Coming off of the heels of their decision to push back the start of high school sports until December, Virginia High School League officials released Phase Three guidelines for reopening sports and activities.

Two Halifax Country Club junior golfers won championships in their age group, and three members won sportsmanship awards at the championship matches for the Southside Piedmont Junior Golf Association on Thursday at Tanglewood Shores Golf Club in Bracey.

Today I am going to take a step back from sports to discuss something that has caused quite a stir in our community. A letter to the editor that was published in Wednesday’s edition of the paper.

Halifax Country Club hosted its annual two-ball tournament on July 25-26 after postponing the original date in April due to COVID-19.

South Boston Speedway officials remain optimistic there will be some racing at “America’s Hometown Track” in 2020, but due to the lack of remaining weekends in the season and current COVID-19 restrictions no track championships will be awarded this season.

After months of wondering what the fate of high school sports in Virginia would be, the Virginia High School League met and voted Monday to adopt Model 3 as the reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year.

Sports fired up in full swing beginning at the end of last week again when MLB started their season on Thursday, and the WNBA regular season began on Saturday. The NBA is finishing up their exhibition games, and the NHL season is beginning this weekend. The MLS also is still going through th…

As you read this the Virginia High School League is either deciding or just finishing up deciding the fate of high school sports in Virginia this year. We already know that there will not be football on Friday nights this fall, but the rest remains up in the air.

When COVID-19 shut the entire sports world down in an instant back in March, I don’t think anyone knew we would be sitting here in late July still wondering if and when certain things are going to happen.

Members of Halifax Country Club brought home several trophies after participating in the VSGA Piedmont Junior Golf tournament held on Thursday at Kinderton Country Club in Clarksville.

A race that ended with Kyle Busch winning on the track, only to fail post-race inspection, saw Austin Cindric win his third NASCAR Xfinity Series race in a row, and Jeb and Harrison Burton finished in the Top 10.

There is no doubt Cory Dunn would love to be in the midst of a competitive season at South Boston Speedway. Unfortunately, all Dunn and all of the drivers and race teams have been able to do at South Boston Speedway thus far this year is test.

The Virginia High School League met again Wednesday to discuss fall sports and once again we were left with few answers as the meeting ended.

Jeb Burton wasn’t able to complete the first lap of the race Friday night before a spin put him into the wall and Harrison Burton had a chance to win before Noah Gragson ran him into the wall adding some post race fireworks as the two got into a physical altercation.

Larry Clark, executive director of Halifax County Public Schools Education Foundation, announced Thursday that the 2020 Jeff Nelson Memorial Golf Tournament originally scheduled for Friday, May 8, at Greens Folly Golf Course will not be rescheduled for later this year.

DeGraw Chiropractic Center players tackle Russ’s Maintenance Repair 12–5 in Tuesday’s Dixie softball game at Carter Field in South Boston. This was the first game of the season for the two Angel’s teams, and players, coaches and spectators were glad to be back battling it out on the field.

Thirty-eight teams from two states will converge on Halifax County this weekend when NC GameOn Sports hosts the 8th Annual Ring Championship Tournament at the Day Complex in South Boston and the Cluster Springs Ball Park on Saturday and Sunday.

Junior golfers from Halifax Country Club took home top honors in the Southside Piedmont Junior Golf Association’s second tournament of the year on June 30 at Nottoway River Country Club in Blackstone.

Steve Bryant purchased the Cluster Springs ballpark in May of 2019 with a goal in mind of bringing tournaments back to the area.That goal was met when the NC GameOn Sports Fireworks Classic came to Cluster Springs over the weekend.