parkersburg — In a year like no other in Mountain State history, the Wirt County volleyball team of first-year head coach Katie Frazier finished 15-4 and repeated as Class A state volleyball champions.

FAIRMONT — Independence proved its toughness and its fight, but eventually the mojo of Fairmont Senior, the energy of the 12th Street Thunderdome, and the fate of what's become an annual Fairmont-Bluefield playoff showdown were too much to withstand for the visiting No. 14-seeded Patriots, as the No. 6-seeded Polar Bears ripped off a 28-0 third quarter en route to a 43-15 state quarterfinal victory Friday night.  Read more

In one of this weekend's WVSSAC Class A football quarterfinal matchups, No. 5 Midland Trail is slated to visit No. 4 St. Marys Sunday at 3 p.m. at Bill Hanlin Stadium, provided no change is dictated by the West Virginia Department of Education map on Saturday. Read more

When Gov. Jim Justice announced last week that winter sports would be put on hold until Jan. 11 due to the rising number of coronavirus cases around the state, the announcement was met with pushback from coaches, fans and parents from around the state. Read more

charleston — In a season full of uncertainty, the George Washington and Woodrow Wilson volleyball programs both survived the ups and downs and earned berths to the state tournament on Saturday. Read more


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