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Capital’s Bays draws inspiration from little brother
KENNY KEMP | Gazette-Mail
Capital’s Bays draws inspiration from little brother

Fear can be a great motivator, to hear Capital football coach Jon Carpenter tell it.

“I think that to be successful, you’ve got to have somebody at home you’re afraid to disappoint,” the sixth-year Cougars coach said...

Power win home finale, look ahead to playoffs
Power win home finale, look ahead to playoffs

For most teams, the regular-season home finale is filled with fan-appreciation events and one last chance to see the players on the field until the following season.

The West Virginia Power’s final home game of the regular season — ...

Girls soccer: Hoover cruises past Mingo Central 11-0

Mingo Central’s Jamie Moore’s evening got off to an inauspicious start when Herbert Hoover fired three shots on goal in the ninety seconds of Wednesday evening’s girls high school soccer match.

Unfortunately for the...

Capital’s Bays draws inspiration from little brother
Capital’s Bays draws inspiration from little brother

Fear can be a great motivator, to hear Capital football coach Jon Carpenter tell it.

“I think that to be successful, you’ve got to have somebody at home you’re afraid to disappoint,” the sixth-year Cougars coach said...

GW’s Miller, Paul Blazer’s Baker meet in battle of the backs
GW’s Miller, Paul Blazer’s Baker meet in battle of the backs

It could be a battle of the backs Friday night at Putnam Stadium in Ashland, Kentucky.

Paul Blazer’s Quinton Baker, a first-team all-state running back who has already committed to Marshall, could get a run for his money from George...

Mike Casazza: This year’s Mountaineers have a familiar feel

MORGANTOWN — His fifth season as West Virginia’s football coach begins in an unusual, though promising, position. The situation on offense, where he’s made his name, is the best available example....

Purdue has struggled since last meeting with Herd
Purdue has struggled since last meeting with Herd

HUNTINGTON — Three sets of numbers to keep in mind as the days tick down to Marshall’s 3 p.m. Sunday opening bout with Purdue: 51-41, 26-10 and 7-25.

The first set was the score when the Boilermakers...

WVU offensive line coach ‘comfortable’ ahead of opener
WVU offensive line coach ‘comfortable’ ahead of opener

MORGANTOWN — Ron Crook has figured out more than just the five starters on his offensive line. The West Virginia assistant football coach has also picked the first substitute for Saturday’s season-opening...

Charleston Distance Run a family affair for Adams
Charleston Distance Run a family affair for Adams

Scan the results for the Charleston Distance Run and the name Caleb Adams appears twice, both times in honor of his late grandfather.

For the second year in a row, Adams will run the Charleston Distance Run’s 5K event, which finishes at...

Five C-USA teams take shots at Power 5 foes this week

Conference USA’s ambitions to pick off a few “Power 5” teams will be tested for the first time tonight, and in style.

Western Kentucky, the league’s top offensive machine and East Division favorite, takes the 69-mile...

UC men’s soccer eager for another shot at D-II crown
UC men’s soccer eager for another shot at D-II crown

Nearly every key component from last season’s Division II championship game run returns this year for the University of Charleston men’s soccer team. Considering that five of those players earned seven spots on All-America teams, that...

Power unveils alternate logo for next season
Power unveils alternate logo for next season

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Power unveiled an additional logo for the 2016 season on Wednesday which will be worn on road and alternate home hats.

The Power has used two primary logos since its beginning in 2005 and will...

Roundup: Poca, Calvary Baptist boys play to 2-2 draw

Trace Jarrett and Shawn Arthur each scored a goal as host Poca (0-2-1) played to a 2-2 boys prep soccer draw with Calvary Baptist.

Parker Bently and Sam Smith scored for Calvary Baptist.

Herbert Hoover 4, Mingo Central 1: Stephen Watkins ...

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WVU

Mike Casazza: This year’s Mountaineers have a familiar feel
WVU offensive line coach ‘comfortable’ ahead of opener
WVU, Georgia Southern want QBs with mobility
Mitch Vingle column: It’s go time for the Big 12
WVU notebook: Enough talk, Holgorsen’s ready for game time

Marshall University

Purdue has struggled since last meeting with Herd
Five C-USA teams take shots at Power 5 foes this week
Juco transfer linebacker Tyler makes quick (urgent) impression on Herd
Marshall notebook: As expected, Purdue has size advantage over Herd
Marshall's Johnson drops extra pounds in offseason

Prep Sports

GW’s Miller, Paul Blazer’s Baker meet in battle of the backs
Girls soccer: Hoover cruises past Mingo Central 11-0
Prep soccer: George Washington boys improve to 6-0
Prep soccer: Winfield girls blank George Washington 2-0
Charleston Catholic boys top Huntington

Columnists

Mitch Vingle: WVU’s new starters, recruiting and Switzer
Doug Smock: Purdue assistant once left mark on Herd stadium
Mitch Vingle: The game within WVU’s opening game
Frank Giardina: Time for football talk, old and new
Chuck McGill: New staff, higher bar as season kicks off

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