BECKLEY — Alex Hart, left, of Independence, battles Park’s Justice Smith during their 102-pound match in the Woodrow Wilson Middle School Duals Saturday in Beckley. Hart won via pinfall, and Independence, ranked sixth in the state, won the tournament with a perfect 5-0 day.
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One win away
Westside has an advantage over any team in this year’s Class AA state tournament field.
Spartans fall short in semis
Everyone knew what Greenbrier East was going to do against a smaller Morgantown team.
Get the ball inside to Sydney Nunley.
Herrion out as Marshall coach
The average attendance for a Marshall men’s basketball game this season was 4,713. Not nearly enough to save Tom Herrion’s job.
Neither was the 24 combined wins over the last two seasons.
Who’s next for Herd?
Every four years or so, it seems Marshall finds itself looking for a new men’s basketball coach.
Huggins still believes WVU tourney worthy
Bob Huggins isn’t throwing in the towel. Even after a 66-49 loss to Texas — in a game that wasn’t even that close — in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 tournament, the head coach of the 17-15 West Virginia basketball team was still insistent that his squad belongs in the NCAA Tournament.
Herrion out as Marshall men’s basketball coach
Tom Herrion is no longer the men’s basketball coach at Marshall University, a source confirmed to The Register-Herald Friday morning.
Westside advances to championship game
It wasn't easy, but the Westside Lady Renegades will be playing for a state championship tomorrow in Charleston after defeating Keyser 56-44.
Boys Class AA field set
With the conclusion of all the Boys' Regional Co-Championships Thursday night, the field is set in Class AA. Regional co-champions Bluefield and Westside earned the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds respectively.
Pirates can’t hold on late in Class A loss to St. Marys
Lack of success in a couple of the game’s basic areas derailed the Fayetteville Pirates Thursday.
Greenbrier becoming a haven for sports fans
The Greenbrier has long been the home of great golf and fantastic golfers. Whether it was hosting the 1979 Ryder Cup or the 1994 Solheim Cup, or its long association with golfing legend Sam Snead, who served as the head pro and eventually pro emeritus for more than 50 years, The Greenbrier has been a well known destination for golf enthusiasts for years.
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