Buffalo junior long-distance runner Patrick Reilly has become somewhat of a team leader this season.
Wheeling Central Catholic senior sprinter Cooper Blair reached the mountaintop of his high school track and field career at the Class A state meet on Saturday at University of Charleston Stadium.
Saturday’s Class A boys track and field team title came down to the wire at University of Charleston Stadium.
Kanawha Valley standouts Lily Haught and Candace Morris kept good things going Friday at the Class AAA girls state track meet. And in the boys meet, University kept the revolving door spinning as far as team glory.
Winfield doubled its pleasure — again — at the state track meet.
There isn’t a lot of Kanawha Valley representation in the Class A state track meet, which begins Friday night at University of Charleston Stadium and concludes with the bulk of the events Saturday morning and afternoon.
The Class AAA state track and field meet is set to begin Thursday at University of Charleston Stadium and Hurricane and Huntington bring a lot of talent to the track.
As has been the case all season, Winfield’s track team enters the Class AA state meet with a full head of steam.
When the building of the new Buffalo High School was planned last decade, new track facilities with the new football field were also seemingly in the works.
PARKERSBURG — Huntington’s girls defended their Class AAA Region 4 track title on Thursday while the Highlanders also took top honors on the boys side at Stadium Field in Parkersburg.
It’s been at least 25 years since a pole vaulter from George Washington placed in the boys state track meet. But the Patriots just might double their pleasure in that event this season, thanks to a pair of identical twins.
WINFIELD -- The last three weeks have been frustrating for Winfield senior sprinter Allie Germann, one of the state’s most accomplished track athletes.
The Class AAA regional track meets will take place Thursday, and six Kanawha Valley schools are set to compete.
The Class AA regional track and field meets will take place Wednesday at various locations throughout West Virginia.
Just two Kanawha Valley teams competed in the Class A portion of the Tudor’s Biscuit World Charleston Relays on Saturday at University of Charleston Stadium.
Since childhood, Chase Pepper has dealt with his share of physical issues, but he’s never let it stand in his way on the track or the cross country course.
If Winfield is going to make a run for the boys Class AA track title next month, it will need a big boost from its pair of distance aces.
The state’s biggest regular-season prep track meet, the Tudor’s Biscuit World Charleston Relays — formerly the Gazette-Mail Relays — is set to take place Thursday through Saturday at University of Charleston Stadium.
HURRICANE — Saturday was a scorcher at the Hurricane Invitational prep track meet at Hurricane High School.
The perfect combination of speed and endurance propelled Hurricane junior Audrey Hall to this year’s New Balance Nationals Indoor track meet to be held Sunday at The Armory in New York City.
Morgantown High’s Irene Riggs made school history when she was selected as the McCoy Award winner as Female Track Athlete of the Year for 2021 by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
Torrence Walker’s 2021 track season for Wheeling Park was so good that he even surprised himself at times.
WINFIELD — When Marshall University signed Dianna Goodman, little did Thundering Herd track coaches know they were getting a two-time All-American.
HAMLIN — In 2019, Lincoln County’s Lilli Ross finished seventh in the Class AA shot put competition at the state track and field meet as a sophomore. As a junior in 2020, she didn’t get to compete at all due to the season being lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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