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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Bowles has a support system
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Miners beat Kings, gain game on Butler
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Less fanfare, but plenty of noise on day 3
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Picking up some pointers
West Virginia University football coaches took in New Orleans Saints practice Sunday.
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