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Football: Golden Bears Stymie Raiders

November 13, 2011 SPENCER — The fact that Oak Glen quarterback Lucas McDowell doesn’t recognize the significance of Willis Reed’s name didn’t stop the senior from doing his best impression of the basketball... more »»

Football: Beallsville Advances To Final

November 13, 2011 ATHENS — They live to play another day. That would be Dave Caldwell and his Beallsville football club who kept Blue Devils fans on the edge of their seats Saturday night. more »»

Football: Shadyside Moves On To Elite 8

November 13, 2011 NEW PHILADELPHIA — In running to a pair of Ohio Division VI state championship games and having its way for the most part in Region 23 since 2000, Shadyside is making its mark in Region 21 this yea. more »»

Football: Coshocton Too Much for St. Clairsville

November 13, 2011 ZANESVILLE – There’s a cliche that says, ‘all good things must come to an end.’ Unfortunately for S. more »»

Volleyball: Oak Glen Wins Fourth State Volleyball Championship

November 13, 2011 CHARLESTON — Ritchie County senior Allison DeLancey produced a match-high 27 kills here Saturday afternoon inside the Charleston Civic Center, but it wasn’t quite enough as Oak Glen captured its... more »»

Bishop Donahue Advances

November 12, 2011 ELIZABETH —Wirt County coach Jason Hickman was at loss to explain the No. 4 Tigers’ 42-19 upset loss to No. 13 Bishop Donahue. more »»

Central Too Much For Parkersburg Catholic

November 12, 2011 WHEELING — Wheeling Central has been known to have a couple touchdown advantage based on intimidation alone. But Parkersburg Catholic had already played the No. more »»

Jackets Survive Vs. Dons

November 12, 2011 WILLIAMSTOWN — Weirton Madonna left it all on the field and came within a couple heartbeats of handing No. more »»

Park Stuffed in Overtime

November 12, 2011 ONA — They say football is many times a game of inches. That was proven at Cabell Midland High School on Frida. more »»

Steubenville Eliminated

November 12, 2011 CANTON — On a night that comes around once every 100 years, Steubenville Big Red and Youngstown Cardinal Mooney locked horns in a high school football game worthy of the occasion. more »»

Volleyball: JM advances to state volleyball tournament

November 10, 2011 CHARLESTON — With a nice mixture of seniors and underclassmen and a first-year coach looking to spark a program, John Marshall finally broke through and advanced to its first West Virginia State... more »»

Shaq, Zach Ready for Big Game

November 10, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Former Steubenville Big Red standout Shaq Petteway says as soon as he began to pop up on the college radar as a Division I prospect, another proud Big Red alum, Zach Collaros, tried to... more »»

WEEKEND WRAP: Plenty of Choices For Top Coach

November 7, 2011 By JOSH STROPE Staff Writer Be sure to pick up a copy of the Sunday News-Register on Christmas Day to see who will be named the The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register Coach of the Year. more »»

Football: Donahue Cruises Past Paden City

November 6, 2011 MOUNDSVILLE — Bishop Donahue took care of business in the first half, guaranteeing itself a return trip to the West Virginia Class A playoffs, and rolled the rest of the way against visiting Paden... more »»

Boys' Soccer: Charleston Catholic Stops Weir Boys in State Final

November 6, 2011 BECKLEY — Charleston Catholic coach Sam Fox feels his boys’ soccer team is the best in West Virginia, regardless of clas. more »»

Football: Shadyside Tops Wellsville by 40

November 6, 2011 SHADYSIDE — Mark Holenka will take four more just like this one. more »»

Football: Beallsville Victorious On Road

November 6, 2011 SCIOTOVILLE — The East Tartans (7-4) saw their turnaround season come to an end during Saturday’s 27-14 loss to Beallsville (9-2) in an Ohio Division VI, Region 23 quarterfinal at Allard Par. more »»

Football: Musilli’s Field Goal Lifts St. Clairsville

November 6, 2011 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The St. Clairsville Red Devils’ Division IV, Region 15 quarterfinal transpired just the way coach Brett McLean had envisioned. Well, maybe not. more »»

Football: Coshocton Too Much For Ferry

November 6, 2011 MARTINS FERRY — Week 12 wasn’t meant to be for the Martins Ferry Purple Riders. more »»

Volleyball: JM Advances to State

November 6, 2011 WHEELING — The John Marshall High School volleyball team clinched its first state tournament berth Saturday by finishing second at the West Virginia Class AAA Region One Tournament at Wheeling Park... more »»

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