Courtesy of Angela Wireman
Fairland sophomore Raine Wireman and junior Tanner Mattie advance to the state track meet in Columbus on June 4. Raine ran a 1:59.43 in the 800m and Tanner ran a 9:55.72 in the 3200m in the Byesville regional meet on May 28 to qualify.
Courtesy of Jennifer Rebecca Smith
Milton girls (A-1 Wrecker) won the 2011 Ghiz tournament.
Courtesy of Emily Hinchman
Vinson 7/8 year old allstars- CK tournament Champions. Jacob Maynard, Jacob Wood, Elijah Adkins, Wes Hill, Logan Maynard, Joseph Daughtery, Adikus Sperry, Elijah Dixon, Hank Hinchman, Chase Ellis, Jaden Daniels. Coached by Larry Dixon, Jeremy Ellis, Drew Hinchman.
Courtesy of John Bumgarner
The minor league champions in Hurricane Little League. Front Row: Eli Savilla, Austin Casey, Cole Bumgarner, Gavin Bell and Garrett Green. Second Row: Luke Pauley, JC Casey, JT Cooper, Jack Pennington and Ben Altizer. Manager John Bumgarner. Coaches: Kevin Bell, Mark Pennington and Donald Pauley.
Courtesy of Velma Workman
Levi Dyer hits the ball. Cubs T-Ball, Lavalette Little League
Courtesy of Velma Workman
Clayton Dyer, Cubs T-Ball, Lavalette Little League.
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The Heat 2011 Hurricane Amateur Basketball League Grade 7th-9th grade Champions. Back row: Coach Mark Meadows, Jake Kennedy, Christian Hanneman, Loran Meadows, Cody Sanders. Front row: John Fisher, Jacob Tincher, Jozi Morrison.
Courtesy of Tammy Hudnall
Hurricane Little League 7 year All Stars Hurricane 7 year old All Stars defeated St Albans 11-6 in the WV District 3 All Star tournament. Front row: Ethan Spolarich, Chase Hager, Josh Kidd, Trenton Lavenski, Bryson Rigney. Second row: Wyatt Beane, Trig Browning, Cameron Hudnall, Brogan Brown, Gabe Williams, Trenton Short. Back row: Coach Matt Brown, Coach John Browning, manager Wayne Hudnall, Coach Todd Rigney.
Courtesy of Amy Adkins
Fabric Town Interiors were regular season and league tournament champs for Minor Girls softball in Barboursville Little League. Front row: Bailey Graves, Sydney Adkins, Harper Haney, Carleigh Cooper. Back row, Coach Wayne Vaughn, Kate Jones, Ally Gibson, Gabbi Carter, Kalee Powell, Brooke Vaughn, Manager Shane Carter and coach Paul Gibson. Missing from photo, Hannah Brumfield.
Courtesy of Teresa Staten
WV Panthers 8th Grade- AAU Girls Basketball Division 1 State Champions. Front: Taylor Staten, Kelsey Riley, Chelsea Woodson, Alexis Robinson, K�Lee McClurg. Back: coach Chris Staten, Madison Morris, Dashia Foster, coach Bruce Morris, Kelsey Garcia, Hope Lester, coach Matt Robinson. April 30 � May 1st 2011 - The WV Panthers brought home the gold medal by defeating the WV Breakers in the Championship game of the Girls Basketball AAU Division 1 State Championship in Charleston. The Panthers were undefeated in the tournament, and this is their fourth consecutive win since the team was created in 2008. The WV Panthers will now head to Orlando in July, to compete in the AAU Girls Basketball Division 1 National Championship Tournament, in which they will take with them their 11th seed, which the Panthers won in the 2010 Nationals in Minnesota.
Courtesy of Renee Hunt
Wayne Little League Champions 2011 Timber Rattlers
Courtesy of Sarah Conley
The U17 Girls Eastern Kentucky Futbol Club Girls Soccer Team from Ashland, Ky.
