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Pilots Root Blue Eagles and Move To 3-1 on Season

The Magnolia Blue Eagles made the short trek across the river on Friday September 18, to Martin Flannery Field to battle the 2-1 River Pilots. Throw out the records when these two rivals play with only the Ohio River separating the teams. Over the years there has been many good games, and ...

Third Annual Ohio Valley Girl’s Golf Tournament

Magnolia’s Faith Yoho shot a 96, one shot from earning All-Tourney honors in her first appearance in the 3rd annual OV Girls Golf Tournament Sept. 16 in the Individual Competition at the Sardis Fairway River Links. John Marshall placed first in the team division with a 384, while the River ...

The Press Box For September 23

Tyler Consolidated picked up it’s second straight win of the season after an opening season loss to powerhouse Doddridge County. The Silver Knights came up big for the second week in a row getting the win over Calhoun County 42-6. The Knights will host Wirt County who put up 76 points this ...

Paden City ‘11’ Go Down Fighting In Season Finale

Friday night September 11, was an emotional night as the Wildcats ended their season after just two games due to low numbers. The Cats only had 11 players, but the boys gave all they had in their last effort of the season. The community rallied behind these fine young men by surrounding the ...

Shadyside Thumps Magnolia, 50-20

SHADYSIDE — Coming off two tough losses to Martins Ferry and Bellaire to begin the season, Shadyside was due for a break-out performance. And the Tigers delivered in a big way. Using an extremely balanced offense, Shadyside rang up 432 yards and its first unit scored on every possession ...

The Press Box For September 16

The much anticipated 2020 high school football season has ended disappointedly for the Paden City Wildcats. After starting the season with only 13 players the Wildcats found themselves down to 11 heading into their second game this past Friday at home vs Van. The decision to cut the season ...

Athletes of The Week

Athlete of the Week for Sept. 9 is the Lumberjacks Gavin Streets. Gavin ran for 221-yards and 3-touchdowns, while passing for 21-yards on 2-completions in their win over Calhoun. Defensively, Streets registered 5-tackles and had an interception. On special team play, he added 50-yards on ...

NM Junior Baseball Softball Inc. Sign Lease Agreement

The area formerly known as Cass Fields located in the Brooklyn section of New Martinsville, will now be recognized as Nathan Hassig Memorial Drive and the fields will be leased to the New Martinsville Junior Baseball Softball, Incorporated (NMJBS, INC.) The league which operates as a non-profit ...

Wildcats Down Clay Battelle In Three Straight Sets

Hope Weber helped Paden City sweep Clay-Battelle as she had 13 kills, nine points, 10 assists and three aces. Mallory Yeater added 19 assists and slammed eight kills, she added six points and four digs. McKenzie Thomas helped out with six points, one ace, one kill, one assist, and seven ...

Magnolia Blue Eagles Drop Opener To Ritchie County Rebels

The season opener for the Magnolia Blue Eagles and the Ritchie County Rebels at Alumni Field Bill Stewart Memorial Stadium on Friday September 4th., was an early season matchup of two Class A teams. It was the Gus Morrison show for the Rebels in a shutout of the Blue Eagles 26 to 0. The ...