Roundup: WJ's Pew named WVC volleyball player of year
Jenna Pew of Wheeling Jesuit has been named the West Virginia Conference volleyball player of the year, while Linda Renzi of Pitt Johnstown earned coach of the year honors.
Malleri Hardison and Victoria Severo of the University of Charleston picked up spots on the All-WVC team. Hardison landed a spot on the second team after leading UC offensively with 335 kills and 305 digs. Severo earned honorable mention with a .318 attack percentage, 243 kills and 82 blocks.
Cameron Lewis earned first-team honors and Alyssa Graboski picked up honorable mention for West Virginia State. (List, Page 2B.)
Surbaugh, the 2012 WVC player of the year, was one of only three conference players selected to the 13-player first team in the Atlantic Region. Bigg became a two-time honoree with her second-straight selection to the second team.
WVU SPORTS: The No. 2-ranked West Virginia University rifle team scored its second win in as many days at No. 4 Alaska-Fairbanks, defeating the Nanooks 4716-4651 Sunday at the E.F. Horton Rifle Range.
The Mountaineers (9-0) were led by senior Petra Zublasing, whose winning smallbore score (593) matched the school record she shares with Nicco Campriani.
C-USA BASKETBALL: Ticket packages for the 2013 Conference USA men's championships March 13-16 at the BOK Center and Tulsa Convention Center are now on sale.
Ten men's games are included in the men's all-session ticket package, with prices starting at $45. Ticket holders for the men's games will have access for the women's championship games at no extra charge. Tickets are available for purchase online at www.BOKCenter.com.
AREA SIGNINGS: Point Pleasant senior Megan Davis has signed a letter of intent to play softball at West Virginia State University. Davis, a three-year starter for the Big Blacks, is planning on majoring in elementary/early childhood education.
AREA TOURNEY: The Gi & No-Gi Double-Elimination martial arts tournament will be held Dec. 1 at Herbert Hoover High School. There will be divisions for children, teens, women, men (18-30-year-olds) and masters (31 and older). For more information or to register, call (304) 549-9370.