The three leading Republican candidates for U.S. Senate faced off Tuesday in a nationally-televised debate.
Bolting to a big lead after two innings, the Mountaineers enjoyed a comfortable 9-5 victory Tuesday night at Mon County Ballpark.
Andrew Kerzak went 3 for 4 with an RBI and four runs scored in Morgantown's 12-2 win over Madonna.
No. 3 Cabell Midland scored five runs with two outs in the seventh to beat No. 1 Hurricane 13-10.
"I never was firmly in anybody's camp, but probably a little more tonight, after the debate, a little more for Blankenship than I was," Jack Simms said.
Debate in Morgantown occurs one week before competitive primary.
Company requested 21 percent hike Monday.
Alpha President and CEO Doug Tate represented West Virginia Monday in Washington, D.C.
WV to receive $2.65 million.
A 6-foot-8 forward, Ahmad averaged 10.2 points and 5.5 rebounds in 21 games as a junior after serving an NCAA-mandated half-season suspension.
Online voting to start May 25.
Votes coming next week.
Two separate raids Tuesday.
Back and forth between candidates expected.
Bob Huggins announced the hiring of Shaun Brown from Minnesota on Tuesday.
The restraints come from the West Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services for Children Program.
Health department says 150 vaccines have been administered.
Koby Kiefer leads Bridgeport to an 11-0 win over No. 7 Fairmont Senior.
Zack Whitacre just one hit shy of the cycle as Frankfort beat Philip Barbour 14-1.
Logan picked up a 5-4 win over Chapmanville last week out of Class AA Region 4.