Bridgeport 42, Parkersburg South 35
Martinsburg 7, Cabell Midland 0
Morgantown 47, Nicholas County 13
South Charleston 62, Musselman 21
Bluefield 39, Scott 14
Grafton 41, Philip Barbour 16
James Monroe 33, Chapmanville 0
Keyser 47, Wyoming East 0
Magnolia 21, Point Pleasant 20
Ravenswood 46, Webster County 22
Wayne 22, Shady Spring 0
Weir 23, Independence 14
Fayetteville 35, Tucker County 33
Man 27, Mount Hope 6
Pocahontas County 68, Big Creek 12
St. Marys 25, Clay-Battelle 14
Wheeling Central 42, Midland Trail 20
Workman’s goal lifts Patriots to dramatic win
Midland Trail finally climbed to the top of the mountain when it mattered most.
Texas passes on making Luck its AD
The University of Texas passed on making West Virginia University’s Oliver Luck its athletic director Tuesday, choosing Arizona State athletic director Steve Patterson instead.
W.Va. board rejects proximity detector regulation
Over the objections of a coal miner’s widow and representatives from the United Mine Workers of America, West Virginia’s mine safety board has rejected a regulation that could help prevent crushing injuries and deaths underground.
- Bubba Watson joining ranks of The Greenbrier's pro representatives
Confirmed: Caridi will continue calling WVU football, basketball games
Longtime Mountaineer sports announcer Tony Caridi will continue calling the plays at West Virginia University football and basketball games, IMG College announced Monday.
Caridi had told The Register-Herald last week in an appearance in Summersville that a deal between him and IMG College was imminent.
Sports Briefs — Thursday, February 14
Coaches at the college, high school, junior varsity, junior high and recreational league (adult or youth) levels are urged to submit game results and/or updated statistics to The Fayette Tribune.
- Sale of Oakhurst Golf Links falls through
Getting to know the Big 12 Conference
As West Virginia University moves into the Big 12 Conference, here's one place to come to find out about all of the Mountaineers new league opponents.
WVU releases 2012 football schedule
West Virginia University has released its football schedule for 2012.
WVU announced Tuesday it has settled a lawsuit with the Big East for an unspecified amount, clearing the way for the conference power Mountaineers to join the Big 12 in July in time for the fall football season.
WVU settles Big East lawsuit
West Virginia University announced Tuesday it has settled a lawsuit with the Big East for an unspecified amount, clearing the way for the Mountaineers to join the Big 12 in July.
Athletic Director Oliver Luck said the terms of the deal were confidential and WVU wouldn’t release details. But Luck said no state, taxpayer, tuition or other academic dollars will be used in the settlement.
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