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Player of the year finalists named
The plush green pitches may have seen fresh fallen snow in recent days, and the stadium lights have been switched off for some time. For the fans of the beautiful game in the Mountain State, it’s time to start preparing for the long road to next season, but not before the postseason awards are handed out.
Many positives seen for wrestling
Wrestling season has arrived and area teams are vigorously preparing for another great season. I have nothing but positive things to say while anxiously waiting for the competition to start!
Cavs’ path to Wheeling Island runs through Fairlea
The Road to Wheeling goes through Fairlea?
The Class A No. 7 ranked Cavaliers will take on No. 14 Magnolia today at 1:30 p.m., in what the WVSSAC considers a home game, even if it’s not being played in the Cavs’ backyard.
Hustle made Foley a standout for Lady Patriots
Independence coach Patty Bryant knows why Brooke Foley is such a good setter, hitter and server.
- Magnolia-West game moved
Crusaders’ Lambert on Class A first team
Brandy Bunch of Wirt County was selected as captain of the Class A all-state volleyball team released today by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
Going back to Charmco
Greenbrier West’s Chase McClung (44), Justin Hamrick (72) and Jordan Robinson (75) celebrate the Cavaliers’ 18-0 Class A quarterfinal win over No. 2 St. Marys Saturday in St. Marys.
Homecoming part II
When Malik Boatwright fumbled on the game’s opening possession, Greenbrier West fans can be forgiven for any here-we-go-again reaction.
Oak Hill’s prolific Kemlock on Class AAA All-State first team
Oak Hill’s high-powered soccer offense had a lot going for it.
Annual BNI wrestling set for Dec. 7
The calendar has made for some challenging scheduling for the annual Beckley Newspapers Invitational.
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- Player of the year finalists named