Bluefield 63, James Monroe 14
Bridgeport 34, Fairmont Senior 7
Brooke 17, John Marshall 13
Cameron 22, Bridgeport, Ohio 13
Capital 35, Woodrow Wilson 14
Clay County 40, Calhoun County 6
E. Liverpool, Ohio 41, Weir 12
East Fairmont 21, Philip Barbour 15
East Hardy 58, Clear Spring, Md. 7
George Washington 49, Cols. DeSales, Ohio 20
Greenbrier West 44, Fayetteville 21
Hampshire 49, Washington 33
Hedgesville 28, Jefferson 21
Huntington 34, Riverside 0
Hurricane 41, Logan 14
Keyser 32, Frankfort 7
Lewis County 53, Liberty Harrison 0
Lincoln 34, South Harrison 13
Magnolia 35, Steubenville Cath. Cent., Ohio 0
Martinsburg 73, Musselman 0
Meadow Bridge 40, Sherman 7
Moorefield 52, Pendleton County 12
Morgantown 35, University 14
Nicholas County 42, Mingo Central 23
North Marion 21, Grafton 3
Northern - G, Md. 20, Berkeley Springs 6
Notre Dame 42, Clay-Battelle 15
Oak Hill 62, PikeView 6
Pocahontas County 47, Webster County 40, OT
Preston 39, Buckhannon-Upshur 26
Princeton 22, Greenbrier East 17
River View 52, Lincoln County 24
Roane County 55, Wirt County 42
Robert C. Byrd 23, Scott 0
Shady Spring 50, Liberty Raleigh 30
Sissonville 53, Poca 24
South Charleston 41, Parkersburg 21
Spring Valley 62, Nitro 7
St. Marys 56, Ravenswood 29
Summers County 42, Richwood 20
Tucker County 51, Petersburg 0
Tug Valley 30, Man 24
Tygarts Valley 46, Hundred 22
Tyler Consolidated 29, Braxton County 12
Valley Fayette 14, Midland Trail 6
Valley Wetzel 44, Paden City 8
Wahama 71, Corning Miller, Ohio 19
Wayne 55, Chapmanville 7
Westside 62, Mount View 24
Wheeling Central 28, Bishop Donahue 18
Wheeling Park 17, Parkersburg South 14
Williamstown 38, Ritchie County 16
Willow Wood Symmes Valley, Ohio 21, Buffalo 20
Winfield 34, St. Albans 25
Wyoming East 42, Independence 20
Bluefield 63, James Monroe 14
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A chance to realize a dream
Today in Seattle, one of Xander Bailey’s dreams will come true.
Spartans’ Sauvage credits players for coach of the year award
Above all, Matt Sauvage will remember the 2013-14 volleyball season as the year Greenbrier East reached the Class AAA state championship game.
Legends Dinner set for July 25
Once a year, some of southern West Virginia’s biggest names get together.
Lusk taking time to relax with busy coaching schedule looming ahead
When the 2013-14 West Virginia high school Coach of the Year awards were presented two weeks ago in Charleston, the girls basketball winner was absent.
Westside’s Jamie Lusk couldn’t be there.
Determined Blankenship named Player of the Year
Choosing the area’s best softball player from five outstanding nominees wasn’t easy.
Shady Spring Summer Baseball Tournament
Eight high school baseball teams got together for the annual Shady Spring Summer Tournament that started Thursday.
Season to remember for Patriots’ Adkins
Merely returning to Charleston for another shot at a state championship was not good enough for Independence. The expectation was always to bring home the trophy.
Area stars put up impressive numbers
They’ve got the stats.
They’ve got the respect.
The five nominees for The Register-Herald’s inaugural Softball Player of the Year award stood out, not just for their big batting or pitching numbers, but for their leadership.
Who’s the best on the diamond?
It was somewhat of a down year teamwise in area prep baseball circles, with only Independence playing in the state tournament. The Patriots fell 5-2 to Bridgeport in the Class AA title game.
Camaraderie high for South Cardinals
Although the South Cardinals celebrated their fifth straight win over the North Bears Saturday night at the North-South All-Star Classic, many of the memories that the players will cherish forever came not under the lights of Laidley Field with the fans watching but on the practice fields and in the dorms during the week of preparation leading up to the kickoff.
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