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  • 2 hrs ago | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    DeLancey tops All-LKC

    State Player of the Year candidate Kenna DeLancey of Ritchie County earned top honors by league coaches in the Little Kanawha Conference. While Rebel head coach Dave Mossor was chosen by his peers as the Coach of the Year, the junior standout DeLancey was the LKC's Player of the Year.

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  • 2 hrs ago | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Doddridge enters history

    The record books always remember the record breakers, the winners, the first-timers and especially the streakers . The Doddridge County boys track team led by head coach Bobby Burnside immortalized themselves Saturday after becoming the first boys program to win five straight Class A state titles -a double-whammy for the history books.

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  • Wednesday | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Wahama closes door on 'Jackets

    Mason Hicks experienced some lows but mainly highs as Wahama defeated Williamstown 11-0 in a Class A Region IV championship game on Wednesday evening. As Wahama's starting pitcher, Hicks walked the bases loaded in the bottom of the first inning and allowed one of his six base on balls as the Yellowjackets threatened again in the second inning with a pair of baserunners.

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  • Tuesday May 26 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    'Jackets, Devils again?

    Both Williamstown and St. Marys are one win away from advancing to next week's Class A state tournament in Charleston. Today in a pair of Class A regional championship games, Wahama visits Williamstown in Region IV and St. Marys plays Bishop Donahue at Moundsville Fairgrounds in Region I. Now, to get back to the original thought.

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  • Monday May 25 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    'Jackets storm back vs. Titans

    Trailing 4-0 and managing just one hit through five innings against one of the area's better pitchers, Williamstown became a determined group of ballplayers and pulled out a 7-5 victory in eight innings against Gilmer County during Monday's Class A, Region IV semifinal. Williamstown began its comeback in the top of the sixth inning when Gilmer County starter Austin Ratliff walked two batters and the Titan defense committed several errors.

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  • Sunday May 24 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Baseball regional semis today

    It is said, that in baseball, good pitching beats good hitting. A number of area high school coaches will be looking for good pitching as their teams get set to do battle in regional semifinal baseball games today In Class A, Williamstown will travel to Glenville to take on Gilmer County at 5 p.m. in a matchup pitting a pair of Little Kanawha Conference teams.

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  • Saturday May 23 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    History for the Bulldogs

    Photos by Jay W. Bennett From left, Class A 110 high hurdle champion Tim Wickham of Williamstown is pictured with Doddridge County's Garrett Devericks, Gilmer County's Noah Aviles and St. Marys' Dakota Wolfe. Doddridge County's Dyllon Hayes soars through the air on the other side of the bar during Saturday's Class A state track meet, which saw the Bulldog win the event with a height of 13 feet, 6 inches.

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  • Friday May 22 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    St. Marys blanked in final

    After Kendra Becker opened the Blue Devils' home half of the first inning of Thursday's Class A, Region I final with a lead-off triple, Wheeling Central's Marissa Glaritz responded like a veteran and struck out the next eight batters and earned the win as the Maroon Knights eliminated the Blue Devils from the postseason with a 12-0, five-inning victory. St. Marys' Jordan Fox, left, talks to assistant coach Lacy Mosser after reaching base on a third-inning single during Thursday's Class A, Region I final against Wheeling Central in Belmont.

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  • Thursday May 21 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Three MOV softball teams near tourney

    That's simple enough, nevertheless seemingly never a simple game to win for the contestants vying for a spot today in next week's state high school tournament here at Jackson Park. There's three Mid-Ohio Valley softball teams still playing, and thus involved in those really BIG regional final games today.

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  • Saturday May 16 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Jackets sectional champions

    In its three Class A sectional baseball tournament games this week at Marshall Field, Williamstown piled up 52 runs in just 17 1/2 innings in sweeping to the Region IV, Section 1 championship. Friday's 20-2 five-inning drubbing of Doddridge County was the sectional capper for red-hot Williamstown, now 16-7.

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  • Friday May 15 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Region IV boys field top-heavy

    Loaded is an understatement when breaking down the quality which will be competing in the boys division of today's Class A, Region IV Track Meet at Stadium Field in Parkersburg. The top five teams in the Class A power rankings will be represented by top-rated Doddridge County followed by Williamstown, Wirt County, Buffalo and Gilmer County.

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  • Thursday May 14 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    PCHS, Ravenswood boys contend for title

    Following a 16-0 regular season and a regional title, the Ravenswood boys tennis program looks to contend for a possible Class AA/A championship when action begins today in Charleston. Of course, the Red Devils can't turn their back on Little Kanawha Conference rival Parkersburg Catholic, which also claimed a regional title last week at City Park.

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