BARBOURSVILLE - More than 100 youth soccer teams are competing this weekend in the West Virginia Soccer Association Open Cup at the Barboursville Soccer Complex.
HUNTINGTON - State champions are lining up for the US Youth Soccer Region I (East) Championships.
Greyhounds third grade AAU girls basketball coached by Bryan Courts and Reggie Giles won its division at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington, Ky.
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.
Courtesy of Sean Hornbuckle
Huntington Heat seventh grade boys basketball was the champion of a Mother's Day invitational tournament in Huntington.
Courtesy of Mary Maynard
Tri-State Pony Express girls AAU basketball won its division of the Dayton Classic.
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.
Alexis Davis represented Meadows Elementary School in the Cabell County Special Olympics at Huntington High School.
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.
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.
KENOVA, W.Va. - The Ceredo-Kenova Little League Cardinals know how to finish a game in style.