Terrell Washington lay spread out on the grass at Brookville's Stinger Stadium on Friday night and soaked in the moment.
The Lady Govs volleyball squad showed its strength last week by winning all three games, including a pair of Dogwood District victories.
BEDFORD — To understand the resolve Liberty players have developed so far this season, look no further than Trey Jenkins and Kentrell Evans.
"We can't come out slow," Johnson said with the resolve of someone sick of losing games. "Because last year we came out slow and let people smack us in the mouth. We don't let anybody do that anymore. We're coming out ready to play every game."
Less than 24 hours after Staunton River announced its home game scheduled for Friday against the Cavaliers would be postponed because of COVID-19 protocols, Forest picked up a new opponent.
Brannon Adams took sixth place at the Class 4 state championships and was JF's first finisher that day. He also posted the area's best time in the regular season.
E.C. Glass boys team of Spencer Knight and Wolfgang Ploch and the girls team of Megan Knight and Grayson Laughon both won their state doubles semifinals matches on Thursday.
The Govs soccer team, coming off its first loss of the season last week to Dan River, battled the Raiders last Friday and won the match 2-1 in…
Dean and the Hornets, ranked fourth in the nation, hope they’re not done making noise yet.
The Amherst B-Team football squad ended its season recently with a 22-16 loss to Liberty Christian Academy, giving the youngest Lancers a 1-4 record.
Leftwich was razor-sharp, cutting his way to the basket, slicing by the Spotswood defense and carving out a piece of history as LCA advanced to the state tourney for the second straight year with a 79-53 win over Spotswood in the Region 3C finals.
ALTAVISTA — 1. Play aggressive. 2. Play smart. 3. Play with confidence.
Wood was a versatile standout who played quarterback, wide receiver, tight end and outside linebacker in his time at Glass, and also helped the Hilltoppers lacrosse and basketball teams find success.
As a teenager during World War II, Jim Cornog lived through experiences that most people only hear about. Now 94, the Navy veteran also learne…