Month: December 2016

Results for Dec. 28


Grayson Co. 53  Abingdon 43

Fort Chiswell 57 Floyd Co. 54

Alleghany (NC) 46  Galax 18

Radford 47 Carroll Co. 30

George Wythe 69  Richlands  64

Blacksburg 75  Giles 65

Wm Byrd 60 Christiansburg 48

Bluefield 92 Graham 68


Rural Retreat 43 Auburn 11

North Surry (NC) 54 Galax 42

Lord Botetourt 64 Geo Wythe 45


Scores for Tues. Dec. 27


Northside 79 Giles 42

Christiansburg  64  Faith Christian 58

North Cross 69   Blacksburg 60

Chilhowie 58 Marion 40

George Wythe 99 Mtn. Mission B team 70

Eastside 59 Lebanon 45

Va. High 73 Grundy 44


Fort Chiswell 72 Graham 48

Marion 51 Chilhowie 32

Galax 48 T W Andrews (NC) 30

Va.High 68 Grundy 53

Greetings and some info

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Cougars get big win over Maroon Tide

Dublin…Occasionally it’s hard to get your team to concentrate on a basketball game especially this close to Christmas. It’s even harder to play a team you just beat by 50 points. The Pulaski Co. Cougars did concentrate and defeated the Galax Maroon Tide 55-29. C C Grubb pumped in 16 points as he hit four three’s to go with two other field goals to lead the Cougars. Logan Robertson had eight points and Bryant Grubb came off the bench for seven points.

Ethan Robinson and Dougie Peoples both led Galax, who’s just beginning to get in basketball shape, with six points. Noah Hutchens and Gage Cook both contributed five points each for the 0-3 Maroon Tide.

The Cougars (7-2) led 20-11 after the opening quarter and took a 30-15 advantage into halftime. Coach Hart played mainly his reserves the second half as all 12 Cougars saw action and 10 of them got into the scoring column.

“This was kind of a workman-like game,” said Cougar head coach Andrew Hart. “We got everyone into the game and some players got a little experience that hopefully will help us down the road. We’re out of school; it’s kind of hard to motivate after just playing them Monday night. We did what we needed to do tonight.”

The Cougar junior varsity won their fifth in a row and improved to 8-1 heading into the holiday break by beating the Tide 63-23. James Jackson had 14 points, Luke Russell 11, Hayden Gray nine, Dre Grubb eight points and Gage Mannon six. Julian Black and Jairus Miller both chipped in with four apiece. Galax got six points from Cole Pickett and five from Marques Brown.

Pulaski Co. will be off for the next 10 days or so; they will be back at the Cougar Den on Tuesday January 3 versus Cave Spring.


PC      20   10 12 13-55

Galax 11   15 20   9 -29


PC – C Grubb 16, B Grubb 7, Roberson 6, Poe 2, Robertson 8, Gray 6, Blankenship 4, Blevins 2, O’Dell 2, Redd 2


Galax- Hutchens 5, Bryson 3, Peoples 6, Cook 5, Robinson 6, Ashworth 4


3 PT. Goals – PC – 7 – (C. Grubb 4, Gray 2, Robertson), Galax – 2- (Cook, Bryson)


Fouls – PC- 7, Galax – 16


Technicals- None


Dec 21 Scores


Martinsville 43 Radford 42  OT

Chilhowie 73 Rural Retreat 44

Glenvar 60 Lord Botetourt 47


Martinsville 63 Radford 29

Marion 58 Patrick Henry -Glade Spring 44


Pioneers defeated in the fourth quarter

Isaiah Ramsey putting it up for 2

(Photography courtesy Tina Quesenberry)

Fort Chiswell…Leading 40-39 after three quarters, the Fort Chiswell Pioneers saw the Graham G-men go on a 15-0 run to start the fourth quarter as Graham beat the Pioneers 62-46.

The game was back and forth with no team leading by more than four at any point in the first three quarters. Graham led 17-16 after one and Fort Chiswell lead 27-26 at intermission.

While Graham was on their 15-0 run the first four minutes of the final quarter, the Pioneers help Graham by turning the ball over five times in the first three minutes of the final quarter.

Graham was led in scoring by Darrin Martin and Tyrese Ellison both with 12 points. Emil Curto contributed 10 and Cameron Allen had nine points. Those four scored 20 of the G-men 23 fourth quarter points. They outscored the Pioneers 23-6 in the deciding quarter.

Andrew Stoots

Fort Chiswell got 13 points from Senior Andrew Hart, 12 from Isaiah Ramsey and 10 from Tanner Bailey. Bailey was held scoreless in the second half, but Stoots pumped in 11 of his points in that half. Coach Derrick Jackson of Fort Chiswell remarked, “Our guard play wasn’t good there to start the fourth quarter and it cost us.” He then added, ”We played hard and it was a heck of a game except for the first four minutes of the fourth quarter. Proud of how we competed.”

The Pioneers lost as their record dropped to 2-1 and Graham improved to 3-0 on the young season.

The Pioneers will be back in action Thursday night as they take on Grayson Co. in a quad. The girl’s junior varsity starts at 4:30, boy’s junior varsity 5:45, girl’s varsity at 7 and boys varsity will be around 8:30.


Graham 17   9 13 23- 62

FC         16 11 13 6 – 46


3 Pt. goals- Graham – 3 – (Ellison 2, Baker), FC – 2- (Sutphin, Ramsey)


Fouls – Graham – 11, FC – 15


Fouled Out – FC – Bailey


Technicals – None


FT’s – Graham – 15 of 19, FC- 4 of 8

Results for Dec. 20


Graham 62 Fort Chiswell 46

Chilhowie 74 Holston 44

Tenn High 58 Va. High 49

John Battle 47 Abingdon 45

Richlands 73 Grayson Co. 57

Eastern Montgomery 68 Montcalm (WV)  52

Oak Hill Academy 72 Southwind (TN) 59


Christiansburg 50 Craig Co. 42

Grayson Co. 55 Richlands 47