West Virginia’s recruiting roll continued on Saturday as offensive lineman Chris Mayo from The Peddie School in Hightstown, New Jersey, pledged to the Mountaineers over offers from Auburn, Tennessee, Pitt, and more.
HUNTINGTON — When Marshall’s football team takes the field for 2019 preseason practice, it will be without one of its leaders along the defensive front from 2018.
VIENNA — As West Virginia Open wins have added up, so has David Bradshaw’s age, and with that has come maturity and a bit of a new role within the West Virginia Golf Association.
VIENNA — Over the course of three days at Parkersburg Country Club, David Bradshaw had more than enough to top the field — and, maybe more impressively, himself, yet again.
Andrew Wright, the coach who helped the University of Charleston baseball program reach new heights, has resigned his position to take a job within the New York Yankees organization.
SETH — After a back injury caused her to miss her entire junior season of softball, Sherman High’s Haylee Clendenin returned to the field of play to help lead the Tide to the Class A championship in 2019.
George Washington High School landed four girls on the All-State lacrosse team chosen by the West Virginia Scholastic Lacrosse Association on Friday.
LAKEWOOD, N.J. — Abrahan Gutierrez hit a sacrifice fly and drove in Jonathan Guzman with the winning run in the 10th inning as the Lakewood BlueClaws defeated the West Virginia Power 5-4 on Thursday in the opening game of the second half of the South Atlantic League season.
West Virginia added another major piece to the football recruiting Class of 2019 on Thursday night, and coach Neal Brown and company did not have to go far to get it.
West Virginia University receiver Marcus Simms, who entered the NCAA transfer portal on April 29, will now skip his senior season entirely.
Ripley’s Tori Starcher was named the 2018-19 Gatorade West Virginia Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year for the second year in a row Thursday.
MORGANTOWN — For much of his 41/2 years on the job as West Virginia University’s athletic director, Shane Lyons wondered just how much of a financial impact Mountaineer sports had on the state and Monongalia County.
VIENNA — Playing a par-73 course featuring six par-5 holes and with greens softened by overnight rains, Wednesday was a day to go low as the 86th West Virginia Open got underway at Parkersburg Country Club.
VIENNA — Dunbar’s Winston Canada hit the first tee ball of the day off the 10th hole during the first round of the 86th West Virginia Open Wednesday at Parkersburg Country Club.