For much of his career at Clay County, Riley Perkins has played out of position. His sacrifices, done for the good of the team, may have helped put the Panthers in prime position this season.
Herbert Hoover No. 4 player Max Bowen fired a team-best round of 77 as the Huskies shot a combined 245 to finish second in the Class AA Region 3 tournament on Monday at Grandview Country Club in Beaver, earning with it what is believed to be the program’s first team bid into the state tourna…
ASHLAND, Ky. — Natalie Karle reminded her Rose Hill Christian High School volleyball players to make good decisions.
BOONE COUNTY – Through the COVID-19 pandemic, gridiron coaches in Boone County are feeling the pressure of lost revenue from Friday night football games which serve as community hubs for rural communities throughout the state of West Virginia.
Putnam County prep sports teams are back in action starting this Monday. Kanawha County, on the other hand, must wait at least another week.
Quarterback Isaac Atkins ran 6 yards for a touchdown and threw scoring passes of 37 and 57 yards to Braden Howell Friday night, sparking host Liberty Raleigh to a 33-0 prep football win against Clay County in battle of unbeaten and top-10 Class AA teams.
At least one fall prep sport will give all its athletes a chance to move forward in the postseason. But that chance comes with some caveats.
Two of the four Mountain State Athletic Conference teams that are currently playing amid the COVID-19 pandemic collide Friday night in Wood County as Huntington (0-3) visits Parkersburg (2-1). Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
CLAY — Thanksgiving isn’t for another couple of months, but Grant Krajeski is feeling pretty thankful these days. Clay County’s senior quarterback realizes his good fortune when he stops and takes a look around.
They’re missing some familiar names, but the first West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission football ratings of the 2020 season were released Tuesday afternoon.
When Spring Valley first took the field as a consolidated school in 1998, it was playing at a certain level. Good enough to make the Class AAA state playoffs, but not good enough to advance.
It’s still no games and no practice for Kanawha and Putnam county sports teams this week, as they remained in the red Saturday evening in the Department of Education’s weekly School Alert System Map, which determines the COVID-19 risk status in each of the state’s counties and school activit…
RIPLEY — Early in the season, a youthful Ripley team had been riding its defense, allowing its first two opponents a total of one touchdown and getting two scores of its own on interceptions.
MARTINSBURG — After four-plus years, four state championships and 57 consecutive games, Martinsburg football’s epic, historic win streak at last came to an end on Friday night.
It’s one thing to agree to play four-time defending Class AAA champion Martinsburg, which has won a state-record 57 straight games over five seasons.
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