One area youth basketball team went to Myrtle Beach last weekend and won a championship.
Monday's session of the Marshall University softball Summer All-Skills Camp moved to the indoor practice facility because of rain.
MYRTLE BEACH - Larry Pelfrey from Huntington made a hole-in-one Thursday playing at the World Golf Links.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second installment of a five-part "Celebrating C-USA" series from www.conferenceusa.com celebrating the completion of 20 years of Conference USA competition.
MARLINTON, W.Va. - A "Becoming an Outdoors-Woman" workshop conducted by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is Sept. 18-20 at Watoga State Park.
Buffalo age 10-under baseball all-stars played in the Cal Ripken Division Ohio Valley Regional tournament at Vincennes, Ind. Team members (left to right) are: Kayne Trent, Cody Shy, Caleb Maynard, Tucker McComas, Austin Blair, Ethen Riggs, Isaiah Dotson, Gunner Berry, Matthew Hall, Brady Matovich; and coaches Tony Dotson, Todd Berry, Paul McComas.
This past week, my family loaded up the transporter and headed south via the "Hillbilly Highway." The highway is part of a long-standing family tradition and one that many West Virginia families hold dear - the summertime beach trip.
US Youth Soccer Region I had three teams crowned as national champions.
Unsafe conditions leads to end of Huntington Classic Regatta 2015.
Joe Stewart, of Crown City, Ohio, kept the proud Shawnee State University tradition of success thriving Saturday morning with a victory in the 5K portion of the Bun Run 10K/5K that opened the West Virginia Hot Dog Festival in downtown Huntington.
Steve Thacker is taking full advantage of having regained his amateur status in golf.
The Huntington native who made his mark in the pro ranks as a long-drive competitor is staying busy on the tournament trail in 2015 and making steady progress, too.
Lee Daniel hopes to do Sunday what he appeared to be on his way to doing Saturday.
HUNTINGTON - Michael Willis recorded a golf hole-in-one Saturday at Rivera Country Club.
Willis aced the No. 13 hole, a 135-yard, par-3 with an 8-iron.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's baseball program has its eighth professional player.
Kolin Stanley, who finished his career this year as the Thundering Herd pitching staff earned run average leader, signed a pro contract with the Washington (Pa.) Wild Things of the independent Frontier League.