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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’Hounds roll in Class A
Watching the celebration unfold, Joe Craffey let it happen, even participated a little.
It, however, is not the celebration for which he yearns.
Pats return to states in AA
Brian Sexton wasn’t the least bit happy with the way he hit the ball. He’ll gladly take the result.
Woodrow Wilson headed to states
Hunter Greco will walk into the halls of Woodrow Wilson High School this morning for the final time. He’ll walk past his locker and the classroom of his favorite teacher.
Rain halts AA final in 5th
It took nearly a week for PikeView and Independence to finally claim their sectional championships, largely because of persistent rain.
Mavericks fall in AA title game
The James Monroe High School softball team scratched its way up to the championship game of Class AA softball this week.
Months of waiting ends: Weeks signs with Marshall
Adam Weeks probably could have helped usher in a historic first season for the Mountain East Conference at any member school he wanted. Instead, he waited — and waited — for the offer he really wanted.
- State softball, regional baseball schedules
A dream start, nightmare end
Lightning on the horizon brought Wednesday's final game of the state softball tournament to an end.
The James Monroe Lady Mavericks had felt a shock long before that.
One step away from Charleston
A trip to Charleston — with a lot more on the agenda than a tour of the capitol building and a shopping spree at Charleston Town Center — will be up for grabs tonight for three area teams that are one win away from punching their ticket to the WVSSAC State Baseball Tournament at Appalachian Power Park.
Tanner is Summers County coach
After weeks of controversy, it appears Summers County High School officially has a new football coach.
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