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Alumni basketball games will take place Saturday

Posted: Friday, Nov 28th, 2014
Two Grafton High School Alumni Basketball Games will take place here in the Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium this Saturday, featuring a girls' game at 5:30 p.m., and a boys' game at 6:45 p.m.
This event will be a fund-raising project for the girls' basketball program. Admission will be $1.
The rosters for the girls' game include:

Knights finished with a .500 football season

Modified: Wednesday, Nov 26th, 2014
PRUNTYTOWN -- The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Knights finished with a .500 football season, while Mike Johnson was making his debut as only the second head coach of this program.
Todd Bolyard guided the Knights to a 74-94-4 record through 23 seasons.
Johnson took over this fall and opened up the offense with a wing formation, as

Cross country & golf programs produce a state champion and an all-state athlete!

Modified: Monday, Nov 24th, 2014
For the second consecutive year, Alicia Parsons won the West Virginia High School Class A-AA Girls' Cross Country Championship.
Her effort of 20 minutes and 09.40 seconds was by far the highlight of Grafton High School's 2014 Cross Country season, as coach Eva Robinson's Lady Bearcats ran pretty much in the middle-of-the-pack for the entire season.
Meanwhile, the Bearcats were

All-state soccer honors are handed out, and McCarthy is the coach of the year!

Posted: Monday, Nov 24th, 2014
GRAFTON -- A couple of the top honors on the West Virginia High School Soccer Coaches Association's Class A-AA Boys' All-State Team came home to Grafton, after the recent voting was completed.
After guiding the Bearcats to a 15-6-4 season, winning a regional title, and then taking his team to the state tournament for the first time in

Three Grafton High School volleyball records fall

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 19th, 2014
GRAFTON -- Senior Brittany Marcavage broke the career-scoring record for the Grafton High School Girls' Volleyball Program this fall, while becoming a four-year starter and ending up with a total of 671 points.
Even though the Lady Bearcats were only posting a 5-17 season, the playing level of this year's team was much higher

These numbers add up to a wining football season!

Posted: Monday, Nov 17th, 2014
I spent about six hours this week, compiling the final numbers from the 2014 Grafton High School Football Season...A winning season, featuring six wins and four losses.
As you might have expected, Nate Moses was the team leader...He ran for 972 yards, caught 34 passes for 521 yards, racked up a total of 281 return yards and scored a team-high

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