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Lady Colts fall in sectional

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GRAFTON — Philip Barbour finished the season at 5-17 following a 45-33 loss to Big 10 Conference rival Grafton in the Class AA Region I Section 1 tournament on Monday at Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium. Early matters in the opening frame hammered things out to be knotted up at 9-all to begin ...

Mountain Lions falter in Maryland

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OAKLAND, Maryland — Tucker County ran into a solid Southern Garrett, Maryland Rams squad on Monday night and suffered a 66-40 setback on the road. “They’re (Southern Garrett) a great team and they play good defense,” Mountain Lions coach Jim Ambrose said. “We just got outmanned. We ...

Harman girls roll to victory

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HARMAN — Sheridan Bonner had a triple-double with 10 points, 18 rebounds and 10 blocked shots as Harman opened Class A sectional play with a 53-33 win over East Hardy on Monday night. The Lady Panthers will now travel to Moorefield at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Jamen Dudley added 20 points, five ...

Senators open baseball season

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Davis and Elkins College baseball team dropped their season-opening series to Winston-Salem State University 5-0, 10-1, 18-1 and 9-2. The first game of the weekend started slow, with no runs were scored in the first three innings. Brent McMillion tossed 3 1/3 ...

TV takes sectional opener

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MILL CREEK — A balanced scoring attack coupled with a strong second quarter helped power Tygarts Valley to a 46-36 victory over Clay-Battelle Saturday in opening round play of the Class A, Region II, Section 1 tourney. With the win the Lady Bulldogs (13-7) stay alive and move on to face ...

TV takes sectional opener

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MILL CREEK — A balanced scoring attack coupled with a strong second quarter helped power Tygarts Valley to a 46-36 victory over Clay-Battelle Saturday in opening round play of the Class A, Region II, Section 1 tourney. With the win the Lady Bulldogs (13-7) stay alive and move on to face ...

Lilly fires in 38 points in B-U win

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TENNERTON — Dawson Lilly fired in a career-high 39 points as Buckhannon-Upshur halted a six-game losing skid with a 77-57 win over Spring Mills Saturday afternoon in non-conference play. Lilly, who also had three assists and a pair of steals, was 20 of 25 from the free-throw line on the ...

Berkeley Springs hits 14 treys to edge Colts, 66-65

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PHILIPPI — Philip Barbour senior Levi MacAdam poured in a career-high 29 points at the Colts’ Corral on Saturday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough to keep sectional rival Berkeley Springs from escaping with a 66-65 verdict. The visiting Indians torched the cylinders with a total of 14 ...

Warner sparks Harman girls by Paw Paw, 63-37

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HARMAN — Alison Warner fired in 25 points, grabbed six boards and dished out four assists to lead Harman to a 63-37 win over Paw Paw on Friday. Warner had five 3-pointers in the game. Jamen Dudley added 21 points, seven rebounds and six assists, Sheridan Bonner six points, eight blocked ...

Lady Vikings roll to home victory

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PETERSBURG — Petersburg jumped out early and never looked back in posting a 43-18 decision over PVC rival Berkeley Springs Saturday afternoon. Adding on to a 13-1 first-quarter margin, the Lady Vikes put up 12 more markers in the second stanza to have a 25-5 advantage at the ...

Parker nets 33 in Senators’ loss

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Junior Sam Hickey set a school record with 10 3-pointers as Ohio Dominican defeated Davis & Elkins College, 117-82, Saturday in G-MAC play. The Panthers also set the team record for 3-pointers in a game with 19 as they were 19-for-40 in the contest. Hickey led the ...

Colt JV team still unbeaten

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PHILIPPI — Philip Barbour's junior varsity squad kept their spotless record of 16-0 intact on Saturday afternoon by blowing Berkeley Springs out with an 86-52 verdict on the hardwood. Five different cagers reached double figures in scoring during the Colts' win. “There are no stars on ...

ABU men’s spikers fall to Queens, 3-1

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PHILIPPI —The Alderson Broaddus University men’s volleyball team fell 3-1 to visiting Queens University Sunday afternoon at Rex Pyles Arena. In the opening set, the Battlers trailed 20-19, but a Jake Wells kill sparked six straight points for AB to take the first set, 25-20. Queens, ...

Dotson, Lawson brothers spark Kansas by WVU

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LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Devon Dotson drove through a crowd of West Virginia players, stopped in his tracks and passed the ball across the key, finding K.J. Lawson alone in the corner. Without hesitation, Lawson sunk his third 3-pointer of the game before running down the court celebrating with ...

WVU women race past TCU, 79-65

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MORGANTOWN — After leading by as many as 24 points in the second half, the West Virginia University women’s basketball team fought off a late comeback attempt to take down TCU, 79-65, Saturday afternoon at the Coliseum. Redshirt junior guard Tynice Martin scored a game-high 21 points, ...

HARDWOOD RIVALRY

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TENNERTON  — A dominating third quarter pushed Elkins to a 74-58 win over Buckhannon-Upshur Friday night in Big 10 Conference action. The Tigers (15-5) held a slim five-point edge, at 28-23, at the intermission after a low-scoring first half. In the third quarter, however, Elkins ...

Lincoln gets past Tucker; TVHS falls

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HAMBLETON — Lincoln used a strong third quarter to break a halftime deadlock and take a 52-45 win over Tucker County on Friday night. The game was tied at 23-23 at the intermission before the Cougars (14-7) outscored the Mountain Lions, 17-8, in the third frame to lead by nine, at ...

Harman defeats host Paw Paw

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PAW PAW — Braydan Huffman fired in 20 points and Coy Teter added 19 to lift Harman to a 56-51 win over Paw Paw on Friday night. The Panthers trailed 23-21 at halftime but outscored the Pirates, 25-7, in the third frame. Dylan Moreland and Dominic Tanouye each had 17 points for Paw ...

Kansas, WVU out 8 players for tilt

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LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Take the eight players combined that West Virginia and Kansas currently have sitting on the bench — or at home — and you’d have a team capable of winning the Big 12 title this season. Might even have a team capable of winning the NCAA title. You’d have a ...