BECKLEY — Shady Spring’s Lyndsey Thompson (11) works the ball against Oak Hill’s Micayla Hudnall during the Class AAA Region 3, Section 2 tournament Monday at the YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Sports Complex in Beckley. Thompson scored two goals, giving her 100 for her career, and the Tigers defeated Oak Hill 5-1. To purchase this picture and to see others, visit our photo store at www.register-herald.smugmug.com.
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Polands share life, coaching
Married since 2011, Ashley and Dan Poland share the good times and the bad times that every husband and wife face. Be it an unexpected tax refund or a busted water pipe, they go through it together.
- Local Roundup: Greenbrier East rallies to beat Oak Hill 11-9
Who needs the beach?
The word seems to be getting out about the Spring Break Wood Bat Classic.
Hysell throws no-hitter as Oak Hill beats Nicholas
Chris Hysell hurled a five-inning no-hit shutout Monday to lead Oak Hill past Nicholas County 10-0.
Eagles anxious for challenge in S.C.
Mark Daniel isn’t at all suggesting the pitching his team faced in last year’s state tournament was no good.
- ROUNDUP: Greenbrier East sweeps Warriors, Mavericks
- Throwing down
Class A wins at Scott Brown Classic
The C. Adam Toney Class A All-Stars had something to prove Saturday afternoon at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center. While the 10 players who made up the roster may have come from smaller schools, they weren’t small in talent.
Nabors, Hancock lead EIN to tight victory
The uniforms were maroon and white and Donte Nabors, Chase Hancock and Jaylon Breckenridge were left standing victorious on Dave Barksdale Court in the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
Class A, AA stars ready to showcase at Brown Classic
The first game of tonight’s Scott Brown EIN Classic is more of a main course than an appetizer.
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