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Bearcats take down Hawks at home

GRAFTON—The South Harrison Hawks made the trip from Lost Creek to Grafton to take on the Bearcats under the lights of McKinney Field, on Friday.

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Taylor County youth football takes on Colts

TAYLOR COUNTY—It was a cold, rainy Sunday when the Bearcubs took on the West Fairmont Colts at Mary Lou Retton Park in Fairmont. The weather couldn’t put a damper on the Bearcub Midgets’ play as they outscored the Colts 39-6.

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Knights control the field for a 50-36 win over WI

GRAFTON—The Taylor County Middle School Knights returned home on Wednesday night well prepared for their second game of the season, taking on the Washington Irving (WI) Hilltoppers at McKinney Field.

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Lady Cats out shot by Bucs

TENNERTON – The Buckhannon-Upshur soccer Lady Bucs recorded an 8-2 win over the Grafton Bearcats in Big 10 Conference action Tuesday night at the high school.

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GHS boys soccer team gets shutout by B-U Buccaneers

TENNERTON – The Grafton Bearcats dropped a 4-0 decision to the Buckhannon-Upshur Buccaneers in Big 10 Conference soccer action Tuesday afternoon.

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Mountaineers Roll Eastern Kentucky in 2020 Opener

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia had little trouble disposing of Eastern Kentucky in its COVID-19-delayed season opener this afternoon at Milan Puskar Stadium.

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GHS Golf takes on Green Hills Country Club

FAIRMONT – The Grafton Bearcat golf team finished third out of four teams in a recent quad outing at the Green Hills Country Club last Wednesday hosted by North Marion High School.

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Mountaineers begin 25th season at Iowa State

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The 25th season of West Virginia University women’s soccer officially kicks off at Iowa State on Friday, Sept. 11. Kickoff at the Cyclone Sports Complex in Ames, Iowa, is set for 7 p.m. ET.

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Midgets down Mustangs in season opener

TAYLOR COUNTY—Grafton’s Bearcub football teams hit the field last weekend in their first contest of the season. After working hard in practice, the Midget team, took on the Mustangs of Barbour County

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TCMS Knights prevail over Hawks

LOST CREEK— After weeks of long, hard and strenuous practices that pushed the players to their limits, the Taylor County Middle School Knights football team was ready to prove their hard work on the field, as they opened their season on Wednesday, September 9.

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Feel the sting! Bearcats take down East Fairmont Bees in season opener

GRAFTON—After having their first football game of the season taken away from them due to the current pandemic, the Grafton Bearcats were given the green light to go ahead play their next opponent, East Fairmont, at McKinney Field last night, since both schools were safely within the state’s metrics of permissible county cases for extracurricular activities.

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Elkins’ Wimer Field deemed unsafe for athletic competition

ELKINS—According to Randolph County Schools and Elkins Tigers Athletic Director Ross Ware, Wimer Stadium has been deemed to be unfit to be used for athletic contests.

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Grafton Golfers travel to Fairmont Field Club

GRAFTON—On Monday, the Grafton Bearcats golf team headed to the Fairmont Field Club in Marion County for a quad match hosted by Fairmont Senior which also included Lincoln and Lewis County.

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Bearcats football ready to hit the field

GRAFTON—Although the Grafton Bearcats football team finished last season with a disappointing record of 1-9, veteran head coach Rich Bord is still very optimistic about the upcoming season with all the offensive weapons he now has at his disposal.

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Glenville State announces Curtis Elam Athletic Hall of Fame Class

GLENVILLE. – Glenville State College has announced the six newest members of the Curtis Elam Athletic Hall of Fame.

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NBA playoffs return, athletes fight on

The NBA playoffs will resume.But not before a second day of postponed games.

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WVU announces fall golf schedule

MORGANTOWN—On Wednesday, WVU Athletic Director Shane Lyons announced the West Virginia University fall golf schedule for 2020.

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WSA makes contribution to Climbing Higher Campaign

MORGANTOWN—The Women Supporting Athletics members of the Mountaineer Athletic Club have chosen to make a $50,000 contribution to the Climbing Higher Campaign in support of the Break Room at the Milan Puskar Center.

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Reed Between the Lines Sports Editor Scott Reed talks with Midget Football Coach Doug Devart

In this edition of Reed Between the Lines: Grafton Bearcubs Midget Head Coach Doug Devart.

