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  1. 9 points
    bhs7695

    Bluefield's Truck Edwards

    Congrats to Jason "Truck" Edwards. Per his Twitter he's going to the University of Pittsburgh to play football! I'm excited for him and to watch him continue his football career at a Power five school.
  2. 8 points
    sixcat

    Influences

    It may not mean as much in far SWVA as it does in this area. I would have loved for my former high school coach and mentor, Fred Jennings, to have been interviewed for the podcast series Ryan is putting together. You guys would have loved listening to him as much as I have for the past 40 years. He passed away on Tuesday at the age of 86. I would love for more people to hear his stories. For example, at one point just following WWII, four of his older brothers were in the starting five of the Lees-McRae Bobcat basketball team. All five starters were graduates of Fries High School and had fought in WWII. They postponed completion of high school to serve their country, completed high school upon their return, all became college graduates and high achievers in life. It was a different time and they were symbolic of "The Greatest Generation"! Fred was a veteran of the Korean Conflict and lost 70% of his hearing in the process. He was awarded the Silver Star for his efforts. Fred attended every single Virginia Tech home football game from 1958 through 2016, not missing a single one. He was honored on the field for his contributions to the university on several occasions. Fred built a full-court basketball court and Olympic sized pool at his home to keep "his kids" (us) out of trouble. He never had children of his own but had hundreds he taught and coached through the years. He was my baseball coach, football coach, Algebra teacher, mentor and friend. For most of the past 11 years, Fred would come to my office every few months and just talk...for hours. His wife passed away a few years ago and he hasn't been the same. He is, in all honesty, the single greatest influence on my life. He took an interest in me when I was 4 years old, taught me the value of life and passed his love of math on to me. He is the reason my username on this board, Twitter and Instagram handles will never change. He is partially responsible for the moniker. His brother, Allen "Birddog" Jennings was a teacher and coach at Virginia High in the 60's. He wrote a fabulous book several years ago called "My Day to Wear the Underwear". Birddog passed away March 8th at the age of 92. Rest in peace Mr. Jennings. You were loved and will be missed.
  3. 8 points
    Ryan4VT

    Transfer?

    SOMEONE CALL THE VHSL!!! CHEATERS!!! DIRTY ROTTEN CHEATERS!!!! FIRE EVERYONE!!! COACH! PRINCIPAL! AD!! LUNCH LADIES!!!!!! GET THIS FILTH OUT OF OUR KIDS LIVES!!!!!
  4. 7 points
    bhs7695

    Mookie Collier commits to.....

    Marshall University! Go Herd and go Mookie!
  5. 6 points
    1inStripes

    Transfer?

    Wrong type of pipe.......jk
  6. 6 points
    Jason

    Transfer?

    Must be something about the "R". Hahaha
  7. 5 points
    cityofRaven

    Transfer?

    Yep, everyone sure knows that the job market in Richlands is comparable to that of growing cities such as Charlotte and Houston...
  8. 4 points
    Ryan4VT

    SWVA Sports Podcast - Episode 16

    WE'RE BACK!!!! Here is our interview with Thomas Jones of Powell Valley fame. Really amazing conversation with TJ. Check it out on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Sticher, TuneIn and SoundCloud now!!!!! Or check it out at our website here: http://peakvirtualsolutions.us/swvasportspod/ .
  9. 4 points
    Falcon Mania

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    Carrol Dale- Don't know if he's still around. Last I heard he was involved at UVA-Wise
  10. 4 points
    GC_Quincy

    Transfer?

    Transfers smansfers...how many holdbacks do they have? o.O Sorry....I just had to do it...lol
  11. 4 points
    sixcat

    Was I out of line?

    I can certainly see where some might find this to be somewhat obnoxious. However, I feel it's entirely warranted under the circumstances. My feedback would be, carry on good sir! For future reference, you could add "Go Non-litigious Liberty" or even "Go Liberty that didn't sue VHSL for admittance" to your repertoire.
  12. 3 points
    UVAObserver

    SWVA Sports Podcast - Episode 16

    Mr. Jones was quite candid and delightfully well-spoken. Great job on this one fellas, can’t wait to see more!
  13. 3 points
    Bigrhsfan

    Bluefield's Truck Edwards

    Thats fantastic ! Always glad to hear about someone from our area going on to the next level to continue playing ball, but more importantly, to continue his education ! Congrats to the young man !
  14. 3 points
    swva_havok_fan

    Transfer?

