Big Road Wins For Local Girls Basketball

Buffalo Gap, Virginia – The Lady Chargers won a defensive battle at Buffalo Gap, 36-23, to get back over .500 at 8-7 overall. Senior Jailyn Ford scored nine points for Bath and grabbed 15 rebounds. Senior Alexa Faraone scored nine for the Chargers. Morgan Houle scored seven for Buffalo Gap and Samantha Savage scored four for the Bison.

The 8-7 Chargers occupy third place in the Pioneer District with a 2-2 district record. Covington, with an 11-6 overall and 5-0 district record, is in first place. James River, at 14-3 overall and 5-1 in the district, is in second place.

The Bath County girls host the Lady Rams from Highland County tonight at 7:30. Tune in to the AMR network to hear the game live with veteran AMR sportscasters Jeff Strasser and Louie Dufour.

The powerhouse Pocahontas Lady Warriors traveled to Richwood Thursday night and blasted the Lady Lumberjacks, 70-28. Miranda McNabb led PCHS with 17 points and had four steals and four blocked shots. Chloe Bland scored 15 for Pocahontas and grabbed 10 rebounds. Erin White scored 10 for the Warriors. Pocahontas held a 60-10 advantage after three periods.

Next up for the Lady Warriors is an away game at East Hardy on Saturday at 5 p.m. The Pocahontas girls demolished the Cougars in Dunmore on December 29, 102-29.

Thanks to Bath County coach Keith Lindsay and Pocahontas coach Ken Lehman for the game reports.

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Heather Niday

Heather is our Program Director and Traffic Manager. She started with Allegheny Mountain Radio as a volunteer deejay. She then joined the AMR staff in February of 2007. Heather grew up in the Richmond, Virginia, area and now lives in Arbovale, West Virginia with her husband Chuck. Heather is a wonderful flute player, and choir director for Arbovale UMC. You can hear Heather along with Chuck on Tuesday nights from 6 to 8pm as they host two hours of jazz on Something Different.

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