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Justice overrules WVSSAC’s decision on allowing bands to perform at games

WEST VIRGINIA—West Virginia Governor Jim Justice said Tuesday that marching bands will be allowed to perform at public school football games amid the Coronavirus pandemic, reversing the WVSSAC’s ruling from a day earlier.

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Grafton Bearcat golf team travels to Berkeley Springs

GRAFTON—While other programs are still practicing and getting ready for their respective seasons to begin, the Grafton High School golf team has now completed the first third of their schedule, competing at the Cacapon Golf Classic in Berkeley Springs on Thursday.

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MVBOA to conduct training classes

TAYLOR COUNTY—If you think you can do a better job than the refs, here is your chance!

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WVSSAC restricts bands from high school football games

GRAFTON—According to the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission, no marching bands will be permitted at West Virginia middle and high school football games this season.

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Grafton Golfers compete in two tournaments

GRAFTON—After two solid performances in which they finished tied for second in a quad match and finished first the next day in yet another, the Grafton Bearcats golf team sent four golfers to two scheduled tournaments in the past four days at various courses in NCWV.

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Requirements set regarding fall sports fan attendance

TAYLOR COUNTY—According to a not-so popular announcement on Friday by the WVSSAC that attendance at high school sporting events will be extremely limited this fall due to COVID-19 precautions, fans in the stands will essentially be limited to immediate family members of athletes and players.

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WVU Mountaineers hit the field in a recent scrimmage

MORGANTOWN—The West Virginia Mountaineers football team participated in an 88-play, two-hour scrimmage last Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium.

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Timberwolves win top pick in draft

FLORIDA—As the first round of the NBA playoffs are taking place in the “bubble” at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fl, the 2020 NBA draft lottery was also taking place.

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WVU to go fanless for opening game

MORGANTOWN—The West Virginia University football team still plans on kicking off their 2020 season against Eastern Kentucky on September 12th, but not a lot of people will be there to see it.

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Grafton Bearcats golf team opens the 2020 season

GRAFTON—Although times have been tough for our local athletes lately, Taylor County was still able to kick off fall sports competition as the Grafton High School golf team hosted Fairmont Senior, Elkins, and Trinity Christian at the Tygart Lake Public Golf Course on Tuesday.

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NCAA Basketball VP Dan Gavitt provides update

TAYLOR COUNTY—It’s not too early to be thinking about winter sports already, is it? On Monday, NCAA Senior Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt issued a statement on the continued preparations for the 2020-21 season and declared that possible alternatives are being considered for the original November 10th start date as a result of the current pandemic.

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New COVID-19 saliva test coming soon

TAYLOR COUNTY—For the first time since March, when the COVID-19 virus brought a halt to academics and athletics, some potentially good news has been making its rounds in the past couple of days.

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Reed Between the Lines with GHS Football's Ian Baker

In this edition of Reed Between the Lines: Grafton Bearcats Football Player Ian Baker

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Taylor County athletes begins Fall Sports practices

TAYLOR COUNTY—In the midst of uncertainty surrounding high school and middle school athletics in the state of West Virginia due to the current pandemic, GHS, TCMS, and the county’s local youth programs were still able to begin practicing on Monday for fall sports.

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Reed Between the Lines Sports Editor Scott Reed talks sports with Brooklyn Palmer

In this edition of Reed Between the Lines: Grafton Lady Bearcats Soccer Player Brooklyn Palmer

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WVU announces updated schedule

MORGANTOWN—Six home games and four Big 12 road dates comprise the new 2020 West Virginia University football schedule, which was released by WVU Athletic Director Shane Lyons on Wednesday.

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MEC pushes fall sports to the spring

TAYLOR COUNTY—Following last week’s announcement from the NCAA Board of Governors regarding the cancellation of 2020 NCAA Division II Fall Championships due to the current pandemic, the Mountain East Conference (MEC) Board of Directors announced the postponement of fall sports until the spring semester.

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NBA playoffs nearly set

TAYLOR COUNTY—After two weeks in the “bubble” at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, the NBA playoff bracket is nearly set. Results from Wednesday’s games filled in five of the six unknown matchups for Round 1 of the postseason, which will begin on August 15th.

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Big 12 Conference moves forward with fall sports seasons

TAYLOR COUNTY—On the same day that the Big 10 and PAC-12 conferences decided to cancel their fall sports seasons, the Big 12 Board of Directors agreed to move forward and proceed with playing.

