The Class AAA All-State basketball teams have been named, and quite a few local players made the cut. The local girls that made the cut are listed below: First Team:
Saturday was busy for Concord athletics, as both the baseball and softball teams hosted double-headers at home. The baseball team swept Urbana, winning game one
Spring wasn’t quite in the air on Friday as a number of area softball teams went head-to-head. In Princeton, the Lady Tigers and Lady Mavs
Monday marked the beginning of the boys sectional playoffs. The Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center hosted the Class AA Region III, Section 1 semifinals. Top-seeded Oak
The honorees for Southwest District girls basketball were announced on Monday. Six players found spots on the First and Second Teams: Southwest District First Team:
Dates and times for West Virginia girls regional basketball playoffs have been released: Class AAA Region III: Tuesday, Feb. 26 Woodrow Wilson at South Charleston
It’s “ring season” for the Graham football team! Sunday night they collected their hard-earned state championship rings.
Five young men from three high schools represented southern West Virginia on championship Saturday from the state wrestling tournament. Independence’s streak of five-straight Class AA
The Beckley Flying Eagles traveled to Greenbrier East on Saturday night with the Class AAA, Region III, Section 2 title on the line. It was
Graham hadn’t lost a game in the entire month of February going into Saturday night’s Region 2D title game against reigning state champion Gate City.
In a regional semifinal, Graham welcomed in Union on Friday night. The G-Men’s defense was stout in the first half, allowing just 13 total points
Bluefield hosted Princeton on Friday night in the Armory, as ten seniors were recognized before the game. The Tigers held on to a 14-13 lead
In Hinton, the Summers County girls team hosted Montcalm in the Class A, Region III, Section 2 title game. The Lady Generals grabbed the early