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Warriors raid Liberty’s home
Perhaps forgotten with Taron Ayers’ controversial transfer from Summers County to Wyoming East during the winter was that he does have a brother.
Five girls basketball player of the year candidates announced
How do you pick just five?
That was the dilemma the five members of The Register-Herald sports staff were faced with when they had to nominate five players for area Player of the Year.
Brady Knapp fired a complete-game one-hit shutout to lead Class AAA co-No. 3 Woodrow Wilson past James Monroe 18-0 Monday in Beckley.
2 Patriots earn All-America status
Barely a month removed from its state championship, Independence proved it is serious about continuing to build the program.
Raleigh Co. teams show well in 1st AP rankings
The first Associated Press baseball poll is heavy on Raleigh County teams.
Area has a lot of individual baseball talent
About a month ago, when wrestling season ended and baseball practice began, I decided to put together my own preseason all-area team.
Lady Riders reunite at states
The 1983-84 Baileysville High School Lady Riders were the school's first girls basketball team to earn a berth in the West Virginia Class AA state tournament at the Charleston Civic Cente
SC’s Ryan nominated as WBCA High School Coach of the Year
Summers County girls basketball coach Wayne Ryan has been named a finalist for the 2014 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s High School Coach of the Year Award, the Pat Summit Trophy.
ROUNDUP: Red Devils hold 9-4 lead
Oak Hill sophomore pitcher Noah Miller recovered from a shaky start and his Red Devils teammates backed him up with nine runs, but off-and-on rain at Bowen Field eventually forced their game with Bluefield to be suspended.
Johnson named state’s top girls hoops player
Heading into her senior year, there weren’t many things in basketball that Huntington St. Joe guard Mychal Johnson hadn’t done.
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