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Players, coaches share memories of hot times in Eddie King Gym
Players, coaches share memories of hot times in Eddie King Gym

Of those who have spent hours of their hardest and most rewarding work at Eddie King Gym, the building’s eccentricities couldn’t easily be overlooked.

“It would get loud and hot. And hot,” said Henry Dickerson, a star...

Players, coaches share memories of hot times in Eddie King Gym
Players, coaches share memories of hot times in Eddie King Gym

Of those who have spent hours of their hardest and most rewarding work at Eddie King Gym, the building’s eccentricities couldn’t easily be overlooked.

“It would get loud and hot. And hot,” said Henry Dickerson, a star ...

132-pound weight class one to watch
132-pound weight class one to watch

HUNTINGTON — With three state champions and a combined six championships competing against one another, there’s no doubt which weight class will be the one to watch over the next couple of days at the state...

Mitch Vingle: Big 12 race, bizarre WVU stats, MIT

Ye olde notebook:

n Most college basketball fans pay little attention to conference standings.

It’s understandable. A league title is nice, but there are two main objectives for teams in the eyes of...

Kinney’s big night leads Capital past Logan 72-63

LOGAN — Venerable Willie Akers Arena has always seemed to have a little magic hanging in its rafters. Fortunately for Capital, it had a little Magic of its own in Jordan Kinney.

Kinney, a 6-foot-4 senior guard,...

Earl Lloyd, hoops pioneer, dies
Earl Lloyd, hoops pioneer, dies

Earl Lloyd, a two-time All-America basketball selection at West Virginia State who went on to greater fame as the first African-American to play in the NBA, died Thursday in Tennessee at age 86.

Lloyd, who won an NBA championship with the...

Hot-shooting Herd cruises by FIU

HUNTINGTON — Marshall won its fifth home game in a row, shooting an even 50 percent in pounding Florida International 87-69 Thursday night at Cam Henderson Center.

Austin Loop led the Thundering Herd with 20...

Princeton will pay $5,000 fine to leave MSAC

Mountain State Athletic Conference commissioner Fred Aldridge confirmed Thursday evening that Princeton has left the conference.

“They are on their own,” said Aldridge in a phone interview. “And all future events between...

Roundup: WVU’s Fields receives academic honor

STATE WOMEN LOSE: MARSHALL WOMEN WIN: WV SOCCER: The West Virginia Soccer Association will host the 2015 WVSA Hall Of Fame awards dinner from 7-10 p.m. Saturday at the Embassy...

Prep roundup: Winfield boys rally for win over Oak Hill

Winfield overcame a seven-point deficit in the final 1:11 to escape with a 59-57 boys basketball road victory over Oak Hill Thursday night.

Heath Diehl poured in a game-high 31 points and Alex Osburn chipped in 12 points to lead the Generals....

state high school wrestling tournament — day one results

At Big Sandy Superstore Arena

Huntington

Thursday’s results

Class AAA

Team standings

1. Parkersburg South 52; 2. Huntington 31; 3. Cabell Midland 29; 4. Parkersburg 28; 5. Washington 26 1/2; 6. Ripley 22; 7. ...

High school basketball schedules, scores — Feb. 26

HIGH SCHOOL

Boys

Sectional schedule

(All games at 7 p.m. unless noted)

Class AAA

Region 1 Section 1

March 4: No. 4 Brooke at No. 1 Parkersburg South; No. 3 Parkersburg at No. 2 Wheeling Park

March 6: Brooke-...

Court: SSAC ejection policy violates statute

The Secondary School Activities Commission has lost its bid to enforce a high school football player’s suspension after he was ejected from a game.

The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the SSAC’s refusal to review game...

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