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Edwards running for a title
Ramon Edwards is fast.
Shady Spring softball one step away from state tournament
Shady Spring has been a good fit for Mackenzie Milam.
The senior third baseman, a solid player for Independence the last two seasons, is now spectacular at the plate after transferring to the perennial state tournament threat Tigers.
Bragging rights go to Marshall
Hitting .200 and with 25 strikeouts in 105 at-bats, this hasn’t been the greatest of senior seasons for Alfredo Brito.
Things picked up in a big way Tuesday.
No doubt about it, WVU-MU series should continue
West Virginia and Marshall need to play baseball every year. Period.
Coalfield Conference honors its finest athletes
Over the last 20 years, names like Independence’s Ashley Jackson, Woodrow Wilson’s Doug Legursky, Shady Spring’s Whitney Humphreys, Wyoming East’s Tank Tunstalle and the late Benny Bowles of Oceana have been enshrined forever as Coalfield Conference Impact Athletes of the Year. On Tuesday evening, four more well-deserving prep athletes joined the illustrious ranks.
Former WVU star Talley successful business owner
Darryl Talley, one of the hardest-hitting and most productive tacklers in West Virginia University football history, is now owner and operator of a successful business in Florida.
WVU-Marshall series bounces to Beckley
College baseball bragging rights in the Mountain State will be decided tonight at Linda K. Epling Stadium in Beckley when West Virginia and Marshall meet for the rubber game of a three-game series at 6 p.m.
- Stafford’s career at Epling Stadium will end tonight
Some sections still undecided
After the WESTEST is completed Thursday morning, state athletes are free to resume their seasons.
Coalfield awards to be presented today
Nearly 60 athletes and coaches will be honored today at the 20th annual Coalfield Conference Impact Awards ceremony at Tamarack. The event will start at 6 p.m.
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