The home middle school boys soccer game vs. Collegiate scheduled for today, Thursday, Oct. 10 has been postponed and rescheduled for Thursday, October 17 at 4:30 on the old high school field.
The cross country meet at Bluestone scheduled for today, Wednesday, October 9 has been postponed.
The home middle school boys soccer game vs. Fork Union scheduled for today, Oct. 7 has been postponed until tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 4:30 at the old high school.
Monday, October 7:
1. Three members of the golf team will be representing GHS, James River District & Quad River Conference 34 in the 2 A East golf tournament. The tournament is being played in Williamsburg at the Kiskiack Golf Course starting at 10:00 am.
2. The middle school boys soccer team will host Fork Union at the old high school at 4:30.
Tuesday, October 8:
1. The middle school volleyball team travels to Atlee High School for their game at 5:00.
2. The JV & varsity volleyball travel to Bluestone for their games at 5:30 & 6:30.
Wednesday, October 9:
1. The girls and boys cross country teams travel to Bluestone for their meet at 4:30. The meet will be run at Occoneechee State Park on HWY 58 E Clarksville, Va.
2. The middle school volleyball team hosts Collegiate at 5:00. Cost for the game is $4.00.
Thursday, October 10:
1. The middle school boys soccer team hosts Collegiate at the old high school at 4:30.
2. The middle school volleyball team hosts William Monroe at 5:00. Cost for the game is $4.00.
3. The JV & varsity volleyball teams host Randolph-Henry at 5:30. Cost for the games is $5.00.
Friday, October 11:
1. This is the bye week for football, so there is no game for JV or varsity.
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