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Bearcats tumble to Red Riders, 47-32

Posted: Monday, Sep 22nd, 2014
GRAFTON -- It was a non-conference high school football game full of momentum swings and a quarterback who could not be stopped here at McKinney Field last Friday night, as the Weir Red Riders rode out of town with a 47-32 victory over the Grafton Bearcats.
The Red Riders scored twice on a pair of one-yard-touchdown runs by

Knights ‘play well’ in Johnson’s first win

Posted: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014
GRAFTON -- The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Football Team defeated the Clarksburg Washington Irving (WI) Hilltoppers, 30-20, here on McKinney Field Wednesday evening to give Mike Johnson his first win as the head coach of this program.
"Hopefully that is the first of many wins," coach Johnson said, with a smile. "Our kids played pretty well tonight."

Soccer Bearcats win their fifth in a row

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 17th, 2014
GRAFTON -- "After beating the Berkeley Springs Indians in the sectional championship game last year, we knew this would be a tough game up at their place," said Grafton High School Boys' Soccer Coach Bryant McCarthy.
Well, as the old saying goes, ‘When the going gets tough...The tough get going!'
That was certainly the case for the Bearcats,

Lady Bearcats win a conference volleyball match

Modified: Monday, Sep 15th, 2014
GRAFTON -- Senior co-captains Brittany Marcavage and Jaymie Snider led the Grafton High School Lady Bearcats to a 25-15 & 25-16 victory over the home-standing North Marion Lady Huskies last Thursday night in Rachel.
This was no ordinary win...The Grafton girls finally got the ‘monkey' off of their backs by beating the Lady Huskies.
The ‘monkey' was the

Lady Bearcats take another soccer match

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 10th, 2014
GRAFTON -- The Grafton High School Lady Bearcats took another non-conference soccer match last Saturday, September 6, by defeating the Petersburg Lady Vikings, 7-1, here on the turf of McKinney field.
"We controlled the tempo," said coach Lorraine Isner. "We spent most of the afternoon playing on their end of the field, attacking their net, and eventually coming

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