Coalfield Conference honors finest athletes
Over the last 20 years, names like Independence’s Ashley Jackson, Woodrow Wilson’s Doug Legursky, Shady Spring’s Whitney Humphreys, Wyoming East’s Tank Tunstalle and the late Benny Bowles of Oceana have been enshrined forever as Coalfield Conference Impact Athletes of the Year. On Tuesday evening, four more well-deserving prep athletes joined the illustrious ranks.
Tech in fifth-place game in USCAA
The WVU Tech women’s softball team remained in contention on the second day of the 2013 USCAA Softball National Championships at Firestone Stadium.
Gore is triple-winner; Midland boys second
Jonathan Gore has some unfinished business with the state track and field meet.
The Fayetteville High senior has been one of the top Class A boys sprinters and long jumpers the past three seasons, but he’s yet to stand atop the state meet victor’s podium.
- FHS teams earn postseason wins
Flying Eagles topple Oak Hill 4-2 in section play
Woodrow Wilson junior Josh Rakes stood at the middle of the diamond at Shady Spring High School Thursday night, with all eyes focused in his direction.
- Tredway is bound for CU
- State tennis tournament
Local tennis standouts eye tournament success
The tennis courts in Charleston will be filled with Nike bags, empty ball cans, Gatorade bottles and plenty of talent.
FHS Pirates prepared for regional softball foes
Class A Fayetteville’s softball schedule was rough at the end, to say the least.
Regional track and field meets set
Track and field athletes statewide will compete in region qualifying meets this week with a goal of advancing to next weekend’s state meet.
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