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 girls’ basketball team earned three wins on the hardwood last week including a 53-34 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 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.
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…
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.
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 Mecklenburg County Dixie Boys Pre Majors dominated the Virginia State Tournament held at Parker Park this weekend. The team went into the championship game against Charlotte County with an undefeated record of 2-0. They continued their streak with impressive batting, including a home run…
While not the ending they had hoped for, the South Hill All-Stars put together a great run in the Virginia Babe Ruth 16-18 year-old state tournament finishing as the runner-up after falling 9-1 to Southwestern Youth on Tuesday night at Parker Park in the title round. South Hill finished the …
Brodnax celebrates native Keldon Johnson's selection as the first round pick of the San Antonio Spurs in the 2019 NBA draft. Pictured, left to right, are Johnson's sister, Krislyn Johnson; father, Chris Johnson, and mother, Rochelle Johnson; Brodnax Mayor Don Dugger; Vice Mayor Mitchell Mose…
The South Hill All-Stars cruised past Nottoway 12-7 to capture the Babe Ruth 13-15 year-old District 2 tournament title on Sunday afternoon at Lunenburg HS.
DISTRICT 2 CHAMPIONS - The South Hill All-Stars got a complete game from Jayce Parrish and topped the Halifax Nationals 2-1 to capture the Dixie Youth District 2 Minors championship in Emporia tonight and earn a bid to the state tournament. Ethen Murray's RBI single scored Jake Wesson in the…
Jake Wesson hit a walk off 2-run homer in the bottom of the sixth on Monday night to help South Hill earn a thrilling come-from-behind 11-10 victory over Brunswick in an elimination game in the Dixie Youth District 2 Minors tournament in Emporia.
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 all-stars topped Clarksville 13-12 in eight innings in an elimination game on Sunday night to stay alive in the Dixie Youth Coach Pitch District 2 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.
The Park View High School varsity softball team got its second straight shutout in the Group 3, Region A tournament from senior pitcher Emma Jo Wolfe to top Tabb HS 4-0 on Friday and earn its first state tournament berth since 2016.
The top-seeded Park View High School varsity baseball team overcame an early 2-0 deficit to score four runs in the fifth inning and hang on for a thrilling 4-3 victory over fifth-seeded Colonial Heights HS on Friday to earn a date in the Class 3, Region A title game.
The Park View High School boys’ soccer team, the Tri-Rivers District regular season champions, captured the district tournament title with a 3-0 win over Windsor HS at Bunny’s Field on Thursday evening.
The top-seeded Park View High School varsity baseball team, the Tri-Rivers District regular season champions, scored two runs early and held off second-seeded Southampton HS 2-1 in the district tournament title game on Thursday afternoon at Dragon Field.
The Park View High School varsity softball team rebounded from an early season loss to Southampton HS to win its final three games and capture the Tri-Rivers District regular season title.
The Park View High School varsity baseball team put the exclamation mark on the Tri-Rivers District regular season title by winning their final four games last week by a combined 76-0 score.
The Park View High School varsity baseball team continued its super 2019 campaign with three wins on the diamond last week after topping Brunswick HS 14-4 on Thursday for Senior Night.
BIG GAME - Park View JV pitcher Alex Townsend pitched a strong game and got plenty of support from his teammates as the Baby Dragons trounced visiting Southampton 11-1 on Monday at Dragon Field in a Tri-Rivers District contest.
The Park View High School varsity baseball team improved to 12-1 on the season with three wins last week, including a 10-0 victory over Sussex-Central HS in six innings on Thursday.
After dropping its first game of the season in Tri-Rivers District play, the Park View High School varsity softball team rebounded to split a pair of games in doubleheader action against Nottoway HS last Friday afternoon.
It was a battle of unbeaten Dragons’ teams on Monday night, but the home standing Park View High School boys team came out on top after dispatching Appomattox Regional Governor’s School 2-1 in a Tri-Rivers District match at Bunny’s Field.
The Park View High School varsity baseball team dropped its first game of the season on Friday afternoon in the first game of a doubleheader against Nottoway HS.
The Park View High School varsity baseball team swept a pair of games from visiting Windsor HS on Thursday in South Hill to remain unbeaten as Dragons’ pitcher Justyn Hudson was credited with both wins on the mound.
The Park View High School varsity softball team fell behind 10-0 before making a furious comeback to earn a thrilling 11-10 win over visiting Windsor HS on Thursday afternoon in South Hill.
There was no shortage of smiles at Brunswick Academy on Friday night as a capacity crowd welcomed the ACC stars who came to town for the 2019 ACC Barnstorming Tour.
BATTLIN’ – Park View’s Britani Hayes battles with a Bluestone HS defender for possession of the ball in action from the Lady Barons’ 4-0 win in South Hill last week. The loss dropped the Lady Dragons to 1-3-1 on the campaign.