Williamstown Sports News

Williamstown Sports News

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  • 11 hrs ago | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Balanced schedule needed

    My inclination is to agree with philosophers such as Seneca and Marcus Aurelius that misfortunes and injustices, because they stem from the inherent unfairness of the human condition, should be borne with quiet dignity and a minimum of complaint. However, I must acknowledge my own inconsistency and admit that sporting injustices have a way of getting my goat, and I believe the Little Kanawha Conference is guilty of committing one in denying the St. Marys girls' basketball team a chance at the conference title.


  • Yesterday | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    'Jackets use big 2nd quarter to secure win

    The Class A No. 4 Williamstown girls basketball team used big days from Samantha Dedrick and Ashley Morris, as well as a 32-point second quarter outburst, Saturday to surge past Parkersburg Catholic, 81-48.


  • Friday Jan 29 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Travis leads 'Jackets in OT win

    Thursday night, Travis eclipsed the 1,000-point mark in his Yellowjacket career in a Williamstown victory over Tyler Consolidated. Friday night, Travis tossed in a game-high 26 points, including the game-winner with less than a second remaining on the clock in overtime to lift the visiting Yellowjackets to a thrilling 53-52 win over Parkersburg Catholic.


  • Monday Jan 25 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    WCC basketball heading to Bob Jones Tournament

    The Wood County Christian girls' basketball team will be fulfilling the wishes of many area residents by traveling south this week; not for a winter vacation, however, but to participate in the Bob Jones Invitational Tournament at Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C. The tournament, now in its 44th year of existence, is attended by a cosmopolitan field of Christian schools and academies from around the nation, and Wildcats coach Dave Weekley says his team is anticipating the experience. "The girls are excited; they get to stay on campus, work out with BJU college players and see college games," said Weekley.


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