Spring approaches and the sports of that season played scrimmages this week and were getting ready for the start of baseball, softball, track, tennis and soccer at Floyd County High School. Then the coronavirus outbreak became a global pandemic and the Virginia HIgh School League suspended all spring sports until at least March 30 and
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes had the record and the ranking going into the Virginia State 2C Quarterfinal match at Auburn High School Friday night but Gate City’s Blue Devils had the momentum in the second half to put the match away with a 53-43 win. The first quarter ended in a 6-6 tie.
The loss ends their season this year. The Lady Buffs play for the Region 2C regional title Tuesday and have already qualified for the state tournament
They meet Martinsville for the final next week in Danville.
With equal records and good rankings in regional, Floyd County High School hosted the Regin 2C Quarterfinal boys and girls basketball matches Tuesday night and the Buffaloes and Lady Buffs won to advance to the semi-finals. The Lady Buffs took down district rival Radford 51-43 with Amy Whitelow downing 15 points, followed closely by Alexis
Quarterfinal regional tournament action starts Tuesday night at Floyd County High School as the Lady Buffaloes battle Radford at 5 p.m. and the Buffaloes take on Gretna at 7:30 p.m. The Lady Buffs are ranked third for the region with a 16-6 record for the regular season. Radford is ranked sixth. Winner of the match
Floyd County High School closed out its regular season Varsity Boys Basketball season Tuesday night at home with a strong second half that overcame a halftime lead by Bassett and win 69-55 and finish the season with a 16-6 record to head into regional playoffs. Kaiden Swortzel led four Buffs with double-digit scores, downing 21
Floyd County High School’s varsity Buffaloes basketball squad led the Alleghany Mountaineers by 23 points going into the halftime break and finished the visiting team off with an 85-63 Three Rivers District win before a packed hometown gym for boys senior night and other activities. Tanyan Sutphin led Buffalo scoring with 23 points, with Dylan
Floyd County High School Lady Buffaloes junior Alexis Kiser brought the homecoming crowd to its feet when she scored the 1,000th point of her basketball career early in the first quarter of 62-46 win over Alleghany Tuesday night. She made the point as a free throw after also scoring the first two points of the
On a night when Floyd County High School recognized its Lady Buffaloes basketball seniors and remembered Leah Goff, the ladies trounced the James River Lady Knights 75-24 in the varsity match, completing a sweep after a 65-19 wipeout by the JVs. Senior Aimee Whitlow led Lady Buffs scoring with 17, while junior Alexis Kiser downed