MU SPORTS: Marshall's baseball staff will conduct its High School Skills Camp on Jan. 27 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Gullickson Hall gymnasium and is open to any and all interested participants ages 14-18.
Entry fee is $75 per camper. Questions regarding the camp can be directed to Tyler Gatrell at (304) 972-7670.
Any person who purchases an $18 general admission ticket to the ECU game will receive a complimentary general admission ticket for Marshall's next home game, Jan. 30 against SMU, but only if the Herd wins.
The ticket can be redeemed for a free GA ticket for every home game until the Herd loses at home.
Also, present your ticket to the ECU game at the Marshall Recreation Center and receive a free one-day guest pass - valid Jan. 20 through Feb. 3.
The 12-person team will be voted for online through HerdZone.com.
Voting will last for five days until Friday at 5 p.m. One catcher, four infielders, three outfielders, two utility/designated players and two pitchers will be selected.
Those chosen will be announced at the Diamond Club Dinner on Jan. 25 at the Marshall Foundation Hall.
GIRLS BASKETBALL: Greenbrier East, Westside and St. Joseph remained atop their respective classes Monday in the state coaches association polls.
Greenbrier East, the defending state champion, was No. 1 in Class AAA followed by University, John Marshall, Morgantown and Spring Valley.
In AA, defending titlist Westside is No. 1 followed by Nicholas County, Bridgeport, Clay County and Summers County.
St. Joseph, the four-time defending state champion, was No. 1 in Class A followed by Wheeling Central, St. Marys, Clay-Battelle and Parkersburg Catholic.
ALL-STAR BASKETBALL: The 12th Annual Battle Against Cystic Fibrosis All-Star Basketball Classic will be held April 5 beginning at 5:45 p.m. at Parkersburg South High School.
The game pits senior boys and girls from the Mid-Ohio Valley in an Ohio vs. West Virginia game format.
Anyone wishing to nominate a player to participate in the game can contact Bill Camp at (304) 483-8922.
SC BOOSTERS: The next meeting of the South Charleston High School Athletic Boosters will be Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the library at South Charleston High School.
The Black Eagle Boosters organization seeks volunteers to help with organizing and conducting events that support the school's athletic programs and enhance the experiences of the school's student athletes.