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PARKERSBURG — A combination of the running game, big passing plays, and four turnovers doomed the hosting Parkersburg Big Reds, as Spring Valley raced to a 34-10 victory at Stadium Field to improve to .500 on the young season on Friday night.

The 2021-2022 Lincoln County cheerleaders recently hosted their media day and posed for a team photo. Pictured from left to right in front row are Captains Katie Watts & Sam Nelson. In the second row from left to right are Braylan Shimp, Lauren Lucas, Jennifer Eplin, Kellen Ramey, and Ja…

SPENCER — The Lincoln County Panthers entered Friday nights game at Roane County shorthanded as they had four starters out due to being in COVID-19 quarantine. Add in the fact that star running back Isiah Smith did not play in the game after halftime, and one would think the Panthers would b…

Huntington's offense racked up 453 yards while the defense forced four turnovers and limited Parkersburg quarterback Bryson Singer in a 47-7 romp at Bob Sang Stadium on Friday night.

SPENCER — Head coach Bradley Likens’ Lincoln County Panthers will look to get back on track and pick up their first win of the 2021 season this Friday night as they are scheduled to hit the road and travel to play Roane County.

HUNTINGTON — When two rivals and state-title contenders meet in the first week of the West Virginia high school football season, there really is no telling what might happen.

HUNTINGTON — As the Charles Huff era starts at Marshall, the former Alabama assistant coach doesn’t mince words about his expectations.

PHELPS, Ky. — The Phelps Hornets will be full of youth in the 2021 season as they are looking to replace 10 seniors that were lost to graduation a season ago.

Marshall wide receiver Corey Gammage is a big-bodied target that has brought a sharper mental focus into 2021 with a new system and new staff on board for the Thundering Herd. When mentally locked in, Gammage is one of Marshall's biggest mismatches offensively.

HAMLIN — After weeks of anticipation, head coach Bradley Likens and his Lincoln County Panthers will take the field on Friday night as they are set to open the 2021 regular season with a matchup against Princeton at Lions Club Field in Hamlin.

In a battle of defending national champions, University of Charleston, the 2019 Division II champion, came to Hoops Family Field and defeated Division I champ Marshall, 4-3, in a spirited battle of in-state teams during a soggy exhibition on Thursday.

HAMLIN — The Lincoln County girls soccer team recently held their Media Day as team pictures were taken for the 2021 season.

WAYNE — This past weekend across the Mountain State high school football teams were playing their final scrimmage games in preparation for the 2021 season. The Lincoln County Panthers made the trip to play the Wayne Pioneers played in last tune-up game before they start the season on Friday …

NAUGATUCK — The Tug Valley High School football program has became one of the most consistent small school programs in the Mountain State over the course of the past decade as they have qualified for the playoffs eight times since 2010 and in six of the past seven seasons.

SETH — First year Head Football Coach Kevin Buzzard is an optimist and his positive outlook serves as a continuation of the groundwork put down by retired skipper Michael Showalter, who Buzzard served under as an assistant coach.

With West Virginia making such a big leap from 2019 to 2020 without the benefit of spring practices or normal summer workouts, both of which were wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic, what will coach Neal Brown and his staff be able to do after a normal off-season heading into 2021?

While goals and flashy plays provided signature moments for Marshall's national championship in men's soccer, the consistent defensive play of Collin Mocyunas and Nathan Dossantos was the key component. It will again be so as the duo reunites for Marshall's title defense in 2021.

Marshall head coach Charles Huff said he was pleased to get back in a game-type situation during Saturday's scrimmage, but added that his team has a long way to go after seeing too many mistakes in execution.