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BOYS BASKETBALL: Gilmer County slips past Charleston Catholic

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Boys basketball

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hurricane routs Winfield

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Girls basketball

BOYS BASKETBALL: Ravenswood edges Herbert Hoover in Falling Rock

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FALLING ROCK, W.Va. — Despite being in just the second week of the season, the Herbert Hoover and Ravenswood high school boys basketball teams played like they were in mid-season form.

The teams went back an...

BOYS BASKETBALL: Spring Valley tops George Washington

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Boys basketball

BOYS BASKETBALL: Knapper, Grier lead South Charleston rout

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Boys basketball

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Poca knocks off visiting Scott

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Girls basketball - Poca 45, Scott 40

SC offensive line improved since last meeting with Capital

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Capital dominated up front in teams’ regular season game

PREP BASKETBALL: Riverside girls face rebuilding season under new coach

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — After coaching at the middle school level, Sam Terry gets his first opportunity to lead a high school team after taking over the Riverside girls basketball program.

Terry has coached and ...

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Ullman, Hoover aim to reach state tournament

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Girls basketball preview

BOYS BASKETBALL: Buffalo staring at rebuilding season

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Boys basketball preview

Class AA: No. 2 Frankfort tops Westside for spot in Super Six

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SHORT GAP, W.Va. — All throughout the playoffs, Westside quarterback Justin Cogar has helped carry the Renegades, who were making their first-ever semifinal appearance.

Cogar and Westside, though, ran into a...

MEC BASKETBALL: Charleston men beat visiting Wheeling Jesuit

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The University of Charleston men’s basketball team had a quick turnaround in hopes of bouncing back from a loss on the road to West Liberty on Saturday.

Meanwhile, UC’s Mond...

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Nitro looks to keep improving

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Girls basketball preview

AA: Westside downs wounded Ravenswood

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CLEAR FORK — A lot of the pregame buzz leading up to the Ravenswood-Westside playoff meeting centered around the Kennedy Award candidates for both teams in Rhys Jelich and Justin Cogar...

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Buffalo will lean on Dunn

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Girls basketball preview

PREP BASKETBALL: Watson, Hurricane girls set for season

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Hurricane all-state girls basketball standout Abby Watson officially signed with the University of Charleston last week to continue her career in college and had a ceremony on Tuesday afternoon at the high school to cele...

MEC BASKETBALL: W.Va. State falls to Shaw, starts 0-2

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Shaw 74, W.Va. State 66

CLASS AA: Late drive sends Ravenswood past Bluefield 42-41

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BLUEFIELD — Ravenswood blew a 28-point second-half lead, and for a short while it looked as though the Red Devils would suffer a heartbreaking defeat to Bluefield to end their season.<...

South Charleston not letting its guard down

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The last time South Charleston played Spring Valley, the Black Eagles dominated in a 43-14 regular-season victory.

The Black Eagles (8-2) will look for similar results when the sixth seed...

MEC BASKETBALL: UC women have rough start to season

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Coming off a season in which the University of Charleston’s women’s basketball program advanced to the NCAA Regional Tournament and returned seven of their top nine players, hopes...

MEC BASKETBALL: Hobbs will help W.Va. State women

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W.Va. State women’s basketball preview

Poca falls to Tolsia, finishes winless

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POCA, W.Va. — Poca and Tolsia were simply playing for pride and looking to end their season on a positive note to build for the offseason.

The Rebels did just that, earning an easy 45-6 victory over the Dots...

PREP SOCCER: Catholic boys want to start new title streak

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Last season, the Charleston Catholic boys soccer team walked off the field at the state tournament with a feeling they had never experienced before throughout their careers with the Irish.

The Catholic program had ...

PREP SOCCER: State-bound GW boys inspired by Hopper

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Longtime Patriots’ coach died in September

St. Albans slips by Winfield on final play

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WINFIELD, W.Va. — St. Albans had done nothing offensively all game long, and looked like it were going to be shut out when Winfield gave the Red Dragons a gift late in the game, giving them one more opportunity to...

PREP SOCCER: GW boys, girls advance to state tournament

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Thursday was a good night to be a George Washington Patriot as the boys and girls soccer teams advanced to the state tournament.

The GW girls knocked off Woodrow Wilson 2-0 while the Patriots’ boys team also...

PREP SOCCER: Charleston Catholic tops Sissonville for spot in state tourney

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Catholic advances to state tournament in Beckley