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No. 7 Scott downs No. 10 Sissonville 63-49

Length and experience are two factors that can be tough to overcome, and when bad shooting is mixed in, the mountain gets even taller.

Host Sissonville succumbed to all three on Friday night.

Class AA No. 7 Scott used a trapping zone...

No. 7 Scott downs No. 10 Sissonville 63-49

Length and experience are two factors that can be tough to overcome, and when bad shooting is mixed in, the mountain gets even taller.

Host Sissonville succumbed to all three on Friday night.

Class AA No. 7 Scott used a trapping zone...

Huggins: Texas Tech no pushover
Huggins: Texas Tech no pushover

MORGANTOWN — When Bob Huggins is asked to compare the Big 12 to some of the other conferences he’s been a part of over the years — and to most leagues, for that matter — the conversation usually ...

SSAC’s Ray will retire next January
SSAC’s Ray will retire next January

The state Secondary School Activities Commission is looking for another leader.

Gary Ray, the executive director of the state’s governing body for high school and middle school sports, has decided to step down from his position next...

3 in a row won’t be easy for Herd

In this long, hard season, Marshall is in as good a shape as it has been to take on a Conference USA leader. It may not be near enough to take down Louisiana Tech, though.

The Thundering Herd, on a modest but welcome two-game winning streak,...

WVU Tech to face Rio Grande in Huntington

WVU Tech will get one more nonconference matchup with Rio Grande before the two become league foes next year.

The Golden Bears will take on the Red Storm tonight as part of the Huntington Invitational at the Big Sandy Arena. Tipoff is scheduled ...

Parkersburg threatens GW’s reign in MSAC swimming

Over 250 swimmers from 11 schools are expected to flock today to the University of Charleston natatorium to compete in the Mountain State Athletic Conference swimming championship, hosted by HYCAT and George Washington High School.

With several...

Residents warned about tax refund email scam

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning West Virginia taxpayers to be aware of an email scam claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service.

Morrisey said with tax season in full swing, scammers are busy trying...

Md. man guilty in stabbing death of WVU student

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A Maryland man has been convicted in the stabbing death of a 19-year-old West Virginia University student.

A Monongalia County Circuit Court jury found Robert Hernandez Jr., of...

Area organizations name board members

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Two Charleston-area organizations have appointed new board members.

The Foundation for the Thomas Memorial and Saint Francis Hospitals’ new board members are L.J. Fairless, Jarrod Furgason, Mark Robinson and...

Names in the games: UTEP coach reprimanded; MEC baseball poll; Capital’s Dorian Etheridge

Coach reprimanded by Conference USA

Texas-El Paso assistant coach Phil Johnson received a letter of reprimand from Conference USA for throwing a folded up sheet of paper on the floor during the Miners’ game at Marshall last week....

A hazy shade of winter (photos)
A hazy shade of winter (photos)

Green Bank Telescope produces images of passing asteroid and its tiny moon
Green Bank Telescope produces images of passing asteroid and its tiny moon

Images of a 70-meter moon orbiting an asteroid measuring 300 meters across as it passed 745,000 miles from Earth were recorded earlier this week by astronomers using the Green Bank Telescope, in Pocahontas County, and NASA’s Deep Space Network...

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