Coaches React to Pandemic-CausingSeason Closures and Postponements The severity of COVID-19 has impacted the sports world as the state football playoff teams can continue if they aren’t in the orange or red colors on the metrics map and Governor Jim Justice made the announcement to halt all winter practices and
East Hardy Volleyball showed heart and determination throughout this season finishing as the WVSSAC Class A State Volleyball Tournament runner-up displaying grace in the title match loss to defending champion Wirt County and earning the team sportsmanship award in the process playing in Charleston last Thursday: 25-14, 25, 25-15, 25-8.
East Hardy and Moorefield took its rivalry to the biggest stage competing for the first time against each other at the Class A State Volleyball Tournament, setting for a semifinal bout in Charleston and for the fifth time this season with the Cougars rotating to the victory in straight sets
BThe Yellow Jackets have been battled tested going toe-to-toe in back-and-forth bouts with East Hardy all season long culminating in an All-Hardy County re-match in the Class A Region II Volleyball Championship round as Moorefield earned back-to-back titles over the Cougars in West Union with straight sets 25-20, 25-23, 25-21.
Moorefield senior Alyson Simmons delivered an ace to force a tiebreaker fifth set against the Cougars after trailing two sets to kick off the second edition of the Hardy County Volleyball match as the Yellow Jackets exacted revenge evening the series against East Hardy last Thursday in the Hive: 20-25,
Much akin to catching fish, the Yellow Jackets used a net to capture the Vikings during last Monday’s adventure into Petersburg covering the volleyball court with a four-set victory: 26-24, 25-23, 20-25, 25-21. “We came out and got the first two. We got the first two and dropped number three.
Clippings of grass from the tenth hole flew back into the gallery just off the hands of the golfers reminiscent of how the Yellow Jackets flew full force to the fairway en route to obtaining the first state golf championship runner-up trophy in program history last Wednesday in Wheeling. Moorefield
A slumbering hiatus rejuvenated the Yellow Jackets navigating their adventure into Ellenboro to commandeer a 14-nil advantage over Ritchie County in the opening frame, but the Rebels responded to save homecoming with a 28-21 victory last Friday. “Moorefield is an imposing team and you could tell that early in the
The Cougars slashed through the frigid temperatures clawing the Warriors for four fumble recoveries and the offense put Pocahontas County on ice with six touchdowns culminating in a 40-7 victory in Dunmore last Friday. “It’s not just about the points, it is what we saw schematically from the Shadyside game
The Cougars pounced into Ohio attacking the end zone on the opening drive and maintained the lead until the start of the fourth quarter, then Shadyside commandeered a rally to save homecoming 21-7 and notched the 100th career victory for the head coach in the centennial year of the program
East Hardy swatted the Yellow Jackets in four sets during the Hardy County Volleyball clash in Baker last Tuesday: 25-20, 22-25, 25-21 and 25-15. Moorefield has been controlling the volleyball supremacy during the past couple of seasons, so the Cougars had to trust the climb back up the trail to
Using social distancing, East Hardy Volleyball was able to celebrate senior night and masked up for the trimatch victories over Keyser (25-15 & 25-12) and the Vikings (25-14 & 27-25) in straight sets last Thursday, while Petersburg edged the Golden Tornado (25-21 & 25-15). The Cougars honored their trio of