    Bring em' on! :) Sweet! When I first heard the news yesterday, I knew this was coming... Lol. Since y'all have the Bradshaw, West Virginia pipeline sewn up, maybe we can hit the Pike County and Letcher County, Kentucky pipelines. :D
  15. 2 points
    http://www.timesnews.net/Basketball/2018/04/20/Lawson-bound-for-D-I-Mount-St-Mary-s
  16. 2 points
    Liam McPoyle

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    How about this guy? Justin Hamilton @coach_ham VT Dir of Player Development, Defense Your travel costs would be minimal.
  17. 2 points
    Bearcat Dad

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    Trazel Silvers. Didn't make it to the NBA, but was a Globetrotter and played professionally, overseas. Last I heard, he lives in Johnson City. A discussion about being a Harlem Globetrotter would be interesting. I don't know him personally, but I grew up in awe of him, and I've never been a big basketball guy. He and my cousin were best friends growing up, and I watched him dominate a couple of times as a Rebel.
  18. 2 points
    trublue

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    Just finished listening to the Thomas Jones podcast...and really enjoyed it. I loved the part where he talked about being a ball boy for his Powell Valley team. It was very interesting listening to him talk about his journey from high school football, then to UVA (graduating in 3 years) and then onto the NFL. He kept referring to his SWVA roots throughout the interview...great job Brady and Ryan...outstanding.
  19. 2 points
    edrforshey

    WV state championship games

    I was wishing that shit hole would just float down the Ohio River with the water
  20. 2 points
    UVAObserver

    Transfer?

    Our car dealerships are second to none!
  21. 2 points
    This may not be for all to view, but if you do, I believe you will be touched as I was. It is a video of Simon the Cyrenian pulled from the crowd to carry Jesus cross. Cyrene is a country in North Africa and even though the video doesn't portray him being a black man, it seems likely he was. In reading other accounts of this happening, the Roman soldiers did not pull any of the Jews from the crowd due to it being Passover. If the Jews had touched the cross, they would have been defiled and not able to participate in Passover.
  22. 2 points
    Unfortunately, It is a "third world" sport for most high schools in SWVA...
  23. 2 points
    Mike Scharnus took Carroll to the playoffs 3 times in his 4 years at Carroll while a member of the old New River District that was made up of many current River Ridge programs. Dave Haynie was successful at Carroll as a member of the Southwest District. As long as current leadership in Carroll teaches inferiority, that’s exactly what they will be. It’s a school of 1,200 students playing in a District with the second largest school being half that size. Good luck with that “Blacksburg kid, Blacksburg job” ideal!
  24. 2 points
    Very sad day for the Honaker community. He will be dearly missed! Glad I was fortunate enough to play for him. The time I spent with him changed my life forever. Great coach and even better man! #Forever17
  25. 1 point
    trublue

    Local College Thread

    BristolSports‏ @BHCSports Cousin, Mance make their mark in UVa-Wise spring game: http://www.heraldcourier.com/sports/cousin-mance-make-their-marks-in-uva-wise-spring-game/article_b40d8122-4516-11e8-b867-7f8e33c31e70.html … great state
  26. 1 point
    cityofRaven

    Graham Clark Resigns

    Travis Turner one of 3... Some of you were spot on in your "Turner happy in Big Stone" and "DB wouldn't lower themselves to SWVA" assessments.
  27. 1 point
    Blue_Crue

    Graham Clark Resigns

    http://www.wjhl.com/sports/three-possible-candidates-in-dobyns-bennett-football-coaching-search/1130795439
  28. 1 point
    UVAObserver

    Mookie Collier commits to.....

