Chuck Brown was a man ahead of his time — and the pack — during his running days at Sullivan East in the 1970s.
Former Gate City superstar Mac McClung is going pro. At least that’s the plan for now.
Mac McClung and Logan Reynolds are the best high school basketball players ever to play the game in Southwest Virginia. So say the results of our completely informal, unscientific poll conducted on social media.
Scorekeeping in basketball is one of those jobs that if you do it right, people never know you were there. Gary Arwood not only does it right, he goes above and beyond to keep every small detail in line.
The executive board of the J.I. Burton Hall of Fame Committee has extended the deadline to submit nominations for the 2020 class.
Coach Randy Sanders was expecting to be spending this time evaluating his players and seeing what pieces he’d have at his disposal to solve the puzzle when fall camp begins in August.
The Dobyns-Bennett athletic director was a sophomore at Furman when the Paladins defeated Georgia Southern 17-12 in the national championship game. It wasn’t the culmination of DeBusk’s playing career, but definitely his greatest highlight.
Consistency and character, built on biblical principles, are two cornerstones upon which Scotty Vermillion chooses to build his program year after year.
With Tennessee schools closed through April 24, there is a still a window of opportunity for a brief regular season. But how difficult would it be to restart the soccer season a couple of weeks before postseason play?
Robin Dotson’s record is not debatable when talking about the top girls basketball coaches in VHSL history. The high school league hall of famer has six state championships, five at Wise Central and one at the former J.J. Kelly.
Jackson McDavid should have had three Big 7 pitching starts under his belt by now. Instead, the Dobyns-Bennett senior is seeking creative ways to keep his edge while idled by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sports is a family thing for new Wise Central volleyball coach Lucindy Lawson, whose two sisters, father and brother-in-law all are in the coaching ranks.
“This is extremely serious and a lot has to happen before May for us to extend the season. In every situation, every decision we make has been, and will be, made in the best interest of our student-athletes and public safety.”
Virginia-Wise junior Kaley Jones, an Eastside alum, was high in several NCAA Division II categories when the Cavaliers had their softball season cut short.
The recent cancellations and postponements of various events hit close to home for many people, but local road racing took a hard hit when state and federal governments began banning large gatherings.