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Nothing like the Masters

April 14, 2014 Tiger Woods wasn’t there at all. Phil Mickelson didn’t make the cut or the weekend. Rory McIlroy was around for all four days, but never in contentio. more »»

Big pay day ahead for WVU

April 13, 2014 Let the hype begin. more »»

National acclaim for wrestling duo

April 12, 2014 Numerous wrestlers from the Mid-Ohio Valley made the trek to Virginia Beach at the end of last month. more »»

NASCAR tweaking continues

April 11, 2014 NASCAR has made significant changes in its top series to better enhance the on-track action. more »»

A special basketball season

April 10, 2014 In my world, the basketball season ended with the men’s Final Four. There were plenty of memories created, especially at the high school leve. more »»

The end of a good project

April 9, 2014 Over the past three years, the Mid-Ohio Valley Golf Classic has brought to Parkersburg statewide celebrities Jim Justice and Pat White. more »»

Hey, WVU: When’s it our turn?

April 8, 2014 Kudos to Mountaineer fans in Charleston. They displayed on Saturday that they not only can “talk the-talk”, but that they also can “walk-the-walk”. more »»

Highly unlikely matchup

April 7, 2014 Notes from around the busy world of sports: ? NCAA Tournament: What an unlikely NCAA championship basketball game we have tonight. Neither participant was the best team in its conference. more »»

Always nice to be noticed

April 6, 2014 Recognition. All athletes and coaches love being recognized for their accomplishments. Recognition often comes once a particular sports season end. more »»

Meyer sees progress in spring drills

April 5, 2014 If you have a question, the best way to get an answer is ask the man in charge. more »»

Excitement brewing on GSC campus

April 4, 2014 It’s been quite the busy spring already and lots more is happening throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley. One place which is going to be bustling this month is Glenville State College. more »»

The eyes have it in sports

April 3, 2014 Similar to other professional leagues and sanctioning bodies, NASCAR has been the target of criticism on several topics from various sources. more »»

Baseball is here at long last

April 1, 2014 No two words —when said in combination —get me more fired up than “Play Ball.’’ That’s especially true each spring when I hear those words for the first time since October. more »»

Some good news out of WVU

March 31, 2014 Finally, some news coming out of Morgantown that doesn’t involve a coach not being rehired or a player electing to transfer. more »»

Phillips ready to turn pro

March 30, 2014 Now that his brilliant college swimming career has ended, Parkersburg High School graduate Tim Phillips is about to turn pro. more »»

Amateur pay is absurd

March 29, 2014 Paying college athletes? They’re already being paid. more »»

Fox finds a home at third base

March 28, 2014 Justin Fox won’t argue about third base being the hot corner. more »»

Critiquing WVU men’s hardcourt

March 27, 2014 The recent announcement that sophomore guard Eron Harris was leaving the West Virginia basketball program after the Mountaineers ended the season on yet another sour note with a first round loss to... more »»

Profits for the Players

March 26, 2014 The coach of a team many people have winning the Final Four has a new contract extension that raises his average salary to $3.7 million a year. more »»

Bengals' Dalton is dandy

March 25, 2014 With the National Football League draft quickly approaching, message boards and websites are flooded with draft news and suggestions about who teams should or shouldn’t take or where someone will or... more »»



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