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Reed Between the Lines Sports Editor Scott Reed talks basketball with Andrew Gallo

In this edition of Reed Between the Lines: GHS Basketball Player Andrew Gallo

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NFHS tracking state high school federation seasons

TAYLOR COUNTY—The National Federation of State High School Associations is currently tracking the status of high school sports as fall approaches.

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PA gov. announces fall sports may be delayed until January

TAYLOR COUNTY—As thousands of Pennsylvania high school football players continue to prepare for a potential fall football season and West Virginia schools wait on PA’s ultimate decision, the latest suggestions from the state’s leadership does not appear to provide an optimistic outlook.

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NCAA football preseason coaches’ poll released

MORGANTOWN—Although many college football schedules for the upcoming season are still not set, new rankings are being posted almost daily.

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GHS golfer Chris Miller excels on the Callaway Junior Tour

GRAFTON—While other athletes are waiting on the fate of their fall and winter sports seasons, one Grafton Bearcat was able to take advantage of this summer’s beautiful weather and develop his game even further to be prepared for his potential fall season.

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WVSSAC releases new cheer, volleyball, and cross country guidelines

TAYLOR COUNTY—The West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission (WVSSAC) has released its modifications for cheer, volleyball, and cross country for the upcoming season. Here are the modifications:

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Big 12 Conference goes Conference + One in football

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Big 12 Conference Board of Directors approved a revised scheduling model for the upcoming college football season that will include nine conference games and one non-conference game, the league confirmed on Monday.

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MLB considering shutting down just weeks into the season

TAYLOR COUNTY—Unless conditions improve drastically in the next few weeks (or even days), Major League Baseball might call it quits much sooner than expected after it’s shortened 2020 season hit COVID-19 snags almost immediately.

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MPSSAA postpones fall and winter high school sports

MARYLAND—The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) has postponed the fall and winter high school sports seasons, with the Coronavirus pandemic continuing and recent positive results rising.

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Ohio suspends fall scrimmages

OHIO—On Tuesday, the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) suspended interscholastic scrimmages in football, soccer, cross country, and field hockey until further notice.

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MEC announces updated plans for fall athletics

TAYLOR COUNTY—More changes appear to be coming as the Mountain East Conference announced last week its updated plans for fall athletic competition.

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Fairmont State creates the Fairmont State Varsity Club

FAIRMONT—Designed to promote and preserve friendships formed among the Fairmont State Athletics family, the Fairmont State University Foundation and the Fairmont State Department of Athletics have announced the creation of the “Varsity Club.”

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WVSSAC recommendations for the high school golf seasons

The West Virginia Secondary Schools Commission (WVSSAC) just released its recommendations for the upcoming golf season.

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Fairmont State cancels all summer athletic opportunities

FAIRMONT—Just like many other colleges and universities who have recently had to modify or cancel upcoming summer athletic opportunities, the Fairmont State athletic department has also been forced to make a tough call. Effective immediately, all athletic summer camps, elite camps, clinics, and showcases that were scheduled to take place on the FSU campus prior to August 31st have now been canceled.

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WVU Mountaineer Football Defensive Coaching roles for 2020 set

MORGANTOWN—After West Virginia University and former defensive coordinator Vic Koenning agree to part ways last week, WVU head football coach Neal Brown announced that the Mountaineer defensive coaching staff will share responsibilities “by committee” for the upcoming season.

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Update given on WV High School Football Schedules

WEST VIRGINIA—With the new start date of September 3rd for West Virginia high school football, athletic directors and coaching staffs are scrambling to schedule as many games as they can into their ten-week seasons, especially with the recent announcement that the state of Virginia will not play high school football this fall.

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GHS catcher invited to play in North American Softball World Series

GRAFTON—While many athletes are waiting on the fate of their fall and winter sports seasons, one Grafton Bearcat recently had the opportunity to play against some of the top softball competition in the country.

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WVU officials give COVID-19 testing update

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The following are updated COVID-19 testing numbers from the West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics as of July 17.

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Teams continue to battle on the ball field

2020 Taylor County Little League Standings as of 7/20/20

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All NBA COVID-19 Tests return negative results

TAYLOR COUNTY—The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association announced on Monday that out of the 346 players tested for COVID-19 at the league’s bubble campus in Orlando, Florida since July 13th, none tested positive for the virus.

