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MEC FOOTBALL: UC’s Kelly makes point for starting QB spot

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Mountain East football notebook

MEC FOOTBALL: Charleston rolls past West Virginia State

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MEC FOOTBALL

MEC FOOTBALL: State, UC square off in Kanawha Classic

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Coach Pat Kirkland’s University of Charleston football team hadn’t given up more than 33 points since his first season (2011) before Glenville State put up 34 in a four-point Mountain East Conference victor...

MEC FOOTBALL: W.Va. State seeks second consecutive victory

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Mountain East football notebook

PREP GOLF: Charleston Catholic wins fourth straight golf title

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DAILY MAIL ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR

WHEELING, W.Va. — Charleston Catholic senior Christian Casingal had a bird’s-eye view of what needed to be done for he and the Irish to reach unprecedented heights a...

PREP GOLF: Irish hope to protect lead at state tourney

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Charleston Catholic owns three-stroke lead in Class A

PREP GOLF: Golf coaches seek to move state tournament

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State tournament notebook

PREP GOLF: GW prepared for uphill climb at state tournament

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Prep golf state tournament preview

Rich Stevens: UC has grand opportunity vs. Rams

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Rich Stevens column

PREP GOLF: Car accident doesn’t stop Poca’s Hoffman

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Poca High School freshman Mitch Hoffman finds himself an integral part of the Dots’ second consecutive Class AA Region 4 championship.

His 84 during Monday’s regional at Tor...

PREP GOLF: Teams begin quest for state tourney on Monday

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Charleston Catholic will try to move one step closer to winning an unprecedented fourth consecutive state golf championship on Monday when regionals take place around the state.

The Irish...

MEC FOOTBALL: UC defense will be tested this week vs. Notre Dame College

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Golden Eagles hit the road this weekend

PREP BASKETBALL: Knapper could be ‘really, really good’ for WVU

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South Charleston guard gave verbal commitment to Mountaineers over the weekend

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

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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 ...

MEC FOOTBALL: State hopes to ride momentum of opening-day victory

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Yellow Jackets snapped 17-game losing streak last week