HUNTINGTON - Hurricane High School softball hitting and pitching star Courtney Rogers was chosen as the Mountain State Athletic Conference player of the year.
HUNTINGTON - Trace Dempsey needed a cure for draftitis, the dreaded fictional disease that so often afflicts college and high school baseball players in their first year of draft eligibility.
Spring sports season has been a good one at Wheelersburg High School.
In baseball, the Pirates are in Columbus this week for the Ohio Division III State Tournament at Huntington Park, home of the Columbus Clippers of the Class AAA International League. In softball, the Pirates, ranked No. 1 in the state, are off to Akron this week for the Ohio Division III State Tournament at Firestone Stadium.
COLUMBUS - Fairland High School boys tennis player Jason Prince lost Friday in the first round of the Ohio High School State Tennis Tournament at the Ohio State Varsity Outdoor Tennis Courts.
Cabell Midland High School junior Adam Whitmore was recognized as a High School Academic All-American for the 2014-15 school year by the National High School Coaches Association.
ONA - All is fair in love, war and college football recruiting.
Cabell Midland High School defensive end Reese Donahue, a rising senior, committed in February to play at West Virginia University. That hasn't prevented other programs from continuing to recruit the 6-foot-5, 245-pound Class AAA all-state player.
HUNTINGTON - With the way Anthony Brunetti hit for the University of Charleston baseball team this season, the Golden Eagles likely are thrilled to have his brother Jack join the lineup next year.
LANCASTER, Ohio - Portsmouth West defeated South Point, 2-0, Thursday in the Division III, Region 11 high school softball semifinals at Lancaster High School.
LOGAN, W.Va. - Logan High School catcher/pitcher Zach Minnick was named the 2015 West Virginia Gatorade baseball player of the year Thursday.
VIENNA, W.Va. - For Hurricane High School's softball team Thursday's finish was much sweeter than the start.
After an error-filled start to Class AAA championship game at Jackson Park, the Redskins dominated the final six innings of a 6-2 win over South Charleston.