Get Connected
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Sign In
  • Classifieds
  • Sections

Chris Wade

Sportswriter
  • Phone 304-348-7903
  • Email Send Mail
  • Dep Sports

Riverside boys slip past Ripley in sectional

-

Warriors set to face No. 1 Capital in sectional semifinal

Long leads Sissonville girls past Hoover in sectionals

-

Girls basketball sectionals

UC softball to lean on senior pitchers this season

-

College softball preview

W.Va. State softball returns deep roster

-

College softball preview

Spring Valley girls win at Nitro

-

Girls basketball

Nitro boys knock off Charleston Catholic

-

Wildcats earn third win of the season with 54-49 victory against Irish at Charleston Civic Center

South Charleston girls avenge loss to Logan

-

Girls basketball: South Charleston 50, Logan 40

Aab leads Hoover girls to victory

-

Huskies win 12th game of season

Parkersburg boys pull away from Riverside

-

Big Reds outscore Warriors 40-22 in second half en route to MSAC win

St. Albans girls upend Hurricane

-

HURRICANE, W.Va. — The St. Albans-Hurricane girls basketball matchup featured not only two state ranked teams, but also two of the top freshmen in the area in the Red Dragon’s Jaden McDaniels and Redskins&#...

Capital boys rout Woodrow Wilson

-

Cougars impressive in 21-point win against visiting Flying Eagles

St. Albans girls beat rival Nitro

-

Three starters sit first half for Red Dragons

Hurricane boys knock off No. 1 South Charleston

-

Boys basketball

Balanced GW boys win against Hurricane

-

George Washington 65, Hurricane 59

Poca gets decisive hoops win over Mingo Central

-

There is only one ball to go around for No. 1 ranked Poca.

Fortunately for the Dots, that doesn’t seem to be a problem as there was more than enough passing to share the wealth on Friday night.

In a ba...

South Charleston boys pull away from Parkersburg

-

South Charleston 63, Parkersburg 47

Sadeghian resigns as Sissonville girls soccer coach

-

Coach won two state titles with Indians

Late foul seals Sissonville boys win against Herbert Hoover

-

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Trailing by one with the ball and just over a minute left, the Herbert Hoover bench called a timeout off of a loose ball to keep possession.

However, a Husky player dressed in street clot...

BOYS BASKETBALL: Capital rolls over Spring Valley

-

Capital boys basketball coach Carl Clark indicated the Cougar football players are still a little rusty coming off their Class AAA state football championship last month.

Spring Valley would strongly disagree with ...