Charleston Sports News

Charleston Sports News

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  • Monday | via The Inter-Mountain 

    Tucker girls win 15th

    Tucker County's Sydney Nestor posted a double-double with 17 points and 14 rebounds Saturday to help the Mountain Lions dismiss Charleston Catholic, 45-25, in a non-conference Class A contest.

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  • Thursday Jan 28 | via Coal Valley News 

    Napier likes expanded Cardinal Conf.

    The conference will be split into two divisions - the South with Chapmanville, Logan, Scott, Wayne and Mingo Central and the North with Sissonville, Herbert Hoover, Poca, Nitro and Winfield. As far as the basketball season goes, the plan is to have a 13-game conference schedule with each school playing the other four division teams in a home-and-home series and single games against the opposite division.

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  • Tuesday Jan 26 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Crusaders upset Charleston Catholic

    Photo by Steve Hemmelgarn Parkersburg Catholic's Cade Ullman, left, attacks the basket as a pair of Charleston Catholic defenders challenge during a high school boys basketball game Tuesday. That was the case at Parkersburg Catholic Tuesday night when the host Crusaders notched a key Class A 65-52 win over 12th-ranked Charleston Catholic, sinking all but one of 15 free throws in the fourth quarter to put away the Irish.

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  • Saturday Jan 23 | via Logan Banner 

    Tigers, Billies win in H-M Shootout

    Chapmanville Regional High School's Jordan Whitt battles for a rebound with Pikeville's Dalton Meade in Saturday night's Hatfield-McCoy Shootout game at Williamson.

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Charleston High Schools

Capital High School (1500 Greenbrier Street)
Geo Washington High School (1522 Tennis Club Road)
John Adams Junior High School (2002 Presidential Drive)
Kanawha County Schools Academy (200 Elizabeth Street)
Sissonville High School (6100 Sissonville Drive)