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Fairmont West runs past Grafton’s boys, 75-49

Posted: Monday, Jan 26th, 2015
FAIRMONT -- The home-standing Fairmont West High School Polar Bears ran past the Grafton Bearcats by a 75-49 margin here in the Woody Williams Marion County Armory last Thursday, January 22.
The Polar Bears ran off 23-12 and 25-8 point spreads during the first two quarters of this Big Ten Conference basketball game to take a 49-20 lead

Preston knocks off Grafton, 73-64, during a battle of state-ranked teams

Posted: Friday, Jan 23rd, 2015
GRAFTON -- In a showdown between the seventh-ranked Class AAA Preston Knights and the seventh-ranked Class AA Grafton Bearcats here in the Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium Tuesday night, the bigger school came out on top of a close ball game.
Those respective rankings are according to the first edition of the WVMETRONEWS Power Index.
Preston improved its record

Six Bearcats compete at Braxton County Big 16

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 21st, 2015
GRAFTON -- Coach Keith Zebley took six Grafton High School Bearcats to Flatwoods last weekend to compete in the Braxton County High School Big-16 Wrestling Tournament. The two-day event began on Friday, January 16, and wrapped up on Saturday, January 17.
"Next to the state tournament, we saw the toughest competition that we will see this season during

Bearcats bounce the Tigers, 75-50

Posted: Monday, Jan 19th, 2015
GRAFTON -- Bouncing back from a dismal night of shooting the basketball (19-of-50 for 38 percent) last Tuesday night in Weston, the Grafton Bearcats took care of the Lincoln Cougars during a Big Ten Conference boys' basketball game that was played here in the Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium last Thursday, January 15.
In this home contest, coach Any Sorine's

Ohio State wins first college football play-off national championship

Modified: Friday, Jan 16th, 2015
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Ohio State was done when Braxton Miller got hurt in August...Ohio State was done when it lost at home to Virginia Tech way back in September...Ohio State was done when J. T. Barrett got hurt in November.
But, a funny thing happened: Every time the Buckeyes looked done, they kept getting better. And, in

Lady Bearcats overcome a slow start to top the Minutemaids

Posted: Friday, Jan 16th, 2015
GRAFTON -- Freshman guard Allison Peters hit a three-point field goal with only 45 seconds left to play during Wednesday's Big Ten Conference girls' basketball game between the home-standing Grafton Lady Bearcats and the visiting Lewis County Minutemaids here in the Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium.
That shot by Peters gave Grafton a 43-41 lead. Then, senior guard Brittany Marcavage

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