CHATHAM, Va. — Chatham High School’s varsity baseball team won the Region 2C championship last week.
DANVILLE, Va. — The 20th annual Run for Justice was held June 12 along the Riverwalk Trail at Angler's Park. Event organizers announced the top finishers in the kids' 2K, 5K run and walk, and 10K race.
CHATHAM, Va. — Spurred by Christian “Rudy” Lancaster’s first-inning three-run homer, the Chatham High nine powered their way to victory over the Nelson County Govs, 7-3, Tuesday evening at Chatham High School.
DRY FORK, Va. — Tunstall hosted No. 5 seed Lord Botetourt in what began as a pitcher’s duel in a Region 3D quarterfinal matchup on Monday night. The Trojans took the 5-1 win after scoring three in the third inning.
APPOMATTOX, Va. — Despite weather delays and running the last three races in a downpour, the Region 2C Track championships were held on Thursday, June 10 at Appomattox County High School.
Despite a late fifth inning rally, Tunstall softball concluded their season in a quarterfinal loss at Lord Botetourt in Class 3 Region D action. Botetourt was the #3 seed in the region coming out of the Blue Ridge District. Tunstall finished the season 6-5 and tied for second in the Piedmont…
DANVILLE, Va. — With the Appalachian League season i n full swing, the Danville Otterbots are thrilled to add two additional high-level baseball games to the 2021 schedule.
CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. — The Tunstall Trojans boys' track team put its undefeated record on the line as it traveled to Christiansburg High School to compete in the Region D regional track meet.
BLAIRS, Va. — Southside Soccer Club reached an agreement on Tuesday, June 1, to partner with North Carolina Triad Fusion (NC Fusion) as an affiliate club.
The Tunstall JV baseball and softball teams finished the regular season on Tuesday, June 9 with home losses against Halifax. The JV softball team fell 5-10 and the JV baseball team lost 0-10. Halifax, a Class 4 size school, proved to be a difficult opponent for Class 3 Tunstall all year.
Tunstall baseball had a 2-0 week as they inch closer to a potential first place finish in the Piedmont District regular season that will wrap up on Wednesday, June 9.
RINGGOLD, Va. — Dan River's Spring sports teams concluded their regular season this week. The Wildcats' track teams will now prepare for Regionals, set for June 10. However, the other teams have to wait another week as the Region 2C tournaments for baseball, softball, and boys soccer won't s…
ALTON, Va. — Top-level sports car racing returned to beautiful and world-renowned Virginia International Raceway this past weekend...with spectators!
The Tunstall softball team faced another tough game against Patrick County where they fell 9-12 on Tuesday, May 25 in a late inning rally by the Cougars.
DRY FORK, Va. — Streamers, posters and balloons lined the fencing and bleachers as proud families, friends and teammates celebrate Tunstall girls’ soccer seniors Evelyn Balderamma, Madison Branton, Lily Chaney, Abigail Childress, Riley Mills, Kara Searcy and Pierson Turner on May 25.
DANVILLE, Va. — Competitive, experienced, dedicated—in some ways, Alyssa Veasey might seem like the prototypical college athlete. But her path to playing college soccer has been anything but typical.
RINGGOLD, Va. — Dan River's dynamic duo of Robert Carter Jr. and Jorden Price will continue their football careers together as they signed their letter of intent to attend UVA-Wise on Thursday.
DANVILLE, Va. — With baseball set to return to Danville next Thursday on Appalachian League Opening Night, the Otterbots are thrilled to announce the complete 2021 coaching staff.
DRY FORK, Va. — Jenna Rudder Poteat is serving in her first year as head coach of the Tunstall Softball program. She is only the third coach to do so in the history of the program and the first woman to lead the Trojans on the diamond.
Gretna teens swept the top three spots at the inaugural Teen Bass Association tournament, which was held at Smith Mountain Lake on Sunday, May 23.
The Tunstall track team traveled to Halifax County High School for a district meet May 19, marking the third time the Trojans competed against their Piedmont District rivals this season.
Colin Moore threw a Tuesday night two-hitter against Patrick County in a 2-1 narrow victory that brings the Trojans to a 6-1 record and still in a tie for 1st place in the Piedmont District.
In their first extra innings contest, Tunstall softball found a way out of one bad inning to secure a 10-9 Tuesday night victory against Patrick County. The Trojans followed that up on Friday with a 10-3 win at Magna Vista.
Chatham High School’s varsity baseball team won both of their games last week. Chatham beat Appomattox 10-4 last Wednesday. Matt Arnold struck out eight batters in four innings of work. Carrington Aaron came on in relief and surrendered one run in three innings. Aaron was two for three at th…
Tunstall softball dropped below .500 on the season with a second loss to Halifax on Friday, May 14. The Comets scored early and often, tallying 14 total hits, in the 1-13 loss.
Friday night’s 1-0 loss against Halifax was a pitcher’s duel. Giving up one earned run in the second inning, Raymond Ladd recorded the hard fought loss. Jaxon Lloyd threw a no-hitter for Halifax recording 12 strikeouts as the Comets join Tunstall in a first place tie in the Piedmont District…
BLAIRS, Va. — Most student-athletes sign with their dream university from a high school auditorium, but one homeschooled athlete from Mt. Hermon has navigated his own way to the collegiate level.
Dan River's boys and girls track won their third meet of the season as they competed against Nelson County, Altavista, and Appomattox on Thursday at Appomattox County High School. DR's boys won six events while the Lady Wildcats took first place in five events.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (MLB) — Appalachian League officials honored former president Lee Landers after he passed away of natural causes Monday at the age of 83.
The Trojans traveled to Magna Vista May 13 for their second track meet of the season. The meet featured Piedmont District teams such as Magna Vista, Halifax, Patrick County, George Washington and Bassett.
Dan River’s varsity softball team rebounded from their first defeat of the season to take down Nelson County, Altavista, and Gretna last week. With the victories, the Lady Wildcats are 6-1 as they enter the second half of the shorten season.