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The Alleghany Highlands Trail Club was busy in Hidden Valley and on the Piney Mountain Trail in Bath County this spring. Members of the Allegheny Highlands Trail Club have been hard at work and have cleared the Jackson River Gorge Trail in Hidden Valley Recreation Area. This is probably the most heavily used trailtherecorderonline.com
Hidden Valley sends five spring athletes to the next level
Hidden Valley had five spring athletes sign their National Letter of Intent Friday. Swimmer Meagan Baxley is off to Washington and Lee, Titan goalie Rio Jarrett is going to Concord University, and three lacrosse players are moving on. Landon Blackshear to Bridgewater, Tyler Duffey to Averett, and Connor McGarry to Pfeiffer University.
WATCH: Hidden Valley volleyball wins in three over Christiansburg
Brooke Leonard is the newest addition to the 10 Sports team, joining in June 2019. Copyright 2021 by WSLS 10 - All rights reserved. WATCH: Hidden Valley volleyball wins in three over ChristiansburgIf you need help with the Public File, call 540-512-1558.
VHSL Class 3 Wrestling Championships
SALEM, Va. – Sunday offered another great day of action on the wrestling mats in Salem with Class 3 schools vying for State Title gold. In semifinals action, JB Dragovich of Hidden Valley battled hard against Phoenix Alya of Skyline but would lose by pin fall at 2:14. In wrestlebacks, Dragovich would go on to place third in the 120 weight class. Preston would finish as runner-up after falling to Travis Ragland of New Kent by major decision. Tingler would place 6th in the 138 weight class.
WATCH: VHSL Region 3D wrestling tournament in Christiansburg
over Dameon Robinson (Carroll County) 4-7, Jr. (Fall 2:48)Xavier Williams (Lord Botetourt) 5-2, So. (NC)Bryan Taylor (Christiansburg) 4-0, Sr. over Will Quesenberry (Northside) 4-3, Sr. (Fall 2:09)Bryan Taylor (Christiansburg) 4-0, Sr. over Will Quesenberry (Northside) 4-3, Sr. (Fall 2:09)2nd Place - Will Quesenberry of Northside2nd Place - Will Quesenberry of NorthsideEvan Elliott (Northside) 1-3, So. over Sam Francis (Lord Botetourt) 5-2, Sr. (Dec 8-4)Jake Baier (Christiansburg) 3-0, So. over Sam Francis (Lord Botetourt) 5-2, Sr. (Dec 8-4)JJ Pociask (Christiansburg) 4-1, So. (Dec 5-4)WATCH: VHSL Region 3D wrestling tournament in Christiansburg Christiansburg takes home the team title, advances 9 to State TournamentsIf you need help with the Public File, call 540-512-1558.
Watch: Pulaski County beats Salem on the hardwoods
SALEM, Va. – The Spartans took to the court for the first time this season on Monday night to faceoff with fellow River Ridge District opponent Pulaski County. Tanner Dakas and Qualee Robinson each scored 13 points for the Spartans while Kyle O’Neal and Peyton McDaniel each dropped 12 for the Cougars in the 53-45 win. Other scores from Monday night:Boys Scores:Auburn 74, Eastern Montgomery 37Cave Spring 64, Hidden Valley 39Christiansburg 64, Blacksburg 56E.C. Glass 56, Amherst County 45Liberty Christian 73, Rustburg 56Lord Botetourt 72, GW-Danville 63Northside 62, William Byrd 49Parry McCluer 47, Narrows 35Pulaski County 53, Salem 45Radford 90, Carroll County 52Girls Scores:Auburn 44, Eastern Montgomery 40Blacksburg 43, Christiansburg 22Brookville 43, Heritage-Lynchburg 22Cave Spring 64, Hidden Valley 12E.C. Glass 46, Amherst County 31George Wythe-Wytheville 52, Fort Chiswell 36Nelson County 48, Appomattox 21New Covenant 49, North Cross 12Parry McCluer 57, Narrows 37Salem 54, William Fleming 37William Byrd 46, Northside 30
USFS updates access at Lake Moomaw, recreational areas
WARM SPRINGS – The George Washington and Jefferson National Forests are working to improve recreation opportunities and access at Lake Moomaw and other recreation sites in Bath and Alleghany counties. The Blowing Springs Day Use Area and the Hidden Valley Day Use Area in Bath County are now operated under U.S. Forest Service management and will remain open to visitors until Dec. 7. At Lake Moomaw, the Fortney Branch boat ramp in Alleghany County is now under USFS management and remains ava...therecorderonline.com
Lord Botetourt wins Region 3D volleyball title
DALEVILLE, Va. – Lord Botetourt defeated Hidden Valley in straight sets Tuesday night to claim it’s second consecutive Region 3D title. Senior Miette Veldman led the Cavaliers with 24 kills, 14 digs and was named the region’s player of the year. Her teammate Ryanna Clark added two aces and 9 kills an coach Julie Conner was named Coach of the Year for Region 3D. Both Hidden Valley and Lord Botetourt advance to the VHSL Class 3 State Tournament. The Cavaliers will host Fort Defiance at 6 p.m. on Saturday and the Titans will travel to Rustburg Saturday for a 6 p.m. start with the Red Devils.