RED JACKET — Mingo Central High School will be looking for a new football coach this coming season after Joey Fields resigned from that position late this week.
Alex Jarrell struck out 13 en route to a two-hit shutout as South Charleston blanked visiting Riverside 8-0 Thursday in prep baseball.
Hurricane softball standout Caiti Mathes hit three home runs to go with four RBIs and the Redskins stayed undefeated with a 8-0 blanking of South Charleston on the road Wednesday.
Charleston Catholic golfer Nate DeTemple will continue his athletic career at the Division I level, after signing Wednesday to play at High Point University in High Point, North Carolina.
Johnny Barker, who called sports events in Charleston for nearly 60 years and was widely regarded as “the Voice of Laidley Field,’’ died Monday at the age of 88 following several years of declining health.
Jake Carr went 2 for 3 with a home run, a double and three RBIs as host St. Albans beat Capital 11-1 in five innings Tuesday in prep baseball.
BECKLEY — Trey Doomes and Jordan McCabe came a long way to participate in Saturday’s Scott Brown Classic, but they made the most of their venture to West Virginia.
HUNTINGTON — As Chapmanville head coach Brad Napier took the podium following the Tigers’ 69-60 win in the Class AA Championship, he couldn’t help but smile.
BECKLEY — The best players from Class AA’s best teams were at their best on Saturday during the opening game of the Scott Brown Classic.
Several Kanawha Valley boys basketball standouts, as well as WVU and Marshall recruits, are scheduled to participate in Saturday’s Scott Brown Memorial Classic at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
Over the course of three games in two days against both Class AA state title game combatants from a year ago, Nitro coach Greg Garber learned a lot about just how far his team had come.
For the first three years of his Winfield High baseball career, Brett Morris felt the pressure of trying to succeed. Yet it was when he let that pressure melt away that the success he sought came to him.
Autumn Elswick enjoyed playing for Mitch Jacobs’ high school travel team so much that, when the chance came to keep playing for Jacobs in college, it was a no-brainer.
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