Castlewood High School

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Castlewood High School
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Address
304 Blue Devil Circle
Castlewood, Virginia, 24224
United States
Coordinates 26°52′17.8″N 82°17′45.3″W / 26.871611°N 82.295917°W / 26.871611; -82.295917Coordinates: 26°52′17.8″N 82°17′45.3″W / 26.871611°N 82.295917°W / 26.871611; -82.295917
Information
School type Public, high school
School district Russell County Public Schools
Superintendent Mike Puckett
Principal Coach Butch Kiser
Assistant principals Coach Mike Roberson
Grades 8-12
Enrollment 279[1] (2009)
Language English
Color(s)      Blue and      White      Black
Athletics Wrestling, Academic, Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross-Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track, Volleyball.
Athletics conference Cumberland District
Region D
Mascot Blue Devils
Website

Castlewood High School is a high school located in Castlewood, Virginia. The school offers Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment, and Career/Technical courses in addition to other academic courses. The school also offers classes with Virtual Virginia Schools.[2] Castlewood High School was integrated in 1965 with students from Arty Lee High School in Dante, Virginia.[3]

Athletics[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Castlewood High School has won two VHSL state championships in baseball in 1971 and 1986 with second place finishes in 1972, 1973, and 1974.[4]

Baseball State Championship
Year Winning Team Losing Team Class
1986 Castlewood 15 Amelia County 2 A
1974 Madison County 2 Castlewood 0 A
1973 Goochland









6 Castlewood 1 A
1972 Goochland 15 Castlewood 3 A
1971 Castlewood 3 Goochland 2 A

Softball[edit]

Castlewood won a state championship in softball in 1987 and finished second in 1995.[4]

Softball State Championship Games
Year Winning Team Losing Team Class
1995 Madison County 9 Castlewood 4 A
1987 Castlewood 9 Central Senior 7 A

Other Sports[edit]

Castlewood finished second in the state championships in boy's golf in 2007.[4] The boy's golf team took second place in state championships in 1971, 1987, and 1988. The girl's volleyball team won the state championship in 1987. The wrestling team won state championship in 1989, placed second in 1986 and fourth in 2009.

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