TDFN - Honaker Tigers - WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va

  • Honaker TigersMore>>

  • Vote for your favorite player of the year!

    Vote for your favorite player of the year!

    It's your turn to vote for your favorite! One of these players will be honored with the Watauga Orthopaedics - News Channel 11 Viewers' Choice Award on Thursday, December 19th at the annual Player of the Year banquet.
    It's time for the Watauga Orthopaedics Player of the Year Viewers' Choice award. During the season we selected 12 players of the week.  Now, it's your turn to vote for your favorite! One of these players will be honored with the Watauga Orthopaedics - News Channel 11 Viewers' Choice Award on Thursday, December 19th at the annual Player of the Year banquet.
  • Southwest Virginia High School Sports

    Southwest Virginia High School Sports

    Click here to view all of high school prep football schedules for Southwest Virginia.
    Click here to view all of high school prep football schedules for Southwest Virginia. 
  • Northeast Tennessee High School Sports

    Northeast Tennessee High School Sports

    Click here to view all of high school prep football schedules for Southwest Virginia.
    Click here to view all of high school prep football schedules, rosters, teams and more in Northeast Tennessee.  
  • High SchoolHigh School SportsMore>>

  • Indians finished 6-5 last season

    Dobyns-Bennett football team prepares for the season

    Dobyns-Bennett football team prepares for the season

    Things didn't exactly go according to plan for the Dobyns-Bennett football team last year. The Indians finished six-and-five, and they lost to Science Hill for the first time in 20 years. Was it disappointing? Of course. But with a coach like Graham Clark and a history like they have, there's no reason to panic. D-B was really young last year, so those younger guys have experience to fall back on, and last year's struggles have them more motivated than ever. Coach Clark said one key to impr...
    Things didn't exactly go according to plan for the Dobyns-Bennett football team last year. The Indians finished six-and-five, and they lost to Science Hill for the first time in 20 years. Was it disappointing? Of course. But with a coach like Graham Clark and a history like they have, there's no reason to panic. D-B was really young last year, so those younger guys have experience to fall back on, and last year's struggles have them more motivated than ever. Coach Clark said one key to impr...
  • Toppers will have 2 quarterbacks this season

    Science Hill Hilltoppers practice in pads

    Science Hill Hilltoppers practice in pads

    They already had a chance to get out in helmets and shoulder pads, but Monday was a big day for high school football players. That's because they finally threw on full pads. Few teams should be more excited than Science Hill. The Toppers took the big seven title and won a playoff game last year, and they have so much talent back they're making a bold move. Coach Stacy Carter is having conference player of the year Malik McGue split time at quarterback with junior Justin Bedard, and everyon...
    They already had a chance to get out in helmets and shoulder pads, but Monday was a big day for high school football players. That's because they finally threw on full pads. Few teams should be more excited than Science Hill. The Toppers took the big seven title and won a playoff game last year, and they have so much talent back they're making a bold move. Coach Stacy Carter is having conference player of the year Malik McGue split time at quarterback with junior Justin Bedard, and everyon...
  • McGrew was all conference and tournament

    Patriots McGrew signs with Tennessee Wesleyan

    Patriots McGrew signs with Tennessee Wesleyan

    Baseball player Brady McGrew is ready to turn a successful high school career into one at the college level. Tuesday afternoon McGrew signed to play at Tennessee Wesleyan, the power of the Appalachian athletic conference. After an all-conference and all-tournament senior season, he's ready to join one of the top programs around.Tennessee Wesleyan only has about eleven-hundred students, and McGrew said that close knit atmosphere also factored into his decision.
    Baseball player Brady McGrew is ready to turn a successful high school career into one at the college level. Tuesday afternoon McGrew signed to play at Tennessee Wesleyan, the power of the Appalachian athletic conference. After an all-conference and all-tournament senior season, he's ready to join one of the top programs around.Tennessee Wesleyan only has about eleven-hundred students, and McGrew said that close knit atmosphere also factored into his decision.
Powered by WorldNow

WSLS 10, P.O. Box 10
Roanoke, VA 24022-0010

Telephone: 540.981.9110
Fax: 540.343.3157
Email: news@wsls.com

Can't find something?
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. A Media General Company.