Josh Collins of Virginia Beach was hunting deep in the woods at Pickett last week.
Hard-hitting Nottoway senior Nathan Mota has been named James River District Defensive Player of the Year for the 2017 season.
Kenston Forest’s varsity volleyball team made school history this season by becoming the first Lady Kavalier squad to advance in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association (VISAA) state
After a seven-game winning streak to end their regular season, the Nottoway Cougars were stopped in their tracks Friday night in the first round of the state football play-offs.
Nottoway High School’s varsity volleyball team was seeded #1 in the Region tournament when it lost Nov. 6th at home to #3 seeded Poquoson. The Lady Cougars ended the season at 18-6 overall.
Kenston Forest’s #3 seeded JV volleyball team saved its best for the recent VCC tournament, which it won after defeating two teams that had the Lady Kavs’ number all season. On Saturday, Nov.
Nottoway junior Devonte “Bird” Booth rushed for a Big Game record 310 yards on 35 carries and scored two touchdowns Friday night to lead the Cougars to a 34-21 varsity football victory over the Cen
The #1 seeded Nottoway Lady Cougars were upset Monday night (Nov. 6th) at home by #3 Poquoson in the Regional semifinals, 13-25, 20-25, 26-24, 20-25.
Nottoway head volleyball coach Travis Andrews with three departing seniors, from left: Ryann Vermillion, Hannah Watts, and Alexis Dumond.
Trailing 22-14 on the road at halftime, Nottoway’s varsity football team held Amelia County scoreless in the second half en route to a come-frombehind, 28-22 victory that has the Cougars on the ver
The Nottoway Gators’ Flag football team (ages 5-6) has qualified for the Southside play-offs with a 7-3 record.
Play-off plots thicken in area
Emily Hawthorne was the only runner in her age division (19-and-under) to complete the International Peace Marathon in Washington, D. C. Emily, 16, competed Saturday, Sept.
Nottoway High School led 47-0 at halftime Friday night in Charlotte Court House, substituted generously in the second half, and cruised to a 47-6 victory over the Statesmen of Randolph Henry.
Flag football isn’t tackle, but there’s still plenty of physical contact when it comes to blocking at the line of scrimmage.
After dropping their first three varsity football games, the Nottoway Cougars are back at .500 (3-3) after running over Bluestone last Friday night, 48-14.
Hogan Whitlow’s impressive 2017 in the great outdoors just keeps getting better.
Central of Lunenburg Charger, Dontae Crowder, scored four touchdowns in Friday night’s 4th quarter, come-from-behind victory over the Bluestone Barons in Victoria.
Nottoway got its first varsity football victory of the season Friday with a 21-0 triumph over Buckingham and improved to 1-3 (1-1 James River District.) The Cougars scored touchdowns in...