    Marshall’s developed a good pipeline from SWVA over the years. A team can develop some quality depth poaching off the D-I talent that rises up here.
  29. 1 point
    Another one of my weird foibles is that I really don't like capital punishment, but I tend to embrace the Native American concept of Blood Law. I feel completely abandoned by the "two party" system. But I'd probably be willing to vote for you if you ran for something. :-)
  30. 1 point
    This is extremely interesting information. A lot of fodder for some very serious discussion. Thanks a bunch, sixcat! Not sure that I have standing to comment on this potentially volatile issue, but I think Virginia Tech does face a very persistent race issue. Although there was a noticeable minority presence in the community during my time there (well... at the very least it was certainly more diverse than Richlands) my perception is that it was not statistically representative of either the national or state population. And I doubt that things have changed much. I don't wish to make this too political, because my own political views are very complicated. (For example, I am probably very liberal in terms of my views on race, but I am generally opposed to the concept of affirmative action.) That said, I would actually be very happy to learn that my alma mater isn't reaching out to students like my son because it is targeting its efforts toward attracting a more diverse student, faculty, and staff population. My cynical suspicion is that Tech isn't really doing anything at all. On a much broader level, the apparent direct relationship between a college's selectivity and its consideration of race is very interesting indeed.
  31. 1 point
    I have heard several stories but the only one that really has any credibility was the driver's. The driver did change some minor details from time to time but it was clear he was under pressure to do so. I have seen three of his accounts published and in all three he states Williams was alive when he stopped in Bluefield on what is today Bluefield Ave (along the railroad tracks) and Williams was gone when he got to Oak Hill. No one knows where he died for sure but it seems for sure that it was somewhere on US 19 between Bluefield and Oak Hill.
  32. 1 point
    Virginia Tech struggles at times to meet state mandated standards for affirmative action. Quotas are not a popular topic for discussion and the powers that be have done everything within their power to change the "buzz words" but it does exist. Some interesting reading you may find helpful. https://ballotpedia.org/Affirmative_action_in_Virginia On an interesting note, 2006-2007 VHSL State Baseball Player of the Year, Wes Self from the state championship team at Grayson County is the Head of Infectious Diseases and Critical Illness at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
  33. 1 point
    sixcat

    Deleted topic. No interest from board.

    They did, 5-3 very early on. I missed it and it has been updated on the school schedule.
  34. 1 point
    cavalieratmosphere

    Local College Thread

    UVA-Wise is going to the South Atlantic Conference in 2019-20.
  35. 1 point
    Bearcat Dad

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    Calvin is another good one. He was an unbelievable athlete. I watched him both as a Buc, and as a minor league Philly!
  36. 1 point
    Ryan4VT

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    We inquired today about interviewing him. VT football shut it down. Sorry. We tried. :(
  37. 1 point
    1inStripes

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    Trazel does live in Johnson City. Calvin lives there or Gray as well I believe. I think Calvin is a sales rep or Pepsi or Coke I think. Ran into in at WalMart in Kingsport one day and talked to him for a while. Both would be great interviews. Thomas is a great about doing these types of things. I had another friend who has a podcast who interviewed Thomas just about 3 months ago and said it was much easier to make happen than he would have expected.
  38. 1 point
    sixcat

    Influences

    Later this afternoon, I will be attending a visitation for the single greatest influence on my life. A man I couldn't begin to thank for all he has done for myself and the Fries community as a whole. As a result, I started typing out some thoughts pertaining to this man I have loved for 40 years. Surely others have a "Fred Jennings" in their lives. Let everyone on this site share in your greatest memories of those who have influenced you in ways you can't begin to quantify. I will begin.
  39. 1 point
    tbgfan

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    A name that came to mind, is Omar Reed (Tazewell High, Bluefield College). Not the NBA, but has played for awhile in overseas professional basketball leagues. Believe he is a resident in Houston now. Watched him grow up playing basketball, little league baseball and high school baseball for Tazewell. http://www.bdtonline.com/sports/omar-juiced/image_f27a803a-3ad1-11e8-83ee-fb143e3615ba.html
  40. 1 point
    Plywood_King

    2018 Football Schedules

    Week 9 was Marion's bye week last year, so it probably will be the only change on either schedule. Makes sense; it gives Tazewell a home game near the end of the season and helps break the Richlands-VA High-Graham murder's row that Marion has to close the season. Tazewell / Marion could be a heck of game this year with Tazewell on the rise and Marion likely doing some rebuilding.
  41. 1 point
    SXSW

    New SWVA Sports Pod Series

    Even though he is not an athlete, Bill lane is a person you should interview. He covered Southwest Virginia sports for 50 years and is a walking encyclopedia and has tons of stories, you could do a whole series just with him.
  42. 1 point
    1inStripes

    Transfer?

