Sistersville Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Sistersville, WV
  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Tyler Star News 

    Softball teams play despite soggy weather

    The Paden City Lady Wildcat and Tyler Consolidated Lady Knight softball teams were able to get a couple of games in last week despite the dampness of the Spring weather. The Lady Wildcats faced off with the Lady Dragons at Cameron on April 13, taking the loss in both ends of the double header, 10-2 and 11-1.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Tyler Star News 

    Knights stand at 8-4 on season

    The Tyler Consolidated varsity baseball team stands at eight wins and four losses at this point of the season with less than ten games to go on their schedule before the post season begins. With every game seeing the positive progression of the team, head coach Robby Jones is looking for his team to peak right around Sectional time.


  • Monday Apr 20 | via Logan Banner 

    Tigers go 2-1 in wooden bat tourney

    The Chapmanville Regional High School baseball team left the alumninum bats at home over the weekend and took part in the annual wooden bat tournament at Scott High School.


  • Sunday Apr 19 | via 

    Schwendeman picks W.Va .Wesleyan

    Last week, the senior from Parkersburg South High School signed a letter of intent to continue his career as a football player and track standout at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon. "Playing two sports is going to be hard and really challenging, but I think I'm ready," Schwendeman said.


  • Thursday Apr 16 | via Weirton Daily Times 

    5 innings of perfect for Flack

    The Edison hurler did not allow a ball out of the infield, didn't walk a batter and struck out the second batter of each inning as the Wildcats cruised to a 19-0 victory Wednesday at Beaver Local.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Tyler Star News 

    Weather interrupts - 15 softball season

    No results were reported for any girls varsity softball games last week, likely due to no games being played because of inclement spring weather and field conditions. However, both Tyler Consolidated and Paden City have several games scheduled for the next couple weeks, as long as the weather cooperates.


  • Monday Apr 13 | via The Intelligencer 

    Josh Auten, Linsly Knock off Rival Wheeling Central

    Linsly kept its hot playing going in a battle of the small schools of Wheeling on Monday at the J.B. Chambers I-470 Sports Complex as it defeated Wheeling Central by a score of 5-1. Josh Auten pitched a complete game, keeping the Maroon Knights off balance for the entirety as he struck out four batters.


Sistersville High Schools

Tyler Consolidated High School (1993 Silver Knight Drive)