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GE’s Brown, Shaver make AAA all-state first team
State tournament finalist Greenbrier East has placed three players on the Class AAA All-State volleyball teams, released today by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
A fitting conclusion for WVU
Paramount Pictures couldn’t have scripted a more fitting end to one of the most forgettable seasons in Mountaineer football history.
Thundering Herd to play Rice for title, but where?
Part one of the equation is decided. The second part will have to wait until tonight.
Herd one step away
Before Friday, the series between Marshall and East Carolina had provided plenty of drama. Three of the last five games went to overtime, and Marshall’s bowl eligibility hinged on each of the last two.
Johnson, Thompson write names in MU lore
When Marshall was playing for championships with regularity in the late 1990s and the first few years of this century, players who didn’t garner many headlines often came through in big moments.
Cavs’ path to Wheeling Island runs through Fairlea
The Road to Wheeling goes through Fairlea?
The Class A No. 7 ranked Cavaliers will take on No. 14 Magnolia today at 1:30 p.m., in what the WVSSAC considers a home game, even if it’s not being played in the Cavs’ backyard.
Mountaineers face ISU in season finale
Only the diehards will be at Mountaineer Field today.
With cold temperatures, nothing riding on the outcome and just six wins between the two opponents, there’s not a whole lot of motivation for fans to pack the seats when West Virginia (4-7, 2-6 Big 12) and Iowa State (2-9, 1-7 Big 12) meet in the 2013 finale for both teams.
Ravens hold on for 22-20 win over Steelers
Justin Tucker kicked five field goals, and the Baltimore Ravens stopped a 2-point conversion with 1:03 left to survive a comeback bid by the Pittsburgh Steelers and escape with a 22-20 victory Thursday night.
Rigg thankful for one more game
The image of Doug Rigg lying motionless on the grass surface at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Okla., is one Mountaineer fans won’t soon forget. Luckily, the Sept. 7 injury, which caused the senior linebacker to be taken from the field immediately to a local hospital, looked a lot worse than it really was.
As expected: Marshall vs. ECU for East Division title
When Conference USA released its 2013 football schedules earlier this year, it was believed by many that Marshall and East Carolina would find themselves in this very situation.
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