Williamstown Sports News

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  • Friday Feb 27 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Redemption for Yellowjackets

    Even though Gilmer County anticipated the change-up, the Titans couldn't adjust to Williamstown's new thought process in a Class A, Region IV, Section 1 championship game Friday night at Williamstown High School. Nearly two weeks ago, the two schools met in the championship game for the Little Kanawha Conference and the Titans' interior game buried the Yellowjackets for a 25-point victory.

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  • Thursday Feb 26 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    No. 5 'Jackets survive a scare

    For 2 1/2 quarters, Ritchie County had Williamstown boys basketball coach Scott Sauro shaking his head in disbelief as he peered up at the scoreboard. In the final regular season game for both teams Thursday night at Williamstown High School, the Rebels led by as many as 15 points in the first half and still had the fifth-ranked Yellowjackets on the ropes midway in the third quarter before losing 62-40.

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  • Wednesday Feb 25 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Yellowjackets post another quality victory

    Two quality wins in the span of three days has Williamstown moving in the right direction as the regular season winds down. After dispatching sixth-ranked Gilmer County in the title game of the Little Kanawha Conference Night of Champions Monday in Glenville, the fifth-ranked Yellowjackets returned to the friendly confines of Williamstown High School Wednesday and completed a sweep of the home-and-home series with Paden City.

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  • Monday Feb 23 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    'Jackets claim LKC title

    At least 10 days had past since both Williamstown and Gilmer County stepped on the floor for a boys basketball game, so neither head coach were sure what would transpire in Monday's Little Kanawha Conference's Night of Champions at the Waco Center. Gilmer County built a 27-20 lead by halftime before Williamstown whittled away at the deficit in time for a 24-point outburst in the fourth quarter and secure a 53-42 victory.

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  • Friday Feb 20 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    WCCS girls to title game

    Wood County Christian overcame early foul trouble and received a clutch performance from Abby Blauser after defeating Elk Valley Christian 60-55 in the semifinals of Friday's West Virginia Christian Athletic Tournament at Beckley Armory. Wood County County led by as many as 11 points in the second half before Elk Valley Christian sliced the gap to one point by the latter stages of the fourth quarter.

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  • Friday Feb 20 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    South, PHS home for sectional openers

    Nearly a handful of girls basketball teams from the Mid-Ohio Valley played themselves into a No. 1 seed for their respective sectional brackets.

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  • Monday Feb 16 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Reversal of fortune for 'Jackets

    With a corp of its players thrown into the fire as sophomores, the Williamstown boys basketball program is reaping the benefits of that varsity experience. Ranked fifth in the latest Class A poll, Williamstown is riding a seven-game win streak and owns an impressive 17-2 record.

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  • Saturday Feb 14 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Little Kanawha Conference Girls Basketball Roundup

    A solid effort from the free-throw line carried Parkersburg Catholic past Webster County 57-49 in the fifth place game. Photo by Kerry Patrick Williamstown's Shania George, left, applies defensive pressure on Gilmer County's Mckenzie Huff during the third-place game of the Little Kanawha Conference championships Saturday at Rod Oldham Athletic Center.

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