NORMAN, Okla. — It was not going to take a nearly perfect effort to beat the West Virginia University football team on Saturday, but Jalen Hurts still tried.
The field of sixteen playoff drivers that advanced into the championship round of 10 races that will eventually crown this season’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion has now been cut in half as the finishing order from Kansas Speedway eliminated four more drivers.
MAN — Take a quick glance at the Class AA playoff ratings and you’ll see a lot of familiar names — Fairmont Senior, Bridgeport and Bluefield have all won titles since 2015, and all hold down spots in this week’s top 10.
MAN — The Man High School football team remained undefeated and improved to 7-0 on the season with a 30-22 victory over the Wyoming East Warriors last Friday night on Senior Night at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field.
LOGAN — Whenever Chapmanville and Logan line up against each other on the football field, or play each other in any sport for that matter, you can expect a tense battle.
MAN — The last two years, powerhouse Point Pleasant has taken the Man High School football team to the woodshed to the tune of 45-0 and 49-0.
CHAPMANVILLE — The last time the Chapmanville Tigers beat the Wayne Pioneers, George H.W. Bush was president of the United States.
It was a thriller as the Man High School football team, ranked No. 5 in the state in Class AA, defeated No. 10 Wyoming East, 30-22, on Friday night at Man's George A. Queen Memorial Field in a battled of top 10 heavyweights.
Each year when the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series invades Daytona International Speedway in February to begin the new season, the one thing for certain is that you may need to buy a program to figure who is driving what car.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall used a strong fourth-quarter effort on both sides of the football to earn a 31-17 win over Old Dominion on Saturday at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
CHAPMANVILLE — The Chapmanville Middle School football team, fresh off its win over Logan the previous week which secured the county championship, returned the gridiron on Thursday at home as the Tigers blanked Harts Middle School, 32-0, on Eighth Grade Night at Tiger Stadium.
LOGAN -- Jordan Hayes threw for four touchdowns and freshman Aiden Slack was the recipient of three of them as the Logan High School football team blanked Corridor G rival Scott 35-0 on Friday night in the annual homecoming game at Logan's Wills-Nisbet Stadium.
LOGAN — The Chapmanville Middle School football team secured the Logan County championship with last Thursday night’s 42-6 win at Logan, spoiling the annual LMS homecoming game.
Sunday’s running of the Drydene 400 at Dover International Speedway was the first race of the three-race Round of 12 that will eliminate four drivers after races at Talladega and Kansas.
MAN — Man’s defense was ram tough in the Hillbillies’ 44-0 shutout win over Lincoln County on Friday night at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field in the annual Man High School homecoming game.
FALLING ROCK — Chapmanville and Herbert Hoover’s football teams each entered their matchup Friday with 2-3 records, and both were looking for a victory to get back to .500 on the season.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall head coach Doc Holliday confirmed that sophomore Isaiah Green will start at quarterback for the Thundering Herd against Old Dominion on Saturday.
HUNTINGTON — Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for Marshall’s football team on Saturday. Cincinnati dominated from the onset, jumping to a 28-point halftime lead and never looking back in a 52-14 win over Marshall in front of 32,192 fans at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
Defending-Class AAA state champion fell a shot short on Monday, finishing a stroke behind Capital and three behind Greenbrier East as the Cougars and Spartans punched tickets to next week’s state tournament with first and second-place finishes in the Region 3 tournament held at Pipestem.
LOGAN — The Winfield High School fight song was played so many times by the school’s marching band on Friday night at Logan you would have thought the Minnesota Golden Gophers were in town.
CHAPMANVILLE — The pull to stay close to home seemed to be what made Obinna Anochili-Killen’s decision to commit to Marshall University so appealing.