Charleston Sports News

Charleston Sports News

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  • Saturday Nov 21 | via Logan Banner 

    Logan open to rejoining Cardinal Conference

    When Logan High School was a member of the Cardinal Conference last decade the Wildcats had a lot of success.


  • Friday Nov 20 | via Martinsburg Journal 

    Bulldogs fall short against Capital

    Based on Juwan Green's 4-second, 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, the Martinsburg senior might be the fastest man alive anywhere. Of course, the actual return took longer than four seconds, but that was all the time that officially elapsed off the scoreboard for his TD return that tied the Class AAA quarterfinal game 14-all at halftime against Capital at Laidley Field.


  • Thursday Nov 19 | via 

    Two Big Reds Make First Team

    Winfield kept its girls soccer dynasty rolling in the 2015 Class AAA ranks, capturing a fourth straight state tournament title with a 3-1 win over Parkersburg. But neither of those teams had the most representatives on the West Virginia Sports Writers Association Class AAA girls soccer all-state first team.


  • Monday Nov 16 | via 

    RCB's Smith named AA/A top girls' soccer player

    All season, the Robert C. Byrd girls soccer team showed it had a wide variety of threats all over the field that could make the defenses pay en route to its first-ever appearance in the state tournament. One of the big reasons for that success was the play of central midfielder Jordan Smith.


  • Sunday Nov 15 | via Martinsburg Journal 

    Bulldogs continue playoff push

    That team was Martinsburg, which posted a 47-28 win over Greenbrier East. The Bulldogs will now travel to Capital for a Friday-night matchup in Charleston.


  • Saturday Nov 14 | via Martinsburg Journal 

    Musselman falls to GW in exciting five-set final

    There was an interesting dynamic at work between Musselman and George Washington during Saturday's Class AAA volleyball state championship match. Not only were the Patriots and Applemen the two top teams in the state all year long, they had each defeated the other this season.


  • Friday Nov 13 | via 

    W.Va. Prep Football Playoff Roundup

    Cody Mitchell's seven touchdown carries carried Point Pleasant into round two of the Class AAA high school football playoffs. No. 2 Point Pleasant plowed past No.


  • Thursday Nov 12 | via Logan Banner 

    Dillona s kicking a strength for CRHS

    Going into the 2015 high school football season just about everyone knew the Chapmanville Regional Tigers would have a potent offensive attack.


  • Wednesday Nov 11 | via Weirton Daily Times 

    Hudson, Kelly get top honors

    Brooke's Cheyenne Hudson and Weir High's Alyssa Kelly have earned top honors as the West Virginia High School Soccer Coaches Association all-state teams were announced.


  • Friday Nov 6 | via Weirton Daily Times 

    Title is One Win Away

    "I knew we had it after that," she said. "I knew it. I am confident with this team whenever we are down."


  • Friday Nov 6 | via Martinsburg Journal 

    Patriots down Winfield, advance to title game

    Had it not been for Washington defender Kyle Rodriguez's heroics, neither Stone Sanders nor Sam Vaira might've received the opportunities they did to score goals in the Patriots' 2-0 victory Friday over Winfield to advance into today's state Class AAA championship boys soccer game. A shot by the Generals in the 24th minute was headed to an open right side of the net when Rodriguez charged across the goal mouth and cleared it out of danger.


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)