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O’Dell, North linemen ready to protect their team
West Virginia native John McKay said it best when he was the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He told his team that games were won and lost “in the trenches.”
North Marion’s football team will take that same approach when it takes the field in August.
Mascaro eager to get started for FSU women’s soccer: VIDEO
Gabi Mascaro and the Fairmont State women’s soccer team is preparing for the team’s inaugural season. Mascaro, a local product, is likely to be at the forefront of the team’s charge into the future. This week, Mascaro discussed life after high school in preparation for college.
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Delaney poised to lead Bees in senior campaign
Every team needs a leader, and oftentimes on the football field that leader is found under center.
That’s the case for this year’s East Fairmont team. Senior quarterback Jake Delaney is back this year for the Bees, a year older, a year stronger and a year more mature.
FSHS QB Smith ready for the bright lights
Deion Sanders said it best when he labeled himself a “prime-time player.”
Fairmont Senior is hoping it has found a “PTP” in quarterback Dom Smith.
While you likely won’t see Smith high stepping into the end zone or doing the “Dirty Bird” with any of his receivers, Smith is hoping to make the most of his move from starting JV quarterback and backup varsity quarterback to full-time signal caller for the Polar Bears’ varsity squad this season.
McCullough’s ninth-inning RBI lifts Fairmont over Elkins: PHOTOS
Things hadn’t been going Keegun McCullough’s way as his Post 17 Fairmont ballclub hosted Elkins Tuesday night.
But that all changed in the ninth inning with the score deadlocked at seven runs apiece.
With one swing of the bat, McCullough turned an 0-for-3 night into an 8-7 walk-off victory for Fairmont.
JUST IN: McCullough's 9th-inning RBI lifts Fairmont over Elkins
Baseball is often called a boring sport if you don't understand the game but Tuesday night's contest at East Fairmont High School between Post 17 Fairmont and Elkins was anything but.
Elliott ready to ‘manage the show’ for North
In battle, a field general is someone in control, a voice that when it barks an order, the cadets follow suit. Football is no different.
Oftentimes compared to hand-to-hand combat, football is a game made for warriors. And when the Huskies head into battle come August, coach Daran Hays believes he’s got a smart and highly capable field general at the helm in sophomore quarterback Kyle Elliott.
Smokeless tobacco an unfortunate trend among athletes
The recent passing of baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has brought the risks of chewing tobacco back to the forefront of the baseball world.
While the San Diego Padres organization held a memorial for Gwynn last Thursday to celebrate a life cut short at the age of 54, the ever-growing issue of cancer remains present, even in the Mountain State.
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