Colyn Sturgill, a 2017-18 VHSL Class 1 first-team all-state selection, signed a national letter of intent to continue his basketball career with Alice Lloyd.
Southwest Virginia is well represented on the Virginia High School Coaches Association Class 2 and Class 1 all-state girls’ basketball teams released Wednesday.
“I had mixed emotions turning in that letter. But knowing I can go back and get a degree, I have a chance to obtain something a lot of people don’t do.”
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Donte DiVincenzo came off the bench to score 31 points Monday and lift Villanova to another blowout tournament victory, this time 79-62 over Michigan for its second title in three seasons.
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In front of 13,007 spectators, the largest crowd ever to see a women’s basketball game at Indiana, the Hoosiers held off Virginia Tech 65-57 to capture the championship of the Women’s NIT on Saturday at Assembly Hall.
Dobyns-Bennett soccer player Eli Click and basketball player Hayden Cassell made their college choices known Friday.
Arike Ogunbowale’s jumper from the corner with a second left gave the Irish a 91-89 overtime victory Friday night, one that dealt the Huskies a second straight stunning end to an undefeated season in the Final Four
Jamie Cluesman, a Jonesville native who played for Lee High before going on to become a four-year letter-winner at Concord, was named the Cavaliers' new coach on Friday.
Torey Haile stepped down as Sullivan South girls basketball coach Monday after leading the Lady Rebels the past five seasons.
Virginia Tech advanced to the semifinals of the Women’s NIT with a 74-67 victory over Alabama on Sunday at Cassell Coliseum.
Saturday’s VHSCA all-star boys basketball game featured some of the top high school senior players from across Virginia and plenty of offensive feats, including some from Southwest Virginia players.
Former Science Hill and Tennessee Wesleyan coach Mike Poe was announced Friday as the new boys basketball coach at Volunteer.