Fleming’s coaching duo: Teaching the game of life through the skills of basketball
ROANOKE, Va. – He’s been a fixture at William Fleming High School for nearly three decades, with the title of ‘Top Colonel’ for 18 years. Boys basketball head coach, Jeffrey “Mickey” Hardy has passed on his passion for the game to some of the best talent to come from the Star City with one goal in mind. Just as Michael Jordan had Scotty Pippen, Mickey Hardy has his own right-hand man, in assistant coach Marshall Ashford. That’s when he learned more about this standout JUCO player, Jeff “Mickey” Hardy. One on one with Mickey Hardy
WATCH: Fleming and Radford boys get wins on the hardwoods Tuesday night
ROANOKE, Va. – On senior night at William Fleming, Mickey Hardy’s Colonels paced themselves in a 59-43 victory over Franklin County. In Daleville, the highly touted Radford Bobcats put their show on the road, earning a 65-55 win over Lord Botetourt. The three-point machine, Cam Cormany, tallied 23 points in the win for the Bobcats. Other scores from Tuesday night included:BOYS SCORES:Cave Spring 66, William Byrd 43E.C. Glass 74, Heritage 10Nelson County 46, Altavista 36Northside 46, Glenvar 42Patrick County 58, GW-Danville 8Patrick Henry-Roanoke 64, Salem 43Timberlake Christian 46, Blue Ridge Christian 22William Fleming 45, Franklin County 34
Colonels get victory in Roy Stanley Memorial Basketball Shootout
Salem – Coach Mickey Hardy’s Colonels defeated Carlisle 68-61 on Saturday in the second game of the 2020 Roy Stanley Memorial Basketball Shootout. For over 30 years, Roy Stanley was a fixture on local Roanoke television sports. The tournament honor’s Roy’s legacy and the impact in made in the sports community. The Liberty Christian Girls defeated Roanoke Catholic 49-28. The Cave Spring girls took down Amherst Co. 58-39.