Even though football and girls soccer may be put on hold for a few weeks following the extension of Gov. Bill Lee’s state of emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic, volleyball marches on.
Adjusted schedules for fall sports at Emory & Henry are not yet complete, but the school plans for them to be fully loaded when finalized, the college’s sports information director said Monday.
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After one year of sports at Southwest Virginia Community College, the school is canceling all fall sports seasons because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The announcement of the first allowable date of competition came as part of the conference’s adjustment in back-to-sports plans necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Football coaches often talk about taking what the defense gives you. It’s time for the TSSAA — and everybody — to adopt that mindset when dealing with athletics and the global pandemic.
VHSL Executive Director Billy Haun said, at this point, it’s just simply too early to tell what impact the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the fall sports season for Virginia’s high schools.
Postseason trips in boys and girls basketball highlighted Twin Springs’ sports seasons in 2019-20.
On Wednesday evening outside of the high school, senior setter Makkenzie Compton signed her national letter of intent with Division III Averett University in Danville, Virginia.
Dobyns-Bennett named Patricia Dygert as its head volleyball coach on Tuesday.
Football and girls basketball were the big winners in team sports this past fall and winter at Ridgeview.
Emili Brooks’ record-breaking efforts in both volleyball and basketball during her senior year at Union earned her Times News Southwest Virginia Female Athlete of the Year honors.