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Area roundup: State women pick up win at Wilberforce

Four players scored in double figures as West Virginia State took a break from West Virginia Conference play and won 69-48 at Wilberforce (Ohio) Tuesday in women's college basketball.

Jordan Brock led the Yellow Jackets (9-11) with 18 points while Kashauna Cook, Jasmine Blanton and Asia Greenleaf all scored 12 points.

Brittany Thomas led Wilberforce (5-20) 16 points.

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  • CHAOS SOCCER: The West Virginia Chaos, coming off a third-place Premier Development League South Atlantic Division finish in 2012, announced its 2013 schedule, including seven home games at Schoenbaum Stadium.

    The Chaos, playing its 11th season of soccer in Charleston, will open its season May 18 on the road at Southern West Virginia King's Warriors (the first of the three-game West Virginia Coal Cup series between the two clubs) before consecutive home dates on May 23, May 28, May 31 and June 1.

    The club also announced March 9 and April 27 as tryout dates (with a $30 pre-registration fee) and a camp the week of April 1-5 with a cost of $160.

    The club is also looking for host families to house players coming to Charleston to play for the Chaos.

    For more information about hosting a player, the tryouts or the camp, contact Dan Rollins at drollin2@csc.com or by phone at 304-552-1653.

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  • WVC HOOPS: The Glenville State women's basketball team climbed to No. 17 in the USA Today Sports Division 2 Top 25 women's basketball poll. The Pioneers (19-2, 14-1 West Virginia Conference) have won 13 consecutive games and lead Division II with 97 points per game.

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  • ORCUTT TO GLENVILLE: Dominic Orcutt, an offensive lineman and nose tackle from South Charleston, will sign with the football program at Glenville State at 2 p.m. Thursday at the high school.

    The 6-foot-3, 285-pound Orcutt was selected as a first-team offensive lineman on the All-Mountain State Athletic Conference squad as a senior and was a second-team choice on the Class AAA all-state team.

     

     

     


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