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Tyler Boys Lack Experience

November 27, 2015 By TRACY WATSON KIDWELL — Unusual is a good word to describe the situation facing the boys’ basketball program at Tyler Consolidated this season. more »»

Tyler Girls Look to Turn Corner

November 27, 2015 By TRACY WATSON KIDWELL — Having lost a pair of all-state players the previous year in Sophie Kinnard and Sydney Reed, Tyler Consolidated struggled to a four-victory season in 2015, the first under... more »»

Challenging Schedule for Paden City

November 27, 2015 By KYLE LUTZ PADEN CITY — Paden City boys’ basketball coach Fred King said last year was a rewarding experience for his squad. more »»

Miller, Wildcats Will Be Extremely Young

November 27, 2015 By KYLE LUTZ PADEN CITY — In his first season as coach for the Paden City girls’ basketball team, Alan Miller and his team had to overcome some minor obstacles as a young tea. more »»

Magnolia Girls Have Athletes All Over

November 27, 2015 By JAKE FLATLEY NEW MARTINSVILLE — To be the best you have to beat the best, and for the Magnolia girls’ basketball team that is what it is going to have to do if it wants to accomplish its goals, a... more »»

Seminoles Young, Inexperienced

November 27, 2015 By RICK THORP WOODSFIELD — Scooter Tolzda has been around the game of basketball long enough to know that every season presents its own set of circumstances, its own dynamic. more »»

Boswell, Blue Eagles Primed for Repeat

November 27, 2015 By JAKE FLATLEY NEW MARTINSVILLE — Last season was a magical one for the Magnolia boys’ basketball team, finishing at 23-5 and winning a Class A state championship with a victory against Wheeling... more »»

Farrier Takes the Helm at Bellaire

November 27, 2015 By SETH STASKEY BELLAIRE — As John Farrier prepares for his first season at the helm of the Bellaire girls’ basketball program, he’s readying himself for a little bit of everything. more »»

Monroe Girls Will Be Better

November 27, 2015 By RICK THORP WOODSFIELD — As Troy Baker headed to the bench to begin his 15th season as head coach of the Monroe Central girls’ basketball team, he had lots of reasons to believe the Seminoles will... more »»

Battista Trying to Put Pieces Together

November 27, 2015 By SETH STASKEY BELLAIRE — The pieces are there for success. For J.R. Battista it’s a matter of putting the puzzle together. more »»

Wells Begins Year 2 at Oak Glen

November 27, 2015 By MIKE MATHISON NEW MANCHESTER — Year 2 is less hectic for Oak Glen girls basketball coach Ryan Wells. more »»

Stead Takes Over at Weir

November 27, 2015 By MIKE MATHISON WEIRTON — Numbers are up for first-year Weir High head coach Rick Stead with 22. “We will, once again, be able to play a freshman girls schedule this season,” Stead said. more »»

Bears Look to Build on Success

November 27, 2015 By MIKE MATHISON NEW MANCHESTER — Jerry Everly fit quite nicely into the role of the Oak Glen boys basketball coach a year ago. more »»

Moses Expected To Be Key for Wildcats

November 27, 2015 By MIKE MATHISON RICHMOND — Edison boys basketball coach Nate Moses has some big shoes to fill as a large part of last year’s offense graduated in Erik Lee, Skyler Wilkin and Austin Hyndma. more »»

Major Questions for Granato

November 27, 2015 By MIKE MATHISON WEIRTON — Head coach Mike Granato had some major questions for his Red Riders boys basketball team as practice began Nov. 16 and those may not be answered for some time. more »»

Edison Has Five Returning Letterwinners

November 27, 2015 By MIKE MATHISON RICHMOND — Head coach Ryan Powell is in his first season as the Edison girls basketball coach. Powell was the Conotton Valley boys coach the past two seasons. more »»

Romick Says Football Team Success Helps

November 27, 2015 By KIM NORTH HANNIBAL — Mark Romick isn’t like some high school basketball coaches. He actually likes it when the football season runs into his time of the year. more »»

Ferns Set To Report for Duty

November 24, 2015 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Brendan Ferns has known for quite some time — since last February to be exact — that he had been chosen for the annual U.S. Army All-American Bow. more »»

Ohio All-Stars Defeat West Virginia

November 23, 2015 By AARON PETCHAL For The Intelligencer STEUBENVILLE —Ohio rolled to a victory at Big Red. more »»

Bellaire Should Look In-House to Fill Football Void

November 23, 2015 The word on the streets of the All-American Town is that Bellaire High is in the market for a new head football coach. more »»

 
 
 

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