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’s varsity Lady Buffaloes volleyball squad takes on the Radford High School Bobcats Tuesday for the State Region C semi-finals in Radford. The game starts at 7 p.m. in the Radford High School gym. The game is yet another rematch. The Lady Buffs beat the Bobcats twice in regular season play but
It took five games but Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes volleyball squad beat the Giles Spartans Thursday night in Narrows to take their second win in the Region 2C playoffs. Girls won the first game 25-21 but came back to take the second match 25-22 and the third 25-19 but Giles tied up the
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes varsity volleyball team easily dispatched Nelson County Tuesday night at home with a 3-0 straight-set win and will face Three Rivers District rival Giles Thursday in Narrows for the second round of Region 2C Playoff action. Giles beat James River in Pearisburg on Tuesday.
The ladies begin regional play with a 20-3 record.
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes volleyball varsity squad ended its regular season Tuesday night in Radford with a decisive win over Radford’s Bobcats — 25-23, 25-17, 24-26, 25-20 — to a season record of 20-3 overall and 10-2 in the Three Rivers District. The Dalton sisters led the effort with 20 kills for Haylee,
Senior night Thursday for the Lady Buffaloes volleyball team at Floyd County High School. Also the last home game of the regular season. Next week, the varsity footballers play Radford for their last home season game and Senior Night. The closet the FCHS track team came to a home match was the FloydFest site, which
Floyd County High School’s Lady Buffaloes continued their winning ways Thursday night at home against the Alleghany’s Mounties. The varsity took down the visitors 25-10, 25-9,25-11 with Haley Dalton’s 11 kills, Jaycee Dalton’s 14 digs and Kenzee Dalton’s 30 assists to lead the team’s sweep. Ditto for the JV, which wiped out Alleghany 2-0. The
Good news, bad news night for the Lady Buffaloes Varsity and JV volleyball teams Thursday night in home matches against the Carroll County Cavaliers. In the varsity match on a night recognizing the courage of those who fight against cancer, Haylee Dalton recorded 14 kills while sister Kenzee Dalton dished out 19 assists and Jaycee