Williamstown Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Williamstown, WV
  • 5 hrs ago | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    'Jackets girls claim Ryan Jobes title

    Track and field athletes seeking to turn in meet records or personal bests didn't have much luck during Saturday's Ryan Jobes Spring Special at Williamstown High School. With temperatures dipping into the 20s throughout the event, the No.


  • Yesterday | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Williamstown's Wix named LKC's top player

    Senior Gage Wix, who led Williamstown to the Class A state basketball semifinals, was picked by league coaches as the Little Kanawha Conference's Player of the Year. Wix was a dynamic member of the Yellowjackets for head man Scott Sauro, who was honored as the LKC Coach of the Year.


  • Friday Mar 20 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Williamstown loses in semifinal, 62-53

    Contending with a Division-I caliber player in real speed posed a major problem for Williamstown's boys basketball team. Still despite WVU prospect Chase Harler lighting it up for 28 points and grabbing 12 rebounds for Wheeling Central Friday, the Yellowjackets managed to build a 45-42 lead heading into the final period against Wheeling Central in the Class A state semifinals.


  • Friday Mar 20 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    'Jackets welcome opportunity to face Wheeling Central

    The Yellowjackets scored just 11 points in the first half in a sectional final loss to Gilmer County. Through three quarters in Wednesday's Class A state quarterfinal matchup with Tug Valley, their point total was a mere 22. And even though when everything was all said and done and Williamstown was limited to its lowest-scoring output of the season, the Yellowjackets had overcome a 15-point deficit in the fourth quarter and defeated the Panthers 46-42 to advance to today's state semifinal game against defending state champion Wheeling Central.


  • Wednesday Mar 18 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Williamstown rallies to defeat Tug Valley, 46-42

    March mayhem ran full circle on Wednesday night as Williamstown ended the first day of the state basketball tournament at the Charleston Civic Center by rallying from a 15-point deficit to defeat Tug Valley 46-42 in a Class A quarterfinal. Tug Valley led 37-22 going into the fourth quarter and maintained a 39-25 edge before Williamstown's half-court trap took effect.


  • Tuesday Mar 17 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    'Jackets hope for an edge

    With two of its starters accustomed to the atmosphere created by the boys basketball state tournament, some might give the edge to Tug Valley when the fourth-seeded Panthers meet fifth-seeded Williamstown in a Class A quarterfinal game scheduled to start at 9 p.m. today at the Charleston Civic Center. Granted, Hayden Sturgell was a member of both Tug Valley teams that won back-to-back Class AA championships in 2012 and again in 2013 and Calvin Blankenship played a significant role two years ago.


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