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A season for every sport

June 10, 2014 To everything there is a season. When Pete Seeger wrote that iconic line —made famous in a 1965 hit by The Byrds—he wasn’t referring to sports. But it certainly applies. more »»

Earnhardt Sr. legacy loses key person

June 9, 2014 A young, shy, long-haired driver from Kannapolis, N.C., was looking for a ride in NASCAR’s premiere series in 1975. Ed Negre, an independent car owner/driver, provided Dale Earnhardt Sr. more »»

Time to bring out pom poms

June 8, 2014 Sports writers are supposed to be neutral observers who stick to the facts and don’t get emotionally involved in the stories they cover. more »»

Half Marathon Diary

June 8, 2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second in a series of weekly columns by Kayla Dunn, a 25-year-old Belpre resident who is training to run in the News and Sentinel Half Marathon on Aug. 16. more »»

Best teams always win

June 7, 2014 Turning the clock back a few days, I knew Thursday was going to be a very, very long day. more »»

Ministry takes Knost to Mexico

June 6, 2014 Lane Knost is just the type of person which fits the mold for Athletes in Action. The former Williamstown wide receiver recently joined a dozen individuals on a nine-day mission trip to Mexico. more »»

SSAC is slighting athletes

June 5, 2014 After attending this year’s 100th boys and 39th girls state track and field championships at the University of Charleston’s Laidley Field, I felt compelled to use this forum to attract as much... more »»

Bowden visit stirs memories

June 4, 2014 Perhaps no name is more associated with college football than Bowden. more »»

Turning focus to baseball

June 3, 2014 A loyal reader reminded me the other day I hadn’t done a baseball column since the beginning of the Major League season. more »»

Who will be in the first CFP?

June 2, 2014 Well, hopefully when the end of the 2014 college football season comes down to the nitty-gritty, Ohio State — as predicted — will be in the running for a berth in the very first four-team College... more »»

Junior bowlers challenge their proficiency on the lanes

June 2, 2014 Competitive bowling is not just for adults. Junior bowlers have a venue to challenge their game at the highest levels. more »»

Arizona fuels Rich Rod talk

June 1, 2014 Mention the name Rich Rodriguez to any West Virginia University sports fan and you more than likely will evoke a strongly-worded response. more »»

Half Marathon Diary

June 1, 2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first in a series of columns by Kayla Dunn, a 25-year-old Belpre resident who is training to run in the News and Sentinel Half Marathon on Aug. 16. more »»

Marshall has wow factor

May 31, 2014 There’s things that make you say Hmmm. more »»

Changes coming to Roush

May 30, 2014 Silly Season has gotten an early start in Sprint Cup Series. Many rumors have been coming out of Roush Fenway Racing about their driver lineup for next year. Greg Biffle, driver of the No. more »»

Winning as a team

May 29, 2014 When all is said and done, three team champions will be crowned at this week’s state softball tournament. more »»

Vienna in state spotlight

May 28, 2014 Four state championship events in four weeks. more »»

Exciting time for sports

May 27, 2014 Baseball, softball, track and field... oh my! Things are busy and exciting on the West Virginia prep sports front. Seasons are winding down and state titles are being awardes. more »»

O’Donnell, DeVol from same mold

May 25, 2014 In 2001, legendary Caldwell High School football coach Mike DeVol crossed the Ohio River and became the head football coach at Parkersburg South. more »»

Conley rolls on at RCR

May 24, 2014 Young NASCAR drivers like Cale Conley wait for their shot to drive in the big leagues. Conley got his wish driving for Richard Childress Racing, and has posted fine results in the No. more »»

 
 

 

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