SAN JOSE, Calif. — The first weekend of the NCAA tournament left a No. 1 seed, two No. 2s and a No. 3 in the rear view mirror. The top four seeds remain in the South region, but the No. 2 had to beat the No. 10 in the second round and the No. 4 had to beat the No. 12. The East has its No. 7 and No. 8 in the Sweet Sixteen, the Midwest has the No. 7 and the West has the No. 11.
Marshall guard Jon Elmore added another award to his collection Wednesday, being named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 11 first team. He is the second Marshall player behind James Kelly in 2016, to be named to the All-District first team.
This hallowed ground has become much more familiar for West Virginia University’s men’s basketball team since Bob Huggins assumed control.
MORGANTOWN — When the media showed up for a dollop of WVU spring football on Tuesday, what they found was a smorgasbord of items.
You had to feel bad for Ravenswood’s point guard, Hayden Mandrake. He was just trying to dribble the ball across the halfcourt line, as he had done thousands of time before.