Both the Buffaloes and Lady Buffaloes head into Three Rivers District title games Thursday night after convincing wins in semi-final matches Wednesday. The boys reversed regular season losses to Glenvar in the semi-final match at the Roanoke County school, hitting three-pointers from many sections of the court, collecting solid rebounds and other good defensive plays.
It took a third quarter rout where the Floyd County High School Lady Buffaloes varsity basketball team outscored Alleghany 24-2 and then hung on in the last period to win 45-43 on Senior Night. Alexis Kiser stored 19 points and Amie Whitlow added 9 and both had a three-point score in a tight game where
Busy night for the Floyd County High School Lady Buffaloes varsity team as they took on a tough Glenvar team last Friday night on the opening game for basketball homecoming. The Lady Buffs trailed early but fought back and downed Glenvar 47-38.
If the Radford Lady Bobcats planned on revenge against the Floyd County Lady Buffaloes Friday night, the plan didn’t work. The Lady Buffs downed the ‘Cats 57-40 in Radford, sweeping the district opponent in district play. The win was a repeat of the Jan. 7 match where the Lady Buffs also scored 57 points to
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes dominated Radford’s Bobcats Monday in a game that never seemed in doubt. Alex Kiser scored 17 points for the Buffs, followed by 12 from Abby Spence as the ladies led by eight points at the end of the first quarter and 14 by the half. Floyd added to the
Floyd County’s Buffaloes varsity basketball team took on defending champion Gate City’s Blue Devils Saturday night at the Chance Harman Classic and gave the visitors a scare, leading by as much as seven points in the first half until Zac Ervin started to score and ran up 35 points on his own to lead the