Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Facebook | Twitter | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
Counting down to kickoff

August 18, 2013 Eleven days away. Come Thursday, Aug. 29, college football will get under way with 17 games taking place, including an early season showdown between North Carolina and South Carolina. more »»

Seckman’s size speaks volumes for Magnolia

August 16, 2013 Having a buddy like Cole Seckman has its benefits. First of all, he’s probably the smartest student at Magnolia High School. He has never received a report card with any letter other than an ‘. more »»

WVU still seeking starters

August 14, 2013 While the opening game is just 17 days away for West Virginia University’s football team, the competition for starting positions for the Mountaineers’ Au. more »»

Money is root of sports evil

August 13, 2013 Money is the root of sports today. Professionals see millions of dollars, while the semi-pro and amateurs look to make enough to pay the bills. more »»

Is it the player or system?

August 12, 2013 MORGANTOWN —So, is it the system or is it the player? That is the question every Mountaineer fan is hoping to receive a positive answer to as they prepare to watch West Virginia University and... more »»

Rallying to save stadium

August 11, 2013 Stadium Field — even in its current under-construction condition —was a whirlwind of activity on Saturday. more »»

Running with a broken bone can be a painful experience

August 11, 2013 EDITOR’S NOTE: Cecil Chapman, a 49-year-old Parkersburg resident, is one of more than 100 persons participating in the weekly training session for the Aug. 17 News and Sentinel Half Maratho. more »»

Atlanta new site for HOF

August 10, 2013 While in Atlanta recently, I forgot to check out the new College Football Hall of Fame being built downtown. The Hall has taken a curious route to Atlanta. more »»

Pavan surfaces in G-MAC

August 9, 2013 Ohio Valley University’s entrance into the Great Midwest Athletic Conference will involve some familiar company. more »»

Prestigious recognition for Knotts

August 8, 2013 No matter the sport, it usually doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out if someone has talent as an athlete. What’s even better is when people actually make the most of being a student-athlet. more »»

The first week of football

August 7, 2013 It has become the most anticipated time of the year in high school athletics. The first week of football practice. more »»

NASCAR goes down and dirty

August 6, 2013 Doing it in the dirt is a term NASCAR should inherit in the Sprint Cup series. Fans and drivers enjoyed their night on the dirt at Eldora Speedway. more »»

Time for football to begin

August 5, 2013 Before we can have Friday Night Lights, the young men who play high school football need to get ready for the season. more »»

Weather plays a huge role in the quality of a run

August 5, 2013 EDITOR’S NOTE: Cecil Chapman, a 49-year-old Parkersburg resident, is one of more than 100 persons participating in the weekly training session for the Aug. 17 News and Sentinel Half Maratho. more »»

Watching traditions go away

August 4, 2013 Tradition. That is the biggest thing that is going to be lost this fall as construction continues into football season at Stadium Field. more »»

Atlanta trip brings back memories

August 2, 2013 The first time I was ever in Atlanta — other than just passing through — was in 1975 when I was there for the newspaper covering West Virginia in the Peach Bowl in Bobby Bowden’s final game as the... more »»

Football is on the horizon

August 1, 2013 On Wednesday, a fairly rare feat took place at Williamstown High School. more »»

Get set for the Big Five

July 31, 2013 Listening to the state of the conference addresses from the commissioners of the “Big 5” football conferences—SEC, Big 10, Pac 12, Big 12 and ACC—it appears more and more likely that there is an... more »»

Would MU be favored over WVU?

July 30, 2013 For each of the past seven football seasons—six times in September, once in October —West Virginia University and Marshall University have met each other in the Friends of Coal Bow. more »»

Big 12 lost seven of top 10 QBs

July 29, 2013 The most asked question at the recently completed Big 12 Conference football media days dealt with starting quarterbacks. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web