Trying to predict anything in 2020 borders on insanity, and when it comes to college football, perhaps the more poignant prognostication would be guessing how many games will be played.
Both Marshall and West Virginia have chances to kick off their seasons in style over the next two weeks, with the same opponent — Eastern Kentucky of the Football Championship Subdivision — traveling in for home games.
At a Callaway Junior Tour event at Pipestem Resort earlier this month, the pull cart holding Anna Earl’s golf bag began to roll down a hill and toward a lake.
To call Savannah Hawkins the next big thing in terms of golf in the state of West Virginia would be a little inaccurate.
Over the past couple of weeks, Gatorade announced its baseball and softball players of the year for the state of West Virginia, going with Hurricane’s Austin Dearing and Herbert Hoover’s Delani Buckner, respectively.
In a span of just under four months in the fall and winter of 1984, three things happened — I was born, Michael Jordan made his NBA debut and LeBron James was born.
As of late last week, we know the new scheduled dates for the three-week prep sports summer practice period in Kanawha, Putnam and several surrounding counties — July 6-25.
You may have noticed over the last couple of weeks that I’ve been churning out stories on all of the Kanawha Valley softball teams, taking a look at what could have been and what will be a year from now.
As of last week, all sports sanctioned by the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission have been canceled for the year.
Over the weekend, I had a chance to speak to several golfers who were fortunate enough to compete in the Greenbrier Classic/A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, and their perspectives were indeed distinctive.
Usually, when I have the opportunity to inform an interviewee about history he or she has made, it’s a highlight of the job.
Gov. Jim Justice addressed our state twice since Saturday with updates on the ever-changing landscape in the battle against COVID-19.
While West Virginia continues to play the waiting game in terms of the fate of its high school state basketball tournaments, a buzz has begun to form surrounding the possible contingency plan should neither the girls nor boys return to the court this year.
For those arriving in the Capital City on Wednesday morning to cheer on a team or just to take in the best girls basketball our state has to offer, let me be the first to welcome you.
A year before the four-class proposal takes effect, calls for change within the prep basketball postseason system are still being heard.
The George Washington girls basketball team dropped a 61-46 decision to No. 3 Parkersburg in the championship game of the Mountain State Athletic Conference on Saturday evening at the South Charleston Community Center.