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Lady Bearcats are still undefeated

Posted: Friday, Sep 4th, 2015
GRAFTON -- With a 1-1 tie against Liberty Monday evening in Clarksburg, and a lop-sided 11-0 win over Frankfort here on McKinney Field Tuesday, the Grafton High School Girls' Soccer Team is still undefeated.
They are now 2-0-3 overall, and 1-0-2 against Big Ten Conference opponents.
Kirsten Phillips gave Liberty an early 1-0 lead. Then, Sydney Keener

Grafton’s runners open cross country season

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 2nd, 2015
GRAFTON -- Coach Eva Robinson took eight of her Grafton High School runners to the Bridgeport Sports Complex at Charles Point for the Indian Run Cross Country Invitational Meet that was held last Saturday morning.
This was the season-opening races for the Bearcats and the Lady Bearcats.
However, all of the big winners during this event were wearing

Grafton wins the first Arch Coal Bowl over Philip Barbour in dramatic fashion

Posted: Monday, Aug 31st, 2015
GRAFTON -- Philip Barbour's running back Chris Neville and Grafton's quarterback Cole Collins were selected as the Most Valuable Players for their respective teams, shortly after the first Arch Coal Bowl ended here on McKinney Field.
Neville ran for 105 yards and scored both touchdowns for the Colts, while Collins ran for 117 yards and one touchdown and

Taylor County runners open their season at St. Marys

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 26th, 2015
PRUNTYTOWN -- Aubree Collins turned in a top-15 finish to lead the Taylor County Cross Country runners during their season-opening trip to St. Marys last Saturday for the Autumn Classic Invitational.
Collins tripped the clock at 15 minutes and 58.5 seconds, a little more than three minutes off of the winning pace of Ripley's Tori Starcher, which was

Second scrimmage was a ‘lackadaisical effort’

Posted: Monday, Aug 24th, 2015
FAIRMONT -- The second scrimmage for the Grafton High School Football Team did not go so well, as the speedy and talented Fairmont West Polar Bears scored five touchdowns during the action here inside the walls at East-West Stadium last Thursday evening.
"I think this was very ‘lackadaisical effort' on out part," said Grafton's head coach Drew Toth.

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