KING WILLIAM —The Greensville County football season ended with a 47-16 loss at King William Friday in the 2A Region A quarterfinal round.
The Greensville County Eagles’ chances at a home playoff game took a major blow with a heartbreaking 44-36 loss to the Brunswick Bulldogs. The Eagles showed great fight even in defeat, nearly coming all the way back from an early 24-point deficit and almost tying the score before Brunswick t…
The Greensville County High School Golf team, coached by Donnie and Sara White were back this year with several young men including two seniors, Zackary Dickens and Kenji Carillo. Dickens and Carillo decided to play this year as seniors. It was their first time playing high school golf.
After dropping the first game of the Tri-Rivers District tournament the Greensville County Lady Eagles were looking for redemption against John Marshall High School in the 2A Region A tournament.
Emporia’s Sai’Yhon Knightnor finally got a chance to step in the ring in Richmond last weekend for his amateur boxing debut in the Gloves over Guns event.
The Greensville County Lady Eagles Volleyball team has four seniors leaving the nest when the season ends. Greensville finsihed fourth in the Tri-Rivers District with a league record of 8-5, 8-8 overall. Highlights of the season included two wins Ester Small is the head coach of the squad. S…
The Greensville County Eagles celebrated their homecoming weekend in style by crushing the Windsor Dukes 52-16 at home. It marked the Eagles’ fourth straight win after losing their first two games of the season.
The varsity GCHS Lady Eagles gave their all on Senior night, Pink out, and their last regular season game, but came up short against a strong Park View team. Regardless of the loss, the Lady Eagles have qualified for district and regional tournaments.
After a week of mostly grey skies and fog across Southern Virginia, Emporia Country Club was blessed with near-perfect weather for the 18th Annual YMCA Golf Classic on Friday afternoon.
FRANKLIN — On Tuesday the Greensville County Lady Eagles traveled to Franklin for the second matchup between the squads this year. GCHS made short work of the Broncos for the second time, beating them in three straight sets..
In the first set Lucy Watson came out with a service point, before serving one out of bounds. Franklin would serve into the gym rafters, Kalli Barbour would have a hard serve just out of bounds and Franklin would come hard at the Eagles scoring three points, before the Eagles battled to gain…
Madelyn Grey Williams was named Brunswick Academy’s Homecoming Queen, and Levi Hunter Matthews was tabbed Homecoming King Friday. Brunswick Academy defeated visiting Chincoteague High School 48-20 in the Homecoming football game in Lawrenceville.
COURTLAND — The Greensville County Eagles overcame a sluggish second half and a raucous crowd to pick up a 14-12 win over the hometown Southampton Indians. This marks the Eagles’ third straight victory after starting the season 0-2.
ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. — One of Greensville County’s finest basketball players received a prestigious honor from his alma mater. On Saturday, Oct. 9, former GCHS. basketball star Trey Drake was inducted into the North Carolina Wesleyan Athletic Hall of Fame.
The Emporia Greensville Recreation Association football teams have a long standing tradition of playing at the highest levels and this year’s varsity Renegade team is no different.
Real estate was hard to come by early for host Greensville County and visiting Park View Friday in the Eagle’s Nest. As the contest moved forward, the host Eagles got stronger on both sides of the ball and pulled away for a 28-7 victory.
The EGRA Renegades Flag football team entered Saturday’s game with a 1-4 record, playing South Hill with a 4-1 record. South Hill has only suffered a loss to this Renegades team.
COURTLAND — Prior to the start of the game Junior Enijah Vaughan stated, “If we work hard and play hard and don’t underestimate the other team we have a chance.” However, the Eagles would fall in three sets.
It took over a month, but the Greensville County Eagles finally have their first win of the 2021 season. In a dominant performance, they defeated the Surry County Cougars 48-28 after racing to a four-touchdown lead shortly before halftime.
The Greensville County Eagles girls’ volleyball team made quick work of Surry County on Tuesday night, sweeping the Cougars in three sets for a decisive win.
