The Herald-Dispatch Youth Sports RSS 2015-05-27T12:25:38-04:00 urn:uuid:cb110079-6604-43d4-bf16-c72530e9b5f9 Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported), except where noted. More than 100 teams coming to Open Cup The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-27T00:01:01-04:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>BARBOURSVILLE - More than 100 youth soccer teams are competing this weekend in the West Virginia Soccer Association Open Cup at the Barboursville Soccer Complex.</p> <p></p> Huntington-area teams qualify for soccer regional The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-24T00:01:01-04:00 <p>The Herald-Dispatch</p> <p>HUNTINGTON - State champions are lining up for the US Youth Soccer Region I (East) Championships.</p> <p></p> Our champions The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-21T00:01:01-04:00 <p>Our champions</p> <p>Greyhounds third grade AAU girls basketball coached by Bryan Courts and Reggie Giles won its division at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington, Ky.</p> <p></p> Our champions The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-19T00:01:01-04:00 <p>Submitted photo</p> <p>West Virginia Thunder AAU seventh grade girls basketball coached by Shannon Lewis went 5-0 in the ninth grade division of the GBA Bobcat Classic in Athens, Ohio, and defeated Tri-State Lightning for the championship.</p> <p></p> Our champions The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-17T00:01:01-04:00 <p>Courtesy of Sean Hornbuckle</p> <p>Huntington Heat seventh grade boys basketball was the champion of a Mother's Day invitational tournament in Huntington.</p> <p></p> Our champions The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-16T00:01:01-04:00 <p>Courtesy of Mary Maynard</p> <p>Tri-State Pony Express girls AAU basketball won its division of the Dayton Classic.</p> <p>Team members (left to right): Front row, Dionna Gray, Tomi Hinkle, Jenna Christopher, Riley Allie; Back row, Bre Grieco, coach Chris Gray, Jada Dean-Rogers, Korie Noble, Marianna Patterson.</p> <p></p> Our champions The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-13T00:01:01-04:00 <p>Our champions</p> <p>Alexis Davis represented Meadows Elementary School in the Cabell County Special Olympics at Huntington High School. </p> <p></p> Our champions The Herald-Dispatch 2015-05-12T00:01:01-04:00 <p>Submitted photo</p> <p>Kenna Compton,center, 14, of Huntington set an American record for her class in a U.S. Powerlifting Federation meet. She dead lifted 253.53 points (115 kg) in the SHW Class Women's Junior Division Age 13-15 Raw division.</p> <p></p> Our champions The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-26T00:01:01-04:00 <p>Submitted photo</p> <p>Abby Naegele, a Fairland Middle School eighth grade student, was the all-around gold medalist at the Level 9 Regional Gymnastics Championships held April 18-19 at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa. Naegele took the all-around title with a score of 37.725 that included gold in vault (9.70) and beam (9.50). She qualified to compete May 8-10 at the USAG Women's Junior Olympic Level 9 Eastern National Championships in Kissimmee, Fla. She trains at Bozhi's Gym Nest, 3720 Green Valley Road, Huntington.</p> <p></p> C-K team turns remarkable triple play The Herald-Dispatch 2015-04-15T07:40:29-04:00 <p> KENOVA, W.Va. - The Ceredo-Kenova Little League Cardinals know how to finish a game in style.</p>