POCA — Isaac McKneely could write a book about what he’s done so far on his summer vacation, and he’s still got more than a month left before his senior year in high school.
George Washington will host the Patriot Shootout boys basketball event Tuesday as part of the state’s approved three-week summer practice period.
Poca guard Isaac McKneely, who will be entering his senior season this fall, has been listed as the No. 96 boys basketball recruit in the country in the ESPN Top 100 player rankings on ESPN.com.
It wasn’t the splurge of points fans witnessed in the last North-South All-Star Game. In fact, even though both teams went over 100 points, defense proved to be the deciding factor.
The North-South All-Star Basketball Classic is more than a last chance for Charleston Catholic All-Staters Aiden Satterfield and Zion Suddeth to play one final game together. It’s actually a reunion of sorts for the Irish duo.
Generally, all-star games offer a chance for athletes to play one more high school game before they head off to college, or the opportunity to see how they measure up against some of the best.
Frank Early, a two-sport athlete and a recent graduate of Herbert Hoover, died in a single-car accident Friday evening in Lincoln County, according to multiple reports.
George Washington got a lot of mileage from its senior guards this season. In return, they helped the Patriots negotiate the road to another state championship.
CLARKSBURG — The move to four classes for high school basketball had a major impact on Class AAA, as evidenced in the state tournament by a mix of teams that “stayed” in the classification (Hampshire) or moved up from Class AA (Robert C. Byrd, Fairmont Senior, Shady Spring, Nitro, Herbert Ho…
Bill Evans Award winner Isaac McKneely of Poca was the obvious choice for the captain spot on the Class AA boys basketball All-State first team selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
After a one-year absence, the North-South Basketball Classic is set to return on Friday, June 18 at the South Charleston Community Center. Last year’s game was canceled by COVID-19.
George Washington knew Ben Nicol would play a large role in Saturday’s Class AAAA boys basketball state championship game against Morgantown, but the Patriots couldn’t keep him on the floor because of game-long foul trouble.
Poca went from elation to deflation. For Williamstown, it meant ending a long, long wait, and perhaps gaining some overdue respect.
Shady Spring boys basketball coach Ronnie Olson can finally change his socks with the thrill of victory far outweighing the smell of the feet.
When T.J. Blevins took over as the head coach of the Man High School boys basketball team four years ago, his Hillbillies finished 0-22.
George Washington senior guard Mason Pinkett and veteran coach Rick Greene were selected as the top award winners on the All-Mountain State Athletic Conference boys basketball team. The team was selected by league coaches.
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