The Mountaineers introduced their ninth wrestling coach, who'll earn $160,000 per year. But it's the scholarship money that excites him the most.
USA TODAY High School Sports announced its 2017-18 ALL-USA West Virginia boys basketball team.
USA TODAY High School Sports announced its 2017-18 ALL-USA West Virginia girls basketball team.
A look at Pendleton County's 7-3 win over Greenbrier West.
Logan defeated Lincoln County 7-6, rallying for five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning.
The cornerback/receiver from Bluefield, Va., had committed to WVU in February but did not sign.
Lincoln held on to beat Independence 11-10, improving to 6-4 on the high school baseball season.
Mookie Collier will accept a preferred walk-on spot with Marshall, while Truck Edwards will do the same at Pitt.
A look at Berkeley Springs' 3-0 win over LIberty Raleigh in the McDonald's Baseball Classic.
The former Marshall basketball great was an NBA champion and a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer.
Fairmont Senior went 5-0 this past week, including a 10-3 win over Ritchie County.
The former WVU standout, taken into custody around 6 a.m. Sunday after police found him passed out inside a vehicle near the Eagles' facility, was in possession of an unregistered gun and had to be tased.
The MetroNews high school baseball poll is voted upon weekly by a panel of 10 radio broadcasters and sports writers across West Virginia.
Just when WVU's blueprint for a turnaround weekend neared fruition, Oklahoma State rallied for a 6-4 win Sunday.
Chapmanville basketball coach Brad Napier named the state's high school Coach of the Year by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
Future Mountaineers guards won the 3-point and dunk contests at Saturday's Scott Brown Classic in Beckley.
Marques Inman fueled a six-run first inning, and his two-run blast in the eighth helped West Virginia held off Oklahoma State 10-7 on Saturday to even their weekend series.
Nitro defeated Poca 6-1 earlier this week in high school baseball action.
Matt Ryan may not need to look over his shoulder for Matt Minard, but West Virginia can now celebrate its very own "Matty Ice."
West Virginia (15-16, 1-6) saw its four-game winning streak snapped despite bringing the tying run to the plate in each of the final three innings Friday night.