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College Sprint Football League cancels upcoming season

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL) announced on Friday that the 2020 fall season will not occur now due to safety concerns rising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Virginia cancels High School Football, affecting West Virginia

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Virginia High School League (VHSL) announced last Wednesday that the state has decided to cancel football season for this fall, as schools continue to focus on reopening safely during the current pandemic.

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Taylor County Soccer Association announces Fall Registration

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Soccer Association has announced that registration for the 2020 fall season is now underway.

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2020 Alderson Broaddus football schedule released

PHILIPPI—Alderson Broaddus University will begin their first season in the Mountain East Conference by playing an all-conference football schedule, featuring ten games, the athletic department announced recently.

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WVSSAC Director Bernie Dolan gives latest updates

TAYLOR COUNTY—As teams around the state continue working out in preparation for the unknown, the Grafton Bearcats and Taylor County Knights entered Phase III of the WVSSAC’s three-phase plan on Monday, conditioning at various locations around the county.

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WVU basketball to postpone workouts due to COVID

MORGANTOWN—After consulting with medical officials, the West Virginia University Department of Athletics has postponed the start of the men’s basketball team workouts for 14 days following their most recent COVID-19 test results.

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NFLPA and the NFL at odds over terms of returning

TAYLOR COUNTY—Continuing with the recent trend of player/ownership disagreement on how to safely return to the playing field, NFLPA President JC Tretter wrote in a blog post on Tuesday that the league “is unwilling to prioritize player safety and believes that the virus will bend to football,” pouring more fuel on the fire over the terms of training camp and the preseason amid the recent pandemic.

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MLB resumes under new protocols

TAYLOR COUNTY—Whatever you want to call Major League Baseball Spring Training now (since it’s the summer), the league began its new protocol on Wednesday by testing for the coronavirus. If teams’ players clear, workouts will begin on Friday across the country in their respective ballparks.

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The Thundering Herd begins preseason conditioning

HUNTINGTON—This past Monday morning, voluntary workouts inside the Chris Cline Athletic Complex in Huntington signaled the restart of Marshall athletics after nearly three months of inactivity. According to the athletic staff, the primary goal for Monday’s sessions was safety.

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Taylor County Little League back in action after COVID delay

GRAFTON—Due to the recent uncertainty surrounding the safety of its coaches, players and families as the number positive COVID-19 cases in the county spiked temporarily, the Taylor County Little League took a week off before resuming play this past Monday.

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Bernie Dolan gives latest WVSSAC updates amid COVID-19 pandemic

GRAFTON—Although Grafton High School athletics took a week off from voluntary offseason conditioning, they, as well as many other high school athletes across the state, are working through Phase II of the WVSSAC approved model to return to offseason workouts.

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GMEISA given to schools across the state

TAYLOR COUNTY—Although winter prep sports in the state were disrupted and spring sports were completely eliminated, the WV Gazette in Charleston still gave out their respective annual “Excellence in Sports Awards” to schools in each of the three classifications.

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Fairmont State Student-Athletes excel in the classroom

FAIRMONT—A model of excellence in the classroom during the spring 2020 semester, 215 Fairmont State University student-athletes in 17 athletics programs recorded a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, an increase of 10 from the 2019 fall semester.

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Lindy’s Magazine previews WVU Football

MORGANTOWN—Lindy’s, a preseason sports magazine publisher and online destination featuring sports news, scores, columns, opinions, and expert analysis for college football, has hit local newsstands and this year’s edition features WVU junior running back Leddie Brown on the regional cover.

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Fairmont State University Falcons Basketball signs six players

FAIRMONT—A pair of Division I transfers and four high school stars will be joining an already experienced roster which includes five seniors and nine returning players as Fairmont State basketball recently announced their 2020 recruiting class.

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Former Bearcat Snively named to CSCAA Board of Directors

FAIRMONT—1993 Grafton High School graduate Patrick Snively, who enters his 20th season as the Fairmont State head men’s’ and women’s’ swimming coach, was recently named to the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Board of Directors.

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Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium to get new gym floor

GRAFTON—Desperately in need of being updated, the Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium floor at Grafton High School is currently in the process of getting a whole new look.

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MLB to implement a 60-Game schedule

TAYLOR COUNTY—After nearly three months of unsuccessful talks with the union ended without a negotiated settlement, Major League Baseball announced on Monday that it plans to impose a 60-game schedule that will begin around July 24th, but first needs players to sign off on a health-and-safety waiver and to pledge to arrive at home stadiums by July 1st in order to prepare for the season

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GHS Athletics to take a week off from workouts

GRAFTON—Due to a positive COVID-19 case among a school-aged individual in the county, Grafton High School has suspended voluntary conditioning for a week due to concerns that some of the athletes may have come in contact with that person and/or their family member(s).

