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Joys of Summer

June 25, 2015 Summer time in the sports department usually means vacation and that’s what I’ll be doing for the next couple of weeks. more »»

Calendar slam is possible

June 24, 2015 Jordan Spieth has a chance to do what nobody has done in the post-Masters era and that is win the Grand Slam. It was done once in the pre-Masters, by, one of the Masters founders, Bobby Jones. more »»

Royals nation winning

June 23, 2015 Shame on you. Yes, I’m talking to anyone who has commented in a negative manner about baseball’s all-star voting possibly having flaws. more »»

Tropical Storm Bill too much

June 22, 2015 I can’t say I didn’t have fun covering my first North-South Football Classic on Saturday night at Laidley Fiel. more »»

Reds’ trading dilemma

June 20, 2015 As many baseball fans and certainly all Cincinnati Reds fans know, the Red Stockings will be playing host to the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star festivities at Great American Ballpark, June 12-14. more »»

Wirt’s Hill excited for N-S games

June 18, 2015 Buffalo High School head coach Darrell Moore always has been a promoter of softball. more »»

Wahama baseball memories

June 15, 2015 Today marks the beginning of the three-week summer coaching period for student-athletes in West Virginia. more »»

Can Cavs, LeBron finish this?

June 14, 2015 At the beginning of the NBA season, the popular consensus was the Cleveland Cavaliers, who had recently traded for Kevin Love and welcomed back LeBron James, were the favorites to finish on top of... more »»

Golf and baseball

June 11, 2015 Two of my favorite things are indeed golf and baseball. That usually goes for either participating or watching. more »»

Success followed Watson

June 10, 2015 Williamstown High School was the hotbed for deep postseason runs during the latest academic school year. more »»

Hoops at its best at PHS

June 9, 2015 The future of college basketball hits home next Monday. Nathan Conley, who graduated from Parkersburg High School in 2007, represents a training company called “Court Fourteen. more »»

Here we go once again

June 6, 2015 I am no horse racing expert ... I?admit it. I follow a lot of sports, but horse tracks, different breeds and racing are things I just don’t pay attention to ... more »»

Improved outlook on Herd hoops

June 3, 2015 Dan D’Antoni takes care of things he can control. He is not an individual who tries to get inside the mind of his opponent. more »»

QB in place for Marshall

June 2, 2015 College football careers can last up to four years and in some respect resemble a revolving door. more »»

Those surging Pirates

June 1, 2015 Before the MLB season began, I wrote a column giving what I thought was a feasible World Series winner in the Pittsburgh Pirates. Sure... more »»

Doddridge enters history

May 30, 2015 History. The record books always remember the record breakers, the winners, the first-timers and especially the streakers (and no not the Will Ferrell “Old School” type). more »»

’Jackets, Devils again?

May 27, 2015 Nobody wants to get caught looking ahead. But let’s bend the rule. Both Williamstown and St. Marys are one win away from advancing to next week’s Class A state tournament in Charleston. more »»

Caravan special to Graham

May 26, 2015 Rally in the Alley holds a special place in Jane Graham’s heart. The annual event which brings the Marshall University Coaches Caravan to Parkersburg is scheduled for a 6 p.m. more »»

New twist to All-Star Game

May 23, 2015 Home-field advantage. more »»

Sky’s the limit for DeGraef

May 20, 2015 High jumping runs in the DeGraef family. Many moons ago, Erwin DeGraef remembers clearing 6 feet, 6 inches. more »»

 
 
 

 

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