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HUNTINGTON — Herd baseball (8-27, 4-19 C-USA) couldn’t overcome the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers’ (22-21, 12-11 C-USA) bats as it fell in both games of Saturday’s double header in Huntington 6-1 and 15-5.

HUNTINGTON — With the passage of a new one-time transfer rule by the NCAA, it was only a matter of time before the effects of that decision trickled down to Marshall University, athletic administrators said Thursday.

Marshall senior midfielder Pedro Dolabella finally gets his shot in the NCAA College Cup next week after a suspension resulting from an administrative error in relation to card accumulation left him as a spectator for the Herd's 2019 NCAA run. Dolabella leads the Herd against Fordham on May 2.

Lincoln County High senior John Blankenship has committed to play basketball for the University of Charleston Golden Eagles in the fall of 2021.

With Marshall featuring more blitz pressure in 2021, Marshall's cornerbacks will be on an island on the outside. Marshall football coach Charles Huff said his group is embracing that challenge as spring rolls on.

NEWTOWN — The Lincoln County Panthers held Mingo Central leading scorer Jarius Jackson scoreless and limited the Miners to only four points in the final quarter on Friday night as they came away with the 47-41 road win in a game played high atop Miner Mountain.

Lincoln County 56 Point Pleasant 55: Lincoln County got 20 points from John Blankenship and 12 from Scooter Phillips as the Panthers (8-6) outscored the Big Blacks 28-26 in the second half to nip Point Pleasant at Panther Pavilion on Thursday night. Hunter Bush paced Point Pleasant with 17 a…

Marshall football coach Charles Huff is eager for Green-White weekend, which features a Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon for former Marshall players on Friday night, and the fountain ceremony and Spring Game on Saturday.

INSTITUTE – The Walker Convocation Center in Institute played host to a quality prep basketball game on March 16 as Lincoln County’s girls nipped Lewis County, 64-62.