A Tight Game
The Park View Middle School football team set the tone on the first series of the game and topped James S. Russell Middle School 18-6 last Wednesday night in a battle of unbeaten teams.
Besides having a great time visiting with friends and former classmates, the alumni that turned out for the Brunswick High School football team’s homecoming game got their money’s worth on Friday night as it took five overtime periods before Southampton HS scored a touchdown and added a 2-po…
Anna Brautigam and her Brunswick HS teammates rebounded from a 3-0 loss to district-leading Park View to top Surry HS 3-1 last Thursday. The victory improved the Lady Bulldogs to 3-8 on the season. (Dennis Smith)
The Brunswick High School athletic department will be raffling off this 2008 Chrysler Sebring limited addition hardtop convertible at halftime of this year’s homecoming football game on Friday, Oct. 4. Raffle tickets are $20 each. Please purchase a ticket to support the athletic department. …
Bryn Montgomery of South Hill Country Club finished first in the 11-13 year-old girls’ division with a round of 50 at the Southside Piedmont Golf Association Championship tournament held last week at the Emporia Country Club. The championship plaque will be hung at SHCC for the next year. (C…
The Brunswick All-Stars topped Halifax 4-3 in 11 innings to capture the Virginia Dixie Ponytails X-Play state softball title and earn a bid to the World Series in Hopkins County, Texas. Pictured from the left on the front are Emily King, Mackenzie Leemon, Riley Griffin, Cassidy Conwell, Aubr…
The Brunswick All-Stars came up with two clutch at-bats in the bottom of the sixth inning to knot the score at three and then got the game winner in the bottom of the 11th when Cassidy Conwell scored on a passed ball to earn a thrilling 4-3 win over Halifax and capture the Virginia Dixie Pon…
The South Hill All-Stars battled hard but were eliminated after falling 23-22 to Brunswick in an elimination game on Sunday evening in the Dixie Softball District 1 Angels tournament at Parker Park.
The Brunswick Ponytails got a perfect game from ace pitcher Emily “Slim” King to capture the Dixie Softball District 1 title on Tuesday night in Clarksville and earn a bid to the state tournament.
The 11th seeded Brunswick High School varsity baseball team fell behind 6-0 in the first inning but put up a valiant fight before ultimately falling 7-4 to fifth-seeded King William HS in a Group 2, Region A first-round contest on the road last Tuesday afternoon.
The Brunswick Academy Lady Vikings varsity softball team captured both games of a doubleheader against Blessed Sacrament Huguenot last Wednesday to capture the VCC regular season title with a 9-1 record.
The Brunswick Academy JV baseball team captured the VCC regular season title with an 8-2 record after winning their last two games 11-3 over Kenston Forest and 17-1 over Richmond Christian. Pictured from the left on the front are Bill Parrish (Assistant Coach), Dakota Clark, Jason Capps, Chr…
Junior pitcher Desmyn Owens has been on fire to start the season as the Brunswick High School varsity softball team improved to 3-0 with a 19-0 thrashing of Franklin HS on Friday afternoon.
LAWRENCEVILLE – Jamie Saunders, a senior at Brunswick Academy, signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Mary Baldwin University in the fall. She will trade her Vikings uniform for the Flying Squirrels uniform. Her parents are Joy and Jeff Saunders of Valentines, Virginia.
Keldon Johnson was recently named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year. The former Park View HS standout and his Kentucky Wildcats will open NCAA tournament play against Abilene Christian on Thursday. (UK photo)
Old Dominion senior guard BJ Stith, pictured on his senior night with his parents Bryant and Barbara Stith and sisters Bria and Brooke, was recently named the Conference USA Player of the Year after helping lead the Monarchs to their first conference title since 2010. ODU is headed to the NC…
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team appears to be peaking at just the right time after topping Unique Academy 117-72 in their regular season finale on Saturday afternoon in Lawrenceville.
The fourth-seeded Brunswick High School boys’ basketball team gave top-seeded Goochland HS all it wanted in a Class 2, Region A semifinal contest on Thursday evening before falling 96-89 in overtime.
The fourth-seeded Brunswick High School boys’ basketball team topped fifth-seeded Bruton HS 75-66 on Monday night in a Class 2, Region A quarterfinal contest in Lawrenceville.
The fourth-seeded Brunswick High School varsity girls’ basketball team fell to top-seeded Surry HS 65-28 in a Tri-Rivers District tournament semifinal contest on Friday night.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team played its most complete game to date and spanked visiting Central International College (Richmond) 110-64 on Saturday afternoon.
The Park View High School varsity boys’ basketball team went 3-0 on the hardwood last week, winning a pair of games against Brunswick HS including a 69-58 victory over the Bulldogs in Lawrenceville on Saturday afternoon.
For most of the contest on Friday night, the Brunswick High School varsity boys’ basketball team controlled the tempo and the game against visiting archrival Greensville County.