WAYNE — Carol Jarrell has stepped foot on the grass at Pioneer Field more times than she can count, but never had she flipped the coin before a Wayne Pioneer football game.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
If the Riverside football team wanted to score the upset over Spring Valley, the last thing it needed to do was start off slow. Yet that was the first thing that happened.
Spring Valley High School should just get it over with and rename itself “Linemen High” with the torrent of ‘big guy’ talent that has walked the halls over the past decade.
GLENHAYES, W.Va. —Tolsia’s cross country program hosted an invitational meet last weekend in Glenhayes with a mixture of programs and classes competing for a medal.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Wednesday, October 09, 2019
Sunday’s running of the Drydene 400 at Dover International Speedway was the first race of the three-race Round of 12 that will eliminate four drivers after races at Talladega and Kansas.
SPRING VALLEY — Headed into a crucial matchup against the Capital Cougars, Spring Valley was looking for a way to take control of the pace early.
Buffalo E Team cheerleaders received first place in dance and first place in cheer Saturday. Previously they won first place in cheer and dance at the Ceredo-Kenova Invitational competition and Lawrence County Invitational. Back row, left to right: Eastyn Duval, Annistin Blair, Taylin Meade,…
Wednesday, October 02, 2019
For just the third time in school history, the Wayne High School golf team had representation at the state golf tournament on the Jones course at Oglebay Resort, Wheeling.
Monday, September 30, 2019
INSTITUTE, W.Va. — Former Spring Valley standout and West Virginia State defensive end Cody Stanley was recognized this weekend for his outstanding play in week four’s conference game against Concord.
The Wayne High School cross country team came home with its fourth trophy of the season, last Thursday, from the George Washington Invitational held at Coonskin Park in Charleston. The lady Pioneers finished in third place with host GW taking to the top spot.
Saturday, September 28, 2019
The Tug Valley Panthers scored twenty-eight consecutive points in the second half but couldn’t overcome the consequences of its eight turnovers in a 44-36 loss to Tolsia on Friday night at Wilt Salmons Field.