Huntington's Charlie Stone took home the low round of the day at Monday's West Virginia Senior Series at the Parkersburg Country Club.Stone shot a 75 as he won in a three-way card-off, defeating Charleston's David Grubb and Morgantown's Jack Forbes. Vienna's Scott Bibbee won the Senior Division after a card-off against Huntington's Steve Fox. Grubb took top honors in the Silver Division, while Stone finished first in the Gold Division.nn
WVU SOCCER: West Virginia women's soccer player Frances Silva has been named to the 11-player Top Drawer Soccer team of the week after guiding WVU to a pair of Big 12 Conference wins last weekend. Silva scored three goals, including both game-winners, and now leads the league in goals scored with eight.nn
WVC HONORS: Nate Montana, Ervin Moore and Keon Robinson have been named West Virginia Conference football players of the week.West Virginia Wesleyan's Montana earned offensive honors, leading the Bobcats to their first win of the season. He completed 37 passes for 413 yards and four touchdowns in the victory over Seton Hill.Shepherd's Robinson picked up defensive accolades, helping the Rams post a 16-10 victory at previously undefeated Charleston. Robinson intercepted a pass and ran it back 48 yards for a touchdown, helping SU erase a 10-0 deficit.
Concord's Moore was tabbed with the special teams award, turning the game around for the Mountain Lions in a win at West Virginia State. After the Yellow Jackets took a 16-14 lead in the third quarter, Moore blocked the extra-point attempt and teammate Riyahd Richardson returned it, tying the score at 16.For the second consecutive week, James Pucci of Davis & Elkins has been named the conference men's soccer player of the week. Pucci accounted for three goals and an assist while helping the Senators go 2-0 for the week.Pitt-Johnstown's Janna Stoup has been named conference women's soccer player of the week, guiding the Cats to a 2-0 week. In the 3-1 win at Geneva last Tuesday, Stoup had two shots on goal, converting one for a score. Against Wheeling Jesuit, she blasted home both goals in the 2-1 home victory.West Virginia Wesleyan's Korin Wengryn has earned conference volleyball honors. Wengryn led the Bobcats to a victory in the team's lone match of the week. In the win over conference foe Concord, she powered home a match-high 19 kills while tallying a .375 attack percentage. She also posted five blocks for the match, two of which were solo attempts.nn
WJU VOLLEYBALL: The Wheeling Jesuit volleyball team continues to climb in the AVCA Division II Top 25 coaches poll, moving to No. 15th in the country. The Cardinals (15-1) were flawless in the fourth week of the season, collecting five wins over West Virginia State University, Ohio Valley University, Virginia Union University, Cedarville University and West Liberty University. In addition, Jesuit extended its winning streak against West Virginia Conference opponents to 73 straight matches, including conference tournament play.nn
BASKETBALL TOURNEY: The sixth annual Mohigan Fall Classic will be held Oct. 27-28 at Morgantown High School. Boys in grades 6-9 as well as those that played varsity or junior varsity are eligible to play. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org