This team participated in the Silver Division of the Kentucky Select Soccer League during this Spring 2011 season and finished with a 6-2-2 record and ended the season as Division Champions. This team is made up of girls from nine local high schools and is coached by Coach Stos Hall and Sean Purdue. Front row: Madison Hardin (Rowan County); Emma Wonn (Ashland); Micaela Bush (Pikeville); Caitlin Conley (Boyd County); Elaine Gore (South Point); Ali Ball (Greenup County); Kelly Heishman (Ashland). Back Row: Ferin Neff (Huntington St. Joe); Amy Roe (Rowan County); Haley Devaney (Rowan County); Madison Tackett (Russell); Megan Burgess (Russell); Ashley Huffine (Russell); Jalyn Forsythe (Russell); Kady Chaffin (East Carter); Kodie Patrick (Russell).
Courtesy of Lexi Cook
WV Drive 8th grade girls basketball wins championship defeating WV Breakers 46-35 at the GBA Huntington Class at Marshall University. Front row: Kendell McNeely, Cassidy Lemons, Caitlin Stone, Allie McGraw. 2nd row: Coach Brent Lemons, Sarah Kelley, Lacy Johnson, Maggie Parrish, Kelsey Curry, Jordan Ratcliffe, Sydnee Hall, Coach Barry Cook.
Courtesy of Angie Whitmore
TNT EXPLOSION U8. Back Row: Abigail Smith, Brianna McCown, Macey Wagner, Bethany Hunley. Middle: Laney Whitmore, Genevieve Potter, Maddie Kingery. Front Row: Morgan Burdette, Kalissa Lacy, Shania Kennedy.
Courtesy of April Mink
Bottom row, Cintry Johnson, Olivia Echols, Claire Miller, Rachel Burnsworth, Taylor Walroth, Taylor Mink, Carly Miller. Top row: Emma Harrison, Autumn Griggs, Carley Cunningham, Mary Lawman, Lake Porter, Megan Russell, Madi Thomas, Cami Frye, Kaylee Witters, Brian Shields. WVSC United Elite U12 State Champions. Conratulations to our WVSC United Elite girls for winning the State Championship in Beckley on May 22! This group of girls will go to Lancaster, Pa., from June 30th - July 5th to represent WV in the US Region I Championships.
Courtesy of Kenda Campbell
Nathan Campbell of Proctorville, Ohio, Sean Paulus of Coal Grove, Ohio, Dakota Leonard of Huntington and Dikembe Dixson of Huntington won the 15 - 16 year old division of Gus Macker 3 on 3 basketball tournament in Lancaster, Ohio. All four boys play traveling basketball for J.B. Bowen's eighth grade Pony Express team.
Courtesy of Lexi Cook
WV Drive 7th grade girls basketball wins championship defeating R.U.C.K.U.S. Elite in the GBA Huntington Classic at Marshall University. Front row: Summer Stephenson, Karlee Alderman. Second row: Kaylee Curry, Erica Mathis, Dazha Congleton, Nae-Nae Bohanna, Haley Haggerty.
Courtesy of Ron Smith
Celtics 2011 Hurricane Amateur Basketball League Grade 10th-12th Champions. Back row: Coach Ron Smith, Drake Forren, Chase Bricker, Codie Smith, Mat Johnson, assistant coach Randy Litton. Front row: Derek Forren, Andy Anderson, Matt Gilfilen, Cole Smith.
Courtesy of Rodney Holden
Riverside Physical Therapy Flyers won the Ohio Div. 2 State AAU Championship in Columbus on May 22. They are scheduled to compete in the national championships in July. Front row: Graeson Malashevich, Blake Stewart, Evan Holmes, Charlie Large. Second row: Ty Wilcoxon, Tanner Holden, Joel Lambiotte.
Courtesy of Sarah France
C-K Dodgers were the 2011 Les Ghiz tournament champions.