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  • New Coach, Same Family For Elkins Football Team

    New Coach, Same Family For Elkins Football Team

    Monday, August 21 2017 1:51 PM EDT2017-08-21 17:51:55 GMT

    The Elkins Tigers will have new leadership this season, but they're keeping it in the family. Evan Hott will be taking over in his first season as head coach after his father, Greg, who stepped down after almost 30 years. Coach Evan Hott has been a volunteer assistant for the past decade and said that he is proud to carry the Hott family tradition into a new era of Tiger football. "It's really cool because I have always been here, and it didn't matter if I w...

    The Elkins Tigers will have new leadership this season, but they're keeping it in the family. Evan Hott will be taking over in his first season as head coach after his father, Greg, who stepped down after almost 30 years. Coach Evan Hott has been a volunteer assistant for the past decade and said that he is proud to carry the Hott family tradition into a new era of Tiger football. "It's really cool because I have always been here, and it didn't matter if I w...

  • High School Football Preview: Buckhannon-Upshur

    High School Football Preview: Buckhannon-Upshur

    Friday, August 18 2017 12:08 AM EDT2017-08-18 04:08:22 GMT

    The Bucs made the playoffs last season, but this year, they're beginning the season with the goal of obtaining their first playoff win since 1998. 

    The Bucs made the playoffs last season, but this year, they're beginning the season with the goal of obtaining their first playoff win since 1998. 

  • High School Football Preview: Liberty

    High School Football Preview: Liberty

    Friday, August 18 2017 12:00 AM EDT2017-08-18 04:00:13 GMT

    The Mountaineers think they’re ready to battle for a playoff berth for the second straight season. They’ll return about a dozen starters and a senior class of eight players.  As fourth year head coach A.J. Harman says, the Mountaineers have the right attitude.

    The Mountaineers think they’re ready to battle for a playoff berth for the second straight season. They’ll return about a dozen starters and a senior class of eight players.  As fourth year head coach A.J. Harman says, the Mountaineers have the right attitude.

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  • Black Bears Players Take Part In Miracle League Fantasy Camp

    Black Bears Players Take Part In Miracle League Fantasy Camp

    Monday, August 21 2017 1:49 PM EDT2017-08-21 17:49:55 GMT

    "For one they are my favorite team, and I grew up liking the Pirates, so its great," said Miracle League Participant, Samuel Lee. Mr. Clutch, himself, wasn't the only one smiling this morning at the Monongalia County Ballpark.  the West Virginia Black Bears split up into stations and played ball with members of their Miracle League Fantasy organization. Since 2000, the Miracle League has helped children with special needs play the game of baseball. "Especia...

    "For one they are my favorite team, and I grew up liking the Pirates, so its great," said Miracle League Participant, Samuel Lee. Mr. Clutch, himself, wasn't the only one smiling this morning at the Monongalia County Ballpark.  the West Virginia Black Bears split up into stations and played ball with members of their Miracle League Fantasy organization. Since 2000, the Miracle League has helped children with special needs play the game of baseball. "Especia...

  • Tancas Takes Black Bears Past State College

    Tancas Takes Black Bears Past State College

    Thursday, August 17 2017 11:19 PM EDT2017-08-18 03:19:40 GMT

    With his second homer in as many days, outfielder Lucas Tancas lifted the Black Bears to a 3-0 victory over State College. Tancas homered in the fifth inning, after doubling in the second and scoring the first run of the game. 

    With his second homer in as many days, outfielder Lucas Tancas lifted the Black Bears to a 3-0 victory over State College. Tancas homered in the fifth inning, after doubling in the second and scoring the first run of the game. 

  • Bears Return From Break With 5-1 Win

    Bears Return From Break With 5-1 Win

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 11:57 PM EDT2017-08-17 03:57:09 GMT

    The Black Bears extended their Pinckney Division lead to 2.5 games after a 5-1 victory over State College Wednesday. Sandy Santos and Lucas Tancas each homered, helping pitcher Scooter Hightower to his third win of the season, and propelling the Black Bears to a win to open their six-game homestand. 

    The Black Bears extended their Pinckney Division lead to 2.5 games after a 5-1 victory over State College Wednesday. Sandy Santos and Lucas Tancas each homered, helping pitcher Scooter Hightower to his third win of the season, and propelling the Black Bears to a win to open their six-game homestand. 

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  • Honda Athletes of the Week: Tygarts Valley Baseball

    Honda Athletes of the Week: Tygarts Valley Baseball

    Wednesday, May 31 2017 6:56 PM EDT2017-05-31 22:56:06 GMT

    The last time Tygarts Valley made it to the state tournament, the Bulldogs were a premier team in Class AA. They won back-to-back state titles in 1978-and-79, going undefeated each season. Now a Class A program, the Bulldogs will return to states for the first time since 1979, after taking the toughest possible road through sectionals and regionals.

    The last time Tygarts Valley made it to the state tournament, the Bulldogs were a premier team in Class AA. They won back-to-back state titles in 1978-and-79, going undefeated each season. Now a Class A program, the Bulldogs will return to states for the first time since 1979, after taking the toughest possible road through sectionals and regionals.

  • Honda Athlete of the Week: Bridgeport's McKenna Smith

    Honda Athlete of the Week: Bridgeport's McKenna Smith

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 9:43 PM EDT2017-05-25 01:43:13 GMT

    There may never be a high school sprinter like McKenna Smith again in West Virginia. Smith set four state records a year ago as a junior, giving her a tough act to follow as a senior. 

    There may never be a high school sprinter like McKenna Smith again in West Virginia. Smith set four state records a year ago as a junior, giving her a tough act to follow as a senior. 

  • Honda Athlete of the Week: Tygarts Valley's Rece Wamsley

    Honda Athlete of the Week: Tygarts Valley's Rece Wamsley

    Wednesday, May 17 2017 8:11 PM EDT2017-05-18 00:11:55 GMT

    Even in the most unusual of situations, Tygarts Valley baseball has persevered this season. Head coach James Markley says it's all thanks to the leadership of senior pitcher Rece Wamsley. 

    Even in the most unusual of situations, Tygarts Valley baseball has persevered this season. Head coach James Markley says it's all thanks to the leadership of senior pitcher Rece Wamsley. 

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