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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.
Bryant steps down as Indy volleyball head coach
Patty Bryant expected her Independence volleyball players to give their all.
Patriots knock off rival Tigers
Independence senior hurler Brian Sexton was all smiles Thursday night — and why wouldn’t he be?
Finalists named for Register-Herald girls basketball coach of the year
Five coaches known for building programs, not just having the occasional good team, are the nominees for The Register-Herald Girls Basketball Player of the Year, as selected by The Register-Herald sports staff.
Fulford, Huntington Prep will play today on ESPN2
Two area natives will take center stage on ESPN2 today as Huntington Prep plays Motverde (Fla.) in the semifinals of the Dick’s Sporting Goods National High School Tournament at 4:30 p.m.
Woodrow bounces back
Woodrow Wilson skipper Mark Daniel was curious as to how his Flying Eagle baseball team would respond to adversity.
The Eagles (5-1) fell for the first time this season Tuesday night in St. Albans, putting up only one run in a 7-1 defeat. How they rebounded from that loss should tell him plenty.
Liberty offense leads way to victory
Having played just two games so far, Liberty’s softball team has a lot of work ahead on defense.
The offense, on the other hand, is coming along nicely.
Five boys player of the year finalists named
Although none took home a state title, the area was loaded with high school basketball powers this season.
In Class AAA, Woodrow Wilson and Greenbrier East were both ranked among the state’s top seven or eight teams for almost all of the season, before both fell short in regional co-finals.
ROUNDUP: Wyoming East 5 holds back Shady Spring 3
Wyoming East scored five runs in the bottom of the third inning and held off a Shady Spring rally to defeat the Tigers 5-3 Wednesday.
Emily Day recorded 12 stri
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