In recent high school softball games:
George Washington and Woodrow Wilson are the top two overall seeds for upcoming Class AAAA Region 3 girls section basketball tournaments. They are followed in region rankings by Capital, Greenbrier East, South Charleston, Princeton, Riverside and Oak Hill.
Bob Mullett, game director of the Par Mar Friday Night Rivals North-South All-Star Football Classic, sponsored by WCHS-TV/FOX-11 in conjunction with the West Virginia Schools Athletic Coaches Association, has announced the rosters for the 2021 event.
CHARLESTON – Anglers looking for an exciting fishing adventure in West Virginia will have opportunities to catch tiger trout this spring. Gov. Jim Justice announced Wednesday that the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) will stock this unique sport fish in lakes and streams a…
Oak Hill High School senior Morgan Wills, seated in center, signed recently to attend Glenville State College and play soccer for the Pioneers. Seated with Wills were her mother, Stacy Wills, at left, and the OHHS head girls soccer coach, Savanna Babcock. Standing, from left, were her father…
West Virginia's annual Archery in the Schools tournament is going virtual this year, and the state Division of Natural Resources is giving teams more chances to participate by extending the event to three days and removing a qualifying round.
Fayetteville PK-8 and Valley PK-8 squared off in a middle school basketball doubleheader Tuesday, March 9 in Smithers, with the Pirates emerging victorious in both contests.
In competition at Summersville on March 5, the Midland Trail Middle wrestling squad lost to Summersville Middle, 46-42, beat Western Greenbrier, 42-33, and beat Oak Hill Middle, 57-6.
A long wait is over for statewide basketball teams, as the delayed 2021 high school season began this week. Below is a preview of each of the three Fayette County WVSSAC-member girls high school teams:
Winter sports teams are currently practicing for the upcoming regular season. Below is a list of high school basketball scrimmages planned for the next few days:
Fishermen in West Virginia have new regulations to follow and are encouraged to check the 2021 fishing regulations for a roundup of changes that may affect them.
WHEELING — After losing nine seniors from last year's Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Class 5A championship squad, many would have thought the Wheeling Park boys soccer team would have more of a rebuilding year.
Anglers in West Virginia who want a good chance at catching a trophy walleye have the next two months to enjoy some of the best fishing in the state.
Gov. Jim Justice joined officials from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources and West Virginia Tourism Office on Wednesday for a virtual buck scoring event to determine if a buck harvested in Wyoming County is one of the largest typical Pope and Young-class bucks taken in North Ame…
Midland Trail High School senior Indy Eades signed on Friday, Dec. 18 to attend college at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon and play for the Bobcats golf squad at the NCAA Division II level. Eades, who advanced to the state golf tournament this past fall and earned all-state desi…
Anglers and hunters who buy a 2021 hunting and fishing license in December have a chance to win a lifetime license and other prizes from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
PARKERSBURG – The captains of the 2020 W.Va. Class A All-State football team, as voted on by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association, took very different paths to arrive at their honors. One went on a windy road, while the other traveled on a straight-forward journey.
Turkey hunters harvested 1,038 birds during the fall season, according to preliminary numbers provided by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and state restrictions, the Original Toughman Contest West Virginia has updated its 2021 event schedule. The new dates are listed below:
West Virginia’s buck firearms season is underway and the state Division of Natural Resources is encouraging hunters to give back to their community by donating their harvest to the Hunters Helping the Hungry program.
PARKERSBURG — In a year like no other in Mountain State history, the Wirt County volleyball team of first-year head coach Katie Frazier finished 15-4 and repeated as Class A state volleyball champions.
Many hunters in West Virginia got their start when they were kids, and the state Division of Natural Resources is encouraging adult hunters to continue introducing their children and families to the sport this fall.
In one of this weekend's WVSSAC Class A football quarterfinal matchups, No. 4 St. Marys (8-1) is slated to host No. 5 Midland Trail (4-1) at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22 at Bill Hanlin Stadium, provided no change is dictated by the West Virginia Department of Education map on Saturday, Nov. 21.