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The former John Marshall standout has accepted a scholarship and will be suiting up for the Marshall Thundering Herd this spring.
Musselman handled a size disadvantage well throughout its boys soccer game with Preston on Friday, but mental mistakes hurt the Applemen as the Knights won 2-0.
After the clock struck zero, the Linsly bench ran onto the field to congratulate eachother, and it was nothing but smiles for Coach Eric Fries as his Cadets boys' soccer team defeated the Mohigans of Morgantown, 3-2, at the Linsly School on Saturday.
Cheyenne Hudson scored a pair of goals to lead the Brooke girls soccer team over Preston County, 4-0, on Thursday.
A revamped Parkersburg South defense accepts its first challenge when the Patriots host Ripley in the season-opener for both teams tonight at the Erickson All-Sports Facility, where kickoff is at 7:30.
From two wins in 2011 to six the next year and a school-record 16 with a regional finals berth last fall.
Lincoln County High School's girls soccer team embraced the expression "out with the old, in with the new".
The first set was a marathon, and it did take a toll on the young players during the Linlsy-Bridgeport volleyball match Wednesday night on the Linsly campus.
Last Saturday afternoon, the Lincoln County High School boys soccer team ushered in the 2014 season with high expectations.
As a triangular golf match between the Hedgesville Eagles, Martinsburg Bulldogs and Jefferson Cougars at the Woods Resort Wednesday evening was taking place, another golfer joined the competition.
The three-day interim session concluded after legislators participated in various committee meetings and visited locations which have been affected by bills they have passed, including the tax increment financing legislation that allowed for the construction of a baseball stadium in Morgantown.
Junior defenseman Brooke Thomson scored the game's first goal, but defending state runner-up Washington surrendered a pair of unanswered scores and the Patriots dropped their season-opener 2-1 against Morgantown.
Jefferson head coach Chris Steffey led the Cougars to the state semifinals last year during his first season atop the local boys' high school soccer program.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 02:07 am
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