Day: February 22, 2020 Archives

SaturdayFebruary 22, 2020

GW uses balanced attack to claim MSAC title over Cabell Midland, 65-53

The Patriots defeat Cabell Midland for the second time in three weeks.

WVU pitcher Bergert strikes out 14 in win over St. Joseph’s

From WVU Sports Information MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Sophomore right-hander Ryan Bergert struck out a career-high 14 batters in 8 innings of work in the West Virginia’s 5-1 win over Saint Joseph’s on Saturday afternoon at the Brittain Resorts Invitational. The strikeout total was the most by a Mountaineer pitcher since Nick Snyder punched out

Second half surge lifts Parkersburg to MSAC title, 61-46 over GW

The Big Reds claim their third consecutive conference title.

Following disastrous TCU loss, West Virginia season reaches tipping point

After dropping what should have been an easy win, West Virginia's basketball season is officially on the brink.

Big O-fer: Tshiebwe’s poor game sets tone in brutal WVU loss at TCU

Oscar Tshiebwe played the worst game of his young West Virginia career and several of his teammates shared in the struggle as the 17th-ranked Mountaineers continued to play inept basketball on the road in a 67-60 overtime loss at TCU. West Virginia (19-8, 7-7 Big 12) destroyed the Horned Frogs by 32 points when the

Annual WV Scholar program now open to high school juniors

The winner gets full ride to Wesleyan.

Photo gallery: Martinsburg sweeps regular season series from Hedgesville, 48-42

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Photos from Martinsburg’s 48-42 win at Hedgesville. The win clinched the Eastern Panhandle Athletic Conference title for the Bulldogs. (Photos courtesy of Christopher C. Davis/@EP_BigCameraGuy)

2 mobile homes completed in Clay County as RISE efforts continue

The West Virginia National Guard noted Friday there are 86 homes in the active construction phase.

Mixed views expressed on proposed change to New River Gorge

Advocates believe a National Park would be a huge boost to visitors in West Virginia, but others worry without careful planning it will negatively impact the area and further erode public land access for hunting

College’s creation gets a gubernatorial signature

Governor MacCorkle wouldn't sign the bill in 1895, Governor Justice put his signature on it 125 years later.

Morrisey rejects proposed Johnson & Johnson settlement

Under the deal, Johnson & Johnson would be responsible for paying $4 billion while wholesalers would pay $18 billion.

Herd play host to ODU to begin C-USA’s Bonus Play

Marshall edged Monarchs in earlier meeting in Huntington.

Listen: High School Basketball Roundup (Feb. 22)

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Listen to the seventh edition of ‘High School Basketball Roundup’, which airs every Saturday at 8:30am across the MetroNews Radio Network. Robert C. Byrd, Wheeling Park and University teams are featured and Fred Persinger discusses the seventh edition of the MetroNews Power Index.

TCU looms as ideal opponent for a West Virginia road win

West Virginia's recent road struggles may finally come to an end in Texas.