Floyd County High School’ girls’ varsity softball team last week put on an incredible offensive show against Eastern Montgomery. By the time umpires called the game in the 5th inning, the Lady Buffs piled up a 17-0 lead behind the no-hit pitching of senior Amber Ingram (left), who also accounted for six runs
Floyd County’s grls varsity basketball team — so strong in the Three River District opener Tuesday night — ran head-on into the red-hot Radford team at James River High School in Buchanan Thursday night as the Bobcats knocked the Bufaloes ot of the Region C Division 2 semi-fina 67-49. More photos and Roger Mannon’s story
Floyd County High School’s varsity girls’ basketball team meets Radford at 6 p.m. tonight at James River High School for the Region C, Division 2 regional semi-finals for the Virginia High School basketball. It’s an old rivalry but Floyd took Radford during the regular season and won the division championship so if they play up
Floyd County High School’s junior varsity football team wrapped up its home season with a match against Patrick County Friday night. The junior Buffaloes were leading 22-6 at halftime when I had to leave the game for another event. More photos and Roger Mannon’s full story in next week’s Floyd Press.
The outstretched hands of the official signaling yet another touchdown by the Floyd County High School Buffaloes became a regular sight Friday night as the team demolished Auburn 42-6 before a homecoming crowd. All of the team’s touchdowns came in the first half and the Buffs went into the locker room at half time leading
Floyd County High School’s varsity volleyball team (above) ended non-district season play Thursday night with a 3-0 loss to James River and head into district games next week with a 0-10 record so far this season. Meanwhile, the JV team celebrated another win (below), overcoming a second game loss to James River to take the
Floyd County High School varsity football running back Dorian Harris delivered another outstanding performance Friday night as the Buffaloes routed Patrick County 48-19 in the second home game of the season. Harris, who appears on his way to a 1,000-yard plus season, racked up more than 100 yards and three touchdowns in the first half
Floyd County High School’s varsity football team rebounded from a season-opening loss last week to Christiansburg by stomping Rural Retreat 48-20 Friday night for the home opener. Dorian Harris (above), aided by key blocking, shredded the RR defense with rushing touchdowns while the Buffalo defense stepped up (below) with key quarterback sacks an solid wall