Justice Bartley, didn't have the easiest road to UVA and Coach Tony Bennett, but it's a journey he wouldn't have wanted any other way.
Football: Chris Swann’s lifeline
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Chris Swann was in and out of foster care from a young age. His foster to adopt parents put him in Sandlot Football like his "older brother" and immediately saw the game impact and change Chris's life both on and off the gridiron.
NASCAR's Newest Driver?
I hit the track at Charlotte Motor Speedway to see what NASCAR's finest will experience as they race in the Coca Cola 600.
Kicker and Snapper: A dynamic duo
Hokies kicker Joey Slye and snapper Colton Taylor's unbreakable bond on and off the field.
Former Coach reflects on Edmunds brother
Cave Spring basketball head coach Jacob Gruse reflects and celebrates the success of his former student athletes, NFL first round draft picks Tremaine and Terrell Edmunds.
State Champion Heritage Pioneers look to community for help
Winning a State Championship is a mile stone that comes with a pretty hefty price tag. The Heritage Pioneers turning to the community to help them foot the bill.
Hokie Stone: Connecting the past, present and future
Every program as one item that connects them to the past, present and future and for the Virginia Tech Hokies, it's Hokie Stone.
The House the Sul's Built
Lynnette and Albert Sul have been host parents to more than 53 minor league baseball players.
Nationals host Night Out
The Washington National's host Night Out to celebrate their fans in the LGBTQ community, something very special to former Virginia Cavalier and current National Sean Doolittle.
Roanoke College Senior's leaving a legacy
From their freshman year to season year, these five have helped turn the program around.
The Legacy of Skipper
The story of how the 56 year old cannon, ended up on Worsham Field inside Lane Stadium.
Local Umpire's heading to LLWS
After more than 25 years behind the plate, a local umpire is head to the Little League World Series. Umpires are only able to umpire the LLWS once in their lifetime, making this moment for Mark Smith even sweeter.
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