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The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team returned from the holiday break and split a pair of games over the weekend.

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches and their stories through the years. This is story No. 70 in the…

The Brunswick High School boys’ varsity basketball team played hard but went 0-3 last week against some good competition in the Tri-City Holiday Classic which was played at Petersburg and Hopewell High Schools.

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(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches and their stories through the years. This is story No. 69 in the…

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes, coaches, support personnel and their stories through the years. This is sto…

As widely expected, it was announced last week that the new Mecklenburg County High School will become a member of the VHSL Piedmont District when the new consolidated school opens in the fall.

These Park View High School football players recently volunteered at the South Hill Bread Box to help the local community during the Christmas holidays. Pictured from the left are Nyziah Jeffers, Malachi Harris, DeAndre Watson, Kawon “Kool Aid” White, Tyler Bishop, Shakim Harrison, Anthony D…

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches and their stories through the years. This is story No. 68 in the…

The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team stayed unbeaten in the Tri-Rivers District standings by rolling past visiting Brunswick HS 67-50 on Friday night in front of a sold-out crowd in South Hill.

Although it is still early in the high-school hoops season, there are some big games on tap in the Tri-Rivers District this week.

The Park View High School varsity girls’ basketball team overcame two losses to start the season by capturing a 35-34 thriller over Sussex-Central HS on the road Friday night.

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The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team captured wins in their first three games of the opening week but suffered their first defeat after falling 55-50 to Thomas Jefferson HS in the Sussex-Central HS Invitational on Saturday afternoon.

Congrats this week to Park View High School senior volleyball standout Deaona Watkins who was recently named the Tri-Rivers District player of the year.

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The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team jumped out to a 17-2 lead six minutes in and never looked back in picking up a 60-29 win over cross-county rival Bluestone HS in the season opener for both teams in South Hill on Monday night.

After missing last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Park View High School boys basketball coach Danny Watkins said he is happy to have his squad back on the court.

After missing last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Park View High School girls’ basketball team, just like most other teams across the area, will enter the new campaign with some question marks.

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches and their stories through the years. This is story No. 67 in the…

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(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches and their stories through the years. This is story No. 66 in the…

The third-seeded Park View High School varsity volleyball team left it all on the court but fell 3-0 to sixth-seeded York HS in a VHSL 3A regional quarterfinal contest last Wednesday night in South Hill.

The Brunswick High School varsity football team is heating up at just the right time after winning a pair of games over Franklin and Greensville in the final week of the regular season.

The Park View High School varsity football team pitched a shutout in the program’s first victory in 1955 and did it again in the program’s final game after shellacking visiting Windsor HS 50-0 on Friday night.

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I have attended some crazy high-school football games in my 32 years of covering local sports but Park View’s contest at Surry HS on Thursday night certainly goes in the books as one of the ‘most flagged’ contests I have witnessed.

Coming off of its second two-week COVID-19 break of the season, the Brunswick High School varsity football team only practiced for two days before playing host to Sussex-Central HS in Lawrenceville on Thursday night.

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The Park View High School varsity volleyball team earned the No. 3 seed for this week’s 3A regional tournament after topping Windsor HS twice last week before falling to Southampton HS 3-0 in the Tri-Rivers District tournament title game.

Trailing 21-18 midway through the fourth quarter, the Park View High School varsity football team had their backs squarely against the wall after visiting Franklin HS stopped them on fourth down near midfield.

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PARK VIEW HIGH HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN - Messiah Burns and Donovan Polite were crowned homecoming royalty during coronation ceremonies and a student pep rally Friday afternoon on the school's football field. Featured during the event were cheerleading routines, a performance by the dance t…

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I had the rare opportunity to watch two of our local varsity high-school football teams in action last week after Brunswick moved its home game against Southampton HS from Friday to Thursday.

Brunswick High School football coach Darrell Owens said before the season that how quickly his younger players developed would play a big role in how successful his young team could be this season.

J. S. Russell Middle School eighth grader Xzavion Barnes was named Homecoming King while Iyana Taper was named Homecoming Queen last Wednesday night during halftime festivities in Lawrenceville. (Contributed photo)

Coming off of a two-week break due to COVID-19 contact tracing within the program, the Park View High School varsity football team stayed close with Greensville HS for a half before the Eagles pulled away in the final two quarters for a 28-7 win on Friday night in Emporia.

After two weeks off due to COVID-19 contact tracing within the program, the Park View High School varsity football team returned to practice on Tuesday and will travel to Emporia on Friday night to face Greensville HS in a Tri-Rivers District contest.

When it comes to VISSA football in Southside Virginia, the Brunswick Academy and Kenston Forest annual fall contest is always one that is circled on the calendar.

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the South Hill Enterprise is running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes, teams and coaches and their stories through the years. This is story No. 65…

It has become commonplace this season across the Virginia High School landscape and Park View HS is no exception as it was announced last Wednesday that the Dragons would be shut down for two weeks due to COVID-19 contact tracing within the program. It was also announced on Monday that the P…

The Park View High School varsity volleyball team topped visiting Franklin HS 3-0 on Thursday night in Tri-Rivers District play, capturing the three games by the scores of 25-5, 25-8 and 25-10.

The Park View High School varsity volleyball team rebounded from a home loss to Windsor HS last Tuesday night to post 3-0 wins over Sussex-Central and Brunswick in Tri-Rivers District play last week.

The Park View High School varsity football team played a solid first half of football on Friday night but injuries and turnovers in the fourth quarter allowed Halifax County to pull away for a 55-21 victory on homecoming night in South Boston.

The Park View High School varsity volleyball team improved to 3-2 on the season with a pair of Tri-Rivers District wins last week.

Two very good young football teams battled at Dragon Field last Wednesday night but visiting Prince Edward Middle School made a few more big plays than Park View Middle to pick up a 28-18 victory in the Cougars’ season opener.

The Park View High School varsity football team showed a ton of heart on Friday night overcoming a 22-6 halftime deficit to knot the score in the fourth quarter before ultimately falling 40-34 in double overtime to visiting Colonial Heights HS in their home opener.

Jaheim Hicks took the opening kickoff back for an 80-yard touchdown and the Brunswick High School varsity football team never looked back in picking up a 46-0 win over Bluestone HS in Skipwith on Friday night.

The Park View High School cross-country team had a great showing in its second match of the season last week.