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WVU FOOTBALL: Outside receivers help boost Mountaineer offense
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WVU FOOTBALL: Outside receivers help boost Mountaineer offense

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia’s football team had a dynamic offense two years ago powered by a pair of receivers who eventually made it to the NFL. The Mountaineers are back at it this season, again with a pair of receivers who pace...

WVU FOOTBALL: Outside receivers help boost Mountaineer offense
WVU FOOTBALL: Outside receivers help boost Mountaineer offense

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia’s football team had a dynamic offense two years ago powered by a pair of receivers who eventually made it to the NFL. The Mountaineers are back at it this season, again with a pair of receivers who pace...

Chuck McGill: Bowden, Holliday and Herd linked by fishing, the veer and a job opening
Chuck McGill: Bowden, Holliday and Herd linked by fishing, the veer and a job opening

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Terry Bowden and Doc Holliday played football together at West Virginia University, have recruited against each other in southern Florida and coached with the same people.

They know each other well. Perhaps a little...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd guards against letdown versus Akron
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd guards against letdown versus Akron

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Less than an hour after the Marshall football team’s 44-14 dismantling of Ohio, a rival that had beaten the Thundering Herd the three previous seasons, the victory party had begun to die down.

“We feel...

MEC football: Charleston’s Knox will move around the offense
MEC football: Charleston’s Knox will move around the offense

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — There is no doubt that John Knox, perhaps the Mountain East Conference’s most effective offensive utility player in 2013, made a difference in the University of Charleston’s 15-7 record during his freshman...

PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Catholic’s Keener sisters pull double duty

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Charleston Catholic sisters Jordan and Peyton Keener contribute as teammates in two fall sports, pushing each other in sibling rivalry and along the way lifting their squads, too.

The Keener sisters — Peyton, a...

WVU FOOTBALL: WVU suspended Worley without seeing video
WVU FOOTBALL: WVU suspended Worley without seeing video

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia made the decision to suspend Daryl Worley Monday night without seeing the surveillance video that police say shows him battering a woman, university officials told the Charleston Daily Mail Thursday.

Worley, a...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Cato named Manning QB of the week

Marshall senior quarterback Rakeem Cato was chosen as the Manning Award Quarterback of the Week, the award committee announced Thursday. Cato won the honor over seven other Manning Award Stars of the Week in the Allstate Sugar Bowl’s Facebook...

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: MU announces FIU, UAB game networks

The Marshall football team’s games at Florida International University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham will be broadcast on the American Sports Network, Marshall announced Thursday. ASN broadcasts on Sinclair Broadcast Group...

AREA GOLF: Carpenter has low round at senior event

HEDGESVILLE — The West Virginia Golf Association Senior Series continued on Tursday at The Woods with area favorite Jim Carpenter earning the United Bank Low Round of the Day with a 1-under par 71. Chuck Ingram was the winner in the senior...

PREP SWIMMING: GW coach Case steps down

Longtime George Washington high school swim coach Melissa Case recently stepped down, leaving behind a long legacy of success.

Case coached both the boys and girls swim teams at GW the past 11 years, and collected nine state titles along the way....

PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Winfield boys edge Huntington to stay undefeated

The Winfield boys soccer team improved its record to 8-0-2 with a hard fought 1-0 win over Huntington on Thursday.

Jesse Richmond scored the match’s only goal with an assist from Steven Taylor with 15 minutes remaining in the second half....

Former Charleston prep standout headed to WVU Sports Hall of Fame
Former Charleston prep standout headed to WVU Sports Hall of Fame

WVU alumna made name for herself with unorthodox playing style

By SHAWNEE MORAN

DAILY MAIL STAFF

Former Charleston Catholic High School and West Virginia University tennis player Jo Marie Bohn will be inducted into the WVU Sports...

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