    Not gonna happen. http://www.insidenova.com/sports/prince_william/vhsl-approves-change-to-postseason-transfer-rule/article_caee9ca0-01c3-11e8-bb80-2b6e188743ad.html
  43. 1 point
    Grapeape

    Transfer?

    I'd love to see Graham \ Union \ Richlands ride the hell out of that transfer during playoffs deal that they pulled up the road last season.
  44. 1 point
    tbgfan

    SWD- Baseball Preview

    Gmen rallies to win in bottom of 7th over Bluefield http://www.bdtonline.com/sports/graham-tastic-rally-g-men-overturn-beavers---in/article_ac0444b0-37c5-11e8-a50f-e3c64653f8a0.html
  45. 1 point
    sixcat

    2018 MLB Thread

    I was watching! I was also watching yesterday when Happer hit the first pitch of the 2018 season 400 feet.
  46. 1 point
    Those are definitely impressive wins. The good thing about a young team having success in baseball, where baseball is so dependent on repetition and muscle memory, is that that team can possibly have a real chance at winning a State Title when they're older. Being bigger, stronger, and faster than your opponent is usually a successful formula in football, hence why 1A and 2A State Champs would absolutely get waxed by the 6A State Champ, 10 out of 10 times. Those things don't guarantee the same amount of success in baseball.
  47. 1 point
    I guess it might be too early in the season yet. Once baseball gets rolling, talk may pick up. I feel like there will be some pretty good teams from around the area. Wise Central, John Battle, Abingdon, Virginia High, and Tazewell should be pretty good this season. Not sure about 1D teams but Eastside is getting a lot of press in the paper.
  48. 1 point
    trublue

    Honaker Legend Tom Harding Passes

    Galax Gazette Sports Retweeted Warrior Baseball‏ @WARRI0RBASEBALL ChilhowieWarrior Baseball joins with the Honaker community in mourning the loss of Coach Tom Harding. A true legend in our sport. His teams were always a class act, just like their coach. I’m proud to have coached against him several times, but more proud to call him my friend. Warrior Baseball‏ @WARRI0RBASEBALL A few years ago, I took my young sons to our preseason scrimmage at Honaker just so they could meet Coach Harding. My oldest, Blake, said “Daddy, he wears your number.” And I said, “No son, I wear HIS number.” #RIP17 Tim Hayes‏ @Hayes_BHCSports Sad news as legendary Honaker coach Tom Harding has passed away. All-time winningest baseball coach in VHSL history and 2011 state champ Jim Sacco‏ @Sacco_DNRSports Jim Sacco Retweeted Tim Hayes Good journey, Tom Harding. Got to watch him win that state title at @24260baseball and it was awesome. http://www.heraldcourier.com/sports/sacco-one-for-harding/article_dc615350-d805-5135-a866-dd67cbccf233.html … Kevin Mays‏ @kevmays Kevin Mays Retweeted Tim Hayes A great loss. Coach Harding was one of the best on and off the field. Mike Lucas‏ @WCYB_Lucas Mike Lucas Retweeted News 5 WCYB A huge loss for the @HonakerHSTigers family. RIP VHSL Hall of Fame member, former Honaker High coach Tom Harding passes away. https://bit.ly/2I3pZkE #WCYB Brian Woodson‏ @bdtwoodson Very long time Honaker baseball coach Tom Harding, the all time winningest coach in Virginia state baseball history, has died. Guided Tigers to 2011 state championship. Coached Heath Miller, who may have been even better at baseball than football. Kevin Mays Retweeted Honaker Baseball‏ @HonakerBaseba11 Lost for words as our community and program lost another Honaker Legend with the passing of Coach Harding! The all time great VHSL'S all time wins leader and 2011 State Champion, Coach of the Year! #FOREREVER17 Honaker Baseball‏ @HonakerBaseba11ago I guess "The Babe" said it best there are hero's and legends. Hero's get remembered but Legends never die. A Legend u will always be. RIP #17 BristolSports‏ @BHCSports Honaker High School baseball coaching legend Tom Harding, the #VHSL career wins leader, dies at 75: http://www.heraldcourier.com/sports/honaker-coaching-legend-harding-dies-at/article_a750bb3e-3080-11e8-a893-474a6f1d6572.html … great state
  49. 1 point
    EliteSWVAFan

    Postseason Teams.

