The Poca rising senior running back rewrote state record books in his junior season.
— Story by Taylor Kennedy CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Musselman’s Blake Hartman is ready to get things going with his team next season. Hartman missed the Applemen’s state quarterfinal game against Parkersburg South due to injury. He was injured in the previous round against Parkersburg. “I wasn’t able to play in that game against Parkersburg South,
Governor Jim Justice & Bernie Dolan of the WVSSAC announced plans Friday afternoon.
Governor Jim Justice has a press conference scheduled for Friday.
Marion, Taylor and Wetzel counties have announced some shutdowns of practices.
McCallister is headed across town to the University of Charleston this fall.
Schoonover was a 3-time all-state football standout at Moorefield.
The Gatorade State Player of the Year has nine Division I scholarship offers.
The former Mountaineer is entering his second season of professional baseball.
The 2020 H.S. football season is scheduled to begin on August 24th.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — An Ohio County student-athlete has tested positive for COVID-19, triggering a quarantine with teammates that he has had contact with during offseason conditioning workouts. Informational update. pic.twitter.com/g2uF1hg1S7 — Ohio County Schools (@OhioCounty1) June 30, 2020 “We have been doing conditioning per the WVSSAC guidelines for the last couple weeks,” said Ohio County
Duncan is seeking his second consecutive state junior amateur championship this week.
Herd That opens play in The Basketball Tournament on July 5.
Phase II of the offseason calendar began on Monday for many counties around West Virginia.
American Legion baseball did not start this summer, forcing teams to make alternative plans.
McGhee will play safety in the Ivy League after winning 3 state titles at WCCHS.
The Generals qualified for the Class AA playoffs last season.
— Story by Taylor Kennedy CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. – Chapmanville guard Andrew Shull has officially signed with the Rio Grande RedStorm. Shull signed his letter of intent Saturday evening at the local Giovanni’s in Chapmanville. Shull’s excitement lit up the room. The relief of having the wait to sign was finally over for Shull. “I’ve finally
The Hawks are coming off just their second losing season in 25 years.
The South Charleston grad is an 11-year WNBA veteran.