Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes, riding a 16-game winning streak after a victory in the state quarter-final tournament in Salem on Friday, will face George Mason in the semi-final next Friday at the Siegel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. The winner of that game plays for the championship Saturday at 3 p.m.
Yes, things look a little different around here and that’s on purpose. Regular readers may have noticed a design change on Blue Ridge Muse. Longtime readers will feel Deja Vu all over again. I’ve returned to an earlier design of this web site because a number of readers have told me they have had problems
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffs continued their winning ways Thursday night with an 84-54 victory over James River to advance to the Region C Division 2 finals Saturday night. The final puts the Buffs up against Patrick Henry-Glade Spring — the team that defeated longtime Floyd County rival Glenvar in the regional opener. The
Floyd County High School’s boys varsity basketball team fell to Grayson Couunty 76-67 Wednesday night to bring their season to an end but the Buffaloes fought hard to the end in a game that saw the lead swap back and forth several times. Playing in Independence, the fell behind in the beginning but fought back
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffs, the No. 1 seed in Region C, Division II girls basketball, opened the regional tournament Tuesday night with a 100-45 destruction of Ford Chiswell. Amanda Hollingsworth led scoring with 19 points and four steals as the Lady Buffs notched another win in a stellar season while perennial rival Glenvar,
As regular readers know, I’m still on the mend after a severe motorcycle crash last fall. With therapy expected to continue for at least for several more months, each day is a challenge. Part of the therapy is relearning the skills I had before the crash. Shooting, producing and editing video was part of my
Miguel Policarpo of Floyd County High School wins the Quarterfinal consolation match Saturday morning in the Virginia High School League state Group A wrestling championships at Salem Civic Center. Policarpo won his opening match Friday and advanced. He was the only opening day winner to advance to Saturday but all three wrestlers should be congratulated