Nitro's Kathy Barr will be recognized as coach of the year during the competition. Cost is $8 for adults and $7 for students.
WVU RIFLE: Following a three-week stay at No. 2, the West Virginia rifle team has reclaimed the No. 1 ranking in Tuesday's Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association poll.
The Mountaineers' (9-0) ranking is based on their team average of 4716.0. TCU dropped to No. 2, while Kentucky held steady at No. 3. WVU, along with the Horned Frogs and the Wildcats, have combined to win the last four NCAA titles, with TCU claiming its second championship in three seasons in 2012.
WVSU SOFTBALL: West Virginia State University announced the signing of seven players, including St. Albans standout Ali Haynes and Point Pleasant's Megan Davis.
Haynes, a first-team all-state pick, struck out 115 in 119 innings, posted a 1.18 earned run average and hit for a .368 average last season. Davis is an infielder-outfielder who hit .367 last season.
HAYDEN DRAFTED: The Panama City (Fla.) Breeze of the newly formed American Basketball League has drafted former WVU Tech men's basketball standout Eddie Hayden.
Hayden was the fourth pick in the second round of the draft. He led WVU Tech in rebounding (7.9 per game) and was second in scoring (14.7 per game) during the 2011-2012 season as the Golden Bears won the Mid-South Conference regular-season championship.