Virginia-Wise football has its third defensive coordinator in as many years after announcing the hiring of Jami DeBerry on Monday.
Virginia-Wise celebrated its seniors by beating Catawba and Emory & Henry topped Guilford in a game that saw Matt Seals write his name in the record books.
On Saturday, Virginia-Wise suffered a 45-13 loss to No. 12 Wingate and Emory & Henry outgunned Shenandoah for its fourth straight ODAC win.
Sometimes it really is the little things, like a point-after kick, that make all the difference. Such was the case in Saturday’s SAC game between Tusculum and Virginia-Wise at Carl Smith Stadium.
Lenoir-Rhyne built a 49-0 halftime advantage and romped to a 63-6 win over Virginia-Wise on Saturday at Moretz Stadium.
Quarterback Derrick Evans rushed for 137 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries and threw for two TDs to lead Carson-Newman to a 42-7 South Atlantic Conference victory over Virginia-Wise at Burke-Tarr Stadium.
It did not take long for Virginia-Wise to get its first football player of the week award as a member of the South Athletic Conference.
Dane Damron's Virginia-Wise Cavaliers kicked off their new season in fine fashion Saturday, rolling to a 40-22 win over Chowan at Carl Smith Stadium in Wise.
Virginia-Wise heads into football season as a member of the South Atlantic Conference and with new offensive and defensive coordinators. But coach Dane Damron said the team will not have a lot of newness when it comes to what it does on the field.
When the new football season arrives, Dane Damron’s Cavaliers will be competing a new league, the South Atlantic Conference.
“After talking with Zach and talking with people about him, there was no doubt that he would be the perfect guy to take over our offense.”