Tag: Chance Harman Classic

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Floyd County gives Gate City a tough basketball battle

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

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First weekend of 2019: Chance Harman Classic, Radio Show & More

The annual Chance Harman Memorial Classic Basketball Tournament takes to the court at the new gym at Floyd County High School Friday and Saturday with games featuring many teams. Floyd County takes on Gate City at 6 pm Saturday. The first Floyd Radio Show of the new year features Shadowgrass and The Thundering Tardigrades as

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Musings

Snow? Maybe; Cold? Absolutely

After a reasonably warm day in Southwestern Virginia Tuesday, residents in Floyd County awake to a low at or just under 50 degrees as 6 am. approaches — the forecast says that will be the high as the thermometer starts a plunge that will send temperatures down in the 30s by 4 p.m. and to

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Gate City takes win over Floyd

Floyd County’s Buffaloes went down to Gate City in the second day of the Chance Harman Classic at Floyd County High School Friday before a packed house and a host of activities to the charity tournament that keeps growing. Jard Spence accounted for five of the Buffaloes’ seven three-point shots and Floyd led by a

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A slam-dunk

In fact, the contest itself was a match among slam dunk artists on the basketball court, an event at the Chance Harman Classic at Floyd County High School Friday afternoon. The event followed Radford’s destruction of Blacksburg 61-31 in one of the games of the first day of the two-day classic. The first day games

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Gate City downs Floyd

Gate City waited a year for revenge on a loss to Floyd County at last year’s Chance Harman Classic and downed the Buffaloes 72-64 before a large crowd Saturday. Will Cook led FCHS scoring with 21 points, followed byk Justin Conduff with 18 and Cole Harris at 16. Gate City aided their cause with four

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