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Prep soccer preview, Kanawha County: GW boys, Sissonville girls ready to defend state titles
Prep soccer preview, Kanawha County: GW boys, Sissonville girls ready to defend state titles

This is the first in a two-part series previewing Kanawha and Putnam County high school soccer teams. Today’s installment takes a look at Kanawha County.

By Tommy R. Atkinson

Staff writer

George Washington and...

Prep soccer preview, Kanawha County: GW boys, Sissonville girls ready to defend state titles
Prep soccer preview, Kanawha County: GW boys, Sissonville girls ready to defend state titles

This is the first in a two-part series previewing Kanawha and Putnam County high school soccer teams. Today’s installment takes a look at Kanawha County.

By Tommy R. Atkinson

Staff writer

George Washington and...

Dave Hickman: Calicchio grows into his role on WVU line

MORGANTOWN — When Dana Holgorsen refers to Mike Calicchio as a giant of a man, he hits the nail pretty much on the head.

At 6-foot-9 and 315 pounds, that’s exactly what West Virginia’s fifth-year ...

Marshall football: Frohnapfels separated but still tight

HUNTINGTON — The time has come for the brothers Frohnapfel to become leaders of their football team. They will do so at two different campuses, but they will lead nonetheless.

At Massachusetts, Blake...

State safety faced uncertain times before becoming leader
State safety faced uncertain times before becoming leader

If West Virginia State safety Will Merritt played a bit like a man possessed last season, it’s because he had already faced the possibility of not playing at all.

The junior out of Cincinnati played as a freshman under former coach Earl...

Freshman tackle gets OK to enroll at WVU

Freshman offensive tackle Dontae Angus has been approved by the NCAA to enroll at West Virginia and has been cleared to practice, school officials confirmed Wednesday.

The 6-foot-6, 330-pounder from Philadelphia was on WVU’s camp roster,...

Alabama’s Cooper hopes for big rebound
Alabama’s Cooper hopes for big rebound

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Amari Cooper isn’t ready to declare his Alabama career a success just yet.

The second-ranked Crimson Tide star is one of the nation’s top wide receivers and a highly regarded NFL prospect, but he’s...

Names in the games: Nick Swisher, Tony Stewart, Curt Schilling

Indians’ Nick Swisher done for season

Indians first baseman Nick Swisher is having arthroscopic surgery on both knees and is done for the season.

The club said the former Parkersburg High standout will need 8 to 10 weeks to recover...

Area roundup: Wesleyan picked to repeat in MEC women’s cross country

West Virginia Wesleyan has been picked to repeat as Mountain East Conference champions in women’s cross country in a poll conducted by the league’s coaches. The Bobcats finished with a maximum 100 points and 10 first-place ballots....

3 triples help Power down Lakewood

The West Virginia Power recorded three triples in a game for the first time since 2010 and defeated the Lakewood BlueClaws 5-1 Wednesday night at Appalachian Power Park.

Reese McGuire, Edwin Espinal and Erich Weiss delivered the three-baggers....

Charges against son of W.Va. Supreme Court justice dismissed

Prosecutors on Wednesday dropped malicious-wounding charges against the son of West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman — but police say they stand by their report that led to charges being filed....

Tyler Childers plays solo showcase in Huntington Friday
Tyler Childers plays solo showcase in Huntington Friday

Working his way from the backroads of Kentucky to a club near you, Americana singer/songwriter Tyler Childers is making a name for himself with his thoughtful songwriting and earnest delivery that has been compared to everyone from Sturgill Simpson to ...

Testimony ends in Kanawha State Forest-area surface mine review
Testimony ends in Kanawha State Forest-area surface mine review

Testimony ended Wednesday in a hearing to decide whether to revoke a permit for the Keystone Development No. 2 surface mine adjacent to Kanawha State Forest, but it is expected to take a month or more until the West Virginia Surface Mine Board rules...

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