Month: July 2018

Of all the leagues in the Roanoke-Lynchburg area, none can claim the state wide success of the Seminole District.  Every team in the District has won at least one State Championship, and some like Amherst County Brookville and Rustburg have won multiple championships. Liberty Christian counts in that as well, although the Bulldogs State Championships […]

Of all the districts in the Roanoke-Lynchburg area none is as diverse as the Piedmont District.  It’s been around forever and has long-time members Martinsville, Magna Vista, Tunstall and Bassett.  Those schools are Class 2, Class 3, Class 3 and Class 4 respectively.  Then you throw in George Washington, a Class 4 school, Halifax County […]

No that’s not Barney Fife talking on the Radio.  That’s what longtime High School powerhouse Salem can do this season.  The Spartans have the opportunity to win the school’s 10th state championship and 4th in a row.  They’ve played in 4 straight State Championship games.   Only two schools in Virginia have ever won 4 championships […]

  It’s a sure sign that Summer is quickly coming to an end.  NFL Training Camps are open, and tomorrow in the Commonwealth of Virginia, it’s the opening day of High School Football practice.  Opening day has lost a bit of its luster over the years as football is now a year-round sport, but it […]

Welcome to the most nothing month of the year on the sports calendar, the forgettable month of July.  The only thing July really brings is that when NFL Training Camps open at the end of the month we are all set for the return of American tackle football and that’s a good thing. But generally […]