Baseball teams representing the TopHand Foundation in Emporia saw great success at last weekend’s USSSA (United States Specialty Sports Association) tournaments.
At times the Greensville County defensive 11 was pretty solid Friday against visiting Thomas Jefferson. Still, with the Eagle’s offense sputtering for the majority of the evening, the visiting Vikings pulled away for a 25-8 win.
The varsity Lady Eagles played the Sussex Tigers on the first day of school, Tuesday, Sept. 7. The Eagles made quick work of the Tigers winning in three consecutive sets.
The program followed him into the sunset when Pat Callahan retired from his head golf coach position for Greensville County High School following the 2018 season.
In the past, the Greensville County volleyball program has been nothing more than a speed bump for Southampton. No shame in that, the Lady Indians are a perennial Tri-Rivers District powerhouse.
A month and a half of playing football and other sports brought kids to the Washington Park Sports Camp from July 1 to Aug. 15. It was the lessons learned through mentoring and teaching that made the camp a successful endeavor.
Greensville County High School hasn’t played a football game since Nov. 22, 2019, when it fell to Thomas Jefferson 44-18 in the 2019 2A Region A semifinal round in Richmond. The last time the Eagles flew high with a victory was the week before, when they toppled Nottoway 36-28 in the first r…
Last Tuesday, the Emporia Greensville Recreation Association Ponytails softball team won the Virginia Dixie Youth state championship tournament. With that victory, the girls are headed to Alexandria, Louisiana for the World Series on July 30. During Monday’s meeting, the Greensville County B…
The Emporia-Greensville Recreation Association has another trophy to add to their collection. On Tuesday, the 11-12 Ponytails softball team claimed victory in the Dixie Youth Virginia state tournament, defeating Halifax County in a thrilling championship game.
On June 19, Isaiah Stephens headed to Harrisonburg as Greensville County High School’s lone representative in the VHSL 2A State track and field meet. The junior fared well, placing fifth in the discus and fourth in the shot-put.
SOUTH PRINCE GEORGE, VA -- Richard Bland College of William & Mary Director of Athletics Scott Newton announced the addition of men’s volleyball as the College's 8th NJCAA Division intercollegiate sport on Wednesday morning. The addition of men’s volleyball was made possible by a $10,000…
Brett Allen is taking every opportunity to prepare for the 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships June 20-25 in Grand Island, Nebraska.
2019 Greensville County graduate Cassie Robinson completed a strong sophomore season of golf on May 14 at Washington & Lee by placing 49th in the NCAA Division III Tournament at Forest Akers Golf Club in East Lansing, Michigan. Robinson’s team finished tied for 9th in championships. Twen…
After a missed 2020 season, spring sports have returned to Greensville County High School. And while many students are back on the field with their friends playing the sports they love, two GCHS freshman are trying something completely new. Ninth graders Blair Dickens and Hannah Wells are th…
Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services (JFBHS) hosted its 26th annual Go Golfing for the Kids tournament at the Golf Club at the Highlands in Chesterfield County. Over the years, this event has raised nearly $600,000. This year, the proceeds will be used towards “building a better future” …
After getting forced to take a year off due to the pandemic, The Greensville County baseball team had a rough start to the season Monday falling to Park View 26-1.
Greensville County softball coach Sharon Randolph expected a breakout performance from her squad after it dropped its first two games of the season to Park View.
The Lady Eagles did not lack from run production Monday, but in the end, they were unable to keep up with the visiting Dragons, falling 19-8. The highlight for Greensville was getting on the field for its first home game since 2019.
The Greensville Education Foundation has received a $5,000 Social Justice Grant from the National Football League Foundation. Former NFL player and Emporia native Willie Gillus gifted the grant.
For the first time in over a year, teams returned to the fields Tuesday at Meherrin River Park for the Emporia Greensville Recreation Association’s (EGRA) spring sports season.