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(Brad Davis/The Register-Herald) Greenbrier West's Trevor Edenfield works on moves as he grapples with teammate Mylik Cox during a practice Friday afternoon in Charmco.

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NEW WAVERLY, Texas — Bela Karolyi glanced at visitors outside the green metal fence separating the former USA Gymnastics training center from the uninvited, then sped away on his four-wheeler ATV. Read more

MORGANTOWN — His words dripping with emotion in a crestfallen locker room after his West Virginia Mountaineers blew another double-digit lead in the second half and lost a crucial game to Kansas, Bob Huggins made a promise to his team. Read more

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Only in Vegas. On the edge of the sidewalk in the warm winter sun at five o’clock in the afternoon, I sit and listen to a young man playing the saxophone. His mellow notes pour out over the throngs of people hurrying up and down the Las Vegas strip. The music seems wasted on most of the dist… Read more

This past week has reminded me why West Virginia is often referred to as Four Seasons Country. We’ve had 30-degree temperatures, rain and in between we had the first day in which you could wear shorts outside and not be labeled clinically insane.  Read more

charleston — Woodrow Wilson utilized its defensive pressure to stifle George Washington and pulled away in the second half for a 68-46 victory on Saturday afternoon. Read more

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Senior Day is always a bittersweet experience for a coach. It’s the final regular-season home game for seniors who have made great contributions to the team. Read more

In case you haven’t heard, the elk are coming. Soon in our southern West Virginia mountains and coalfields, an elk herd numbering 100 strong will be seen and heard as part of our state’s ongoing elk restoration project. Read more

houston – Junior guard C.J. Burks career-high 36 points and eight rebounds helped give the Marshall men’s basketball team a 93-80 victory over the Rice Owls at Tudor Fieldhouse on Thursday evening. Read more

morgantown — West Virginia’s men’s basketball team takes pride in the toughness little James “Beetle” Bolden has shown this year, twice spraining an ankle, having a thousand other bumps and bruises at 160 pounds as he takes charge after charge. Read more

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As teams stand two weeks away from sectional play, they want to be playing their best basketball. Despite any bumps along the way, it’s all about peaking at the right time. Read more

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oak hill — Class AA No. 3 Oak Hill entered the final eight days of its regular season in the driver’s seat to earn the No.1 seed in Class AA Region 3, Section 1. Read more

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