Midland Trail’s Cody Harrell emblazoned the path 61 yards to the end zone with under two minutes remaining juking several Cougars defenders, but East Hardy’s Christian Dove pounced back up dashing to make a touchdown saving strip fumble tackle with teammate Dawson Price recovering the ball in the end zone
No. 5 Ritchie County slayed the No. 4 Lady Yellow Jackets in four sets at the Class A state volleyball quarterfinals held at the Charleston Civic Center last Friday morning: 25-17, 25-12, 20-25, 25-20. The Lady Rebels advanced to the state semifinals and lost to eventual state champion Wirt County.
The last time Moorefield and Pendleton County met in the playoffs, it was Pendleton’s inaugural year as a school. The Yellow Jackets were in the thick of their late-90s dynasty years and handily defeated the Wildcats in the 1998 semifinals 39-6 in late November 1998. This year was different as
The No. 2 Lady Crusaders sought the holy grail continuing the journey for the Class A state volleyball crown denying the No. 7 Lady Cougars passage in the quarterfinals in straight sets last Friday in Charleston: 25-17, 29-27, 25-17. Parkersburg Catholic’s quest was cut short in the semifinals by Paden
Petersburg took the first punch in the second quarter, then the Cougars delivered the knock out blow scoring 26 unanswered points displacing the Vikings 26-6 at Yellow Jacket Field in Moorefield during the regular season finale last Friday to secure a spot in the state playoffs. “I am very excited.
Moorefield and East Hardy Volleyball teams jumped for joy after clinching state tournament berths with victories over Gilmer County and Doddridge County, respectively suffering in agonizing defeat in the Class A Region II Tournament semifinals held in Moorefield on Saturday. Last season in the regional semifinal, it was the same
Moorefield survived a five-set thriller against the Lady Cougars claiming the Class A Region II Volleyball Championship thrice in program history and for first time as a host this past Saturday: 25-16,18-25, 25-18, 21-25 and 15-10. In the previous two regional championships won by the Lady Yellow Jackets in 2003
Moorefield Volleyball pointed to the Class A Region II Section 2 championship hardware after securing a second straight title over the Lady Cougars in four sets: 25-17, 25-21, 15-25, 25-21 last Thursday in the Hive. East Hardy Volleyball won the section championship the previous dozen seasons, however, the changing climate
Leaving everything on the field in the final regular season game with a win guaranteeing a berth in the state playoffs was at stake for the Yellow Jackets greeting undefeated and top ranked Pendleton County during senior night. The Yellow Jackets swarmed quickly into the lead setting the tone on
East Hardy pounced early and often against Trinity Christian en route to a 39-0 shutout victory on senior night in Baker last Friday. The Cougars began their first scoring drive on Alex Miller’s 35-yard rush followed by a four yard rush. Christian Dove notched a 10-yard scramble and East Hardy
Moorefield Middle School emerged victorious earning the crown in the inaugural Potomac Valley League 7th grade Volleyball Tournament Championship defeating Romney Middle 21-25, 25-12 and 25-13 last Tuesday in the Hive. The path to the championship started with a semifinal win against Pendleton County by the scores of 25-16 and
A torrential downpour created slick conditions for the Potomac Valley League Football Championship in Parsons where Tucker Valley Middle School gutted out a triple overtime victory edging the Yellow Jackets by a score of 22-14 last Wednesday. The score was deadlocked at 8-all for the entire second half requiring overtime
The Lady Yellow Jackets swarmed the courts at Class AA Petersburg taking care of business volleying over the Lady Vikings in four sets last Tuesday on senior night for the 25th match victory of the season: 25-18, 25-19, 16-25 and 25-22. Moorefield Volleyball improved to 25-5 on the season with
Hardy County Cheer squads exuded enthusiasm with sensational stunts and amazing vocal strength pumping up the crowd in a four team competition at the Class A Potomac Valley Conference Cheer Championship held at Berkeley Springs last Saturday. Tygarts Valley (176.4) repeated as the Class A PVC Cheer champion edging out
There were zero offensive touchdowns for the first time in the history of the 41st Hardy Bowl as the defenses locked down with East Hardy senior Adam Baker recording both defensive touchdowns on a fumble recovery return and a pick six interception giving the Cougars their sixth consecutive victory over