- High School Sports
Westside’s Lusk named girls coach of the year
Perhaps Jamie Lusk was meant to be a basketball coach.
Independence has recovered nicely from opening loss
The first game of the season was a far cry from what was expected from Independence.
GE’s Watson named R-H boys player of the year
Rondale Watson joined the Greenbrier East basketball team prior to his junior season looking to accomplish two major goals — bring some excitement back to the Spartan program and reach the Division I level at the end of his prep career.
Westside’s Cook named top area coach
February was coming to a close, and March Madness was ready to begin.
Thundering Herd comes alive in late innings
Marshall takes advantage of FAU errors in 7-3 win
Nice ‘homecoming’ for Wilson
Clint Wilson was 1,200 miles away from his native Austin, Texas. He looked right at home in his return to Beckley.
Ayers, Zeboskey bolster Warriors’ offense
Jaquan Ayers is fully aware of the rare opportunity he has been given.
Finalists for boys coach of the year announced
Great boys basketball coaches are commonplace around the area, so there are always plenty of candidates for The Register-Herald Boys Basketball Coach of the Year award.
ROUNDUP: Lady Warriors rally to edge Poca
Wyoming East rallied from a 7-6 deficit, scoring one run in the top half of the sixth and seventh innings to defeat Poca Friday in the Chapmanville Tournament.
ROUNDUP: Krystynak keeps Lady Spartans undefeated
Victoria Krystynak gave up just one run on three hits and recorded 12 strikeouts to lead Greenbrier East past Nicholas County Thursday.
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