Chris Jackson/The Register-HeraldIndependence’s Atticus Goodson (3) stiff arms Wyoming East’s Caleb Bower during their game Nov. 1, 2019, in Coal City. The fields at Independence and Woodrow Wilson are having artificial turf installed this summer. Read more

Independence standout defensive lineman Marcell Guy is often described as a pleasant, fun-loving young man. That is, unless you are an opposing quarterback and big No. 52 is bearing down on you with bad intentions. Read more

In just four years as the Greenbrier East head football coach, Ray Lee led the Spartans to a place they had not been since 1998 — the Class AAA state playoffs. Four years later, Lee led the Spartans to the 2019 postseason and the first playoff game at Spartan Stadium in over 20 years. Read more

As tournament director of the Little General Scott Brown Memorial Classic, Bob Bolen is proud of the game’s history. While he may not be certain of the fate of this year’s event, he plans on continuing that tradition. Read more

Spring break trips have long been instrumental to the success of high school spring sports teams. Such has been the case for the Woodrow Wilson tennis program under veteran head coach Bernie Bostick. Read more

morgantown — Not only did Kaden Metheny have the obvious ball skills and ability to shoot when he was lighting up the middle school ranks at Mountaineer Middle, but University coach Joe Schmidle saw something right away that impressed him more than anything. Read more

morgantown — There wasn’t much doubt that the No. 1 University High boys basketball team was favored to return to the Class AAA finals this year. But with their season now in limbo, most likely finished because of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s expected seniors K.J. McClurg and Kaden Metheny… Read more

charleston — First-year Charleston Catholic head coach Hunter Moles was looking forward to the Class A state tournament and hopefully cutting the nets down, but the COVID-19 pandemic changed those plans. Read more

Friday nights at the boys high school basketball state tournament have been filled with monumental clashes and shocking upsets. Read more

fairmont — In a 2019-20 season surrounded by uncertainty and unprecedented circumstances, it was a pair of unstoppable individual stars and two impeccable all-around teams who brought a certain degree of night-to-night assuredness to the Class AA girls’ basketball hoops scene all year long. … Read more


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