WAYNE — In a game boasting eight ties and 18 lead changes, it’s not surprising that the contest was decided in the final seconds.
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
KENOVA—Vinson Middle School’s steam kept on a rollin’ Monday night on the road in a 64-32 win over Ceredo-Kenova Middle School after four players put up double digit scoring.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission released its long-awaited regional and sectional alignment proposals for all sports for the coming school year, and most of the attention around the state centered on the new four-class basketball system.
HUNTINGTON — Spring Valley led by as many as 13 points in the second half but had to withstand a furious comeback in order to leave Huntington High with a 73-69 over the Highlanders in boys basketball Saturday evening.
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
After winning three of their first four games this season, the Tolsia boys basketball team went the next month without earning it’s next win, a 75-72 nail-biter Friday night at Van High School, a game that had been postponed from Jan. 7 due to inclement weather.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
WILLIAMSON, W.Va. — The Wayne Pioneer boys basketball team led by five points entering the fourth quarter, but were outscored by ten in the final eight minutes — and lost by that same margin to Phelps, Ky in the Hatfield McCoy Shootout at the Williamson Fieldhouse last weekend.
HUNTINGTON — Victoria Staunton’s 3-pointer with four minutes to go in the first period gave Woodrow Wilson’s girls basketball team the third and final lead change of the game as the Flying Eagles rolled to a 69-56 win over Spring Valley on Friday in a contest at the Wolves Den.
Wednesday, January 08, 2020
GLENHAYES — When the Tolsia girls basketball team takes the court in Naugatuck on Thursday, it will have been nearly two weeks since they last played in a game, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
GALIA, Ohio — The Spring Valley High School wrestling program continued their domination on the mat last weekend with a fourth place finish at the Skyline Bowling Invitational.
NAUGATUCK — The Tug Valley Panthers boys basketball team picked up a key Region IV Section II victory on Friday night in the TVHS Gymnasium as they used a strong second half to surge past rival Tolsia and win by a final score of 79-63.
HUNTINGTON — Playing in its first game since a win Dec. 21 at the Mount Vernon University Tournament, the Spring Valley girls basketball team had to shake off its rust Saturday to defeat St. Albans 55-49 at the Wolves Den.