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East tennis topples Grafton; FSHS falls to Elkins
East Fairmont’s boys’ and girls’ tennis teams were able to pick up wins at home Tuesday night against Grafton, the boys winning, 5-2, and the girls winning, 4-3.
The wins came after the doubles from both East’s boys’ and girls’ side picked up solid victories.
Bees, Bears stay perfect
The East Fairmont baseball team had just two innings left to overcome a 6-3 deficit when the scoreboard clicked over to the bottom of the sixth inning.
Tennis teams go 3-for-4
Marion County tennis teams picked up three more wins on Monday.
East Fairmont won both its boys’ and girls’ matches against Liberty and Fairmont Senior picked up a win from its boys’ team against Grafton.
East’s rally falls short
The East Fairmont softball team twice came pouring out of the dugout in the bottom of the seventh inning on Monday. But it was one time too few.
Postlewait pitches, hits Bees to victory
Softball season started last week in Marion County, and Tori Postlewait came out swinging ... and pitching, too.
Track athletes off and running
The track season got off to a fast — and wet— start Saturday when all three Marion County high schools participated in the ConnectBridgeport.com Invitational at the Wayne Jamison Field Complex.
A total of 18 teams competed in the a full day of events. Here’s a few highlights from the Marion County schools.
North Marion passes baton from last season to this season
East Fairmont beats Lewis County: PHOTOS
The first pitch of Friday’s East Fairmont- Lewis County baseball game was pushed back by more than an hour when the visiting Minutemen arrived late.
For the East Fairmont faithful, it was worth the wait.
Bees softball bounces back: PHOTOS
The East Fairmont softball team bounced back from Thursday night’s loss to North Marion with a 7-3 victory over Bridgeport at East Fairmont High School on Friday.
“It was nice to come back the day after (the loss) and play as well as we did,” said East Fairmont coach John Postlewait.
Huskies go 1-for-2 against Parkersburg South
The North Marion baseball team bounced back from Thursday’s opening-day loss to East Fairmont by going 1-for-2 at Parkersburg South on Friday.
The Huskies (1-2) won the first game of the double-header, 15-7, before dropping the second game, 15-3.
Boys’ teams hope for fast starts
Last season the Polar Bears sent 13 boys to the state meet, and 11 returned with medals. The strong showing helped Fairmont Senior take third as a team.
With many of the key pieces returning, expectations are again high for the Polar Bears.
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