Monday Sports Roundup
Chase DePriest hits out of the fairway on No. 8 at yesterday’s golf match. (Recorder photo by Gavin Dressler) Golf — Floyd County wins TRD opener The Buffaloes fired a 304, winning the opening event of the 2022-23 athletic season Monday at Cliff View Golf Club. Radford was second in the match with atherecorderonline.com
Friday Sports Roundup
Charger Kamoy Stone works against Boys Home's Mulu Slawta, left, and Jareem Reid, right, during the Boys Home-Bath County soccer match yesterday. (Recorder photo by Gavin Dressler) Baseball — Alleghany 4, Carroll County 1. Alleghany turned three doubleplays and won its sixth straight in a key Three Rivers District game at Mountaineer Field Friday evening.therecorderonline.com
Tuesday Night Sports Roundup
Boys’ Basketball — Alleghany 73, Carroll County 64. Baron Leitch celebrated senior night with a big 26-point game, leading four Mountaineers into double figures at home Tuesday night. Halen Lowman added 17 for the winners, Dylan Gibson scored 13 and Chris Harden added 10. The win was the sixth straight for Alleghany. Elijah Cox led the Cavaliers (0-8 TRD, […]therecorderonline.com
With COVID-19 hospitalizations up and staffing shortages reported in Mount Rogers Health District, not all is bad
While the school year is starting off strong for many who attend schools in the Mount Rogers Health District, health leaders report daily case counts are increasing, hospitals are filling up and burnout is leading to staffing shortages.
Carroll County Board of Supervisors table talks to help fund converting schools’ bathrooms to ‘single-use’
Carroll County Public Schools Superintendent spoke before the county’s Board of Supervisors to request financial assistance for a multi-million dollar project; however, the Board decided to table to the discussion for now.