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2018 Comet baseball, by the numbers

A look back at statistical results

Volleyball continues winning ways

The HCHS varsity volleyball team continued its solid momentum. Fresh off winning the Heritage classic over the weekend, the varsity spikers downed Bluestone on the road Tuesday night, three games to none.

Someone’s going to win

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DEFENSIVE PRESSURE - Comet defenders Devin Walton (44) and Monshae Ferrell (72) contain a Person County ballcarrier in action from last Friday night. (David Conner II photo)
The HCHS varsity football team had another spirited practice Tuesday night, as the Comets seek their first varsity football win of the season tomorrow night against Heritage. “We’ve had two good practices this week. The kids are continuing to have great focus,” said Comet head coach Stan Hodgin.

Comet notebook

Comets sail past Randolph-Henry

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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY ACTION – Left, Blake Jones and Zach Evans compete in Wednesday HCHS cross country action at Edmunds Park Wednesday. (David Conner II photo)
The HCHS cross country teams sailed by Randolph-Henry last Wednesday, as the Comets continue to prepare for the upcoming Western Valley district meet.

Freshmen fall

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STIFF ARM – HCHS freshman Alonzo Bennett tries to repel a Heritage defender Thursday night at the Comet field. (David Conner II photo)
Heritage capitalized on Comet mistakes and rolled to a 28-8 win in ninth grade football action Thursday night. Comet coach Kenneth Day took the blame for the loss.

Jayvees cruise

Person County failed to complete a sweep of Comet football last week, as the Comet jayveess won in resounding fashion over the Rockets Thursday. HCHS cruised, 26-0.

Volleyball stumbles

The HCHS Varsity volleyball team stumbled a bit, losing in non-district action to Martinsville last Tuesday. The Comets fell to 3-3 overall, after a win over Bluestone.

Comets back in second in WVD golf

Paced by five scores in the 70s, Franklin County’s golf team kept its mark perfect in Western Valley District regular- season competition with its fourth win in four matches. The Eagles posted a 302 at the par 71 Green’s Folly Golf Club in South Boston Wednesday to extend its lead in the district standings with one regular-season match remaining.

Basketball hitting the road

The HCHS varsity boys’ basketball team has ambitious non-district action planned this winter, including an early January trip to the Verizon Center in Washington, DC, where the Comets will play prior to an NBA game on that date.

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