With so many teams ensured Region D appearances regardless of district tournament outcomes, some folks might have wondered if any meaningful baseball was played this week. For Eastside's Chris Clay, all official baseball is inherently meaningful.Comments
Justin Grimm struggled early only to rebound and turn in another quality start for Texas, which had a little of everything go in its favor Friday night — even a double play that shouldn’t have been — in a 9-5 win over Seattle.Comments
When Ellen Renfroe wavered, Ivy Renfroe entered, shutting down the defending national champions and leading Tennessee to the brink of the Women’s College World Series.Comments
High school results from around the region.Comments
The trophy case at Clintwood High School is chockfull of spoils won on the football field over the years. After Friday night, however, somebody is going to have to clear space for some baseball hardware.Comments
Daniel Boone’s boys 4x800-meter relay team went from disaster to delight on Friday in the TSSAA Class AAA track and field meet.Comments
Chad Pinder drove in the winning run on a sacrifice fly in the seventh inning to help Virginia Tech beat Georgia Tech 3-2 on Friday in the ACC baseball tournament, clinching an appearance in Sunday’s final.Comments
Virginia High’s bats overcame some atypical lapses, and the Bearcats rapped out a 16-6, six-inning win over Gate City in the Clinch Mountain District tournament semifinals.Comments
Eastside stayed on the straight path to possible back-to-back state softball championships Friday with a 4-3 victory over Castlewood in the Cumberland District tournament final. It wasn’t easy.Comments
Blue skies made for a Blue Devils kind of day in the Region D tennis tournament Friday at Virginia-Wise. Gate City’s John Ferguson and Rosa Smith won their respective singles titles to advance to the VHSL Group A competition.Comments
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