Crewe-Burkeville has won another All-Star softball tournament in the Darlings age division (8-and-under).
The Crewe-Burkeville Ponytails (age 12-and-under) All-Star softball team went 1-2 in the recent District One tournament in Dinwiddie and received the tournament’s tropy for Sportsmanship.
The Blackstone Angels (age 10-and-under) All-Star softball team went 0-2 in the recent District One tournament in Lawrenceville.
Blackstone’s Major League (ages 12-and-under) baseball All-Stars went 1-2 in the District Five tournament at Neblett Field in Victoria.
Nottoway High School’s McKenna Falwell (making catch at left) and Ryann Vermillion both were named to the 2018 Class 2 All-State softball team.
Special Olympian powerlifter James Mullins (above) of Nottoway County won 1st place earlier this month in Deadlift and Bench Press competitions at the University of Delaware.
Greens damaged by Winter kill at Nottoway River Country Club rolled much better than their appearance over the week-end in the club’s Member-Guest golf tournament (see story at right).
Nelson Mayton and Danny Houchins of Crewe won their third straight Member-Guest title Sunday at Nottoway River Country Club.
The Nottoway Regional 4-H Shooting Sports Club brought home several awards from recent state Hunter Education Challenge held at Holiday Lake in Appomattox.
Nottoway senior Ryann Vermillion was greeted at home plate Wednesday after her two-run homer that cut King William’s lead to 4-2 in the bottom of the sixth inning.
Three Nottoway County natives, who have played softball together for the past decade, were instrumental in Fuqua School’s recent 2018 state championship in Division III of the Virginia Independent
Nottoway High School stand-out, Hannah Hudson, has been named Pitcher of the Year in the James River District.
An 8th grader playing varsity softball at Kenston Forest hit a grand slam home run last week.
Sixteen-year-old Taylor Hubbard of Aylett drained a five-ft.
Nottoway High School will miss these four Lady Cougar varsity softball players, who helped their team win the 2018 James River District regular season title.
Four varsity Lady Kavaliers earned All-State honors from the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association (VISAA), Div. 2, for varsity softball.
Hard-hitting Nottoway senior football stand-out, Nathan Mota (center), has accepted a four-year scholarship offer to play football this coming Fall for the East Carolina University Pirates as a Pre
Led by Tyler Borum’s 18-hole score of 86, Kenston Forest golfers Monday won the school’s sixth straight Virginia Colonial Conference championship.
Nottoway’s varsity softball team is no longer perfect in the James River District after being upset Monday (May 7th), 1-0, on the road at Goochland.
After splitting a doubleheader last week with Appomattox, the Nottoway Lady Cougars varsity softball team improved to 11-1 Thursday with a 9-6 home win over Buckingham.