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Old gold and blue fits Madonna’s Martin well

July 21, 2016 BETHANY — Nate Martin will have to get used to wearing the old gold and blue. This week he is wearing the colors for the West Virginia squad in the 71st-annual OVAC All-Star Game. more »»

Locke struggles again, Pirates fall to Brewers

July 21, 2016 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Clint Hurdle’s night ended three batters in on Wednesday, when the Pittsburgh Pirates manager was ejected for arguing a call with home plate umpire Sam Holbroo. more »»

Briefs

July 21, 2016 Big Red announces ticket pick up STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville Big Red football season tickets must be picked up by Aug. 1. The ticket office will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and July 28 from 8 a.m. more »»

Lowery plans to keep spirit of Toronto close

July 20, 2016 BETHANY — Thanks to Drew Lowery and the Toronto Red Knights Class of 2016, the trophy case at school is a little more packed. What’s more filled is the memory bank for citizens of the Gem City. more »»

BL’s Bloom excited for last chance on gridiron

July 20, 2016 BETHANY — The news of Nathan Bloom’s selection to the 71st Annual OVAC All-Star Game came at the right time. It happened in early June, just after he had graduated from Buckeye Local High School. more »»

Flowers keeps living out his dreams this summer

July 20, 2016 BETHANY — Noah Flowers’ dreams are coming true each day this summer. He is an OVAC All-Star representing West Virginia and he is a future college football playe. more »»

Perez taking advantage of OVAC All-Star moment

July 20, 2016 BETHANY — In early August, Oak Glen graduate Cyle Perez will travel south with a carload of clothes, equipment and other materials as he will check into West Liberty University. more »»

Harrison’s walk-off scamper lifts Pirates by Brewers 3-2

July 20, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Josh Harrison watched his long drive hit off the wall in right-center field leading off the bottom of the ninth of a tie game against Milwaukee on Tuesday night and one thought kept... more »»

Scoring is top priority for WVU’s Holgorsen

July 20, 2016 DALLAS, TEXAS — It was West Virginia’s Dana Holgorsen’s turn to take to the podium at the Omni Hotel as the Big 12 Conference opened the second, and final, day of its preseason media blitz. more »»

Briefs

July 20, 2016 Baker sinks hole-in-one WELLSBURG — Jeff Baker of Wellsburg sunk a hole-in-one on hole No. 8 at Highland Springs. He used an 8-iron on the 166-yard, Par 3. more »»

Coaches, players bond at Bethany

July 19, 2016 BETHANY — For one week, residents from cities and towns across the Ohio Valley prepare for one of the biggest sporting events of the entire year. more »»

Humble Loughrie happy to play at the next level

July 19, 2016 BETHANY — As Brooke staged a valiant comeback in the first round of the West Virginia Class AAA playoffs, senior Justin Loughrie was right in the thick of it al. more »»

Lazear carries on family tradition at OVAC Game

July 19, 2016 BETHANY — When it came to the OVAC All-Star Game, Brooke graduate Matt Lazear felt he was next in line. more »»

Williams thankful for his time at Indian Creek

July 19, 2016 BETHANY — The Indian Creek football team qualified for the playoffs this past season for the first time since 2012. more »»

Bound for the Air Force, Cole savors each memory

July 19, 2016 BETHANY — Some people feel a special calling to a certain career field or vocation. Zach Cole is one of those people who answered the call. more »»

All-Star teams ahead of normal schedule

July 18, 2016 BETHANY — There was an atmosphere of controlled chaos inside Bethany College’s Thomas P. Johnson Health and Recreation Center on Saturday morning. more »»

Stenson wins duel with Mickelson to claim British Open

July 18, 2016 TROON, Scotland — Henrik Stenson is the champion golfer of the year, thanks to a final round for the ages. more »»

Home run in 18th inning lifts Pirates over Nationals

July 18, 2016 WASHINGTON — After more than five hours of baseball between his Pittsburgh Pirates and the Washington Nationals, Starling Marte had all he could take. “Too many innings,” Marte said. “We were tire. more »»

 
 
 

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