Once again this fall, individuals can lace 'em up and run across the New River Gorge Bridge on Bridge Day.
The stadium lights will shine again soon as Friday night high school football, 2019 version, arrives. Following are a few high school football notes as preparation for the season begins in earnest:
Decreasing eastern mallard populations are forcing Atlantic Flyway states to change their regulations for the 2019-20 waterfowl seasons, according to Mike Peters, waterfowl biologist for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
Lifelong friends Jack Flournoy and Sidney Crist will team up to stage a one-day basketball clinic this weekend in Ansted. And it will be aimed at honoring the memory of a beloved area coach.
Trail racers from nine states, Washington, D.C., and the United Kingdom will be in Pocahontas County on Saturday, Aug. 10 for a 5-K race and half-marathon featured in the fourth annual Watoga State Park Mountain Trail Challenge.
Editor’s note: “Remember When?” is a series by The Register-Herald highlighting the area’s most memorable performances, whether it be a game, season or individual player performance.
With the 2019-20 academic year looming on the horizon, here is a look back at state sports teams champions as listed by the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission, the governing body for secondary and middle school athletics in the state:
Glenville State College and the school's athletic department announce that the second annual Tim Carney Golf Outing, A Tribute Tournament, will be held on Friday, Aug. 2 at the Glenville Golf Club.
Applications for the 2019 antlerless deer season limited permit areas are now available online at www.wvhunt.com. Applications will be accepted until midnight on Aug. 14.
Below is a listing of 2019 local high school football schedules as taken from wvssac.org (coaches or athletic directors are asked to direct changes to Steve Keenan at email@example.com):
CLARKSBURG — It’s doubtful anyone in state softball circles would compare Herbert Hoover coach Missy Smith to Cher, but for her and her Huskies, the beat indeed goes on.
When the 2019 baseball season opened up, the question running rampant around the state of West Virginia was, is there a Class AA team that can dethrone five-time defending state champion Bridgeport?
After a scoreless first half, the North logged a touchdown and a two-point conversion early in the second half and made that stand up in an 8-6 victory over the South in the annual North-South All-Star Football Classic Saturday at South Charleston High School.
IRVINE, Calif. — The ATV Safety Institute is inviting adults, youth and families to sign up for free hands-on training from a licensed instructor during ASI’s sixth annual ATV Safety Week, June 1-9 at locations across America.
The Coalfield Athletic Conference recently released its all-conference softball and baseball teams for spring 2019. According to Commissioner Chad Quesenberry, honorees were as follows:
Shady Spring put Oak Hill in a hole from the get-go en route to a 10-0 shutout of the Red Devils in the Class AA Region 3 baseball tourney opener at Jerry Epperly Field on Monday.
The best-of-three Class AA Region 3 baseball championship series pitting Oak Hill against Shady Spring begins tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Jerry Epperly Field in Oak Hill.
CHARLESTON — Oak Hill High senior Michael Beasley gave his team a strong start Friday in the annual state track and field championship meet, an event which was plagued by a lightning delay of around four hours.
Among those competing in the 2019 WVSSAC State Track and Field Championships this Friday and Saturday in Charleston will be two athletes each from Fayetteville and Valley high schools.