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Athletes from ten schools run in the Bearcat Invitational

Posted: Friday, Apr 17th, 2015
GRAFTON -- Athletes from ten area schools showed up here at McKinney Field Tuesday for the annual Bearcat Invitational Track & Field Meet, as the Lady Huskies of North Marion and the Bees of East Fairmont won their respective competitions.
The Lady Bearcats scored 58 points and placed third in the girls' division.
Those final team scores looked

Grafton’s netters tumble twice, then beat Elkins

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
GRAFTON -- Both of the Grafton High School Tennis Teams tumbled twice late last week, while only winning a total of four sets in two days.
Then, they traveled to Elkins Monday and swept the home-standing Elkins teams.
The Bearcats lost a 3-4 decision to the Lincoln Cougars on Friday, April 10, and suffered through a 0-7

Knights entertain track & field athletes from six other schools

Modified: Monday, Apr 13th, 2015
GRAFTON -- Coach John Sines and his Taylor County Middle School Knights entertained athletes from six other schools here on McKinney Field last Wednesday, April 8, during a track & field meet.
The Knights scored a total of 50 points and wound up in fifth place out of seven teams during a meet that was shortened by the

Grafton’s track & field teams compete in Kingwood

Posted: Friday, Apr 10th, 2015
GRAFTON -- The Grafton High School Track & Field Teams traveled to Kingwood Tuesday afternoon and competed in their season-opening meet against athletes from East Fairmont, Philip Barbour and home-standing Preston High Schools.
Coach Eva Robinson's Lady Bearcats scored a total of 53 points and finished in second place. The final scoring from the girls' division looked like

Baseball Bearcats rally past the Eagles, 7-6

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 8th, 2015
CLARKSBURG -- A solid relief effort on the mound by Brandon Davis, along with a clutch seventh-inning two-run homer off the bat of Justice Keener helped the Grafton High School Baseball Team register a 7-6 come-from-behind victory over the home-standing Robert C. Byrd Eagles here Monday afternoon.
The Bearcats out-hit the Eagles by an 8-6 margin. Keener wound

Baseball Bearcats win three out of four games

Posted: Monday, Apr 6th, 2015
GRAFTON -- The Grafton High School Baseball Bearcats have won three of their last four games, while hitting a total of six home runs during their first five outings of the season.
Zach Musgrove has hit three home runs, most recently against the Buckhannon-Upshur Buccaneers and the Philip Barbour Colts, as well as, an opening day round-tripper against

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