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Stewart, Edwards lift Bluefield over Ravenswood
Saturday night was a good night for D.J.s, at least at Mitchell Stadium.
The monkey is gone
Before the Class AAA semifinal state volleyball tournament match, Greenbrier East coach Matt Sauvage said Spring Valley was the type of team that doesn’t make mistakes.
“They make you beat them,” he said.
West advances with first-round win over Irish
There were plenty of turnovers, but they were the good kind as far as Greenbrier West is concerned.
Greenbrier West’s defense held Notre Dame to 49 offensive yards and forced four turnovers as the Class A No. 7 Cavaliers routed the 10th-rated Fighting Irish 54-7 Friday in a first-round playoff game.
Coach Lewis McClung had said early in the week that his team could not have a repeat of playoff games of the recent past, when the Cavaliers turnovers cost. Against the Fighting Irish, West gave the ball away just one time.
Nicholas County upsets Warriors
It’s officially basketball season in Wyoming County.
The No. 6 Wyoming East Warriors (9-2) were defeated by the No. 11 Nicholas County Grizzlies (9-2) 35-14 Friday night in the opening round of the WVSSAC Class AA playoffs. The Grizzlies will advance to the second round, where they await the winner of today’s Bluefield/Ravenswood contest.
Friday night spikes
Photos from the state volleyball tournament at the Charleston Civic Center.
Summers County to host playoff game for first time
History will be made today in Hinton.
Wildcats bow out at Moorefield
The Class A No. 6 Moorefield Yellow Jackets rallied from a 16-8 halftime deficit with 14 unanswered points in the second half to knock of No. 11 Meadow Bridge Friday 22-16.
Valley looks to continue its run into postseason
Ten up, 10 down.
Now it’s time to wipe the slate clean and start again.
Bluefield has sights set on a trip to Wheeling
In the 20 years the West Virginia state football championships have been held in Wheeling, no team in the state in any class has made the trip to “The Island” more than the Bluefield Beavers.
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