    2017-18 ALL-REGION 2D GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS Player of the Year Bailey Frazier, Ridgeview Coach of the Year Robin Dotson, Central All-Region 2D First Team Bailey Frazier, Jr., Ridgeview Taylor Owens, Jr., Virginia High Amaya Lee, Jr., Virginia High Callie Haderer, Sr., John Battle Dee Cvetnich, Jr., Central Dani Janutolo, Sr., Tazewell Nikole Counts, Jr., Ridgeview Avery Price, So., Lebanon All-Region 2D Second Team Ericah Burton, Sr., Richlands Ashley Chester, Sr., Union Kara Long, So., Lebanon Sarah Thompson, Fr., Gate City Brook Porter, Jr., Central Gracie Billings, Jr., Marion Gracie Mullins, Sr., Central Amanda Stroupe, Sr., Graham 2017-18 ALL-MOUNTAIN 7 DISTRICT TEAMS Player of the Year, Class 2 Bailey Frazier, Ridgeview Player of the Year, Class 3 Grace Hess, Abingdon Coach of the Year Robin Dotson, Central All-Mountain 7 First Team Bailey Frazier, Ridgeview Grace Hess, Abingdon Callie Haderer, John Battle Dee Cvetnich, Central Nikole Counts, Ridgeview Peyton Carter, Abingdon Ashley Chester, Union Sarah Thompson, Gate City All-Mountain 7 Second Team Brook Porter, Central Gracie Mullins, Central Heather Lipps, Union Taylor Gilbert, Abingdon Olivia Mullins, Central Abigail Webb, Union Jayda Smith, Union Tori Powers, Gate City Honorable Mention Mattie Gibson, Abingdon Bethany Smith, John Battle Michaela Monk, John Battle Hannah Carter, Central Kayla Bird, Gate City Arielle Tritt, Lee Nyla Gulley, Ridgeview Emili Brooks, Union Amber Taylor, Ridgeview Cassie Farley, Abingdon 2017-18 ALL-REGION 1D GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS Player of the Year Hannah Wyrick, Eastside Coach of the Year Barry Ruff, Eastside All-Region 1D First Team Hannah Wyrick, Sr., Eastside Leanna McNulty, Fr., Honaker Breanna Yarber, Fr., Patrick Henry Leah Kestner, Jr., Chilhowie Lexi Rhoton, Sr., Rye Cove Kacie Culbertson, Sr., J.I. Burton Liyah French, So., Holston Brianna Ratliff, Jr., Council Cassie Keene, Sr., Grundy All-Region 1D Second Team Abigail Roller, Sr., Rye Cove Emily Moore, Sr., Eastside Emily Keith, Sr., Northwood Kim Lester, Sr., Twin Valley Claudia Frost, Jr., Holston Kaycee Deskins, So., Patrick Henry Abby Castle, Jr., Twin Springs Brooke Tiller, So., Council Akilah Boyd, Fr., Honaker Taylor Gilbert, Sr., Chilhowie Honorable Mention Savannah Williams, Patrick Henry Sarah Mullins, J.I. Burton Anna Whited, Eastside Jayda Davis, Hurley Maggie Deel, Grundy 2017-18 ALL-CUMBERLAND DISTRICT GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS Player of the Year Hannah Wyrick, Eastside Coach of the Year Barry Ruff, Eastside All-Cumberland First Team Hannah Wyrick, Sr., Eastside Lexie Rhoton, Sr., Rye Cove Kacie Culbertson, Sr., J.I. Burton Abigail Roller, Sr., Rye Cove Emily Moore, Sr., Eastside All-Cumberland Second Team Abby Castle, Jr., Twin Springs Sarah Mullins, Jr., J.I. Burton Anna Whited, Fr., Eastside Grace Rhoton, Jr., Rye Cove Talyn Dibrell, Fr., Thomas Walker Honorable Mention Tori Stevens, Sr., Eastside Brooklyn Barnette, Sr., J.I. Burton Tia Bates, Sr., J.I. Burton Chloe Collins, Jr., Castlewood Reagan Kerns, Sr., Rye Cove Bella Schwartz, So., Thomas Walker Aubrey Powers, So., Twin Springs Mackenzie Warner, Jr., Twin Springs 2017-18 ALL-REGION 