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Mountaineers want to continue QB pressure
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Mountaineers want to continue QB pressure

MORGANTOWN — A week ago against Baylor, West Virginia’s defense managed something few others have in recent years — they pressured the quarterback and in doing so disrupted the Bears’ offensive...

Mountaineers want to continue QB pressure
Mountaineers want to continue QB pressure

MORGANTOWN — A week ago against Baylor, West Virginia’s defense managed something few others have in recent years — they pressured the quarterback and in doing so disrupted the Bears’ offensive...

Mitch Vingle: Mountain State swimmer replaces Phelps
Mitch Vingle: Mountain State swimmer replaces Phelps

You usually don’t read swimming news here this time of year.

Or, really, any time of year.

Football and basketball are the unquestioned Mountain State kings.

But there is some serious Mountain State news from the pool....

Staff change alters FAU defense

HUNTINGTON — When Bill Legg looks at Florida Atlantic’s 2014 defense, he sees many familiar players. But he has all but thrown away the 2013 Marshall-FAU game video.

How’s that?

Change was...

New Herd basketball tempo on display at ‘Madness’

HUNTINGTON — This run ‘n’ gun offense cultivated by new Marshall coach Dan D'Antoni is no joke.

In the “Thundering Herd Madness” exhibition Thursday, the White team beat the Green...

Area roundup: Capital sweeps cross country regional

MEC SPORTS: AREA SWIMMING: HYCAT will host the 27th annual Debbie Kortz Memorial Age Group & Senior Invitational meet this weekend at the University of Charleston’s natatorium....

Prep soccer roundup: Winfield, Hurricane, Capital, GW girls advance

Jayne Lawman and Jordan Pauley blasted in two goals each as Winfield defeated Nitro 6-0 Thursday in the Class AAA Region 4 Section 1 girls soccer tournament Thursday at Winfield.

Mary Lawman and Sydney Cavender added one goal each for the...

Sissonville girls advance to soccer regional

RAVENSWOOD — The first goal is always the hardest during the postseason.

Once Sissonville got on the board Thursday evening, though, there was no stopping the Indians, who rolled to four second-half goals en...

Putnam students go to the polls
Putnam students go to the polls

Bethany College sues US for $262,000 in thefts

MORGANTOWN — A West Virginia college is suing the U.S. government in federal court for funds seized during a theft investigation.

In a complaint filed Tuesday in the northern district of West Virginia, Bethany ...

Hospitals foundation sponsors gala and auction fundraiser

The Foundation for Thomas Memorial and Saint Francis Hospitals is holding its 21st annual charity gala and auction fundraiser, “Puttin’ on the Glitz,” at 6 p.m. Nov. 1 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Charleston.

The ...

Miller, Harrison win individual titles at cross country regional
Miller, Harrison win individual titles at cross country regional

Ravenswood’s Hailey Miller took a big step forward, winning the Class AA-A Region 4 meet at Camp Virgil Tate Thursday after finishing second in the event last year.

But there were many moments in between where she admits she...

Locals play today in USTA nationals
Locals play today in USTA nationals

The United States Tennis Association West Virginia 4.5 team from the Charleston Tennis Club will compete in the USTA National Championships this weekend in Indian Wells, California.

The team will represent the six states in the Midwest region...

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