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FRIDAY HOOPS ROUNDUP: Bulldogs make defensive statement in Ridgeway
Lady Warriors cement spot tied atop PD
By BULLETIN STAFF REPORTS -

Martinsville’s Devonnte Holland scored 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on the offensive end alone as the Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead and beat Magna Vista 69-45 in Friday night’s Senior Night game for Magna Vista in Ridgeway.

Holland made his prescence felt early in Friday’s game, scoring eight points in the first quarter.

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FRIDAY NIGHT PD HOOPS: 'Dogs, Warriors set for key matchups
Bengals, Cougars ready for battle
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By BULLETIN STAFF REPORTS -

When Martinsville and Magna Vista’s boys basketball teams met in Martinsville on Jan. 6. the Warriors had to play catch up.

When the teams meet tonight in Ridgeway, the Magna Vista will look to make amends for a 70-56 loss to their Piedmont District rival.

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PD HOOPS: Bulldog boys hitting their stride from outside
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By CHRIS PRIDE - Bulletin Sports Writer

Over the past few weeks, Martinsville’s boys basketball team has started to catch fire.

That’s good news for the Bulldogs, but bad news for the nets and area opponents.

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NJCAA WOMEN'S HOOPS: Catawba Valley too strong for Patriots

By CARA COOPER - Bulletin Sports Writer

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Patrick Henry Community College girls basketball team fell behind early in their game Wednesday night, and they were never able to recover, losing 82-52 to Catawba Community College at home.

PHCC scored the opening bucket, then let Catawba go on a 9-0 run. Catawba maintained that early lead throughout, never letting PHCC go back ahead, despite coming within a point twice.

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NASCAR SPRINT CUP: Chase Elliott to make Cup debut at Martinsville

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Chase Elliott will take his first laps the NASCAR Sprint Cup series in the STP 500 on March 29 at Martinsville Speedway.

Hendrick Motorsports announced Thursday that Elliott would run five Sprint Cup races this year in preparation for a full-season campaign in 2016. The first of the five races will be the STP 500.

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SUPER BOWL XLIX: Coaches are a contrast of style
Earn similar loyalty with players
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PHOENIX — Put Bill Belichick behind a microphone and he’s C-SPAN — minus the information.

Pete Carroll is more like a Lifetime movie. Or, as defensive lineman Michael Bennett puts it, “He has that Benjamin Button effect on everyone.”

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