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Athletes of the Week

April 26, 2017 Two area athletes - Hayden Hizer from Paden City in baseball and River’s Riley Lollathin in softball - earned recognition this week for the top spot. more »»

Lady Eagles Knock Out Crusaders

April 19, 2017 The homestanding Lady Eagle Softball Team trounced Steubenville Catholic 10-2 April 11, but fell 4-2 to Tyler Consolidated the following day at New Martinsville for Magnolia’s second loss this... more »»

From My View For April 19

April 19, 2017 After taking in the Ebert Brothers’ Family and Friends Spring Show at the New Martinsville Lincoln Theater, I was astonished about how many people were in attendanc. more »»

Moore Heading To West Liberty

April 19, 2017 Peyton Moore will be attending West Liberty University to play golf this fall. more »»

Hornets Win First Game Of The Season

April 19, 2017 Hundred Softball Head Coach Chipper Goff, and his daughter Madeline, won their first high school softball game as a coach and pitcher April 10 at Jefferson Christian. The final score was 19-. more »»

Wildcats Trip-Up Dragons, 18-6

April 19, 2017 Kolton Elliott hit a grand slam home run and Hayden Hizer added a three-run shot, and an additional RBI, as Paden City hammered Cameron, 18-6 in baseball action April 10 in Cameron. more »»

Wheeling Central Crushes Blue Eagles

April 12, 2017 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Wheeling Central coach Bo McConnaughy and Magnolia coach Dave Cisar have known each other for a long time. They played together at West Liberty and also played legion ball. more »»

Local Teams Participate In Track Events

April 12, 2017 Sophie Palmer traded in her basketball shoes for a pair of track shoes, placing first in the high jump with a leap of 4-8 to help the Lumberjill track team finish sixth with 26 points, while Hundred... more »»

Wildcats Defeat Lumberjills

April 12, 2017 Paden City scored 11 runs in the last two innings to break-open a close game to defeat the hometanding Valley Lumberjills, 17-11, in girls’ softball action, April 3. more »»

Ashlyn Moses Named Athlete of the Week

April 12, 2017 With the weather holding back a lot of games, we don’t have as many sporting events than last week, but we had some superb athletes do well. more »»

Players Compete In OVAC All-Star Game

April 5, 2017 Sixty All-Star players, including two boys and four girls from Wetzel County, put on a pair of entertaining and highly competitive games at Ohio University Eastern Campus Sunday afternoo. more »»

Bishop Donahue Defeats Wildcats

April 5, 2017 Bishop Donahue scored eight runs in the fifth inning to break open a close game to defeat Paden City, 12-4, in a mercy-rule shortened game in girls softball action March 30 at Paden City Park. more »»

MHS Girls Track Place Second

April 5, 2017 The Magnolia girls placed second overall in the Ryan Jobs Spring Special in Williamstown March 25, while taking second in the Bellaire four-team meet in Bellaire, March 28. more »»

Eagles’ Streak Ended By Knights

April 5, 2017 The Magnolia Lady Blue Eagles six-game winning streak was abruptly halted by Tyler Consolidated and Shadyside, by the scores of 7-2 and 6-1, respectively last week. more »»

Estep Is Player Of Week

April 5, 2017 Track headlines the “Athlete of the Week,” story as MHS high and long jumper Bailey Estep noses out fellow track teammates Kristen Massey, Jordan Delaney and Brooks Parsons as the week’s winner. more »»

Lady Eagles On A Roll, Blast Rebels, 13-1

March 29, 2017 Magnolia’s Ashley Tharp limited Ritchie County to one hit and struck out out eight from the plate, while Emily Shank recorded three singles from the plate to lead the red-hot Blue Eagles to a... more »»

Wildcats Win Over Cameron

March 29, 2017 Trey Slider took the mound for the Wildcats Friday as they hosted the Cameron Dragons in what would turn into a five inning rout. more »»

From My View For March 29

March 29, 2017 Now that winter seems to be over, we are now experiencing potholes, potholes, and more potholes, everywhere we from — form the highways to the backroads, and to places of business. more »»

Eagles Lose Opener, 9-4 To Hawks

March 29, 2017 The Magnolia Blue Eagles scored four runs in the second inning, but the South Harrison Hawks spoiled the Eagles home-opener with nine runs on 10-hits, while holding and held the Eagles scoreless the... more »»

St. John Wins Double-Header Over Lady Cats

March 29, 2017 Hannah Loy and Jenna Ferrebee each belted three singles in the opener, while Ferrebee added two singles in the night-cap, but it wasn’t quite enough to get past Bellaire St. more »»



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