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Charleston Catholic’s boys soccer team cruised through the postseason in 2014 on its way to a Class AA/A state championship. This season, as the established favorites to win another title, the Irish might be even ...
In a match between two of the state’s preeminent girls soccer programs, Winfield showed yet again why it is the team all others have been chasing in recent seasons.
The Generals, winners of the last three Cl...
The West Virginia Power stumbled a bit Thursday on its way to a potential South Atlantic League Northern Division second-half title.
Starting pitcher Stephen Tarpley gave up a three-run home run to Lakewood’...
In his first season with the Hurricane High football team, Ethan Highlander made an immediate impact.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — In recent combined practice sessions at NFL training camps, fights have been a problem. On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys and St. Louis Rams scuffled, and last wee...
The Charleston Catholic girls soccer team spent last season as the hunters. In 2015, the Irish will play the role of the hunted.
Catholic won its fourth Class AA-A girls soccer state championship in program history...
A certain level of success is expected with the Charleston Catholic boys soccer team. For the Irish, anything less than a state championship is a letdown.
Catholic has won five of the last six Class AA-A boys socce...
In his first season as coach of the Nitro boys soccer team, Ryne Eich helped guide the Wildcats to a winning record and a sectional championship game.
That game ended in a loss on penalty kicks to Winfield, which w...
For most girls soccer teams, replacing a senior class that included multiple all-state players and the two-time state player of the year would be a near impossible task.
Winfield, however, is not like most girls so...
The Greenville Drive has its fair share of highly drafted and/or expensive prospects, but it was an undrafted international free agent that provided the pivotal play Tuesday.
Catcher David Sopilka, signed by the R...
Winning streaks have been a somewhat common theme this season for the West Virginia Power, while losing streaks have been few and far between.
Monday, the Power saw to it that trend would continue.
The West Virginia Power’s five-game winning streak came to an end as the visiting Lakewood BlueClaws got out of Appalachian Power Park with a 5-3 win on Sunday afternoon.
The Power (62-43 overall, 25-11 seco...
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Drew Brees has been a quarterback in the National Football League for a long time — 14 seasons to be exact. In that time he has seen and done just about ...
The West Virginia Power returns home today to open a four-game series against the Lakewood BlueClaws in a battle between the South Atlantic League Northern Division’s top two teams.
The Power (59-42 overall,...
West Virginia University football coach Dana Holgorsen made an appearance in the Kanawha Valley on Tuesday evening, speaking to fans at Grumpy's Waterfront Grille in Jefferson as a guest of Charleston Gazette-Mail sports...
Lefty is now 6-2 on season with a 2.38 ERA and 46 Ks
Tucker batting .282 and has .956 fielding percentage at shortstop
Kennedy Award winner leads South against North on Saturday at University of Charleston Stadium
Riverside, Nitro, Sissonville prepare for new eras with first-year coaches
Class AA baseball state tournament championship: Bridgeport 5, Chapmanville 0
Prep baseball state tournament: Bridgeport 17, PikeView 7
West Virginia Chaos host South Carolina United Bantams at Schoenbaum Soccer Stadium on Saturday
Power in second place of South Atlantic League Northern Division after 50 games
Irish hammer out 11 hits in rout
Chaos will play at Pittsburgh Riverhounds next week in second round.
Chaos host Fort Pitt Regiment on Wednesday in first round of the U.S. Open Cup soccer tournament
Prep baseball poll
Coley will make his next start Monday night at Power Park
Minor League Baseball: W.Va. Power 4, Kannapolis Intimidators 3
Prep Baseball Poll
Daily Mail Prep Baseball Poll - 4/27/15
Chapmanville remains No. 1 in Class AA; Notre Dame leaps Man in Class A
West Virginia Power feature
Listed as outfielder, standout can contribute almost anywhere
Charleston Daily Mail Prep Baseball Poll for the week of April 13, 2015