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2018 Comet baseball, by the numbers

A look back at statistical results

Soccer Chicks fight cancer

The girls soccer team raised over $3000 for the American Cancer Association Relay for Life which took place in Keysville on the SVCC Daniel Campus on Saturday, May 16. Each girl and coach in the program participated in this fundraising event to assist in finding a cure for cancer. The girls felt this was a great organization to help since cancer has hit our soccer family on several occasions. Coach Sid Young was our true inspiration since he is a cancer survivor himself. His shirt read...."My Soccer Chicks Kick Cancer." Emarie Skelton raised the most money with collecting $450. With Jaynee Campbell raising $265 and Jordan Murray raising $226. The team name was "Soccer Chicks Kick Cancer." The team would like to thank Anderson Lawn Care for sponsoring our team and donating the registration fee, as well as, George Brennan for purchasing the t-shirts and decorations for our camp site. While at the event the girls also won the best camp site.

Lady Comets soccer awards

ALL DISTRICT AND AWARD WINNERS - Here are the all-district and some major award winners from the Comet varsity girls' soccer banquet. From left, first row, Jaynee Campbell, all-district (honorable mention); Liz Stanger, all-district (HM) and coaches award winner; Sarah Rosche, first team all-district and four-year offensive MVP. Second row, C.A. Nichols, captains award and HM all-district; Megan Rosche, defensive MVP and second-team all-district. Third row from bottom, Emarie Skelton, HM all-district and heart award winner and Wishee Marable, HM all-district and bruiser award winner. Top row, Kelsey Thompson, HM all-district and McCoy Newton, HM all-district and most improved award winner. Nia Brown (not pictured) was second team all-district and also won the golden gloves award for her work as goalkeeper. Brittany Roberts (not pictured) was rookie of the year. (Submitted photo)

Bagbey named player of the year

Justin Bagbey has been named the Independent Collegiate Athletic Association’s player of the year after his freshman campaign at Chowan University.

Comet softball awards

TOP AWARD WINNERS - The team award winners for the HCHS varsity softball program are, from left, Betty Rose, highest batting average; Stephanie Clark, MVP; Jessie Bagbey, Comet spirit award; and Kim Snead, sportsmanship award. The Comets finished 15-8 and reached the Northwest Regional semifinals before losing to Battlefield.

Bagbey named to N.C. team

He may have competed in his first ever collegiate varsity sport this past spring, but freshmen Justin Bagbey put up veteran numbers for the Chowan University Hawks baseball team this season.

Comet football boosters to meet

The Comet Football Boosters will meet on Thursday, June 11, at 6 p.m. at the football stadium. Parents and friends of all rising 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders are urged to attend. Topics of discussion will include preparation for the upcoming football season. Our football team needs your support!

HCHS sports camps schedule

HCHS baseball honors

HCHS BASEBALL AWARDS - The top three varsity baseball awards were presented Monday night at Italian Delight, capping off the Comets' season. From left, offensive award winner Kyle Long (.422 batting average, 17 RBI, 18 runs scored); MVP Tyler Lewis, also the player of the year in the Western Valley district (7-1, 63 strikeouts, 0.95 ERA) and defensive award winner Kaleb Long. (.978 fielding percentage).

Top athletes named at HCHS

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR - Betty Rose, a standout senior athlete at HCHS, was named the female athlete of the year yesterday. Rose is headed to play softball at Virginia Tech as an invited walk-on. Shown from left, HCHS athletics director Allen Lawter, Rose and HCHS principal Albert Randolph.

CO-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR - HCHS named its co-male athletes of the year yesterday. Three-sport standouts Richie Wright and Tyler Lewis received the honors. From left, Michaeleen Palmore, Wright, HCHS athletic director Allen Lawter, Lewis, and HCHS principal Albert Randolph.

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