The Bobcats of Frostburg State overwhelmed the Concord University Mountain Lions 52-14 on Saturday afternoon in CU’s first home football game of the year.
Princeton High boys soccer picked up a 2-1 victory Saturday for their fourth win in a row and Mercer Christian Academy rolled to a co-ed soccer victory Friday.
This team that had managed only 64 rushing yards in the first two games posted 173 in this one against their former defensive coordinator, Tony Gibson. And, most important, they won the second half, which is a sign of determination, of guts, of digging deep.
The two turning points in Friday evening’s Independence at River View football meeting came early in the contest and on back-to-back plays, on only the fifth and six snaps of the game.
Lord Botetourt wide receiver Kyle Arnholt made a spectacular catch and run for a score to complete a Cavaliers 20-14 win comeback over visiting Bluefield on Friday night.
Graham rarely had the ball but were able to make the most of when it had it to beat Giles ' ball-hogging single wing offense 35-3 Friday night at Mitchell Stadium.
A Pick 6 by Josiah Jordan late in the first half turned momentum Tazewell’s way for good and all and the Bulldogs exploded in the fourth quarter to seal a 42-18 victory over Mount View at Witten Field-Bulldog Stadium on Friday night.
Atticus Goodson carried the football 19 times for 244 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Patriots on a front-to-back 28-0 victory over the homestanding Raiders.
Monroe Mohler threw for two touchdowns, ran for one and returned a punt for another as James Monroe handed Greenbrier West its first loss, 42-27.
The ability to stop the run coupled with clutch offense gave the Green Wave their third win of the season against a Region 1D champion program that faced Riverheads in last year's Class 1 state title game.
Princeton freshman quarterback Grant Cochran passed for 337 yards and four scores and the Tigers rolled to a 49-9 win over visiting Oak Hill at Hunnicutt Stadium on Friday night.
The Wolfpack (2-0) have outscored opponents by a combined 75-6 and travel Saturday to face West Virginia, which might have been a formidable opponent a year ago had the matchup not been canceled by Hurricane Florence.
This Week's Circulars
3 p.m., at the Faith Center Church in Bluefield.
Noon, at the Fanning Funeral Home Chapel in Iaeger. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Memorial Park, Bluewell.
2 p.m., graveside service at Archer Cemetery in Lashmeet.
11 a.m., graveside service at Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Bluewell. Burial will follow.
- State Police confirm at least one criminal charge to come against Natalie Cochran
- Jury finds McDowell County man guilty of first-degree murder
- Two charged with operating a meth lab in McDowell County
- State Police searching for man who fled during I-77 traffic stop
- One injured in arson fire in McDowell County, suspect charged with attempted murder
- Tazewell sheriff recognized by Virginia governor
- Murder trial continues for McDowell man
- Former Tazewell County judge elected to Virginia Supreme Court seat
- Descendants of former Mercer sheriff to decide fate of antique ‘Tommy Gun’
- Tigers chew up Red Devils, 49-9