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Tigers have tough opener with Sissonville

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CHAPMANVILLE — Other than the vaunted Wayne Pioneers, the Chapmanville Regional High School football team probably couldn’t have asked for a tougher Cardinal Conference team to open the season up with than the Sissonville Indians.The Tigers also have to open up on the road at Sissonville’s place.Chapmanville and Sissonville are scheduled to kick off the 2014 prep football season with Friday night’s contest at the Sissonville High School football field.Game time between the Cardinal Conference foes is set for 7:30 p.m.Chapmanville, led by 11th-year head coach George Barker, is trying to break a two-year playoff-less funk after reaching the Class AA post-season every year from 2007-11.

 

Three league games highlight Week 1 action

There’s no time for any tuneup games for any of the eight Cardinal Conference teams.For six of the league’s eight squads Friday night’s high school season opener will also be a conference game.It goes right from the frying pan into the fire.Three league games highlight opening night tonight as Chapmanville Regional High School plays a Cardinal Conference game at Sissonville, Herbert Hoover travels to Scott and Wayne plays county rival Tolsia ...

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CRHS golf clubs Capital by 56 strokes

The Chapmanville Regional High School golf team simply clubbed the Capital Cougars earlier this week as the Tigers won by a whopping 56 strokes in a match at Big Bend.Chapmanville won with a 186. Capital shot a 242.The Tigers were led by Jacob Workman, who had an even par round of 35. Austin Bledsoe finished with a 46, while Tanner Meade had a 52 and Braden Dickerson and Dakota Saunders each had a 53. Dylan Brown shot a 54 and Austin Evans a 63.CRHS coach Tomm...

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Man netters hope success carries over

MAN — The Man High School volleyball team surprised many last season by advancing to the Class A state tournament at the Charleston Civic Center.The Lady Billies lost in the opening round and finished with a record of 25-22-1.The first-round exit, however, was not a disappointment.It was Man’s best season of volleyball since 2000 when the Lady Billies won 33 matches. Man also became the first girls’ volleyball team from Logan County to ever r...

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Brammer, Noe to be inducted to Logan Hall of Fame

Logan High School will induct J.D. Brammer and Libby Noe next week into the Logan High School Athletic Hall of Fame.The two inductees will be honored through a series of events during the week of Sept 2-5.On Thursday, Sept. 4, there will be a luncheon from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Logan Country Club, followed by a Hall of Fame golf outing at noon. The cost is $125.00 per team.Then on Thursday evening, there will be a Hall of Fame dinner as Brammer and Noe wil...

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PC Bowl Legend Coleman finished career in H-M Bowl

West Virginia high school football fans only got to see Brent Coleman play one time on this side of the Tug River.It was the summer of 1997 when the Kentucky All-Star team, led by then Sheldon Clark High School coach Jim Matney, crossed the Tug to take on the West Virginia All-Stars in the second-ever Hatfield-McCoy Senior Bowl at Matewan High School’s Tiger Stadium.Despite a late rally when Kentucky drove the ball deep into West Virginia territory and fueled by a ...

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Mingo Central, Tug Valley open season on the road

The Mingo Central High School football team opens their 2014 season with a tough non-conference game as they travel to Wyoming East on Friday night.Coach Yogi Kinder’s squad returns several starters on both sides of the football.However, he knows that opening on the road against the Warriors, who finished 9-2 last season and are coming off back-to-back playoff seasons, will be a tough task.

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Logan, Man have contrast in styles

A contrast of styles should make for an interesting opening night on Friday as county rivals Logan and Man are set to square off in the season opening high school football game at the Logan Football Stadium.Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.Both teams made it to the playoffs last season and had first-round post-season exits.Class A Man went 9-2 last year, falling 21-16 at home to Bishop Donahue in the opening round of the playoffs. Class AAA Logan was 7-4 and ...

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Tigers looking to return to playoffs

CHAPMANVILLE — This might be the year the Chapmanville Regional High School football team turns the corner.At least, the Tigers hope so.After enjoying six straight winning seasons and five straight Class AA playoff appearances, Chapmanville slipped to 4-6 in 2012.Last year, Chapmanville improved to 5-5 but still missed making it the post-season.Close losses to Mingo Central (20-14) and county rival Man (26-22) might have kept the Tigers on the...

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NPF season over for Bandits, Andi Williamson

The season came to and end for the Chicago Bandits and local woman Andi Williamson.The Bandits saw its National Professional Fastpitch season come to an end with last week’s 1-0 loss to the Akron Racers in the league semifinal round series at Hoover Met Stadium in Hoover, Ala.With the win, Akron won the best-of-three series two games to one and advanced to play the USSSA Pride in the best-of-three league championship series, known as the Cowles Cup.Akron...

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Billies hope to build on success

MAN — It was a bright, sunshine-drenched Saturday afternoon at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field last November when the season came to an end for the Man High School football team.The homestanding Hillbillies had rallied from a three-touchdown deficit to Bishop Donahue by scoring a pair of TDs and two-point conversions.Time, though, ran out on Man as the Billies lost 21-16 to the Bishops in the first-round Class A playoff game.It was an opening-...

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Big buck battles to the death revisited

The two massive bucks were stone dead, lying head to head with their horns locked.Standing aside them in the photo with this look of amazement was Logan County, W.Va., resident, Bernie Ellis. Mr. Ellis, who recently passed away, told me back then that the two big bucks were still warm when he came upon them. And, they hadn’t been there the day before. So just how many other antlered deer meet their maker in such a gruesome manner?

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