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Capital’s boys KO No. 2 Woodrow
Capital’s boys KO No. 2 Woodrow

Aalik “Boobie” Harris scored a game-high 19 points and backcourt mate Leandre’ Rogers chipped in 11 points and a game-high six steals as Class AAA No. 8 Capital defeated No. 2 Woodrow Wilson 76-55 Wednesday night at...

Capital’s boys KO No. 2 Woodrow
Capital’s boys KO No. 2 Woodrow

Aalik “Boobie” Harris scored a game-high 19 points and backcourt mate Leandre’ Rogers chipped in 11 points and a game-high six steals as Class AAA No. 8 Capital defeated No. 2 Woodrow Wilson 76-55 Wednesday night at Capital....

Knapper’s buzzer-beater lifts South Charleston over Huntington

HUNTINGTON — Huntington didn’t make many mistakes in the final minute against South Charleston Wednesday night, but a big one for the Highlanders was leaving six seconds on the clock — enough time for...

Dave Hickman: For WVU basketball, beauty’s in the eye of the beholder
Dave Hickman: For WVU basketball, beauty’s in the eye of the beholder

MORGANTOWN — It’s a torturous exercise watching this West Virginia basketball team play.

Go ahead and admit it. It’s OK. You agree too, right?

Oh, sure, the results are quite satisfying for ...

‘Streaking’ Marshall, Southern Miss clash tonight

Just a week ago, Marshall and Southern Mississippi were sitting deep in the Conference USA standings dungeon, scavenging for a win somewhere.

Tonight, one of them will have a two-game winning streak, for they play each other. The Thundering Herd ...

Prep roundup: SA boys shade Nitro, get first win

Philip Hall knocked down 24 points and Jeffrey Seams 16 Wednesday night as St. Albans secured its first victory of the season by shading neighboring Nitro 55-53 in boys basketball.

The Red Dragons (1-12), who had lost 15 straight over two...

Town hall focus on West Side revitalization

No one person has all the answers when it comes to reducing crime and poverty on the West Side, but the combined efforts of the entire community would make a difference, a longtime West Side business owner told a group of attendees at a town hall...

Roberson shines despite Winfield’s struggles
Roberson shines despite Winfield’s struggles

WINFIELD — Winfield coach Chuck Slater couldn’t imagine a player with a better disposition to handle the plight of the Generals this season than senior Haylea Roberson.

“She encourages other kids ...

MEC basketball: UC seeking big win at Shepherd

After seeing a 12-point deficit melt away in a loss to Fairmont State, the University of Charleston pays a price of sorts in making the cross-state haul to Shepherd today.

It’s a big game at 7:30 tonight for the Golden Eagles, but then...

Wilson flips, commits to WVU

It took a couple of days to become official, but West Virginia picked up its second commitment from this past weekend’s visitors Wednesday morning when Coral Gables (Fla.) wide receiver Shaquery Wilson officially flipped his verbal commitment...

Area roundup: Huntington Prep’s Bryant named McDonald’s All-American

Thomas Bryant of Huntington St. Joseph Prep was selected to the 2015 McDonald’s All-American boys East team Wednesday.

The 38th national high school all-star game tips off at 9 p.m. on April 1 inside Chicago’s United Center and...

After CHS rape arrest, delay questioned

A Capital High School student who allegedly was raped at the school on Monday didn’t have a forensic exam until the next day because school officials didn’t notify police until then — a delay that possibly made it more difficult...

Renee Montgomery traded to Seattle Storm
Renee Montgomery traded to Seattle Storm

Renee Montgomery is headed west.

The former South Charleston standout was traded from the Connecticut Sun, along with the Sun’s third and 15th picks in the upcoming WNBA draft, to the Seattle Storm for Camille Little and Shekinna...

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