Month: November 2019

Galax advances to State Semifinals

Galax 52 Geo. Wythe 6

Rushing– Galax- Brown 18-317, Lawrence 5-37, Beeman 5-19, Pickett 5-(minus1), GW- Wells 15-44, Simmons 15-26, McMillian 5-25

Passing– Galax- Pickett – 3 of 6 -0 Ints.- 1 Td.- 141 yds., GW- Simmons – 8 of 19- 1 Int. 0 Tds.- 118 yds., McMillain 1 of 2- 0 Ints.- 1 Td.- 40 yds.

Recpts.- Galax – Johnson 2-96, Bryson 1-45, GW- Tillison 7-149, McMillian 17, Reigelsperger 1-8

First Downs – Galax 14, GW- 10

Total Yards– Galax – 513, GW- 253

Turnovers – Galax -0 , GW- 5

Fumbles/ lost– Galax 0, GW -3

Penalties – Galax 6-40 yds., GW- 2-10 yds.

Rush Yards– Galax 372, GW- 95

 

Week 14- RSN / R-S Football Picks

Last week 7-3, Overall 107-23- .823 Pct.

  1. Galax over Geo. Wythe
  2. Salem over E C Glass
  3. Graham over Central- Wise
  4. PH- Glade Spring over J I Burton
  5. Appomattox over Gretna
  6. Lord Botetourt over Northside
  7. Heritage (Lyn) over Spotswood
  8. Riverheads over Sussex Central
  9. Stuarts Draft over East Rockingham
  10. Goochland over James Madison

Cougar boys basketball wallops Giles

Pulaski Co. Cougars boys basketball team drilled the Giles Spartans 95-53 in their second scrimmage. Hayden Gray knocked down four three’s and six two’s for 27 points in the win. Peyton Blackburn tossed in 18, Josh Bourne 15, J J Gulley 11, and Caleb Underwood had 10 points as the Cougars placed those in double-figures. ” We played well at times and improved from our first scrimmage,” said Cougar head coach Tyler Cannoy. The Cougars have eight players still playing football. They will be out this week after the football team lost.

The Cougar junior varsity swamped the Giles JV 68-16. Kyle O’Neal paced the young Cougars with 12 points. He got help from Peyton McDaniel with 11 points and Alex Sealander chipped in with nine.

The Cougar varsity and JV are scheduled to open their season Tuesday, December 3rd at Carroll Co. JV is slated to tip at 5:30 with varsity following.

Pulaski Co. boys basketball chaos defeats Floyd Co.

Dublin… Pulaski Co. boys basketball is under new management. The Cougars first action under new head coach Tyler Cannoy got off to a slow start but really picked up after the first three mins in a scrimmage held at the Cougar Den for an 84-70 win over Floyd Co. Buffaloes.

Hayden Gray knocked down five three’s en route to scoring 31 points. He had help from J J Gulley with 19 points and Chris Hay chipped in with 15. The Cougars pressed full court, double-teamed the ball all over the court. The chaos didn’t kick in until the Buffaloes went up 10-0. The Gray knocked down a couple of three-point bombs and the excitement, energy really picked up. ” Our defense picked up thereafter Gray (Hayden) hit those two long shots to get us going, ”  said Coach Cannoy. ” We only have seven varsity kids due to football still playing. I let five or six kids off the junior varsity to come to play here tonight. It’s a starting point for us and I’m pleased with the effort tonight,” said Cannoy. Coach then added,”We got to play defense better without fouling and we got a lot more offense to put in.”

The Cougar junior varsity also won by beating the baby Buffaloes 47-40. The Cougars are coached by former Cougar Austin Twine. The young Cougars were led by 18 points coming from Peyton McDaniel. Kyle O’Neal scored 10,and Marcus Calloway five points.

Floyd Co. got 11 points from Ashton Agnew, eight from Sean Vickers and, seven from A J Cantrell.

Floyd Co. got 17 points from freshman Kaiden Swortzel, 15 from Mitchell Thompson, and nine from Tanyan Sutphin.

PC – 18  24  19  23-84

FC  –  12 18  24  16- 70

PC – 20- 2’s,  8- 3’s, 28 FG,s – 20-27 FT’s

FC – 25-2’s,  3- 3’s,  28 FG’s, – 11-19 FT’s

Scoring:

PC – Gray 31, Hay 15, Gulley 19, Hudson 6, Bourne 4, Swinney 5, Blackburn 4

FC-  Swortzel 17, H. Gallimore 5, Sutphin 9, Thompson 15, Bond 7, Brewer 8, Banks 7, Jones 2

 

Week 13- RSN/ R-S Football Picks

Last Week – 10-0, Overall 100-20- .833 Pct.

