The South Hill All-Stars overcame an opening day loss to eventual state champion Lunenburg to win two straight elimination games and advance to the Final Four before falling 6-3 to Lunenburg last Tuesday night in the Virginia Dixie Youth Division 2 Minor League state tournament in Madison Heights.
USA Basketball announced last week that former Park View High School standout and San Antonio Spurs second-year guard Keldon Johnson has been named to the 2021 U.S. Olympic men’s basketball roster.
The Mecklenburg All-Stars are quickly becoming a dynasty in Dixie Boys Majors baseball in our part of the country as they captured their fourth straight Virginia state championship with a 9-1 win over Halifax in South Hill last Tuesday night.
The South Hill All-Stars are headed to the Dixie Youth World Series for the first time in 48 years after capturing a thrilling 5-4 victory over Amherst in the Virginia Dixie Youth Division 2 O-Zone state tournament last Tuesday in Madison Heights.
Although South Hill had been close several times before, the 1973 Dixie Youth Majors baseball team was the first from our local franchise to win a Virginia state championship and advance to the World Series.
The Brunswick All-Stars rebounded from an opening day loss to win two straight before falling 18-3 to undefeated Lunenburg to be eliminated from the Virginia Dixie Youth Coach Pitch state tournament on Monday night in Powhatan.
Congrats to Park View alum and San Antonio Spurs small forward Keldon Johnson who was promoted over the weekend from the Select team to the Team USA men’s basketball team.
The South Hill All-Stars won their first two games in the Virginia Dixie Youth O-Zone Division 2 state tournament and played Tuesday night needing only one win in the championship round against Amherst to claim a championship.
Behind strong pitching and some hot bats, Mecklenburg won a pair of games over Madison Heights on Saturday to capture the Virginia Dixie Baseball Pre-Majors state championship in South Hill.
The South Hill All-Stars got off to a good start by shellacking Dinwiddie in their opener in the Babe Ruth 13-15 year-old District 2 tournament on Thursday evening but dropped a pair of games on Saturday afternoon to Lunenburg and Dinwiddie to be eliminated.
Hardee Ford in South Hill is hosting Palmer Springs superstar and professional softball player Odicci “CC” Alexander for a meet and greet on July 3 from 1-2 p.m. at the dealership on West Danville Street.
The South Hill Ponytails captured their first two games in the Dixie Softball District 1 tournament over the weekend in Farmville to move into the driver’s seat in their quest for a state tournament berth.
The South Hill Darlings were eliminated from the Dixie Softball District 1 tournament in Farmville on Sunday afternoon after falling to Clarksville by a 16-9 score.
Former Park View HS superstar Odicci “CC” Alexander continues to gain accolades for her sensational play in the NCAA Women’s College World Series as she learned last week she is a finalist for an Excellence in Sports Performance Award (ESPY) in the category of Women’s Best College Athlete.
The top-seeded Park View High School boys soccer team cruised by eighth-seeded Lakeland HS 8-0 on Monday evening in South Hill in a VHSL Class 3, Region A quarterfinal contest.
The second-seeded Park View High School softball team crushed seventh-seeded Phoebus HS 18-4 in five innings on Monday evening in a 3A regional quarterfinal contest in South Hill.
The third time did not prove to be the charm as the sixth-seeded Park View High School varsity baseball team saw its season come to an end after falling 7-1 at third-seeded Southampton HS on Monday afternoon in a 3A regional quarterfinal contest.
It has been more than a week since local star Odicci “CC” Alexander and the James Madison University softball team were eliminated from the NCAA Women’s College World Series in the semifinals, but the excitement and memories from their incredible run are still being celebrated far and wide.
The announcers on ESPN called James Madison University’s 4-3 eight-inning win over No. 1 Oklahoma on Friday in the 2021 Women’s College Softball World Series the biggest upset in college softball in the last 30 years.
Former Park View High School standout and Palmer Springs native Odicci Alexander instantly became one of the most recognized college athletes in the country after her outstanding play over the past week for James Madison University in the NCAA Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City, O…
The regular season did not end the way the Park View High School varsity baseball team had hoped after falling 5-4 in eight innings at home to Windsor HS last Tuesday evening in South Hill.
The James Madison University softball team behind the sensational play of former Park View HS standout Odicci Alexander is headed to the NCAA College Softball World Series for the first time in program history.
Former Park View High School standout Keldon Johnson recently completed a fantastic second season playing for the San Antonio Spurs in the National Baseball Association.
Coming off of a 14-4 loss at Randolph Henry, the Park View JV baseball team earned a bit of revenge against visiting Roanoke Rapids (NC) by dueling to a 2-2 tie on Thursday evening. The game was called after the sixth inning since both coaches had agreed to a two-hour time limit prior to the…
The Park View High School varsity baseball team opened last week with a dominating win over Franklin HS on Senior Night but dropped a pair of contests to end the week, including a 10-5 loss at Southampton HS on Thursday.
The Park View High School varsity softball team had no trouble scoring runs in two games late last week but ended up dropping both after falling 15-14 to the Lady Patriots Home School on the road Thursday.
It has been a tough time around the homestead recently as my family had to say goodbye to our beloved Lucy, a beautiful black and white Shih Tzu, who was just two weeks short of her 14th birthday.
The Park View High School junior varsity baseball team dropped its first game of the season on Thursday evening, falling 18-3 at Roanoke Rapids (NC) in five innings in a non-district contest.
Former Park View HS standout Justyn Hudson earned his first collegiate win on Sunday afternoon in Concord University’s 10-9 win over Glenville State. The freshman came in with two outs in the sixth and got the final out and retired the side in order in the seventh. The victory earned Concord…
The Park View High School varsity baseball team cruised past Greensville HS 26-1 on Monday afternoon in Emporia in a Tri-Rivers District contest to improve to 4-2 on the season.
The Park View High School varsity baseball team got back on the winning track last Wednesday evening on the road by topping Warren County (NC) for the second time this season 15-9 in a non-district contest.
Former Park View HS pitcher Jefferson Barmoy, left, and two of his teammates pose with the hardware after Bluefield State College topped Xavier (LA) 7-2 in the HBCU World Series for small schools on Saturday in Montgomery, Alabama. Bluefield State went 4-1 in the tournament on the way to the…