It wasn’t easy, but the first boys basketball game in school history turned out to be a successful one for the Roane County High Raiders.
One of the most decorated sports figures in the history of Roane County has passed away.
Editor’s note: The following story was published in the April 29, 2010 editions of The Times Record and Roane County Reporter. It is reprinted as it appeared then.
When Richard (Dick) Horton hung up his football togs this week, he wrote into Spencer High School books a record never before reached by any predecessor – and one which is expected to stand a long time before being matched.
It’s been quite the first season for the new president of the Roane County Youth Baseball/Softball League.
To put it mildly, the Walton High dressing room following Friday night’s homecoming game was filled with emotion.
If you’re a softball player at Roane County High in these strange times, you’re really missing two things.
An outstanding all-around season earned Roane County’s Brayden Miller a spot on the 2020 Class AA all-state basketball team.
The COVID-19 pandemic has postponed the scholastic basketball tournaments as well as all spring sports in West Virginia.
This no sports stuff is really hard.