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Flannery, Underwood Honored

December 5, 2018 Valley Lumberjill Caitlyn Underwood and River Pilot Lauren Flannery secured the Wetzel Chronicle’s first “Athlete of the Week” titles for the winter sports season. more »»

MHS Matmen Hoping to Stay on Track

December 5, 2018 MHS Head Coach Eric McKeever and assistant coaches Robert Gomez and Derek Metz will help keep the rock-steady Blue Eagle grapplers heading in the right direction. more »»

FROM MY VIEW FOR DEC. 5

December 5, 2018 The winter sports season has started and I couldn’t be happier. You see, basketball has always been my favorite sport, and I believe that we have quite a few teams that will have good seasons. more »»

River Starts Season Strong

December 5, 2018 The River Pilots’ Lauren Flannery scored a season-high 31 points, that included a long range bonus bomb, but it wasn’t enough to get past the Bellaire Big Reds on Dec. 1 inside the R.L. more »»

All Wetzel-Tyler Volleyball Team Set

November 28, 2018 The first Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers Volleyball Team has been announced with Magnolia sophomore Mady Winters being named Player of the Year and MHS Head Coach Pam Chapman being named Coach of the Year. more »»

Magnolia Looking to Rebound

November 28, 2018 The Blue Eagles did not have a very good basketball season a year ago, in terms of the boys. more »»

Lumberjacks Looking to Rebound

November 28, 2018 With Valley High School boys’ basketball head coach John Kocher heading into his 23rd season with the Lumberjacks, he has seen it all — some good and some not so good. more »»

Life Without Palmer, Derby Begins

November 28, 2018 The Valley Lumberjills will need to replace the departed Sophie Palmer and former head coach Jeff Derby if they want to get back to their winning ways in 2018-2019. more »»

Prospects Looking Up in Hundred

November 21, 2018 Could this be the year of the Hornets? You betcha. more »»

Lady Hornets Looking to the Future

November 21, 2018 The Hundred Hornets Girls Basketball team looks to build for the future with two freshmen starters, but the team will still be competitive with two returning senior starters and a sophomore starter,... more »»

Wildcats’ Loy Signs With CU

November 21, 2018 Paden City multi-talent Hannah Loy made up her mind that she wanted to go from a Wildcat to a Mountain Lion, choosing to further her academic and athletic career at Concord University Loy, nearing... more »»

FROM MY VIEW FOR NOV. 21

November 21, 2018 I went to cover a Veterans Day program out at the Low Gap Church last Sunday evening. It was the first program, that members could remember, that was held on Veterans Day. more »»

Blue Eagles Best Rival, Claim State Crown

November 14, 2018 The Magnolia Blue Eagles’ quest for a state volleyball title played out Friday and Saturday as the Eagles went 3-0 in all three matches to win the WVSSAC Class-A Championship, knocking off their... more »»

FROM MY VIEW FOR NOV. 14

November 14, 2018 As I stated last week, my nephew Ryan Yeager took me along with his father Jay to watch my very first Pittsburgh Steelers football game. more »»

Magnolia Mashes Pendleton Co.

November 14, 2018 FRANKLIN — Every play is magnified in a game where there is less than ideal field conditions. more »»

Eagles’ Fivesome Honored

November 14, 2018 With the fall season winding down in a hurry, we have several athletes who enjoyed nice games last week. more »»

Magnolia Captures Regional Crown

November 7, 2018 After going the distance in the Region I, Section II sectional, where the Blue Eagles would have to work their way to the championships and play 10 sets that lasted over five hours, you would think... more »»

From My View For Nov. 7

November 7, 2018 I got to witness the first three Magnolia and Tyler Consolidated volleyball matches, but heard the fourth was a Jim-dandy in the Region I, Section II finals that went 10 sets. more »»

MHS Upsets Top-Ranked Knights

November 7, 2018 NEW MARTINSVILLE — When the season is winding down, there’s one thing there’s nothing that will make a coach smile more than when a team is playing their best ball. more »»

Streets, Valley Put it to Paden City, 46-6 in Finale

November 7, 2018 The Valley Lumberjacks scored 30 second-period points to break up a close game and beat Paden City, 46-6, on Nov. 2 at Tom West Field in Pine Grov. more »»

 
 
 

 

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