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Phillips ready to turn pro

March 30, 2014 Now that his brilliant college swimming career has ended, Parkersburg High School graduate Tim Phillips is about to turn pro. more »»

Amateur pay is absurd

March 29, 2014 Paying college athletes? They’re already being paid. more »»

Fox finds a home at third base

March 28, 2014 Justin Fox won’t argue about third base being the hot corner. more »»

Critiquing WVU men’s hardcourt

March 27, 2014 The recent announcement that sophomore guard Eron Harris was leaving the West Virginia basketball program after the Mountaineers ended the season on yet another sour note with a first round loss to... more »»

Profits for the Players

March 26, 2014 The coach of a team many people have winning the Final Four has a new contract extension that raises his average salary to $3.7 million a year. more »»

Bengals' Dalton is dandy

March 25, 2014 With the National Football League draft quickly approaching, message boards and websites are flooded with draft news and suggestions about who teams should or shouldn’t take or where someone will or... more »»

PHS stars compete in same events

March 24, 2014 ­­It wasn’t planned when the 2014 track season got under way with the Clear Channel Radio/Kim Nutter Invitational Friday night at Stadium Field. “I didn’t know,” Parkersburg senior Landon Miller said. more »»

Catholic, South did us proud

March 23, 2014 One of my duties as the sports editor is to develop a weekly plan for staff members so they will know who is covering what game. more »»

NASCAR numbers declining

March 22, 2014 With its new Gen6 car NASCAR has witnessed two track records in its first four races of the year. But it’s not seeing record TV ratings. Rather, in that all-important area, it is declinin. more »»

Madness reigns supreme

March 21, 2014 It didn't take long for March Madness to live up to its name. Before we even got snug on our couches, the Dayton Flyers stunned their in-state big brother, the Ohio State Buckeyes. more »»

New role for Ullman at WVGA

March 20, 2014 Little did Brad Ullman realize that picking up range balls and cleaning golf balls at the age of 11 would serve as a prelude to his current position with the West Virginia Golf Association. more »»

One down and one to go

March 19, 2014 When Mike Fallon’s Parkersburg South Patriots and Robbie Strcula’s Parkersburg Catholic Crusaders take to the hardwood at the Charleston Civic Center on Thursday evening it will mark the area’s fina... more »»

Ganassi’s plan is on Target

March 18, 2014 Sponsors come and go in auto racing, where the strongest partnership can unravel due to financial issues, a difference of opinion or a change in corporate strategy. more »»

A perfect bracket? No way!

March 17, 2014 A perfect bracket? As they say in New Yawk, fugetaboutit. It’s not going to happen. Not to you. Not to me. Not to anyone in our lifetime. more »»

Other teams doing well at WVU

March 15, 2014 Right or wrong, WVU’s basketball teams receive the lion’s share of publicity during the winter months, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some big things happening in the other sports representing... more »»

Pennington OK if Cato passes him

March 14, 2014 Former NFL quarterback Chad Pennington realizes the inevitable is at hand as far his career rankings at Marshall University. more »»

Let the madness begin

March 13, 2014 Well, finally the madness of March has arrived. more »»

Sizing up WVU’s chances

March 12, 2014 There is no such thing as a good loss. But there are many losses in which a team plays its best and simply runs into an opponent that was a little better, at least on that particular night. more »»

May the 'Force' be with you

March 11, 2014 Age is merely a number to some people, but to the NHRA’s long-standing senior John Force, it is nothing. At 64, Force is drag racing’s force of nature. more »»

Big week for ’Eers, Patriots

March 9, 2014 It’s been a good sports week for both of my alma maters. Start with Parkersburg South. more »»

 
 

 

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