The Nottoway Gators youth football teams went 1-3 Saturday in home games against Amelia. Nottoway’s Flag Gators (ages 5-6) lost, 25-6, and fell to 3-3 for the season. Ephraim Stokes...
Phil Miskovic of Crewe completed the Hokie Half Marathon Sunday in Blacksburg, finishing the 13.1-mile race in two hours, seven minutes, and 34.74 seconds (2:07:34.74). His average pace was 9:44...
Nottoway QB Cameron Reekes threw a 76-yard touchdown Friday night for the Cougars’ only score in a 31-7 loss at Goochland. Photo by Carole Hagaman...
For the second straight week, Nottoway scored first, but the varsity Cougars lost another close football game, 20-14, this time on the road Friday night at Gretna. Nottoway dropped to...
After a two-game skid, Nottoway High School’s varsity volleyball team rebounded last week with two sweeps and improved its record to 4-2 (2-1 James River District). At home last Tuesday...
Graham Wilkerson of Crewe took a wrong turn near the finish but still managed to win the Blackstone Arts & Crafts 5K run Saturday. Wilkerson, a 16-year-old stand-out runner on...
Nottoway High School’s varsity volleyball team went 0-2 last week, losing in straight sets to both Appomattox and Goochland.
In cool, rainy conditions, the Nottoway Cougars lost their varsity football opener Friday night, 12-8, to visiting Greensville.
Nottoway Gator youth football cheerleaders Kamgiah Scott (left) and Aniya Johnson enjoyed a light moment during recent action.
Size prevailed over speed Friday night at Larry Clary Field as Kenston Forest was whipped, 51-6, by visiting Brunswick Academy.
It was hot and humid Saturday and sure felt like Gator weather, but the Nottoway Gators youth football teams lost two out of three games in their regular season kick-off at Amelia.
A 12-point trophy buck, which was killed Jan.
The Nottoway Gators’ youth football teams will begin their regular seasons this Saturday at Amelia, with the Flag game starting at 10 a.m., and Minors, JV, and Varsity action to follow.
Nottoway’s varsity football team was held scoreless but allowed only one touchdown Friday evening in a home scrimmage with Sussex-Central, which is returning most of its starters from last year’s R
Central of Lunenburg’s 2017 football players were treated Friday to a delicious meal hosted by former Charger Ronnie Williams and a meaningful mentoring session attended by several others.
Hogan Whitlow played his best golf when it mattered most and won the Piedmont Junior Golf Championship.
So what if you’re from a small community?
“You can still do great things.”
Mary Katelyn Hite shot the best nine-hole score of her young golfing career, 41, to win the Girls 7-10 age division in the Piedmont Junior Golf Championship last Thursday in Amelia.
Ten-year-old Will Johnson made it four junior titles in a row last Thursday in the Piedmont Junior Golf Association’s annual championship, held at Amelia Golf & Country Club.
This year’s Crewe-Burkeville Darlings and the Crewe-Burkeville Angels bring Nottoway County’s total to 10 when it comes to softball teams qualifying for the Dixie World Series.