Magnolia coach Dave Tallman joined the MetroNews High School Sportsline, looking ahead to postseason play out of Regoin 1 in Class A.
Hurricane boys basketball coach Lance Sutherland breaks down his 2014-2015 team.
Spring Valley offensive lineman Trevor "Shaq" Stacy joined the HS Sportsline to talk about signing with Charlotte.
Parkersburg South boys basketball coach Mike Fallon hopes to lead the Patriots back to the state tournament as one of the favorites.
Woodrow Wilson linebacker Troy Lilly and coach John Lilly joined the HS Sportsline to talk about Troy walking on at WVU.
MSAC commissioner Fred Aldridge speaks about the group of schools that requested to leave the league without penalty.
South Charleston's A.D. Cunningham joined the MetroNews HS Sportsline to talk about signing with Charlotte.
Westside's Justin Cogar talks about joining WVU's football team as a preferred walk-on.
A look some of the notable high school players in the state who have made decisions on where they will play football in college.
Cabell Midland defensive end Reese Donahue becomes the second in-state commitment for WVU in its 2016 football recruiting class.
WVSSAC executive director Gary Ray will retire officially on January 29th of 2016.
Cameron coach Chad Clutter breaks down his team, including 6-foot-11 center Logan Routt.
Gilmer County boys basketball coach Steve Shuff has his team in contention out of Class A.
Westside coach Nick Cook breaks down his 2015 Class AA state championship contending team.
Morgantown improved to 10-1 on the boys high school basketball season, pulling away from Parkersburg South (8-2) in the final minute 64-60 on Monday night.
Martinsburg coach Dave Rogers breaks down his 2015 team.
Cabell Midland defensive lineman Reese Donahue recently took part in the U.S. Army National Combine.
Woodrow Wilson senior forward Brent Osborne breaks down the Flying Eagles so far this season.
South Charleston guard, and WVU commit, Brandon Knapper talks about his progress now into his junior season with the Black Eagles.
Ripley coach Eddie Smolder looks ahead to rebuilding the Vikings' football program.