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Williamstown too much for Tyler in 42-22 win

KIDWELL — The running duo of signal-caller Maxwell Molessa and tailback Rickie Allen were just too much for host Tyler Consolidated to handle here Friday night in a battle of ranked Class A Little Kanawha Conference programs as No. 5 Williamstown rolled past the No. 14 Silver Knights, ...

Waterford takes down Caldwell, 27-14

WATERFORD – The Waterford Wildcats celebrated senior night in grand fashion Friday night with a 27-14 win over the visiting Caldwell Redskins. Wildcat senior tailback Holden Dailey had a huge night in his final regular season home game as he gained 220 yards on 27 carries while scoring three ...

Miller ready for Southside Rumble 6’s main event

PARKERSBURG — Boxers only get one opportunity for their pro debut and Shawn Miller is hoping to make the best of his Saturday night at Southside Rumble 6. Miller, who works as a mechanic at the Parkersburg Utility Board and is nicknamed Little Hammer, will be the main event on the Dawghouse ...

Football roundup: Parkersburg South falls to Morgantown, 21-14

MORGANTOWN — Morgantown held on to knock off Parkersburg South 21-14 Friday night. Morgantown got on the board first when Caleb Nutter ran for a 15-yard touchdown to put the Mohigans up 7-0. Later in the first, Peyton Johnson scored from 4 yards out to make it 14-0. South cut the ...

‘Jackets tie Patriots

PARKERSBURG — While the postseason is almost here for soccer in the Mountain State, Parkersburg South and Williamstown battled to a 1-1 draw in a match that felt like a playoff showdown. It was also a tale of two halves on Thursday at the Erickson All-Sports Facility, in that Parkersburg ...

AB welcomes GSC for homecoming

PARKERSBURG — Glenville State College head football coach Mike Kellar has seen a lot of progress from his youthful program, but nonetheless a record of 1-4 overall and 1-4 in the Mountain East Conference is what the G-men will bring entering Saturday’s 1 p.m. kickoff at Alderson Broaddus’ ...