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Wildcats Too Much for Devils

April 11, 2018 After getting the early season blues under their belt, the Paden City Wildcats are starting to look like the team Coach Brent Croasmun had envisioned at the start of the season. more »»

Monarchs Too Much

April 11, 2018 NEW MARTINSVILLE–Legendary Magnolia coach Dave Cisar taught his son everything he knows about the game. more »»

Lady Eagles Defeat St. Marys

April 11, 2018 The Magnolia Blue Eagles heated up a cold night with seven hits, while cooling down the St. Marys bats on two hits, for a 7-4 victory over St Marys April 6 at Magnolia’s Hydro Field. more »»

Spotlight on Destiny Eastham

April 11, 2018 Destiny Eastham, a sophomore at Hundred High School, is this week’s Sports Spotlight. Eastham participated in track, and is the focal point on the Hornets’ archery team. more »»

Brown, Caldwell, and Gamble Are Athletes Of The Week

April 4, 2018 This week’s Athletes of the Week are River High School’s Cooper Brown and Candace Caldwell, along with Magnolia High School’s Jake Gamble. more »»

River Track Teams Place Fourth In Season Opener

April 4, 2018 Both the River Pilot boys and girls track teams placed fourth in the Ohio Valley Track League opening meet in Shadyside March 27. more »»

Lady Eagles Beat Oak Glen, 4-3

April 4, 2018 The Magnolia Lady Eagles’ tennis team started its tennis season off on the right track when it took care of Oak Glen, 4-3, on March 26 at John Marshall. After losing the No. more »»

Eagles Soar Over Silver Knights, 5-3

April 4, 2018 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Magnolia baseball coach Dave Cisar is pretty high on his young sophomore, Jake Gamble. It is easy to see wh. more »»


April 4, 2018 Heading into the spring high school sports season can be kind of rough sometimes, especially since I’m also a softball umpir. more »»

Isaly Heads To Marietta For Basketball

April 4, 2018 River Pilots multi-sports standout Lukas Isaly has decided to further his academic and athletic career at Marietta College where he will play basketball for the Pioneer. more »»

Mason-Dixon Basketball Accolades Announced

April 4, 2018 The Mason-Dixon boys and girls basketball accolades have been announced with some our area athletes being selected. more »»

Lady Pilots Take-out Silver Knights and Seminoles

April 4, 2018 The River Pilots’ Candace Caldwell had a night to remember March 31 in Sardis as she had eight RBIs on six hits, including a three-run home-run and a double in a double-header sweep of Tyler... more »»

Magnolia Blue Eagles Win Own Archery Tournament

March 28, 2018 After coming in second to John Marshall High School in multiple archery tournaments throughout the state this season, the Magnolia Blue Eagles put together a solid effort to nose out the Monarchs,... more »»

Spotlight On Brody Cartwright

March 28, 2018 This week, the Wetzel Chronicle caught up with Magnolia athlete Brody Cartwright. We asked him a few questions, so his fans have the opportunity to get to know him better. more »»

Knights Crown Lumberjacks

March 28, 2018 Tyler Consolidated scored five runs in the second and fifth innings to help the Silver Knights crown the Valley Lumberjacks, 12-2, in baseball action on March 25 in Kidwell. more »»

From My View For March 28

March 28, 2018 I was recently asked to attend a gathering of some of our Sardis Grade School and River Alumni. I attended, but I told them I would have to leave early because I had a hot date with my mother. more »»

New Beginning for Hundred

March 28, 2018 First-year veteran Hundred Head Baseball Coach Ron Dennis is approaching the season as if everyone is a freshman, and nobody brings up the pas. more »»

Eagles Drop Two Against Devils

March 28, 2018 The Eagles Paige Brill broke up a St. more »»

MHS Tennis Preps For 2018 Season

March 28, 2018 Magnolia girls tennis Coach Jesse Robinson is excited for the 2018 campaign. more »»

Wildcats An Experienced Club

March 28, 2018 Last year Paden City’s softball was on the short end of a 10-21 season; however, Coach Chris Neff is optimistic about the Wildcats’ chances for success in 201. more »»



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