Winfield's Bryce Humphreys looks at his 57-0 year where he won his second straight state championship.
Washington No. 1, South Charleston No. 2 and Woodrow Wilson No. 3 in the final edition of the MetroNews Power Index.
A top 10 look at the final edition of the MetroNews Power Index for boys high school basketball.
South Charleston head coach Vic Herbert breaks down his standout sophomore Brandon Knapper as the Black Eagles head into postseason play.
Washington stays No. 1, Woodrow Wilson moves up to No. 4.
A top 10 breakdown of each class in week eight of the MetroNews Power Index for boys high school basketball.
Bishop Donahue head coach Tom Wise was a recent guest on MetroNews HS Sportsline as his team gets set for postseason play.
Coach has led Charleston Catholic boys basketball team to 10 state tourneys and three titles so far.
George Washington jumps from No. 12 to No. 3 this week in the boys basketball power index.
A top 10 breakdown of each class in week seven of the MetroNews Power Index for boys high school basketball.
Huntington Prep bill moves on, while an amendment to add Linsly to the bill is shot down.
Wheeling Park head coach Michael Jebbia talks about his team moving forward without senior Luke Saseen.
Huntington Prep still fighting to be able to participate in national tournaments and championships, needing recognition by the WVSSAC.
Morgantown will face Wayne on the football field in 2014.
Washington and South Charleston remain No. 1 and No. 2 - shifting elsewhere in the top 10.
A top-10 look at each class in week six of the MetroNews Power Index for boys high school basketball.
Westside boys basketball head coach Nick Cook breaks down his team overall as the Renegades look to return to the state tournament.
Morgantown lineman Amanii Brown talks about officially signing with WVU.
Madonna quarterback Ross Comis looks at signing with UMass.
Isaiah Kinder talks about playing at the next level with William & Mary.