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Miners are still in need of host families
Opening day for the West Virginia Miners is 42 days away, and fans will, as always, have the chance to see some of the nation’s top college baseball players.
PGA made the right call in assessing Tiger’s penalty
If you read the paper, or my Twitter or Facebook accounts, you’re well aware that I was lucky enough to spend Wednesday and Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club covering the 77th Masters Tournament and that I spent most of Saturday — while enjoying the action at the Scott Brown Memorial Classic — wishing I was there and will surely have the same feelings today.
Potter survives disastrous 17th hole
Greenbrier Classic champion Ted Potter Jr. is enjoying the biggest perk he received from his first PGA TOUR victory in White Sulphur Springs last July, and he doesn’t want it to end.
Popovich had fine major-league career
Did you ever hear of a Major League player with a perfect batting average of 1,000 for a season?
BNI returns to The Brier Patch Golf Links
For it’s 33rd anniversary, the BNI Memorial Golf Classic will have a distinctly local flavor once again.
Potter captures Par 3 Contest at The Masters
Greenbrier Classic winner Ted Potter Jr. doesn’t have experience on his side. He’s playing in The Masters for the first time — walking the pristine fairways and learning the greens and fairways by virtue of his win in White Sulphur Springs in July.
Nothing is quite like the Masters
College football bowl season brings chill bumps and salivating taste buds, and there’s nothing quite like October baseball. But for me there’s no better time to be a sports fan than early April.
Cook remains a Toughman constant
There have been many changes and trends throughout the 34 years of the Southern West Virginia Original Toughman Contest, but one thing has remained the same.
Toughman contest a family tradition
As Judas Priest’s “Breaking the Law” was blaring over the public address system at the 34th Annual Southern West Virginia Original Toughman Contest, Marissa Long was breaking the will of her opponent, Michelle Whitehead.
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