Charleston Sports News

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  • Friday May 22 | via Martinsburg Journal 

    Area boys strong in middle-, long-distance races

    The Eastern Panhandle boys have been running virtually neck and neck against each other all season. They'll have to step things up even more today in the opening day of the Class AAA track meet.


  • Sunday May 17 | via Logan Banner 

    Lady Tigers surprise Wayne in Class AA regional semi...

    Chapmanville broke a scoreless tie on an RBI double by Samarah Hurst in the fifth inning, and that was all freshman pitcher Kenzie McCann needed as the Lady Tigers defeated Wayne, 2-0, in the regional semifinals Thursday at Lady Pioneer Field.


  • Thursday May 14 | via 

    South under the spotlight

    Churning out personal bests is what the Parkersburg South boys track and field program intends to do at tonight's Class AAA, Region I Meet at Wheeling Park High School. If that happens, then coach Steve Fox believes everything will take care itself in terms of qualifying athletes for next week's state meet in Charleston and possibly winning a regional championship.


  • Thursday May 14 | via Logan Banner 

    County softball teams hope to advance in regionals

    Chapmanville Regional, Man and Logan hope to all be represented in this year's state tourney but the Lady Tigers, Lady Billies and Lady Cats must get through the regional tournament first.


  • Saturday May 9 | via 

    PHS' Davis alive in match play

    Four players remain following Saturday's portion of the West Virginia Junior Match Play championships, which are being held at the Parkersburg Country Club. Vienna's Austin Davis - a senior at Parkersburg - is the only local player left alive and he'll be paired against Westside freshman Colin Bowles in today's 7:30 a.m. opening semifinal.


  • Tuesday May 5 | via Logan Banner 

    Tigers have identical grid schedule

    Chapmanville, which went 4-6 overall last year but just 1-6 in the Cardinal Conference for seventh-place in the eight-team field, is scheduled to open the 2015 grid season on Aug. 28 at home against Sissonville.


Charleston High Schools

Capital High School (1500 Greenbrier Street)
Geo Washington High School (1522 Tennis Club Road)
John Adams Junior High School (2002 Presidential Drive)
Kanawha County Schools Academy (200 Elizabeth Street)
Sissonville High School (6100 Sissonville Drive)