Logan’s Bryce Davis Receiving Offers From Quite A Few Colleges

Logan High School’s Bryce Davis had an outstanding senior season on the gridiron. Now, his efforts are paying off among many colleges as he currently has 10 offers on the table from various schools. Davis, a 6’0″ and 200 pound linebacker, has received offers so far from Waynesburg, West Virginia State, Westminster, Saint Vincent, Clarke, […]

Lady Miners Drop Tolsia, 61-40

The 6th-ranked in AA Mingo Central Lady Miners used a strong second half to down the 5th-ranked in A Tolsia Lady Rebels on Saturday night at Mingo Central. The Lady Rebels (1-2) used a strong second quarter to take a 27-23 lead into the the locker room at the half. Tolsia outscored Mingo Central 22-13 […]

Logan Falls At Fairmont Senior

The 3rd-ranked in AAA Logan Wildcats fell to 2nd-ranked in AAA’s Fairmont Senior Polar Bears on Saturday in Fairmont, 58-46. The Wildcats (2-1) and Polar Bears (1-0) went back and forth in the opening quarter and were knotted up at 11-11 at the end of the first period. Logan held a brief lead, 26-25, late […]

Chapmanville Gets Big Win Over Elkins To Start Season

Sal Dean fired in 19 points to lead the Chapmanville Tigers to a huge 52-40 win over the 4th-ranked in AAA Elkins Tigers on Saturday in Elkins. Chapmanville (1-0), which came into the contest ranked 6th in AA, used its strong defense to establish an advantage in the first half and maintained a 24-16 lead […]

Tug Valley, Pikeville, Greenup County Win State Cheerleading Championships

Tug Valley, Pikeville and Greenup County won their respective State Cheer Championships on Saturday. Tug Valley won its fifth title in six years and ninth overall. Tug Valley’s current run of cheer success in Class A was only broken up in 2020 when the school was not allowed to compete due to COVID cases. Pikeville […]