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Top, Emma Payne dives for the ball in the Junior Piedmont District championship game at HCMS Tuesday. Above, Mia Lewis gets under the ball. (David Conner II photos)
Third straight year Halifax has won district title

Lady Lions open with 47-32 win

LIONS ACTION - Halifax County Middle School Lady Lion Alexia Tucker makes a good offensive move against Bonner. The girls won their season opener 47-32. (David Conner II photo)
The Halifax County Middle School girls basketball team opened its season with a 47-32 win over Bonner Thursday. Coach James Smith celebrated another successful opener with another sparkling defensive effort. Bonner was limited to only two first period field goals and five overall in the first half.

Lions drop disappointing opener, fall to Bonner

W.J. Long and the Halifax County Middle School boys’ basketball team had a disappointing opener Thursday, losing to Bonner, 46-43.

Lady Lions young, inexperienced

Members of the Halifax County Middle School girls basketball team include, from left, first row, Ada Logan, Alexia Tucker, Quinshala Medley, Nyjah Torain and Timonee McCargo. Second row, Amber Harris, Lakia Martin, Mandria Brandon, Lucy Morrison, Mecca Carter and Janiyah Logan. Third row, coach James Smith, Brianna Cunningham, Whitney White, Brittani Boxley and assistant coaches Rebecca Goelz and Shareon Smith.
The Halifax County Middle School girls basketball team should be very competitive again. But coach James Smith has some hurdles to overcome.

Long ready to lead Lions

Members of the Halifax County Middle School Lions boys basketball team include, from left, first row, Deshane Davis, Trelanne Johnson, Keyshawn Johnson, Brandon Fountain, Aubrey Jordan and Will Miller. Second row, Donta Crews, Jawon Jackson, Jerry Lennon, Shyquan Lambert, Truman Brown and Tymeak Brandon. Third row, coach W.J. Long, Tyler Stephens, James Burden, Felix Scott, Kelonte Gutrich and coach Justin Saunders. Not pictured, Tavion Petty.
W.J. Long takes over for the very successful Mike Hailey as the head coach for the Halifax County Middle School boys’ basketball team, and already, the new Lions’ coach sees some major positives.

HCMS soccer has respectable season

Lady Lions coach’s report

The Halifax County Middle School Lions Volleyball team lost its final match of the season Tuesday against the Bluestone Middle School Trojans:

Lions play Powhatan in soccer tournament

The HCMS soccer team gets under way with Middle School tournament play tomorrow, on the road against Powhatan.

Lady Lions drop Nottoway

The Lady Lions volleyball team won its match Tuesday against the Nottoway Middle School Wildcats 3-0. Game scores were 25-13, 25-12 and 15-13. “The team came out ready to play against Nottoway. Game one showed good serving and once the girls settled down, their passes became more controlled,” said coach Jennifer Trent.

Lions top Park View in soccer

The HCMS soccer team sailed to a 3-1 win over Park View Middle on Tuesday.

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Comets prep for season with scrimmage play

Comets prep for season with scrimmage play

Ready for some round ball

Potential positives predicted for Comets

Halifax loses Franklin, moves down in classification next year

Italian Delight continues to lead standings

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