Harrisville’s Sydney Snodgrass won the West Virginia Women’s Amateur Thursday at the Stonehaven Course at The Resort at Glade Springs. The senior-to-be at Ritchie County High School posted a three-round total of 221, five strokes over par. She topped Shepherdstown’s Kimberly Wilson by one stroke and Morgantown’s Nicolle Flood-Sawczyszyn by two. Beckley’s Janie Webber won the first flight with a score of 239, good enough for a 10th place overall finish. Bridgeport’s Caroline Ramsey won the low senior award with a 235
Snodgrass wins West Virginia Women's Amateur
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Picking up some pointers
West Virginia University football coaches took in New Orleans Saints practice Sunday.
Conn job: RHP impressive in Miners’ win over Paints
Trevor Conn had not started a game for the West Virginia Miners before Sunday.
Saints show their appreciation
New Orleans Saints players and coaches went about a businesslike practice session Saturday afternoon in White Sulphur Springs.
Some books for the rest of summer
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Fans enjoy their chance to interact with team
Lois and Jeff Price have something else to brag about. The native southern West Virginians, now residents of Frederick, Md., were enjoying life on Saturday at The Greenbrier resort, new home of the New Orleans Saints training camp, during fan appreciation day.
Creating a week to remember
After my traveling shoes were placed neatly beside the door, it was time to spend some much needed time around home.
Weather willing, Miners host Paints today
With the West Virginia Miners fighting for their playoff lives, fans have only two more chances to see their team in the regular season.
There are some changes on the way
Hunters who have found themselves driving out of their way to check in a deer, turkey, or bear will no longer have to waste the time or gas starting in 2015.
Mayor gives his thoughts on current state of Beckley sports
Whether it was courtside at King Coal Beckley Auto Mall Arena — then known as the Armory — or high in the press box overlooking Van Meter Stadium, Bill O’Brien has seen his share of Beckley sports.
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