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Wednesday Nov 25 | via Tyler Star News
Former Tyler Consolidated Lady Knights girls' basketball player Sophie Kinnard is the type of person who sets out on a mission and doesn't look back. As a youngster growing up in the rural area of West Virginia called Tyler County, she always dreamed of playing college basketball. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via NewsandSentinel.com
Wirt County's Allie Bailey capped off an impressive senior campaign by helping the Tigers to a 10th state title and has been selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association as captain of the Class A all-state volleyball team. Photo by Jay W. Bennett Wirt County's Allie Bailey, pictured here spiking the ball against Magnolia in the Class A state championship match, was honored as captain of the all-state first team by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via Tyler Star News
The Tyler Consolidated Lady Knights volleyball team opened the state volleyball tournament at 8:30 a.m. on Friday with a three set quarterfinal victory over the Man Hillbillies. The Knights started out quickly and never looked back as they took the match 25-14, 25-10 and 25 15. Coach Summers squad looked like they may be the team to beat as Ariel Fish continued to show why she is a good candidate for all-state as she knocked down 14 kills, had five blocks, 12 digs, 11 points and two aces. Comment?
Thursday Nov 12 | via NewsandSentinel.com
The Williamstown volleyball team of head coach Rachelle Cole isn't taking anything for granted when the Yellowjackets start their title defense around 3 p.m. today inside the Charleston Civic Center in the Class A quarterfinals against Moorefield. WHS is one of three Little Kanawha Conference programs in the field, joining last year's state runner-up Tyler Consolidated and perennial power Wirt County. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 11 | via NewsandSentinel.com
Even though the Parkersburg High boys didn't make it to the state soccer tournament, the Big Reds still had three first-team selections on the 2015 West Virginia High School Soccer Coaches Association's Class AAA all-state soccer team. PHS also had junior Immanuel Opoku-Duah named as one of the Class AAA boys Forwards of the Year while garnering first-team all-state honors along with Big Red senior teammates Cameron Fosselman, a defender, and Drew Strobl, a midfielder. Comment?
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