Carroll County scores 20 unanswered, defeating Floyd County
GALAX, Va. – Monday night’s season opener wasn’t quite a home game for either team. Rather than play at Floyd County, both squads traveled to Galax to play on the turf. After falling into a 14-point hole, the Caroll County Cavaliers would go on to score 20 straight, winning 20-14, and start the season 1-0.
Region Championship Sunday: area schools vie for State Tournament berths
Burton on Wednesday for the Class 1 State Semifinals. The Maroons travel to Honaker for its State Semifinal matchup on Wednesday. Up next is an away match up at Union for the State semifinal action. The Bulldogs will play at Abingdon to start State Tournament play. The Comets reach the State Tournament in back-to-back seasons, first final four appearance in over 4 decades.
Recruiting Reality: How no high school fall sports affected recruiting among prep and college football
That put Virginia prep football players trying to get recruited by colleges in a tough position. “So senior season was going to be a big one.”He’s not alone. William Byrd senior Bryson Lutz was depending on his senior season to seal a chance at the next level. “It’s a mouthpiece that makes for more efficiency for the kids, and me as well.”And as Leftwich says, the Twitter recruiting is an all-day, every day deal. That leaves high school football coaches as the liaison between their players and the next level.
Recruiting reality: The impact no fall season has on college football recruiting
ROANOKE, Va. – In July, the Virginia High School League announced it would be suspending its fall sports season to the spring. No fall season has left local high school athletes like Radford senior Pj Prioleau wondering what’s next. “So senior season was going to be a big one.”He’s not alone. William Byrd senior Bryson Lutz was depending on his senior season to seal a chance at the next level. “It’s a mouthpiece that makes for more efficiency for the kids, and me as well.”And as Leftwich says, the Twitter recruiting is an all-day, every day deal.
Floyd County head football coach honored with a field in his name
FLOYD, Va. – In July, Floyd County’s school board met to honor two longtime coaches at the high school by renaming their respective “offices.”Winfred Beale, the head coach for Floyd County High School’s football team, is entering is 39th year at the school. And what a better way to celebrate nearly four decades at a school than having your home turf named after you? The field will be renamed to Coach Beale Field, which the coach said surprised him. “Humbly happy, surprised, just grateful. The fans, parents, really good peoples well as their businesses, I’m just really glad to be in a place like Floyd, Virginia.”