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Best Virginia withdraws from The Basketball Tournament

MORGANTOWN—“Best Virginia,” the West Virginia University alumni basketball team, will be replaced in the field of 24 at The Basketball Tournament after a team member tested positive for COVID-19.

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WorldTeam Tennis adds prominent names to their rosters

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, WV—Already jam-packed with a lineup of star players set to compete during the 45th season of World TeamTennis, the organization has added even more popular names to the event which will take place at “America’s Resort,” The Greenbrier, in White Sulphur Springs, W.V.

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Gatorade Player of the Year named

MORGANTOWN—Morgantown High’s Sammie Brown, a senior midfielder who led the Mohigans to the Class AAA state championship last fall after a 20-2-1 record, has been selected as West Virginia’s Gatorade Player of the Year in girls’ soccer.

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WVU and Pitt to renew rivalry in men’s basketball

MORGANTOWN—Back by popular demand, West Virginia Athletic Director Shane Lyons announced on Thursday that WVU and Pitt have agreed to an additional two-game series in men’s basketball starting next year.

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Kirkendoll and Canterbury win Bench Awards

WEST VIRGINIA—Eli Kirkendoll, a senior at Lincoln County High School, and Jess Canterbury, a senior at Herbert Hoover High School, have been selected as the Johnny Bench Award winners for the state of West Virginia.

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Reed Between the Lines Sports Editor Scott Reed talks with GHS Assistant Football Coach Mickey Foley

In this edition of Reed Between the Lines: GHS Assistant Football Coach Mickey Foley

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WVU football to use digital ticketing

MORGANTOWN—Citing improved health and safety measures, contactless points of entry, added convenience, and ease of flow through the gates, the WVU Department of Athletics will make the transition to mobile ticketing for the 2020 football season.

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Fairmont State XC signs four runners

FAIRMONT—According to Fairmont State University head cross country coach Sarah Amos, four student-athletes have signed their Letters of Intent (LOI) to continue their athletic careers at FSU, starting with the 2020 season.

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Betty Puskar dies at the age of 80

MORGANTOWN—A long-time supporter of both West Virginia University and WVU Medicine, Betty Puskar died on Sunday at the age of 80 at her home in Morgantown.

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Mountain East Conference announces plans for fall 2020 return

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va.—Following approval of its Board of Directors, the Mountain East Conference has today announced its plans for the fall semester of competition.

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Softball Summer Camps scheduled For July 13-16 canceled

FAIRMONT, W.Va.—The Fairmont State softball team has announced the cancellation of its summer Prospect ID Camp and Residential Prospect Camp that were scheduled during the month of July on the Fairmont State University campus.

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AB accepts invitation to join the Mountain East Conference

PHILIPPI—Alderson Broaddus University’s application for permanent membership into the Mountain Athletic Conference was unanimously approved by the league’s Board of Directors last Friday.

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Four Golfers sign with Fairmont State

FAIRMONT—According to Fairmont State University head men’s golf coach Sarah Yost, the Fighting Falcons will add four student-athletes for the upcoming 2020-21 season, including one of Grafton’s own standouts.

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TCMS begins summer conditioning and workouts

GRAFTON—As multiple Grafton Bearcats’ programs began gathering participation numbers and started their summer conditioning programs, many of the TCMS sports’ teams also began preparing themselves for one or more of the “phases” that has been set forth by the SSAC.

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Preseason Magazines offer their take on 2020 Mountaineers

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.(John Antonik /WVUSports)—For many years, West Virginia’s best football seasons were usually the ones that were unexpected by the outsiders.

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Taylor County Little League receives approval to play

TAYLOR COUNTY—After weeks of uncertainty during the current pandemic, a sigh of relief was breathed by many as the Taylor County Little League (TCLL) received approval to begin practicing for the 2020 season.

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Grafton Bearcats Football begins conditioning with restrictions

GRAFTON—Now that the WVSSAC has released a set of guidelines for counties to follow as they begin summer conditioning, the Grafton Bearcats’ football team met at the high school on Monday to begin navigating their way through “Phase 1” of the recommended three-phase process.

