At halftime of the VHSL Class 2 State Football Championship, the Appomattox Raiders hold a slim 21-16 lead over Stuarts Draft.
The Appomattox Raiders football team has earned another trip to the VHSL Class 2 State Championship game as they defeated the Union Bears 51-20 on the road this afternoon in the semifinal round.
Fueled by four touchdowns from sophomore running back Jonathan Pennix, the Appomattox Raiders defeated the Glenvar Highlanders tonight 48-21 to captured the VHSL Region 2C Football Championship and advance to the state playoffs.
Tonight was the last high school volleyball game for four Appomattox Raider seniors as the team was defeated by the Floyd County Buffaloes in the quarterfinal round of the VHSL Region 2C Tournament.
Thanks to a 41-12 victory Friday night over Radford at Bragg Stadium, the Appomattox Raiders football team will be hosting the VHSL Region 2C Final next week.
Due to lightning in the area, kickoff time for tonight's Appomattox Raiders home regional semifinal playoff game against Radford has been delayed until 8 p.m.
Appomattox County High School Athletic Director Chris Dodge released the following information regarding the Appomattox Raiders football team and the VHSL Class 2 Region playoffs:
The Appomattox Raiders varsity football game Friday night at Nelson County has been canceled, according to an email from Appomattox County High School Athletic Director Chris Dodge.
Appomattox County High School Athletic Director Chris Dodge announced that the final two regular season road games for the undefeated (9-0) Raiders volleyball team are canceled.
Tonight at Appomattox County High School, the hometown Raiders remained undefeated in the 2020-21 season by shutting out visiting William Campbell 53-0 on Raider Senior Night.
Appomattox is known for its historic battles. Keeping with that tradition, the Appomattox Raiders varsity volleyball team engaged in a spirited battle with the Nelson County Governors on Tuesday night, rallying from behind to win the final two sets and remain unbeaten in the 2020-21 season at 7-0.
The Appomattox Raiders varsity football team went into the 80s tonight - not the 80s of hair metal bands and leg warmers - but the 80s as in points scored. The Raiders dominated the visiting Nelson County Governors 83-6 to stay unbeaten at 3-0 on the season.
The Appomattox Raiders varsity volleyball team is off to a good start to the 2020-21 season, having won their first two games on their schedule in convincing fashion.
After a dominating performance March 1 against Nelson County, William Campbell (1-1) could not find the end zone Friday night against Appomattox (2-0) in Friday night's varsity football contest. For the second straight week, Appomattox scored over 40 points. Tre Lawing started the game under…
The Appomattox Raiders varsity indoor track and field team earned nine medals at Wednesday's VHSL 2021 State Indoor Class 1/2 Track Championships held at Liberty University.
After 20 events and thousands of points scored, Liberty and FGCU finished as co-champions at the 2021 CCSA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship, which wrapped up last Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at Liberty Natatorium.
The Appomattox Raiders varsity football team returned to the gridiron Thursday night and dominated the Altavista Colonels in its season opener 42-6 without coach Doug Smith at the helm due to his battle with cancer.
The calendar says February, but high school football kicks off this week in Virginia. Other fall sports — cross country, volleyball, golf and competition cheerleading — are scheduled to get underway the week of March 1.
Due to impending weather forecasts for areas throughout the Commonwealth, the VHSL Class 2 swimming events, originally scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 11, at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center were postponed.
The Appomattox County High School Raiders Boys and Girls swim teams qualified nine swimmers (4 girls and 5 boys) for the VHSL State Championships.
Appomattox County High School Athletic Director Chris Dodge announced today that the Appomattox Raiders varsity Boys and Girls basketball teams will begin VHSL Regional tournament play on Monday.
The constant shuffling of the 2020/21 Virginia High School League sports schedule amid the nearly year-long COVID-19 pandemic has caused frustration for many coaches and players alike. The Appomattox Raiders boys basketball program is no exception.
On Friday night, the Appomattox Raiders varsity and JV girls basketball teams accomplished a sweep of the Heritage Pioneers at Appomattox County High School.
In a season that has been dogged by postponements and cancelations on the heels of the COVID-19 virus, the Appomattox Raiders boys varsity basketball program has only been able to squeeze in three games thus far.
