The season didn’t last as long as the No. 7 seeded Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs wanted it to, as they fell in their Division III SE District Semifinal game against the No. 6 seeded Minford Lady Falcons, 48-42 at the Waverly Downtown Gym.
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Over 100 high school students representing all five school districts in Highland County will participate in a Manufacturing Awareness Day on Feb. 29, an experience made possible by the Highland County ACCESS Program. This day will provide students exclusive tours of eight prominent local manufacturing facilities.
Highland County commissioners David Daniels, Brad Roades and Terry Britton issued a proclamation in honor of National FFA Week in Highland County, which is being observed Feb. 17-24, during their Wednesday, Feb. 21 meeting.
Three Highland County teams competed this week in the Division II Southeast District bowling tournament, with Lynchburg-Clay’s boys and girls varsity teams both winning the district and earning a trip to the Div. II State Bowling Tournament.
KINNIKINNICK — The Division III SE District Sectional Semifinals didn’t have the start or final score the No. 19 seeded Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs wanted to achieve on Monday night. The Mustangs kept battling and made things interesting, but eventually lost to the host No. 14 seeded Zane Trace Pioneers, 49-41.
Highland County had 14 individuals earning 2023-24 District 14 Coaches Association All-District girls basketball honors, including two first-team selections and an Assistant Coach of the Year, as announced Tuesday.
It was simple for the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs Saturday night, and that was win and advance, which they accomplished against Wheelersburg, 56-45 in their Division III SE District Sectional Final game at Chillicothe High School.
It was a wild ride for the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs on Friday night in their regular-season finale against their rival Whiteoak, as they overcame a 16-point halftime deficit and scored the only points in overtime to win by a 35-33 final score.
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