No. 1 Kentucky made it look so easy that coach John Calipari felt the need to point out he had actual human beings on the court.
CHARLESTON — Norrisha Victrum and Leah Scott know what Marshall University needs to correct by Monday when the Thundering Herd takes on Brescia University in women’s basketball at 1 p.m. at the Henderson Center in Huntington.
Ohio State has played two ranked teams and lost each time. Coach Thad Matta thinks that’s a good reminder of how far the Buckeyes have to go.
Oliver Luck is ready to embark on another rebuilding project.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia University used big runs in the first half and second half Saturday to finally put away Marshall University, 69-56, on the women’s basketball side of the Capital Classic in front of 2,421 fans in the Charleston Civic Center.
A Point Pleasant High School boys basketball fan’s voice dripped of dejection Saturday night in the fourth quarter of the Big Blacks’ boys basketball game with Huntington High.
“They don’t lose much when they bring in their second team,” the fan said.
JONESBORO, Ark. — The Marshall men’s basketball team lost to Arkansas State 67-58 Saturday afternoon.
Kathy Caldwell recovered from a nasty spill and is back spilling pins at a rate that’s made her a Huntington USBC Women’s All-City Bowling Team member many times over.
BOCA RATON, Fla. — The days of seeing Marshall University quarterback Rakeem Cato in a No. 12 jersey are officially done.
South Charleston High School quarterback Kentre Grier was the runaway choice for the inaugural J.R. House Award, given to the state’s top quarterback by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.