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Lewis County shuts down Polar Bears
The Big 10 is a unique conference in that some teams are in larger classes than others.
FSHS, NMHS top girls’ poll heading into sectional playoffs
Heading into the sectional tournament, which kicked off Monday night, two teams in Marion County are ranked tops in the state. Here’s the breakdown:
Campbell swims to victory for Fairmont Senior
When Fairmont Senior’s Taylor Campbell took to the water rather than the basketball court this season, it was hard to predict the type of season he’d have.
No. 1 FSHS continues to roll with win over No. 5 Lincoln: PHOTOS
Every game is a statement game for Fairmont Senior (16-1) coach Corey Hines and his Lady Polar Bears. Monday night was no different as No. 1 Fairmont Senior rolled fifth-ranked Lincoln, 62-35, at the Woody Williams Armory on Senior Night to become Big 10 Conference champions.
Lady Polar Bears, Lady Huskies headline poll
When the girls’ basketball Associated Press poll was released Monday, two of the top three teams came from Marion County. Here’s the breakdown:
Greely shines for Bees
One thing East Fairmont’s boys’ basketball team has is size. The biggest player on the squad came through with the team’s two biggest performances this past week.
Pioneers rally late to top FSU, 76-75: PHOTOS
For the better part of 30 minutes, Fairmont State’s men’s basketball team had control of its game with visiting Glenville State here Monday night at the Joe Retton Arena.
Red-hot GSC rolls past Lady Falcons: PHOTOS
Tenth-ranked Glenville State employed its somewhat unique style of up-tempo and pressure basketball to near perfection here Monday evening at the Joe Retton Arena and as a result rolled to a 115-101 victory over Fairmont State.
Lady Polar Bears take top spot, FSHS boys fall out
In the girls’ Associated Press poll, released Monday, a new number one has been crowned for the second week in a row. Here’s the breakdown:
FSU’s season-defining week begins with Glenville
Oh, what difference a week can make.
When Fairmont State (15-6) was set to take on Glenville State (12-8) last week, both teams were about as deadlocked as two teams could be.
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