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Hooker Field, the home of our Patriots baseball team, opened in 1988 and has hosted multiple minor and summer league teams. The stadium is located in the City of Martinsville and has a seating capacity of 3,200. An artificial infield turf was installed during the fall of 2014.


Located on the campus of Patrick & Henry Community College, Stone Hall serves as the home court for our Patriot’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. Stone Hall is also home to Wingett Court, named after former college president Dr. Max Wingett, and Colllins Gymnasium, named after William (Bill) and Susan Collins.
Originally built in 1974, Stone Hall has seen multiple upgrades including a newly finished court in 2015, new bleachers in 2014 and a new sound system in 2013. Stone Hall has also hosted multiple college tournaments, including the USA South volleyball tournament in 2014. 


Martin Field, the home of our Lady Patriots softball team, is located on the campus of Patrick Henry Community College. After undergoing a $60,000 renovation in 2010, Martin Field is now equipped with dugouts, bleachers and a scoreboard.


The Smith River Sports Complex, located in Henry County, is the home of our Patriot’s men’s and women’s soccer teams. Built in 2009, the complex is one of the best architecturally designed facilities on the East Coast. All six of the fields located at the complex are FIFA regulated and five include state-of-the art lighting for evening games. The Patriots play on the Synthetic FieldTurf fields for all of their home games. 

The Smith River Sports Complex has hosted dozens of soccer events for all ages and competition levels including the 2015 NJCAA Division I Men’s Soccer National Championship and the NCAA DIII USA South Conference Men’s & Women’s Soccer Championships.


Chatmoss Country Club, the home of our Patriots’s men’s and women’s golf teams, was incorporated in 1955 with the original buildings on the property being constructed in the 1780’s, as part of the Hairston Plantation. Designed by the renowned golf course designer Ellis Maples, Chatmoss Country Club plays to 6,871 yards at par 72. The clubhouse for the country club includes a Ballroom to accommodate 300, Casual and Formal Dining, Members Bar Area, Private Banquet Rooms, and full service locker rooms.