- Game ends when player becomes ill PRINCETON — A health emergency brought a sudden and emotionally-wracking end to the girls sectional basketball game on Saturday night at Princeton Senior High School.
- Renegades survive Independence rally Nick Cook was not happy.
- PikeView girls prevail PRINCETON — PikeView High School went two-for-two on the basketball courts of Mercer County Saturday, with a first-round girls sectional romp over Greenbrier West forming a bookend to the boys’ defeat of Class AA No. 2 Oak Hill earlier in the day.
Indy wins region
Brandon Wood doesn’t exactly fit the “Terminator” mode, but opponents know when they have gone up against him.
WVU avoids walking plank
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia needed a flurry of free throws to overcome another late meltdown against Seton Hall.
- Marshall defeats Tulane NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tyler Wilkerson scored 18 points to lead Marshall to a 58-55 win over Tulane Saturday night.
- Annual hunting and fishing show in Summersville When Bill Picozzi started the Central West Virginia Hunting and Fishing Show in 2007, he didn’t imagine how popular it would get.
Warriors edge Spartans 68-66
FAIRLEA — The Class AA No. 1 ranked Warriors bounced back after Friday’s loss to No. 2 Oak Hill by slipping by the Class AAA Spartans Saturday.
- Basketball, wrestling results
- No. 8 WVU can’t sleep on Pirates Many preseason prognosticators labeled Seton Hall as a sleeper team in the Big East, one going so far as to rank the Pirates’ right behind Villanova and WVU at the outset of the season.
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