Sistersville Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Sistersville, WV

  • Friday Jan 23 | via The Intelligencer 

    McCort Puts Up 43 for Win

    The 5-foot-10 St. Clairsville junior drained a school-record 10 from from beyond the arc - five in each half - en route to a career-high 43 points as the Red Devils held off a furious comeback by visiting Union Local, 75-69, before a boisterous, standing-room-only crowd. McCort had 23 of his points in the first half as the hot-shooting Red Devils built a 40-25 margin.

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  • Tuesday Jan 20 | via Tyler Star News 

    The birth of Knight Radio

    Since the formation of Tyler Consolidated High School in 1993 there has been a focus on fostering school spirit and support. WRSG Radio Station Manager Greg Goodfellow said it all started when Ken Hunt, former board member, was talking to then-TCHS Principal Charles "Chuck" Heinlein about having the new sports teams on the radio.

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  • Saturday Jan 17 | via The Intelligencer 

    Valley Too Much For Tyler Knights

    Tyler Consolidated coach J.C. Kimble had a pretty good idea of what Valley wanted to do during their semifinal matchup in the Boggs Tournament on Friday night, and that's hit the boards hard. Photo by Shawn Rine / Tyler Consolidated's Trent Smith tries to pass around Valley's Tucker Cain while Tyler's Austin Thompson posts up against Valley's Dylan Irvin Friday in Middlebourne.

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  • Saturday Jan 17 | via The Intelligencer 

    Eagles Wallop Oak Glen

    When Magnolia's Big Three of Preston Boswell, Spencer Campbell and Mitch Winters is on like it was Friday night at Tyler Consolidated High School, opponents can do little outside of tipping their collective cap. Those three combined to make 27 of 33 shots and score 63 points as the Blue Eagles overwhelmed Oak Glen by a 99-59 count in the semifinals of the Boggs Tournament.

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  • Friday Jan 16 | via The Inter-Mountain 

    Pendleton Wildcats edge Pocahontas County, 64-61

    Pendleton County is now 6-6 in boys varsity basketball after edging past Potomac Valley Conference rival Pocahontas County, 64-61, Thursday.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Tyler Star News 

    Silver Knights fall to Eagles and Red Devils

    Proving more often than not to be a second half team this season, the Tyler Consolidated Silver Knight boys basketball team made a good run in the second half of both games they played last week, but just not enough to get the wins. On Jan. 5 in New Martinsville, the Silver Knights went up against the Magnolia Blue Eagles, only to return home with the 87-53 loss.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Tyler Star News 

    Girls basketball programs hit mid-season

    Though it is only the third week of January in the new year, West Virginia High School girls basketball teams have hit the mid-point of their seasons, with Sectionals looming on Feb. 21. Both the Tyler Consolidated and Paden City programs continue to battle, grow and learn and hope to end the season fundamentally better than when they started. Still working on solidifying their roles on the team, the Lady Knight varsity basketball team hosted two contests last week, coming out on the short end of the score both times.

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  • Tuesday Jan 13 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Catholic gallops by Tyler Consolidated

    Parkersburg Catholic held visiting Tyler Consolidated to less than 19 percent shooting from the field here Tuesday night and the Crusaderettes climbed back above the .500 mark at 6-5 following a 58-35 victory. Things looked OK early on for the Silver Knights of head coach Cathy Boggs as two foul shots from Vanessa Templeton and a pair of baskets by Amanda Reynolds had the affair even at six with 3:36 remaining in the opening quarter.

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