Floyd County High School’s Buffaloes varsity basketball boys team put the Radford Bobcats’ 51-game Three Rivers District winning streak to an end with a solid 71-61 victory in the Floyd home court Wednesday night. The Bobcats, who had not lost a district game since January 2015, also found their overall winning streak Saturday night when
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes varsity and JV basketball squads took down Glenvar at the FCHS gym Tuesday night. The JV Lady Buffs routed the Highlanders by 47 points with a final score of 58-11. Varsity Lady Buffs appeared for a similar lopsided victory, leading by 12 points early in the first quarter and
East Rock led by 12 points at the half but Floyd fought back and outscored the visitors in the second half but the early lead was too much to overcome.
When two unbeaten teams clash in basketball, someone comes away the loser. That defeat fell to the 5-0 Floyd County High School Buffaloes at home Friday night against the 5-0 Cave Spring Knights, even with three members of the Buffs scoring in double digits. Cave Spring led 19-16 at the end of the first quarter,
Call it Deja Vu all over again or just a repeat of the good news/bad news story of the first meeting of the teams earlier this month, but the second matchup between the Floyd County High School Lady Buffaloes and the William Fleming Colonels ended with the junior varsity winning in an exciting and close
Because of stitches from surgery on my left arm the day before, I could only shoot photos in the first part of the Lady Buffaloes-Auburn game at the Floyd County High School game Friday evening but the ladies appeared in control of the match by the end of the first quarter and went on to
Senior Haylee Dalton of the Floyd County High School varsity volleyball team was named to the first team of the Virginia High School League Class 2 state team Thursday. Sister Kenzee Dalton and Madison Ramey made the second team. The Lady Buffaloes came within one game of making the state final match last month with
Floyd County High School opened the boys and girls varsity basketball season at home Monday evening with solid wins over Patrick County. The Buffaloes took down the Cougars 76-46 in overwhelming fashion with freshman Kaiden Swortzel went 9 for 9 from the field with 18 points to lead the Buffaloes stampede. Josiah Banks had 16