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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

Capital rolls past Nitro, 91-14

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Last week, Capital had its scheduled game at Woodrow Wilson canceled due to no officials. Unfortunately for Nitro, the officials showed up at Laidley Field Friday night.

The Cougars returned to the field after the ...

PREP SOCCER: Catholic girls blank St. Joseph

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The Charleston Catholic girls soccer team entered sectional play with losses in their last two games, but both came against Class AAA powers — Hurricane and two-time defending champion Winfield.

The Irish go...

PREP SOCCER: Yablonsky, St. Joe oust Hoover boys

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