HUNTINGTON — Coach Shaun Smith prepares Parkersburg South’s wrestling team the best he can for the West Virginia State high school wrestling tournament.
HUNTINGTON — Elijah Edge of St. Albans capped off an unbeaten prep wrestling season when he registered a hard-earned 2-0 win over Quran Misner of Huntington in the 182-pound championship match at the state tournament Tuesday night at Mountain Health Arena.
As Class AAA wrapped up its two-day state tournament wrestling meet Tuesday night at Mountain Health Arena in Huntington, qualifiers in Class AA-A prepared to take center stage.
HUNTINGTON — Mac Payne, a freshman, isn’t performing on the mat for St. Albans like it’s his first year. Same could be said for Saige Walls, freshman at George Washington.
For those left standing by the time Monday’s Class AAA state wrestling tournament starts, it will bring with it one last tournament and an overwhelming sense of relief.
St. Albans took the team title and had three individual champions in the Class AAA Region 3 wrestling tournament Saturday at Riverside High School.
While some prep wrestling regional tournaments got underway on Friday, two of the Kanawha Valley’s biggest hopefuls had another day to wait.
HUNTINGTON — Parkersburg South left with the championship trophy in the 44th WSAZ Invitational wrestling tournament, which wrapped up Saturday afternoon at Huntington High’s Lucas-Archer Gymnasium.
HUNTINGTON — COVID-19 has forced changes to, but not cancellations of, the two largest high school wrestling events in West Virginia.
HUNTINGTON — The West Virginia state wrestling tournament is staying in Huntington through at least 2024, according to a release from the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission.
PARKERSBURG — Braxton Amos built a reputation on the wrestling mat thanks to his many early successes. He repeatedly lived up to that notoriety while attending Parkersburg South High School.
HUNTINGTON — The senior statesmen of the Kanawha Valley’s two most consistent wrestling programs went out with state titles on Saturday.
HUNTINGTON — The leaders began to separate themselves from the rest of the pack during Friday’s two sessions at the 73rd West Virginia state wrestling tournament at Mountain Health Arena.
HUNTINGTON — The first day of the 73rd annual West Virginia State high school wrestling tournament at Mountain Health Arena kicked off Thursday with the first round of matches for both Class AAA and Class AA-A.
The Kanawha Valley contenders, from a team standpoint, are carrying perspective into this week’s state wrestling tournament at Mountain Health Arena in Huntington on Thursday through Saturday.
QUINCY – The Riverside wrestling team set out with one goal in mind this season – winning a regional title for the first time in school history.
COAL CITY — Herbert Hoover wrestling coach Richard Harper doesn’t like the trend that had been developing since his team joined Class AA-A Region 3 three years ago.
PARKERSBURG — Riverside had a chance to dethrone host Parkersburg heading into the finals of the Mountain State Athletic Conference wrestling tournament Saturday, but the host Big Reds came through when they had to.
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