The St. Albans, Sissonville and Herbert Hoover prep softball teams have a few things in common entering this week’s regional round.
I’ve become acquainted with many of our state’s most prominent sports figures over the years, but there are many local legends and hometown heroes I never had a chance to meet. Here are some of the names that I wish I had.
Wheeling Park sprinter Torrence Walker started what figures to be a productive weekend and University distance runner Larry Josh Edwards broke a record Friday night as the Class AAA state track meet began at University of Charleston Stadium.
Just when it looked as if Winfield’s girls would drain all the drama out of the Class AA state track meet, up stepped Point Pleasant in the boys division.
The West Virginia Power’s Thursday night home game against the Lexington Legends has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Lately, the Class A state track meets have been the picture of parity. Until Williamstown and Doddridge County rolled into town, that is.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WV News) — After two years of leak free conversations behind closed doors where the movers and shakers of college football saw their opinions changed over and over, the College Football Playoff (CFP) Working Group has recommended that the four-team playoff be scraped and r…
Technology continues to extend its tentacles into every nook and cranny of society, and the sports world is no exception. One of the latest moves in that direction is the gathering of real-time data from athletes on the field, and the Big 12 just took another large step forward in that regar…
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WV News) — The death of Don Vincent, who was integral part of what made up the Golden Age of West Virginia basketball and a complementary player to both Hot Rod Hundley and Jerry West, carried with it a message that fits all too well into modern day athletics.
After building a nine-run lead through three innings, host Charleston Catholic couldn’t push across another, thus having to wait through seven frames that felt like a formality to hoist the Class A Region 3 Section 2 baseball trophy.
The state track meet, returning this week after a two-year absence induced by COVID-19, already guarantees star power, owing to the presence of three all-time state record holders.