2D BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMS Player of the Year Mac McClung, Gate City Coach of the Year Glynn Carlock Jr., Graham All-Region 2D First Team Mac McClung, Sr., Gate City Darrin Martin, Sr., Graham Zac Ervin, Jr., Gate City James Mitchell, Sr., Union Wes Ayers, Sr., Grayson County Isaiah McAmis, So., Central Adam Hooker, Sr., Lebanon Race Moir, Jr., Richlands All-Region 2D Second Team Garrett Dalton, Sr., Graham Cayden McConley, So., John Battle Taylor Horn, Jr., Richlands Dalton Mullins, Sr., Central Caleb Osborne, Jr., Marion Bradley Dean, So., Gate City Drew Barker, Jr., Graham Tyler Vanover, Jr., Central Tanner McPherson, Sr., Grayson County Seth Phillips, Sr., Grayson County 2017-18 ALL-MOUNTAIN 7 DISTRICT BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMS Player of the Year Mac McClung, Gate City All-Mountain 7 First Team Mac McClung, Sr., Gate City Zac Ervin, Jr., Gate City James Mitchell, Sr., Union Isaiah McAmis, So., Central Ean Bassham, Sr., Abingdon Cayden McConley, Jr., John Battle Dalton Mullins, Sr., Central Bradley Dean, So., Gate City All-Mountain 7 Second Team Jacob Stewart, Lee Tyler Vanover, Central Noah Garrison, Union Gabe Counts, Ridgeview Jacob Whitaker, Lee Thomas Francisco, Abingdon Alex Rasnick, Union Caleb Goins, John Battle Honorable Mention Jacob Yates, RidgeView Lance Willis, Abingdon Trent Cox, Abingdon Conner Pendergraft, Lee Mikey Stratti, John Battle Reed Samuel, John Battle Austin Gibson, Union Ben Stallard, Central Bryson Collins, Central Andrew Sharpe, Gate City David George, Gate City Drew Vermillion, Gate City Jon Compton, Gate City 2017-18 ALL-REGION 1D BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMS Player of the Year Luke Lawson, Eastside Coach of the Year Patrick Damron, Eastside All-Region 1D First Team Luke Lawson, Sr., Eastside Luke Carter, So., Northwood Zack Cale, Jr., Chilhowie Caleb Williams, Jr., J.I. Burton Cade Looney, Fr., Grundy Grayson Honaker, Fr., Honaker Holton Carter, Sr. Rye Cove Colyn Sturgill, Sr., Eastside All-Region 1D Second Team Dylan Catron, Jr., Chilhowie Taylor Williams, Sr., Thomas Walker Tayten Sykes, Sr., Hurley Hartley Hilton, Sr., Honaker Houston Thacker, Sr., J.I. Burton Ben Hulbert, Jr., Holston Chance Moore, Sr., Northwood Trey Pennington, Sr., Rye Cove Honorable Mention Nathan Mossholder, Holston Alex Tuell, Northwood Ethan Hillman, Twin Springs Jason Perkins, Council Tylor Keen, Twin Valley Brandon Sample, Honaker Brett Boyd, Honaker Blake Stinson, Honaker Josh Pressley, Patrick Henry 2017-18 ALL-CUMBERLAND DISTRICT BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Player of the Year Luke Lawson, Eastside Coach of the Year Patrick Damron, Eastside All-Cumberland Team Luke Lawson, Eastside Caleb Williams, J.I. Burton Holton Carter, Rye Cove Colyn Sturgill, Eastside Taylor Williams, Thomas Walker Houston Thacker, J.I. Burton Trey Pennington, Rye Cove Ethan Hillman, Twin Springs Hunter Lunsford, Eastside Jonah Cornett, Castlewood Honorable Mention Seth Boles, Eastside Ethan Powers, Eastside Caleb Yeary, Thomas Walker Trevor Culbertson, J.I. Burton Chase Love, Rye Cove
  50. 1 point
    swva_havok_fan

    Graham Clark Resigns

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