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Roundup: Hurricane, Catholic boys No. 1 in state soccer rankings

Hurricane and Charleston Catholic remained undefeated and No. 1 in Class AAA and AA-A boys  high school state coaches association rankings, respectively, Monday. Unbeaten Morgantown retained the top spot in AAA girls while Bridgeport moved up to No. 1 in AA-A.

Hurricane (10-0) was second followed by Parkersburg, Winfield, Huntington and Martinsburg in the AAA boys rankings. In AA-A, Catholic (11-0) was followed by East Fairmont, Weir, Williamstown and Ravenswood.

Hurricane (9-0) was second in AAA girls followed by Winfield (8-0-1), Buckhannon-Upshur and George Washington. In AA-A, Sissonville was second followed by Grafton, Charleston Catholic, last week's No. 1 team, and Wheeling Central.

  • RIVERSIDE 5, HOOVER 1: Cameron Norris tallied three goals to pace the host Warriors past Herbert Hoover. Paul Goode and David Holstine chipped in one goal apiece for Riverside (3-6). Troy Silber tallied for the AA-A No. 19 Huskies (3-7-1).
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  • LOCAL VOLLEYBALL: The Charleston Civic Center High School Volleyball Showcase runs today through Thursday at the Charleston Civic Center with all matches beginning at 6 p.m. on four different courts. Local teams participating include Riverside, Capital, South Charleston, St. Albans, Herbert Hoover, Charleston Catholic, Nitro, George Washington, Winfield and Sissonville.

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  • WVU SPORTS: West Virginia will hold its 22nd annual Sports Hall of Fame induction on Saturday prior to the WVU-Maryland football game.

    Induction ceremonies will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Caperton Indoor Practice Facility. The public is invited to attend and the event is free of charge.

    The 2012 class includes Katie Barnes (women's soccer), Dan Cavanaugh (swimming), Ben Dunkerley (football), Bo Orlando (football), Ed Pastilong (administration/football), Lee Patrone (basketball) and Maurice Robinson (basketball).

  • A limited number of tickets for the Oct. 6 game at Texas are available for purchase by WVU football season ticket holders. Orders will be limited to two tickets per season ticket account. Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-WVU GAME or in person at the Mountaineer Ticket Office in the WVU Coliseum. Tickets are not available on-line.
  • The Big 12 has announced that the Sept. 29 contest between West Virginia and Baylor at Milan Puskar Stadium will be aired on FX at noon.
  • West Virginia outside hitter Nikki Attea has been named Big 12 volleyball rookie of the week. Attea was named MVP of the Gold and Blue Classic last weekend
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  • MU SPORTS: Freshman midfielder Jack Hopkins scored in the eighth minute of overtime to lead the Thundering Herd to a 1-0 win over Radford, handing Marshall its fifth straight road win.

  • Marshall volleyball's Dorothy Rahal earned Conference USA defensive player of the week honors after leading the team to a 4-0 week and a tournament championship at the East Carolina Pirate Invitational.
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  • WVC HONORS: West Virginia State's Cameron Lewis has earned West Virginia Conference player of the week honors in volleyball, helping the Yellow Jackets to a 1-1 record on the week.

  • James Pucci of Davis & Elkins was named conference men's soccer player of the week after he registered two goals and an assist last week to help the Senators go 2-0.
  • West Liberty's Paige Petroval has been tabbed with conference women's soccer player of the week after netting two goals to help the Hilltoppers to a 1-1 record last week.
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  • LOCAL GOLF: Parkersburg Country Club won this year's West Virginia Club Team Championship Sunday, where the group of four amateur golfers defeated the host team in a sudden-death playoff at Twisted Gun Golf course in Wharncliffe. The winning team consisted of Scott Davidson, Scott Bibbee, Mike Koreski, Mike Lewis and Brian McPherson.

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  • UC GOLF: The University of Charleston women's team grabbed its first head-to-head victory in team history, beating Glenville State 327-374 Monday at Big Bend Golf Course. Freshman Kelli Garrett led the way for the Golden Eagles by firing a round of 74.

     


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