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Strietbeck voted AMAC player of year
Dan Strietbeck, whose pitching and hitting helped lead Mountain Ridge to its first baseball state championship, was named the Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Year by the league’s head coaches.
City thriller a reminder of Rule No. 1
Just how difficult was it to win a City League basketball game this year?
Ask any of the head coaches, but you may want to start with Bishop Walsh’s Bob Boyle.
For Harper, a great day to be a Mountaineer
A dozen years ago or so, there was a Pee Wee League football player scoring virtually at will and forcing everyone in the stands to take notice.
Fort Ashby VFW knots Rec series
Fort Ashby VFW, held to one hit in the series opener, had its hitting shoes on Wednesday evening, pounding out 15 hits and evening the Rec League championship series with a 12-4 victory over WEPCO at Holler Field.
‘Coach’ a lifetime title for Snapp
When he started some 30 years ago, East Hardy’s Raymond Snapp never gave much thought about how long he would be a high school coach.
One tall order, one basic recipe for success
It’s always the best week of the high school basketball season. There’s always a few surprises, maybe an upset or two, and, in the end, either jubilation or silence in locker rooms.
Uhl won many fans for many reasons
Chances are if you played baseball or were a fan of a certain area team over the last half century, you saw Bobby Uhl.
A new dynasty quickly crumbles
John Kruk has always been entertaining.
Gonzaga, DeMatha an instant ACIT classic
If the Gonzaga and DeMatha basketball players and coaches seemed a lot more calm than the fans that packed Frostburg State’s Bobcat Arena Saturday night it was because they were.
This time a shrug and chuckle required
Go to enough high school basketball games, especially in our neck of the woods, and you just might end up seeing everything.
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