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Grafton High School’s Joey Dingeldein signs with Fairmont State

GRAFTON—Although the Grafton Bearcats football program struggled to get much going last season, one of their own is heading off to play football at the collegiate level next season.

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Butts welcomes Muhammad back to West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—West Virginia University gymnastics coach Jason Butts has announced the hiring of former Mountaineer NCAA All-American Zaakira Muhammad as an assistant coach.

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WVSSAC makes update to prep conditioning, practices and games

TAYLOR COUNTY—It’s been approximately three months since the suspension (and eventual cancellation) of multiple winter and fall sports, but high school athletes around the state could return to their practice facilities for offseason conditioning as early as Monday.

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Grafton Gators support city’s decision

GRAFTON— By now the Grafton Gators Swim Team is typically well into their season, gliding through the waters of city pools throughout the area, hoping to make a top spot in their heats.

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WVU Season Ticket sales underway

MORGANTOWN—According to university officials, West Virginia has currently sold 13,200 football season ticket packages, up from approximately 7,500 just last week per Matt Wells, Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs.

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Paying athletes a cause of concern for smaller sports

TAYLOR COUNTY—As expected, college coaches in non-revenue sports are voicing their concerns about the impact that paying athletes will have on their respective programs.

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WVSSAC allows youth and prep sports to resume again

TAYLOR COUNTY—The green light was given by Governor Jim Justice this past Friday for youth and prep athletics to resume again on June 8th across the state of West Virginia.

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College Baseball Season likely to start four weeks later

TAYLOR COUNTY—A proposal to delay the beginning of the college baseball season by four weeks, very similar to the one that WVU head baseball coach Randy Mazey has previously suggested, is gaining steam and grabbing serious consideration from some of the sports’ most notable coaches.

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North/South All-Star Football Classic canceled

CHARLESTON—The Annual North/South All-Star Football Classic at South Charleston High School isn’t going to happen after all.

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Zack Lake wins the Alderson Broaddus Senior Skirmy Award

PHILIPPI—Another Alderson Broaddus star athlete with ties to Grafton has once again won the Battlers’ Skirmy Award, given annually to both an outstanding male and female athlete at the university.

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WVUhoops social media accounts make the Power Dozen

MORGANTOWN—According to Skull Sparks, an NCAA sports digital and design firm based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, West Virginia men’s basketball’s social media accounts are now considered among the NCAA’s “Power Dozen.”

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World TeamTennis and the Greenbrier Resort in negotiations

GREENBRIER COUNTY—Professional tennis players may be making their way to Greenbrier County soon as a result of the top international tennis tours ceasing to operate since early March with no tour events expected to resume until August at the earliest.

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WVSSAC Director talks prep football

TAYLOR COUNTY—As fans wait anxiously for the decision to be made regarding fall sports, West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission Executive Director Bernie Dolan says he is optimistic that there will be a high school football season in the state this year.

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Mountaineer Basketball recap

MORGANTOWN—In a matter of seconds, the WVU men’s basketball team had their hopes of a deep postseason run dashed last Thursday as word of the rapidly-spreading coronavirus made its way around high school, college, and professional athletics in just a matter of hours.

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GHS Seniors express emotions over the cancellation of their final season

GRAFTON—Now that the start to spring sports in Taylor County have either been suspended and/or eliminated due to COVID-19, so too are many camps, clinics, tournaments, leagues, and organized practices for our local teams.

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Beltner's season long efforts earn him Student Athlete of the Week

Logan Beltner of the Grafton Bearcats’ basketball team is named this week’s Taylor County Student-Athlete of the Week for his outstanding performances throughout the season

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Cats put a damper on Cougar's Senior Night

SHINNSTON—Winners of five of their last six games, the Grafton Bearcats boys’ basketball team headed to Shinnston on Wednesday to take on the Lincoln Cougars, who came into the game sporting a 14-7 record after a lopsided 65-30 win at Wyoming East just four days before.

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TCMS volleyball game recap

PRUNTYTOWN – The Taylor County Middle School volleyball team finished their 2018 season last week. Here are their results for their final games of the season. 10/8/2018 - The girls were on the road in Elkins. The Hornets won in the contest 2 to 1. Natalea Mumaw had three blocks, Caroline Wellman had three aces and Daisy Charlton had one ace. In JV action the Knights lost both sets to Elkins. Andie Toothman, Destiny Weaver and Autumn Ware all had one ace while Sierra Persinger and Toothman had one kill.

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