos, second team; Lucy Morrison and Gabby Nelson, first team. Amos had 213 saves and Nelson scored 33 goals. Above, earning individual honors on the Halifax County High School varsity soccer team are, from left, first row, Jessica Hudson, coaches award; Madison Puryear, most improved; Hannah Glass, coaches award. Second row, Sabrina Amos, defensive MVP; Gabby Nelson, offensive MVP; Lucy Morrison, 4-year MVP.

Comets recognized

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Top, Andrew Abbott, pitching award; Tyler Duffer, best teammate; Trip Womack, most improved; and Arthur Watts, highest batting average. Above, Comets earning post=season honors are, from left, Colby Grissom (second team, utility, all region and other honors), Andrew Abbott (second team all-region pitcher and other honors); Arthur Watts (all region, first team DH and other honors) Brayden Moore, second team all-conference outfield, and Ethan Woltz (second team, catcher, all-conference.) Not pictured, Dustin Fears, second team all conference third baseman).

The Comets: By the numbers

Softball season ends on the road

Halifax County High School varsity softball has many positives to celebrate this season, including a 20-4 finish. The Lady Comets also made the Region 5-A north semifinals for the fourth year in a row.

Significant finishes for track

Lady Comets deliver decisive win

Halifax County High School varsity softball delivered a strong effort in Monday’s second round of regional action, ending Brooke Point’s season with a 5-1 win.

Confidence, chemistry, ownership

Confidence, solid team chemistry and a sense of ownership for advancement in the Region 5-A North playoffs appeared to be the agenda Tuesday as another strong Halifax County High School varsity softball team practiced for the regional semifinals.

LOSSES

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They’re difficult to accept

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