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Falk: A Student of Game, Life

March 22, 2013 WEST LIBERTY — Alex Falk knows the next loss is going to be the final one for him not just in a West Liberty uniform, but in terms of the game of basketball itsel. more »»

WLU Seniors Write Own History

March 20, 2013 WEST LIBERTY — There wasn’t supposed to be a group to rival the one West Liberty put on the floor three seasons ago. more »»

Coaches Play Pivotal Role for Central

March 15, 2013 CHARLESTON — Wheeling Central’s coaching staff of Mel Stephens, Chip Callisie and Tyler Morando didn’t pull down a single rebound, block a single shot, or record a single steal in Wednesday’s West... more »»

Delmas Among ECHL’s Elite Tenders

March 13, 2013 WHEELING — Near the end of practice Tuesday morning at WesBanco Arena, Wheeling goaltender Peter Delmas was playfully shooting pucks into the net. more »»

Rine: Bring MEC Tourney To Wheeling

March 10, 2013 WHEELING — With the college basketball world officially saying goodbye last weekend to the West Virginia Conference men’s and women’s tournaments, a thought — well, several — popped into my hea. more »»

Robins are Lingering Farther North During The Winter These Days

March 10, 2013 Darleen Flaherty of Taylor, Michigan writes, “Several Michigan friends and I spotted robins in various locations in the lower half of Michigan’s lower peninsula in February. more »»

Whg. Jesuit Deserves Better

March 9, 2013 WHEELING — There’s a chance Danny Sancomb will already be asleep when the NCAA reveals its Division II Atlantic Regional bracket at 10:30 on Sunday night. more »»

Stars Shining At Girls’ Tourney

March 8, 2013 CHARLESTON — Tournament time is when stars are supposed to shine their brightest. more »»

WBC a Flawed Tournament

March 7, 2013 I’ll admit that watching baseball late at night from Taiwan interested me, if only for an inning or so. more »»

Playoffs Have Already Started

March 6, 2013 WHEELING — As the ECHL season enters the home stretch, the Wheeling Nailers are already in playoff mode. This despite the fact they would miss the postseason party if it began today. more »»

Versatility of Big 12 Players Still Troubling Mountaineers

March 2, 2013 MORGANTOWN — As Bob Huggins has said ad nauseum, there are a myriad of problems with his Mountaineers. He continued to outstubborn them Wednesday night by sitting the guys he termed ‘‘pouter. more »»

Stephens Taught Nailers Many Of Life’s Greatest Lessons

February 26, 2013 WHEELING — If we listen closely enough, sometimes our youth can be our greatest teachers. For members of the Wheeling Nailers, Randy Stephens personified thi. more »»

Rine: Nailers Defenseman Answers When the Bell ‘Tolles’

February 24, 2013 WHEELING — Joe Tolles bent down toward the ice to get closer to his godson following the Wheeling Nailers’ most-recent game at WesBanco Arena, ear-to-ear smiles never leaving either fac. more »»

New WVU Coach Crook Has Roots at WLU

February 23, 2013 WEST LIBERTY — Scott Cook has known brand new West Virginia University offensive line coach Ron Crook for 26 year. more »»

Coach Believes Nailers are ‘Close’

February 21, 2013 WHEELING — Wheeling Nailers coach Clark Donatelli said last week he and the club would treat the impending seven-game road trip like a playoff series. more »»

Legend At WLU Growing

February 15, 2013 Jim Crutchfield has heard the whispers, though that’s all they are really. more »»

Donatelli: Lack of Effort Not Tolerated

February 13, 2013 WHEELING — Clark Donatelli sat his team down Tuesday morning prior to practice and passed along a simple message. If Wheeling’s effort doesn’t pick up, there will be guys looking for new jobs. more »»

WVU Coaches Tried to Identify the Stars of Tomorrow

February 8, 2013 Whether you looked at West Virginia’s football recruits Wednesday and saw a pile of gold or a pile of question marks doesn’t necessarily matter much at this point. more »»

Sports Briefs

February 8, 2013 Akron holds longest streak AKRON, Ohio — The nation’s hottest college basketball team has much bigger plans. Akron wants to make some March madness of its own. more »»

Sked Ahead Unkind

February 6, 2013 WHEELING — It seems as though the ECHL schedule makers don’t like it when you mess with their schedule. That was the word handed down to the Wheeling Nailers on Tuesday. more »»

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