Three Nottoway High School runners are Conference 34 Track & Field champions after their performances Thursday at home.
Several varsity baseball players for the runner-up Kenston Forest Kavalier baseball team were recognized last week by the Virginia Colonial Conference after championship game at Southampton Academy
For the second time this season, the Goochland Lady Bulldogs scored an unearned run and made it stick in another 1-0 victory over the Nottoway Lady Cougars last Tuesday (May 9th) in a crucial varsi
The Central of Lunenburg Lady Chargers grabbed a 2-0 lead at Nottoway in the top of the 3rd inning, but the Lady Cougars came back to post a hard-earned, 3-2 win in James River District varsity sof
Scott Rusch (right), 10-year-old son of Randy & Rebeka Rusch of Crewe, caught his first bluefish on Sunday, Apr.
Kenston Forest School has named Joe Maione as its next Athletic Director.
Another son of Blackstone native Robert Jones has landed in the National Football League.
After a week of Spring Break, Nottoway High School’s varsity sports teams return to action this week.
At their April 13th meeting, Nottoway School Board members honored several winter sports teams and students for various accomplishments.
Central of Lunenburg JV baseball player Mason Elliott slid into home last week during the Chargers’ 12-2 home victory over Cumberland.
Fifteen Lady Statesmen batters up, 15 down as Hannah Hudson and McKenna Falwell combined to pitch a perfect game for the Nottoway Lady Cougars in their 20-0 blow-out win over Randolph- Henry in a f
Nottoway High erupted for eight runs in the bottom of the 2nd inning, coasting to a 12-2 non-district win over the Greensville County Eagles last Monday (Apr.
A scholarship has been established at Virginia Tech in memory of the late Danny Powers of Blackstone, whose death here last August saddened and touched many in Southside Virginia.
Grabbing an early, 4-0 lead at the end of three innings, the Nottoway Cougars scored two more runs in the 5th to put away Prince Edward County, 6-3 in a varsity baseball game played at Farmville la
The Nottoway Lady Cougars varsity softball team won three games in three days last week, raising its record to 7-1 in the James River District (8-4 overall) with consecutive victories over Prince E
Junior ace Hannah Hudson and the Nottoway Lady Cougars improved their perfect record to 3-0 in the James River District with a 4-0 win over the Central of Lunenburg Lady Chargers last Thursday in v
Kenston junior Josie Epperson belted two homers and senior Mackenzie Coley hit one herself, but the Lady Kavaliers’ softball team lost at home, 10-7, to Southampton Academy last Tuesday (21st).