Sports

LADY KAVS START 1-2

Under new head coach Brittni Jones , formerly of South Carolina, Kenston Forest’s varsity volleyball team finished third place in a recent kick-off tournament at Westover Christian Academy in Danville.

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COME SEE THE MOON

High Bridge Trail State Park will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the moon on Saturday, July 20th from 8 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. with an astronomy event on High Bridge

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Not The Ending They Expected

Blackstone’s Major League baseball All-Stars (ages 12-and-under) were undefeated going into the Championship Round of the District Five tournament in Dinwiddie but lost on two consecutive nights to champion Prince Edward/Farmville, 3-2 on Tuesday (June 25th) and 12-6 in Wednesday’s title game. Runner-up Blackstone, however, still advances to the state tournament and will begin play this Friday (July 5th) at 4:00 p.m. against Hopewell at Neblett Field in Victoria.

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REDEMPTION FOR NRCC!

Nottoway River Country Club’s winning Southside golf team included, from left: Buck Johnson, Cameron Yancey, Jay Carr, medalist Danny Houchins, Michael Alder, Ryan Short, Nelson Mayton, and Cal Jackson. 

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Sweep District

The Crewe-Burkeville Angels softball All-Stars (ages 10-and-under) went 5-0 in the District One X-Play tournament in South Hill and advanced to the X-Play State Tournament, which begins July 19th in Dinwiddie.

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