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Sentara Halifax Regional tightens visitor rules as COVID cases rise

Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital in South Boston on Tuesday announced tightened visitation rules at the hospital as the area witnesses a rise in COVID-19.

State Parks hits snags with bridge repair work

Rotted railroad ties slow down construction project

Teachers, students pan HCHS’s poor condition

‘More like a cave than a building,’ although others point to lagging maintenance


From Chase City ballfields to MLB riser

Kahlil Watson, first round pick of Miami Marlins, signs $4.5M deal and reports to Florida on his journey from Dixie ball to Major Leagues





Numbers improve as Comets prepare for Aug. 27 opener

‘We feel like we’re on solid ground’ – Senseney

With practice under way, Comets looking to boost football numbers

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Wrecking Crew flag football game plans expand


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Andrew Abbott
Abbott selected in second round by Cincinnati in 53rd pick overall; ‘first step of living a dream’

Conditioning for fall begins

Comet baseball had solid season

Agony of defeat

South Boston News
The state title hopes of the Comet baseball team were dashed in the first round of the VHSL Class 4 tournament Wednesday night in heartbreaking fashion. A valiant effort by starting pitcher Jaxon Lloyd (shown above in earlier action) was for naught as the Comets and the Broad Run High School Spartans battled to an extra inning tie, 2-2, after the Comets scored in the seventh to knot up the ball game. In the bottom of the 11th inning, the Spartans loaded the bases with none out, and pitching standout Leo Noblin, on the mound in relief, uncorked a ball that hit the Broad Run batter and forced in the winning run. The Spartans won 3-2 to advance in VHSL postseason play and end the Comets’ season. (David Conner II photo)
Comets come up short in nailbiter


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Top, Gavin Colwell’s reacts after his first inning triple that provided the run needed to beat Jefferson Forest Thursday and put the Comets back into the state baseball tournament. Above, coach Kenneth Day is the first to reach pitcher Leo Noblin after the last out of Thursday's game. Noblin pitched the complete game, earning the win. (David Conner II photos
Comets punch ticket to Class 4 state tournament with 1-0 victory over Jefferson Forest Thursday

Comet softball season ends with 4-2 loss to Jefferson Forest

South Boston News

Comet track concludes season with presence in Class 4 championships

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