  1. Galax over Auburn
  2. Chilhowie over J I Burton
  3. PH- Glade Spring over Holston
  4. Radford over Gretna
  5. Narrows over Geo. Wythe
  6. E C Glass over Pulaski Co.
  7. Salem over GW-Danville
  8. Lord Botetourt over Hidden Valley
  9. Graham over Union
  10. North Stafford over Patrick Henry

Bobcats win, advances in playoffs

Radford 35 Patrick Co. 0

Passing –  Radford- Rupe 8 of 11 – 0 Ints.-3 Tds.-81 yds, Johnson 1-1-0 Ints.-0 Tds.-2 yds., Patrick Co.- Sprowl- 2 of 9-0 Ints.-0 Tds.- 18 yds.

Rushing – Radford – Rupe 11-94, J. Baylor 9-34, Tanner 4-18, DW Brubeck 8-51, Johnson 2-3, Woodward 2-1, Patrick Co. – Drewery 7-24, Merriman 11-34, Sprowl 18-82, Fulcher 1-4, Argo 1-0

Receptions– Radford – Dobson 1-38-TD, Johnson 1-5, Brubeck 1-6, Woodward 1-2, Tanner 5-32- 2 TDS., Patrick Co.- Fulcher 1-6, Drewery 1-12

First Downs– Radford 14, Patrick Co.-9

Fumbles/lost– Radford 0, Patrick Co. 0

Penalties- Radford 0, Patrick Co. 3-15 yds.

Punts/Avg.- Radford 0/0 , Patrick Co. 2-25.5

Total Yds.–  Radford 284, Patrick Co. 164

 

 

Week 12-RSN /R-S Football Picks

Last Week 9-1, Overall 90-20 – .818 Pct.

1st Round Playoffs

  1. Graham over Tazewell
  2. Ridgeview over Marion
  3. Pulaski Co. over Blacksburg
  4. Hidden Valley over Christiansburg
  5. Galax over Eastern Montgomery
  6. PH-Glade Spring over Honaker
  7. Narrows over Grayson Co.
  8. Radford over Patrick Co.
  9. Glenvar over Floyd Co.
  10. Geo. Wythe over Parry McCluer

Unofficial Playoffs – Class 3 Region D & Class 4- Region D

Projected Playoffs- Class 3 Region D

8- Wm Byrd (3-7) @ 1- Lord Botetourt (10-0)

5- Christiansburg (5-5) @ 4- Hidden Valley (6-4)

6- Bassett (6-4) @ 3- Magna Vista (7-3)

7- Abingdon ( 5-5) @ 2- Northside (7-3)

Projected Playoffs- Class 4- Region D

8- Amherst Co. ( 2-8) @ 1- Salem (9-1)

5- GW- Danville (7-3) @ 4- Halifax Co. (7-3)

6- Blacksburg (6-4) @ 3- Pulaski Co. (8-2)

7- Jefferson Forest  (7-3)@ 2- E C Glass (9-1)

Unofficial Playoffs- Class 2- Region D & C

Projected Playoffs- Class 2- Region D

8- Marion ( 3-7) @ 1- Ridgeview ( 8-2)

5- Richlands ( 6-4) @ 4- Central-Wise ( 8-2)

6- Tazewell (7-3) @ 3- Graham ( 8-2)

7- Gate City (4-6) @ 2- Union ( 8-2)

Projected Playoffs- Class 2- Region C

8- Chatham( 6-4) @ 1- Appomattox (8-2)

5- Floyd Co.( 6-4) @ 4- Glenvar ( 6-4)

7- Patrick Co. ( 5-5) @ 2- Radford ( 8-2)

6- Dan River ( 6-4) @ 3- Gretna ( 7-3)

Unofficial Playoffs- Class 1- Region D & C

Projected Playoffs- Class 1 Region D

8-Honaker  (5-5) @ 1- PH – Glade Spring ( 10-0)

5- Holston ( 6-4) @ 4- Castlewood  ( 6-3)- Eastside winner

6- Thomas Walker (6-4) @ 3- Chilhowie ( 8-2)

7- Castlewood – Eastside ( 4-5) loser @ 2- J I Burton (8-2)

 Projected Playoffs – Class 1 Region C

8- Eastern Montgomery (2-8) @ 1- Galax (8-1)

5- Auburn (5-5) @ 4- Covington ( 6-4)

6- Parry McCluer (3-7) @ 3- Geo. Wythe ( 7-2)

7- Grayson Co.(3-7) @ 2- Narrows ( 10-0)