BARBOURSVILLE -- This weekend, 115 travel, recreational and all-star soccer teams from across the Mountain State will descend on Barboursville for the West Virginia Soccer Association Open Cup.
BARBOURSVILLE -- A field of 115 age-group youth teams is bracketed to play Saturday and Sunday in the West Virginia Soccer Association Open Cup matches on fields at the Barboursville Soccer Complex.
HUNTINGTON -- Ceredo-Kenova youth football fans laid on their horns Saturday afternoon as they departed Marshall's Joan C. Edwards Stadium west lot and parking spaces around the home of Thundering Herd football.
Ceredo-Kenova has three of its teams playing for Tri-State Youth Football League championships while Douglass-Cammack and Chesapeake both have two.
LAVALETTE -- On Saturday morning, 60 young athletes took to the grounds of Beech Fork State Park to test their fitness in the 9th annual St. Mary's and Herald-Dispatch Kids Try-A-Triathlon.
HUNTINGTON -- Kirk Jennings is well in tune with summer 2012's re-occurring theme.
ONA -- Youth athletes from the Tri-State competed Sunday on Chris Parsons Track at Cabell Midland High School in the West Virginia District 2 Hershey Track and Field Meet.
HUNTINGTON -- The Aquafina Pitch, Hit and Run competition for baseball players ages 7-14 will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Cloud Commons. This is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball.
Pony Express ninth grade basketball team. Front row (left to right) Jordan Maynard, Nathan Campbell, Khalil Cooper, Sean Paulus, John Brown, Jordan Schneider, Clark Wilson. Back row (left to right) coach J.B. Bowen, Coy Petitt, Keegan Adkins, Dekimbe Dixon, Trent Cornwell, Smiley Kilgore, Sean Ross, Sam Dixon.
MILTON -- The tale of why Alex Hogsett came back to coach the Huntington Middle School boys basketball team for the 2011-12 season had little to do with the chances of a third consecutive Cabell County championship.