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Rich Stevens

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Capital boys not getting much attention despite strong start

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Boys basketball notebook

UC men fall short against Fairmont State

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MEC basketball: Fairmont State 93, Charleston 88

UC men survive against Mazyck, State

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UC 82, W.Va. State 70

UC women survive scare from rival W.Va. State

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UC 65, W.Va. State 56

Rich Stevens: I’m glad I could call Josh Myers a friend

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Rich Stevens column

Charleston men visit W.Va. State in MEC matchup

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Golden Eagles lead all-time series 71-49

Buffalo boys not panicking despite 0-11 start

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Boys basketball notebook

Charleston Catholic girls blitz Greenbrier East

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Girls basketball

Coach Greene finding a way for GW boys

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Boys basketball notebook

MEC BASKETBALL: Kesic’s season-high five 3-pointers leads UC men past Concord

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UC 70, Concord 65

MEC FOOTBALL: Former GW, WVU player Pennington named offensive coordinator at State

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WVSU football

Smolder leaving Sissonville to take over at Ripley

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Eddie Smolder, who revived the Sissonville High School football program from a winless season one year before his arrival (2010) to back-to-back playoff appearances (2013-14), has accepted the ...

BOYS BASKETBALL: Riverside coach Craig Albright ready for the challenge

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The atta boys and the good jobs can be heard all over a sparsely filled Charleston Civic Center during the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Hoops Classic.

The sound was from the mouth of ...

MEC BASKETBALL: Scout team has been key for success of UC men

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — University of Charleston men’s basketball coach Dwaine Osborne said his scout team players help the regulars get better and that’s not just coachspeak.

All he has to do is c...

MEC BASKETBALL: Even at 1-10, State men are taking shape

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia State University men’s basketball team spent five days in Puerto Rico and coach Bryan Poore ran at least three miles every morning.

That’s not what he expe...

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Concord’s Ellington enjoying postseason success

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CU plays in Division II semifinals on Saturday

BOYS BASKETBALL: Hurricane seeks third consecutive state tourney berth

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Boys basketball preview

BOYS BASKETBALL: South Charleston will lean on Knapper, Grier

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Boys basketball preview