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Street, Streets Are Players of Week

November 25, 2015 This week’s Players of the Week are Trey Streets of Valley and Chase Street of Magnolia. Both led their respective teams in yardage in their opening playoff game. more »»

Nolan, Wang Named Mr., Mrs. Mountaineer

November 25, 2015 Brady Nolan of Reader and Joy Wang of Charleston were announced as this year’s honorees during halftime of the WVU vs. Texas Tech football game (Nov. 7) at Milan Puskar Stadium. more »»

Blue Eagles Move to Quarters

November 19, 2015 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Josh Sims isn’t one to tinker with anything if it’s working at optimal efficiency. more »»

Magnolia Falls in Title Match Thriller

November 19, 2015 After defeating Greater Beckley Christian in three straight sets 25-16, 25-17 and 25-18 Friday morning in quarter-final action, the Blue Eagles advanced to Friday nights semifinal match with... more »»

River’s Caretti Chooses to Play for Buckeyes

November 19, 2015 HANNIBAL — When Jensen Caretti put her name to paper Friday afternoon, it only took a few seconds. The road to get there took years. more »»

Boswell Picks Jesuit

November 19, 2015 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Magnolia has a sparkling basketball tradition. more »»

Hawks Down ’Jacks, 53-12

November 19, 2015 LOST CREEK — Using a quick start and a heavy rushing attack, No. 3 South Harrison eliminated No. more »»

Busy Weekend For Sports Around Wetzel County

November 19, 2015 It was thrilling to be at the WVSSAC playoffs this year, heading to South Harrison to cover the Valley Lumberjacks against the South Harrison Hawks. more »»

Defense Swarms in Season-Ending Victory

November 10, 2015 Swarming. Stifling. That's what best describes the Magnolia defense, and the all-out attack was on full display Saturday against The Linsly School in Wheeling. more »»

Magnolia Defense Takes Their Craft To Work

November 10, 2015 When you talk Magnolia football, normally you think offense, but to win championships, however, you also need defense. When you talk about Blue Eagle defense, you must talk Bob Ripley. more »»

’Jacks showed class against depleted ’Cats

November 10, 2015 Valley came in the favorite against Paden City and went away with the win and a playoff spot. Paden City has played short handed all season long and Friday was no dif-ferent. more »»

Lots Going On Locally This Month

November 10, 2015 A few things are going to happen this month besides Veterans Day and Thanksgiving that a lot of people don't know too much about. more »»

Valley Stuns Tyler Knights

November 3, 2015 PINE GROVE - After losing to Frontier, Valley coach Shane Highley told his team the final three games of the regular season were going to be playoff games, with a loss meaning elimination. more »»

River Blasts Frontier, Rolls Into Postseason

November 3, 2015 River coach Mike Flannery referred to the old adage that “big-time players make big-time plays,” after his team secured a fifth straight victory against rival Frontier, 39-8, on Friday night, to cap... more »»

Being on A Team Is Like Being In a Family

November 3, 2015 Family is defined as a social unit of two or more persons who share the same goals and values, having long-term commitments to one another. more »»

South Harrison Soundly Defeats Paden City, 51-6

November 3, 2015 Paden City scored on the game’s first possession, but the Class A No. 2-ranked South Harrison Hawks put up 51 unanswered points to beat Paden City, 51-6, Oct. 30 at South Harrison High School. more »»

Streets Earns Player of The Week

November 3, 2015 Trey Streets of the Valley Lumberjacks is our lone recipient of Player of the Week honors. Streets has enjoyed a terrific season with one game remaining in the regular season. more »»

Locals Run at Cross Country Meet

November 3, 2015 Teams and individuals hailing from high schools near and far competed in the WVSSAC State Cross Country Championship on Saturday at Cabell Midland High School. more »»

Wildcats Best Eagles on Senior Night

November 3, 2015 During Senior Night ceremonies at Bob Burton Gymnasium Oct. 27, Paden City rolled to a 3-1 victory over Magnolia, 14-25, 25-15 and 25-23. more »»

Magnolia Steamrolls Silver Knights, 68-22

October 28, 2015 MIDDLEBOURNE — There are holes for a running back to get through and then there are the ones the Magnolia offensive line was making for its backs Friday nigh. more »»



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