The Appomattox Raiders girls varsity basketball team fell to 1-3 on the season as they dropped both games of a two-game series against the Nelson County Governors. Nelson (4-1) won at home on Tuesday, Jan. 19, by a score of 48-26 and followed it up with a victory on the Raiders’ floor Monday…
The Appomattox Raiders 2020-21 varsity girls basketball team. Front row, from left: Carrington Moore, Kenedee McCullough, Aubrey Fulcher and Julianna Wilkerson. Top row, from left: Brianna Carrico, Harmony Troxler, Macee Hargis (co-captain), Myah Steger and Cari Vrooman (head captain). Not p…
The Appomattox Raiders and Willam Campbell Generals girls varsity basketball teams squared off Friday night in a battle of the unbeatens — unbeaten, at least, after one game. Both teams had won their opening games of the 2020-21 season, but only the Generals advanced to 2-0 by the end of the…
On Tuesday night, the Appomattox Raiders boys varsity basketball team lost a close home contest to Nelson County by a score of 34-32. The loss gives the Raiders a 1-2 record.
The Appomattox Raiders varsity girls basketball squad is young, very young— six freshman on its opening day roster — but one thing they’ve got, other than developing talent, is spunk.
For the first time in nearly a year, an organized sporting event was held at Appomattox County High School as the Raiders' junior varsity and varsity girls basketball teams hosted the Colonels of Altavista on Wednesday night.
The return to in-person learning at Appomattox County Public Schools means that athletic teams are permitted to play games as long as COVID-19 doesn’t interfere.
Liberty’s Elijah James blocked a game-ending field goal attempt in overtime, securing No. 23/23 rankings from Liberty’s 37-34 win over No. 9/11 Coastal Carolina in the 2020 FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl on Saturday at Camping World Stadium.
Appomattox County High School (ACHS) Athletic Director Chris Dodge gave an update on the upcoming winter sports season to the Appomattox County School Board during Thursday night’s meeting.
Now that winter sports practices and team tryouts are underway at Appomattox County High School, the hope is that COVID-19 will not force an interruption to the season as it did during the spring and fall.
According to an email issued by Campbell County Public Schools (CCPS) to parents, many schools in the Dogwood District, along with the Seminole District, have decided not to permit spectators to attend Virginia High School League (VHSL) winter sporting events and activities this year.
Unless Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and the Virginia High School League (VHSL) decide to pull the plug on winter sporting events throughout the state due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Appomattox County High School athletic competitions are on pace to begin as planned.
According to an email issued by Campbell County Public Schools to parents, the Dogwood District, along with the Seminole District, have decided not to permit spectators to attend Virginia High School League (VHSL) winter sporting events and activities this year.
Liberty University football has paused all team-related activities due to elevated number of COVID-19 cases within the football program.
On Oct. 30, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed the fourth amended Executive Order 67 which includes changes to Section 12 related to recreational sports. These changes allow the Virginia High School League (VHSL) Championship + 1 schedule to begin playing in December as scheduled.
Lauren Weakley, a junior from Appomattox County High School, will travel to the Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, Fla. from Nov. 22 to Nov. 25 with high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the country to represent the camp brands of Varsity Spirit in the Varsity Spirit Spectacular.
The Appomattox Darlings youth softball team finished in second place in Thursday night's 2020 Darlings Fall Ball Championship held at the Spout Spring Ruritan Club ball field.
Shown are scenes from an Appomattox Dixie Youth Fall Softball game in Spout Spring. Team Darlings II (GM Swagg in blue/red) coached by Brandon Vaughan narrowly defeated Team Darlings I (Nails by Shannon in blue/grey) coached by Adam Wilmouth by a score of 18-16. The girls are age 7-8. Afterw…
This afternoon the rain has held off long enough for Gleaning for the World's Inaugural Golf Classic tournament to take place at Falling River Country Club in Appomattox.
The Falling River Country Club in Appomattox is currently hosting the “Fore Kids Golf” Charity Golf Tournament, ending today to benefit both the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Central Virginia and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Virginia non-profit organizations.