BECKLEY — From left, Shady Spring High softball player Carley St. Clair, baseball and football player John Lively and softball player Alexis Coalson relax outside of Marquee Cinemas off Eisenhower Drive during a barbecue fundraiser for The Yard, an indoor training facility in Glen Morgan that all baseball and softball players in the Shady Spring school district can use free of charge. Other baseball and softball players were on hand, as well as coaches and volunteers.
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Junior Miners enjoy successful summer
There was something different about the Junior Miners 17-under team last weekend.
Post 32 rips Parkersburg 19-3 in American Legion tournament
The double play in baseball is said to be a pitcher’s best friend. If that is the case, an 11-run inning by the offense is a very close second.
Former Mountaineer standout Gaddis making career in MLS
Philadelphia Union defender Ray Gaddis may consider Indianapolis his hometown, but make no mistake about it, the Mountain State will always have a place in his heart.
Picnic with the Saints
The New Orleans Saints are coming to town, and fans will have the chance to share in the excitement at Picnic with the Saints this Saturday at the AdvoCare Sports Performance Center at The Greenbrier. INCLUDES UPDATED PRACTICE SCHEDULE.
Open competitors will face a difficult test at the Cobb
Scores were low and players relaxed Monday at The Resort at Glade Springs’ Cobb Course as the participants in the 81st West Virginia Open Championship competed in a Pro-Am.
Chillicothe beats Miners to even series
Unfortunately for the West Virginia Miners, it was the Chillicothe Paints, not Mother Nature, that provided all the thunder and lightning to roll past the Miners 10-2 at Linda K. Epling Stadium.
Bowles fires 74 on first day of U.S. Junior Am
Colin Bowles had a choice to make. Not a tough choice, but a choice nonetheless.
Post 32 to host Parkersburg today in Area 3 tournament
It’s been a good season for Beckley Post 32.
- Slideshow: A look inside the Saints' new Greenbrier facility A brand new facility at The Greenbrier is now open and ready for the New Orleans Saints arrival.
Miners tied for first after win over Paints
It was just another day at the office for Chase Boster. Tim Epling just hopes he has a few more left in him.
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