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Lady Raiders tennis optimistic on season
NORTON — The defending Cumberland Conference champion J.I. Burton girls’ tennis team enters the 2017 season with experience, talent and enthusiasm. That is a very good combination, and unity can be...
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Ribbon cut on Gilliam Tennis Complex
This is a success story. A very determined combination of private-sector land, funds, materials, willpower and people has resulted in tennis magic. Where there was nothing just a few weeks ago now ...
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Burton boys’ tennis starts with vigor
NORTON — The J.I. Burton boys’ tennis team this season is starting over. And they are doing so with vigor. After losing several players to graduation the past couple of years, the Raiders are still...
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Wolfpack loses heartbreaker to Battle
Friday night brought conference heavyweight John Battle to the Wolfpack Stadium to battle the Ridgeview boys’ soccer team, with the Trojans winning 2-0. “Every time you play John Battle in soccer y...
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Lady Wolfpack tennis shows poise, vigor
Coming off a solid third-place showing in the Clinch Mountain Conference last season, the core of the Ridgeview Lady Wolfpack tennis team is a year older and wiser on the court. Combine that with t...
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Central's Mullins Player of the Year, Ridgeview's Frazier 1st team all-state
Central senior Sophie Mullins earned Player of the Year honors and Lady Warriors head coach Robin Dotson garnered Coach of the Year accolades on the 2016-17 Group 2A girls’ basketball team. Mullins...
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Teamwork gives Wolfpack boys' tennis an edge
Teamwork, an all-for-one attitude, gives the Ridgeview boys’ tennis team an advantage. “One of our major strengths is our teamwork,” Wolfpack head coach Adrian White said. “We all work together. Th...
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  • Teamwork gives Wolfpack boys' tennis an edge
    by SAM DIXON • SPORTS EDITOR
    03.23.17 - 12:01 am
  • VHSCA All-Star basketball games here Saturday
    by SAM DIXON • SPORTS EDITOR
    03.21.17 - 12:01 am
  • Wolfpack shuts out Union boys in opener
    by RICHARD MEADE • SPORTS WRITER
    03.15.17 - 12:02 am
  • Lady Wolfpack soccer falls to Union 3-0
    by RICHARD MEADE • SPORTS WRITER
    03.15.17 - 12:01 am
  • Lady Warriors believe, achieve 2A title
    by SAM DIXON • SPORTS EDITOR
    03.14.17 - 12:02 am