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Appomattox County’s defense and special teams came up with several huge plays as the Wildcats suffered their first Dogwood District defeat 54-19 Friday night at Bragg Stadium. 

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Chatham High School’s varsity football team turned the ball over three times as Nelson County capitalized on the turnovers to beat the Cavaliers 35-19, Friday night on the road in Nelson County.  Chatham took the opening drive into the red zone, but fumbled the ball after a completed pass.  …

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Before the George Washington High School Eagles faced the Halifax County Comets Friday, Oct. 18, the visitors concession stand was dedicated in memory of Harrison “Bubba” Brown.

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The Danville Braves donated over $2,600 to the United Way of Danville-Pittsylvania County and the Danville-Pittsylvania Cancer Association from fundraisers during the 2019 season. 

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During Averett University’s 2019 Homecoming festivities this past weekend, the University honored six alumni with Distinguished Alumni and Service Awards and induct five alumni into the Athletics Hall of Fame in a special ceremony at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Pritchett Auditorium …

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The G.W. Eagles beat Halifax 62-27 Friday, Oct. 18 at J.T. Christopher Stadium. Wesley Graves broke a touchdown record previously held by former Virginia Tech and New York Giants player David Wilson. For more, see the Oct. 23 edition of the Chatham Star-Tribune. 

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Chatham High School’s varsity football team defeated William Campbell 36-35 last Friday.  The first half belonged to William Campbell.  Chatham’s defense came up with some timely stops as the offense struggled.  William Campbell put up 15 points in the first half despite being turned away fr…

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Trailing Nelson County 36-21 early in the second half, Dan River fought back and behind a career night by sophomore running back Nasir Coles, the Wildcats scored the final 19 points of the contest to pull out a 41-36 victory on Homecoming Friday. 

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The G.W. Eagles showed no evidence of an emotional hangover, one week after a tough home loss to their arch-rivals.

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The Gretna Hawks’ football team lost to Appomattox last Friday.

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Iconic movies like “Rudy” highlight a story we all love; the non-gifted athlete with a champion’s work ethic who ends up being rewarded for his efforts. 

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LOVINGSTON - The Gretna Hawks’ football team had a successful road trip Friday. The Hawks defeated the Nelson County Governors, 67-20, with several big runs from their ground attack.

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Chatham High School’s varsity volleyball team defeated Altavista in five sets.  The Cavaliers lost set one and set three, and won sets two, four, and five.  Jahna Waters had two aces, 22 digs, and 16 assists.  Katie Moore had three aces, 14 digs, and 10 assists.  Hannah Goins had 14 digs, tw…

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For a long time, Dan River football has been known to be a running team. However, “Air Ringgold” took off last week against Chatham and continued this past Friday as the Wildcats faced William Campbell on the Generals’ homecoming night. Junior quarterback Tracy Glass had a career night as he…

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Lynchburg's E.C. Glass appeared shatterproof at J.T. Christopher Stadium Friday night, Oct. 4 in Danville with a 49-15 win over the Eagles.

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Due to being given incorrect information, the Gretna High School Junior Varsity Football team photograph was featured in the 2019 fall sports tab with incorrect names. 

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Both teams were coming off of bye weeks.  One looked well-rested and sharp, the other looked like there was plenty of rust left to shake off.

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Tracy Glass threw for four touchdowns, three to Robert Carter, as Dan River took down Chatham 34-20 on Friday in Ringgold. The win moved the Wildcats to 3-2 on season, while the Cavaliers suffered their first defeat of the season. It also marked the 13 consecutive victories by the Wildcats o…

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Westover Christian Academy soccer took a 9-1 victory over Halifax Christian to earn their seventh straight victory.  

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Despite taking set one from Nelson County, the Dan River volleyball team would drop the next three sets as they were defeated by the Governors 3-1 on Tuesday. 

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The Gretna Hawks’ football team had a big win over William Campbell last week.

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Dan River had two quarterbacks throw for over 100 yards as the Wildcats took down Martinsville 32-12 on Saturday afternoon at Ed Greene Stadium. The Wildcats led 16-12 at halftime and proceeded to shut out the Bulldogs 

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Defending Sartomer Arkema 5K race winner Caleb Wright won the race again Saturday, Sept. 14 with an overall time of 16 minutes and 32 seconds. 

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In week two, GW running back Wesley Graves tied his personal best with a five-touchdown performance against Amherst County. Last Friday, he did himself one better.

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Gretna residents now have a new fitness opportunity available to them: boxing. 

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Westover varsity soccer captured a 6-1 victory over Timberlake at home Tuesday evening.The victory places Westover at 7-3 on the season, and 6-2 in the conference.Westover has now won five straight games.The bulldogs were led by senior captain Justin Oakes who scored his 18th and 19th goals …

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After a nightmarish start to their 2019 home opener, the GW Eagles settled down Friday and steamrolled the Amherst County Lancers in the second half, winning 55-29.

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Chatham High School’s varsity football team beat Randolph Henry 50-26.  Quarterback Ethan Reynolds was 19 of 36 for 252 yards and three touchdowns.  Reynolds carried the ball 11 times for 102 yards and a rushing touchdown.  Michael Gunnell scored three touchdowns in three different ways.  Gu…

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The Lady Trojans won both matches this week against Chatham and Dan River. This leaves them with a record of 4-0.

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Galileo Magnet High School’s cross country teams competed in the Knight’s Crossing Invitational hosted by Cave Spring High School this past Saturday at Green Hill Park in Salem.  Competing in the high school events were 85+ high schools, 860 boys, and 594 girls.  The schedule is broken into …