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The Joy of Fishing

ACC Plans to Play

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the Brunswick Times-Gazette and the South Hill Enterprise are running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches through the years. This is stor…

As widely expected, the Virginia High School League voted on Monday to select the Condensed interscholastic Plan (Model 3) for sports and activities across the Commonwealth this season.

Hello MLB

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the Brunswick Times-Gazette and the South Hill Enterprise are running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches and their stories through the y…

No Fall Football

LAWRENCEVILLE – Brunswick Dixie Youth League will sponsor 2020 Fall Ball Registration on Saturday, Aug. 8 and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sonny Wholey Memorial Park, 102 Tobacco Street for T-Ball, Darlings, Angels, and Ponytails for girls and T-Ball, Coach Pitch, Minor League, and Ozone Le…

Aided by five former Park View High School standouts, the Mecklenburg All-Stars (17-19) swept Buckingham in two straight games to capture the Virginia Dixie Baseball Majors state crown on Saturday evening in Dillwyn.

Coach Stith Provides Update

Spring Football?

While many local high-school sports followers were hoping to learn if sports would be played this fall when the VHSL Executive Committee met on Thursday, the end result was a no decision.

(With Park View High School slated to merge with Bluestone HS to form the new Mecklenburg County HS in 2022, the Brunswick Times-Gazette and the South Hill Enterprise are running an ongoing series that looks back at some of the outstanding athletes and coaches and their stories through the years.)

Brunswick Academy would like to welcome Roger Poythress to the volleyball program. Roger will work with all three teams (middle school, JV and Varsity) this upcoming school year. Roger will be working with the teams daily at practices and preparing them for season play.

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VHSL Announces

Summer Workouts Can Proceed

NBA Approves return plan

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Perhaps no player has meant more in the history of the Park View High School football program than former standout Howard Feggins who became the first Dragons player to play in the National Football League.

A Few of My Favorite Stories

VHSL Advocating for Fall Sports

Real Sports

VHSL Cancels Season

NASCAR Set to Return

The Draft

We Will See

During the next few weeks, the South-Hill Enterprise and the Brunswick Times-Gazette are highlighting senior athletes at area high-schools who were playing spring sports when the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 virus.

The Masters in November

The Brunswick County School Board recognized the Russell Middle School Boys Basketball Team at the March meeting. The team was Eastern Division Champions and Southside Middle School Conference Tournament winners. The Head Coach was Darius Hargrove, left, and the Assistant Coach was Justin Ty…

More Important than Sports

High School Sports in July?

High School Sports in July?

March Sadness

Two members of the girls and eight members of the Brunswick High School boys Indoor Track & Field teams traveled to Salem on February 28-29 to compete in the Class 1A/2A State Championships held at Roanoke College. The girls’ team finished fourth overall and the boys’ team finished 5th o…

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The Brunswick High School varsity boys’ basketball team tied the score at 70 with 1:09 to play on Friday night but Region B champion East Rockingham HS got a trey from Cooper Keyes and ended the game on a 7-0 run to claim a 77-70 victory in a VHSL Class 2 state tournament quarterfinal game a…

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Junior Brooke Stith, a former standout at Brunswick HS, captured East Carolina's third conference title of the weekend Saturday as the Pirates wrapped up their stay at the American Athletic Conference Indoor Championships inside the Birmingham CrossPlex.

State Bound

The Brunswick High School boys’ basketball team used an 11-0 run midway through the second quarter to open up a lead they would not relinquish in picking up a 74-40 win over sixth-seeded King William HS on Monday night in a 2A regional quarterfinal contest.

The Brunswick Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs opened regional play on Monday night, Feb. 24, after earning a bye in the first round of the 2A regionals. Watch for the results on the web at www.brunswicktimes-gazette.com .

The third-seeded Brunswick High School varsity girls’ basketball team topped Franklin HS in the Tri-Rivers District tournament quarterfinals but fell to second-seeded Park View HS 53-35 on Thursday night in a semifinal contest in South Hill.

For the majority of the Tri-Rivers District boys’ basketball title game on Saturday evening, second-seeded Brunswick HS dominated top-seeded Greensville HS in front of a big crowd in the gym at Southampton HS.

The second-seeded Brunswick High School varsity boys’ basketball team came out on fire on Thursday night and cruised past third-seeded Park View HS 86-61in a Tri-Rivers District tournament semifinal contest in Lawrenceville.

The Brunswick High School varsity boys’ basketball team earned the No. 2 seed for this week’s Tri-Rivers District tournament after winning their final two games of the regular season last week.

The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team drooped an 81-80 heartbreaker at home to Central International College on Saturday afternoon.

The Brunswick High School varsity boys’ basketball team rebounded from a home loss against Park View HS to top Sussex-Central HS 63-51 on Friday night in Lawrenceville.

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The Brunswick High School varsity girls’ basketball team earned a big Tri-Rivers District contest by topping visiting Park View HS 53-45 at home last Wednesday night.

The Brunswick High School girls’ varsity basketball team earned a big win on Friday night, topping Greensville HS 58-53 in Emporia.

The top two teams in the Tri-Rivers District went head to head in front of a sold out crowd in Emporia on Friday night and home standing Greensville HS outlasted Brunswick HS 62-59 to take sole possession of the top spot in the district standings.

The Brunswick High School girls’ varsity basketball team fought hard last week but went 1-3 on the hardwood after falling 55-45 to Petersburg HS on Saturday afternoon in the Reekes Bulldog Classic.

District Showdown