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Founding father of Oak Glen athletics dies

April 7, 2016 NEW CUMBERLAND — Oak Glen High School came into existence in 1963. It owns the distinction of being West Virginia’s northern-most high school. more »»

Off The Tee: Belmont Hills kicks off season with Snowbird Scramble

April 3, 2016 Belmont Hills Country Club’s annual Snowbird Scramble was held last weekend. Winning the title with a score of 63 was the foursome of Bryan Woodford, Gary Young, Dean Miller and Andy Yanok. more »»

North Canton Hoover A.D. has BD roots

April 2, 2016 CANTON — North Canton Hoover is one of the premier high schools in Ohio. Academically, it gets an “A” on its state report card. more »»

Lewicki gains All-American hockey honors

March 28, 2016 PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. — From Moundsville to All-American. Such is the journey of Kristin Lewicki. The John Marshall High product recently completed her junior season with the Adrian (Mich. more »»

Tallman, Morgantown Mohigans a perfect combo

March 22, 2016 CHARLESTON — Morgantown High is on top of the prep basketball world in the Mountain State. The Lady Mohigans repeated as state champions earlier this month. more »»

Former Madonna great coaching in NAIA Final Four

March 21, 2016 INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — Joanna Bernabei McNamee has been a winner all her basketball life. more »»

Jeff Sabatino: 40 years of teaching, basketball and life

March 20, 2016 MARTINS FERRY — The high school coaching profession is a tough business. Coaches are hanging up their whistles much quicker these days. more »»

Ancient Shamrock Stadium receives national award

March 13, 2016 BARNESVILLE — Shamrock Stadium hosted its first football game in 193. more »»

OV wrestlers of the year named for ’16

March 13, 2016 The OVAC Wrestling Coaches Association recognizes the Ohio and West Virginia Wrestlers of the Year at the end of every mat sport season. Dr. more »»

St. C.’s Jacob impressing at Toledo

March 12, 2016 As the high school baseball season draws closer and closer, there are certainly a number of area coaches — St. more »»

John Marshall grad beating up collegiate ice

March 10, 2016 MOUNDSVILLE — Adrian College is enjoying a brilliant women’s hockey season. A John Marshall High graduate is a major reason for the Michigan-based school’s success. more »»

Track is fun again for Robinson

March 6, 2016 -- Alyssa Robinson couldn’t even believe it herself. The St. more »»

Shank's quality career receives NCAA recognition

March 6, 2016 NEW CONCORD — Larry Shank is 67 years young and still a shaker and mover in the world of college athletics as well as in the game of life. The St. more »»

How to be a wrestling parent

March 6, 2016 How can you be a shining example as a wrestling (or athletic) parent? Ideally, sports are supposed to teach wholesome values that the participants can live by throughout their lives and you, as... more »»

Machovina happy to be back on the softball field

March 5, 2016 COLUMBUS — Each time she takes the field, Jesse Machovina is thankful. The St. Clairsville graduate learned during her season away from the diamond just how much she loves the game of softball. more »»

Former Park hoopster excels in coaching ranks

March 3, 2016 WHEELING — D.P. Harris has been a winner on the hardwood all his life. That success continued Saturday for the Wheeling Park grad. Harris is head coach at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa. more »»

Donnie Madzia: Officiating the game of life

February 28, 2016 HOPEDALE — He is the picture of health. Looking at Donnie Madzia running up and down the basketball court these days, it is hard to fathom he was on his death bed this past summe. more »»

Pressure affects youth wrestling, too

February 28, 2016 Just as "too much pressure" will burst a balloon, it can also rupture the ego of a child. We all know that Little League or pee-wee sports can be very beneficial for youngsters. more »»

Walter anxious to begin another season

February 28, 2016 MESA, Ariz. — The weather is great, but the days are long and taxing. Wheeling Park grad Corey Walter wouldn’t have it any other way. more »»

Stephens ‘seeing’ the ball well for Morehead

February 27, 2016 MOREHEAD, Ky. — When Alex Stephens says he’s seeing the ball really well so far this season, he means it both literally and figuratively. more »»

 
 
 

 

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