MORGANTOWN — The Fairmont Senior Polar Bears completed their spotless season in the West Virginia Scholastic Lacrosse Association Girls State Championship on Saturday, as they triumphed over the George Washington Patriots 13-to-4 in what was a rematch of the last championship game in 2019.
MILWAUKEE — Christian Yelich hit a three-run double during a five-run fourth inning and the Milwaukee Brewers bailed out starter Corbin Burnes in a 7-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday.
FAIRMONT — The semifinal matchup of the WVSLA Girls Tournament between the Fairmont Senior Polar Bears and Morgantown Mohigans was rescheduled for 7 p.m. today. 7 p.m. because of lightning delays.
MORGANTOWN — After two years of leak free conversations behind closed doors where the movers and shakers of college football saw their opinions changed over and over, the College Football Playoff Working Group has recommended that the four-game playoff be scrapped and replaced with a 12-team…
MORGANTOWN — The death of Don Vincent, who was an integral part of what made up the Golden Age of West Virginia basketball and a complementary player to both Hot Rod Hundley and Jerry West, carried with it a message that fits all too well into modern day athletics.
PITTSBURGH — Even amid a slow start, Dave Roberts didn’t need a reminder of all the things Mookie Betts can do to help the Los Angeles Dodgers win games.
BRIDGEPORT — Fairmont State University student-athletes were well-represented when the Mountain East Conference announced its 2021 academic honors on Wednesday afternoon. A total of 181 Falcon student-athletes landed on the MEC All-Academic Team (115) or Commissioner’s Honor Roll (66).
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Fairmont State University Director of Athletics Greg Bamberger has been appointed to the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics for a term beginning Sept. 1 and running until Aug. 31, 2025.
This article was updated on June 10, 2021.
A federal law governing how college athletes can earn money off their fame and celebrity seems certain to pass — at some point.
Nellie Grace Spragg, 78, of Hundred, WV died Thursday, June 10, 2021 at her residence. She was born October 9, 1942 at Hundred, a daughter of the late James Herbert Strope and Iva Haines Strope. Nellie worked many years ago at Oneacre Drug Store and the Bank of Hundred. She loved her animals…
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