Ryan PrittPreps Sports Reporter

Ryan Pritt joined the Charleston Gazette staff as a part-time employee in the Summer of 2008 after graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in English/Creative Writing. He was added to the full-time staff in 2011 and is currently the chairperson of the All-State softball selection committee. Ryan resides in Cross Lanes.

Ryan Pritt
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Recent Articles and Columns

Hurricane wins third straight state softball title
State softball tournament — 2 mercy wins put Hurricane in AAA finals
State softball tournament — GW eliminated in Class AAA
Hurricane, GW, Hoover carry different traditions into state softball tournament
Hurricane’s Katie Adams named Kanawha Valley Softball Player of the Year
George Washington’s Malika Houston caps prep track career in style
State track meet notebook: Poca’s Chase Dotson closes career on high note
Wayne capitalizes on Sissonville mistakes, claims sectional baseball title
Hurricane softball rolls Parkersburg for spot in state tournament
GW softball opens AAA Region 3 championship series with win
Four Kanawha Valley prep softball teams try to win regionals, earn berths to state tournament this week
NASCAR racer Kevin Harvick’s busy schedule includes appearance at new Dunbar Ollie’s
Point Pleasant knocks off Winfield in deciding game to win sectional softball title
Winfield pulls away from Poca in softball sectional elimination game
Buffalo rolls past Van, into sectional showdown with Sherman
Sections, season on the line as softball postseason play resumes
Hurricane rolls to sectional softball championship
Sherman tops Buffalo in softball sectionals
George Washington wraps up sectional softball championship
Kanawha Valley prep softball teams begin march to Vienna
Gazette-Mail Relays notebook: Winfield’s Carly Hinkle caps busy week with high jump title
Track & field notebook: Chris Cottrell back on track for Sissonville
Hurricane pounds Huntington 12-2, wins MSAC softball title
Hurricane, Huntington survive tight MSAC softball semifinals
Winfield’s Mary Lawman wins Doug Huff Award for intangible contributions