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Charreko Walker, pictured talking with Jermonta James during the regional title game against John Marshall HS, was recently named the Class 2, Group A boys regional basketball Coach of the Year. (Dennis Smith)

Coming off of a Class 3 state quarterfinal berth last season, the Park View High School varsity softball team is a much younger squad this season but still with a lot of talent.

The last two days in Virginia have moved very quickly. As the COVID-19 situation has changed hourly throughout the world, country and Commonwealth, our national and state leaders have reacted and made decisions in reaction to the situation. On Thursday, Governor Northam declared a State of E…

The Brunswick High School varsity boys’ basketball team tied the score at 70 with 1:09 to play on Friday night but Region B champion East Rockingham HS got a trey from Cooper Keyes and ended the game on a 7-0 run to claim a 77-70 victory in a VHSL Class 2 state tournament quarterfinal game a…

The Park View High School boys’ soccer team returns only two seniors but as usual have some talented underclassmen on the roster.

Coming off of a Class 3 state tournament appearance last season, the Park View High School baseball team is looking to continue its strong play on the diamond this season.

The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team let a double-digit lead get away from them in the final 10 minutes and fell 80-73 to visiting Thomas Nelson CC in Lawrenceville on Saturday afternoon.

The second-seeded Brunswick High School varsity boys’ basketball team came out on fire on Thursday night and cruised past third-seeded Park View HS 86-61in a Tri-Rivers District tournament semifinal contest in Lawrenceville.

The top-seeded Surry HS varsity girls’ basketball team jumped out to a huge lead early and cruised past second-seeded Park View HS 63-29 in the Tri-Rivers District tournament title game on Saturday evening at Southampton HS.

Trailing 27-22 at the half, the Park View High School varsity girls’ basketball team opened the third quarter on a 15-2 run to pull away for a 65-53 win over Franklin HS on Senior Night last Wednesday.

The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team avenged an earlier season loss to Southampton HS with a 69-57 victory on the road on Monday night in the regular season finale.

The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team used a 14-2 run early in the fourth quarter to pull away from a pesky Franklin HS team for a 57-42 win on Senior Night last Wednesday.

Coming off of a loss at Brunswick HS last Wednesday night, the Park View High School varsity girls’ basketball team rebounded by cruising past Windsor HS 55-20 at home on Friday night.

The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team has been a squad on the rise over the past several weeks and the Dragons rode that momentum to a 78-66 victory over Brunswick HS in Lawrenceville last Wednesday night.

The Park View High School boys’ junior varsity team won a pair of games on the hardwood last week to improve to 7-2 on the season.

The Park View High School varsity girls’ basketball team continued its great play following the holiday break by picking up two wins on the hardwood last week including a 36-30 road win over Southampton HS on Friday.

The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team got the second half of the season off to a good start in their first game of the New Year but could not keep the momentum going on Friday evening, falling 84-74 at home against Southampton HS.

The Park View High School varsity basketball team hung on down the stretch for a 59-54 win over cross-county rival Bluestone HS on Friday night in Skipwith.

The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team jumped out to a 7-2 lead in the first three minutes on Monday night and cruised past Windsor HS 71-27 in the season opener.

Coming off of a season when they posted the most wins in school history, the Park View High School girls’ varsity basketball team is looking to keep building and improving this season.

The Park View High School varsity football team had a total of four players named to the         Tri-Rivers District first team.

Third-year Park View High School varsity basketball coach Danny Watkins likes what he has seen out of his young team early in pre-season work.

The 2019 Bluestone High School football season has officially ended. Bluestone Athletic Director Justin Kirkland released a statement this afternoon that goes into detail about the circumstances that led to Bluestone cancelling their season finale tonight at Goochland High School. You can re…

The Virginia Squires took first place in the Top Gun Trucker Hat Tournament played in Apex, NC. The tournament was set to be two days but was changed to one day after heavy rains. The Squires outscored their opponents 16-6 with the 6 runs allowed being the fewest given up in the eight team f…

The Brunswick High School junior varsity football team scored 10 points in the final 14 seconds of the first half and held off Park View for a 16-8 victory on Thursday night in Lawrenceville.

The visiting Sussex-Central Tigers spoiled homecoming night for Park View by earning a hard-fought 34-29 victory on Friday night.

 Jackson Moseley and his twin sister Kelsey Moseley both qualified for their respective VHSL state tournaments at the recent 3A regional golf tournament played at Bide-A-Wee Golf Club in Portsmouth. Jackson Moseley, who finished tied for fifth on the All-Tournament team, was the first indivi…

The Park View High School varsity volleyball team topped Southampton HS 3-1 on Thursday night to stay perfect in Tri-Rivers District play.

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On Wednesday night the Park View Middle School Cougars took on the Bluestone Trojans in their 2019 homecoming game. Park View was off to a great start with an interception from Jeffrey Coleman that set up the first touchdown of the game. A 45 yard punt return from Damarius Bowden followed by…

The Park View High School golf team made a good showing in the Tri-Rivers District tournament to finish second last week after also finishing second during the regular season.

The Park View High School junior varsity football team put up a valiant fight in its home opener on Thursday evening but fell 10-6 to Halifax County to fall to 0-2 on the young season.

The Park View High School varsity football team dropped its first contest of the season 34-14 at Halifax County, a Class 4 foe, on Friday night.

Coming off of the first undefeated district campaign in school history, the Park View High School varsity football team is much younger this season but looking to continue the success it found last year.

The Park View High School boys’ cross-country team had a good first week, finishing first in a meet at Halifax County and second in a meet at Greensville.

The Park View Dragons varsity football team is scheduled to hit the road on Friday night to play cross-county rival Bluestone HS in the annual “King of the County” contest.

SAFE AT THE HOT CORNER – Cameron Sheets was safe on this slide into third base in action from Mecklenburg’s 10-1 win over Charlotte County in the Dixie Pre-Majors state tournament at Parker Park.

Pitcher Justyn Hudson closed out the game.

The South Hill All-Stars fell to Emporia for the second time in three nights on Sunday to be eliminated from the Dixie Youth District 2 O-Zone tournament at Parker Park.

The South Hill Dixie Youth organization has closed out the regular season and is looking ahead to the all-star tournaments. Closing ceremonies were held last week on Thursday and Friday evenings, which included the announcement of this year’s winners of the J. L. Piercy Sportsmanship Award.