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Funerals for: April 18, 2015

Bosely, Glenna 1 p.m., Stockert


Bradley, Mary 11 a.m., Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, Charleston.


Brown, John 2 p.m., Groves Funeral Home Chapel, Union.

Carol Eich
Carol Eich

Carol Crumrine Eich of Charleston, West Virginia and St. Petersburg, Florida entered into eternal rest April 14, 2015.

Born in Wadsworth, Ohio, June 7, 1939 on her father's birthday. The first child of Robert Charles and Ida Zepp Crumrine. She...

Panger aiming to break through in senior season
Panger aiming to break through in senior season

After years of clicking off fast times in the shadows, a certain Capital distance runner hopes to finally turn Laidley Field into “Peyton’s place” at this year’s state meet.

It certainly was on Friday.

Peyton...

Ed Carter Memorial: Park’s Grove in the groove vs. Hurricane
Ed Carter Memorial: Park’s Grove in the groove vs. Hurricane

Whenever you can put a pitcher like Michael Grove on the mound, the opponent, the location or the circumstances don’t really matter. You’re still going to be in the game.

And so it was for Wheeling Park Friday afternoon, as Grove...

Mountaineers work out today at Greenbrier
Mountaineers work out today at Greenbrier

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia’s football team takes its spring practice road show to The Greenbrier today.

Actually, the Mountaineers are making a whole weekend of it in conjunction with the...

Confident Carter embraces challenge for Herd
Confident Carter embraces challenge for Herd

HUNTINGTON — Safety Cody Carter sort of knew what he was in for when he walked on to Marshall’s football team after a season at the University of Charleston.

And if he didn’t, his position...

UC cruises into MEC men’s tennis semifinals

To put the University of Charleston’s tennis rout of Fairmont State in proper perspective, consider this: James Gammel’s 6-0, 6-1 win technically didn’t count in the team total.

Why was that so? It was because Gammel,...

Power rally not enough to knock off Legends

LEXINGTON, Ky. —The Lexington Legends dispatched the West Virginia Power 6-3 Friday night at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.

West Virginia tied the game with a three-run rally in the top of the eighth, but the...

Prep roundup: Nitro softball tops St. Albans

Nitro plated three runs in the third inning and tacked on three more in the fourth as it blanked host St. Albans 6-0 Friday in high school softball.

Nicole Brown went 3 for 4 with a triple and four RBIs, Sydney Abbott added two hits and Shelby...

Area roundup: Forsythe wins first stop on Wendy’s Amateur Tour

Alasdair Forsythe of Elkins shot a 1-under-par 71 to take the low round of the day as the Wendy’s Amateur Golf Tour kicked off Friday at Stonewall Resort in Roanoke.

Hurricane’s Michael Foust placed second with a 72 and...

High school softball linescores, etc. — April 17

SOFTBALL

Best of the Best Classic

At Buffalo

Class AAA

Friday’s results

Lincoln County 9, Logan 1; Hurricane 10, Parkersburg South 0; Point Pleasant 3, Winfield 0; Lincoln County 14, Parkersburg South 3; Cabell...

Prep baseball linescores — April 17

HIGH SCHOOL

Ed Carter Memorial Tournament

Today’s games

At St. Albans

Noon — George Washington vs. Parkersburg South

3 p.m. — St. Albans vs. Wheeling Park

6 p.m. — Hurricane vs....

High school track & field — April 17

Semper Fi Classic

At Laidley Field

Friday’s results

Boys

Team results

1. Hurricane 119; 2. Winfield 98; 3. Capital 67; 4. George Washington 64; 5. Ripley 60; 6. Shady Spring 35; 7. PikeView 34 1/3; 8. Scott...

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