COAL CITY — Independence senior Chris Clark, right, last year’s third-place finisher in the 126-pound division at the state tournament in Huntington, gets in some practice time Thursday at the school. Clark has been injured much of the year, but did wrestle one match at last Tuesday’s Raleigh County Quad, defeating Woodrow Wilson’s Tyler Gilger at 132 pounds.
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Patriots, Warriors meet in anticipated matchup
The matchup many people expected will take place today.
Fayette teams, Cavaliers vying for Class A spots
Two Fayette County baseball teams have advanced deeper into postseason play and will begin Region 3 tournament action today.
Epling already having a busy week for Miners
At this point a year ago, Sam Lewis was the only player on the West Virginia Miners roster to have reported to Beckley. All he did was pitch two no-hitters, and the Miners won the 2012 Prospect League championship.
Confident Mavs headed to states
From the outset, James Monroe’s mission was clear: Get to the state softball tournament.
Eagles get 2nd shot at Tigers
The road to the Class AAA state championship for Princeton last year went through Beckley. A repeat would require the same stop, but Woodrow Wilson is looking to put up more resistance this time around.
Cleveland St. hires Oak Hill alumnus
When Cornelius Jackson was dominating the Mid-American Conference as Marshall’s starting point guard, coaches around the league took notice.
Clifton wins prestigious Ohio tournament
From now on, maybe Cody Clifton should pay absolutely zero attention to who’s who in West Virginia high school wrestling.
Same result, different meanings for rivals
Second place had entirely different meanings for two local track and field standouts Saturday in Charleston.
First the title, then the prom
The prom could wait.
Beckley Newspapers Memorial Golf Classic to honor Holland
Andy Holland won’t be on the golf course when the 33rd Beckley Newspapers Memorial Golf Classic begins this July, but that doesn’t mean his presence won’t be felt.
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