The Lady Yellow Jackets were grounded on the courts by Parkersburg Catholic in the Class A state volleyball quarterfinals at the Charleston Civic Center last Friday in straight sets: 25-17, 25-11 and 25-20. Moorefield entered the state tournament for a fifth straight season, but that experience wasn’t enough to survive
The Lady Yellow Jackets are the new queens of the Hardy County courts winning the Class A Region II Section 2 Volleyball championship after dethroning East Hardy’s reign for 12 seasons in straight sets last Tuesday in Moorefield: 25-14, 25-9 and 28-26. Moorefield’s last section championship was in 2003, the
The Cougars frolicked in the mud and pounced with an uncharacteristic ground attack to devour South Harrison 44-7 in Lost Creek last Friday. East Hardy trudged through the muddy terrain carrying the ball for 272 yards for an effective ground game plan, since the aerial assault wasn’t working with two
The bridge to Short Gap was surrounded by the Lady Falcons swooping down inundating Moorefield with attacks as Frankfort unleashed a three straight set match victory during senior night last Tuesday: 25-11, 25-10 and 25-9. “Obviously we didn’t play well at all tonight. We didn’t move and we can’t continuously
East Hardy Early Middle School tackled its first Potomac Valley League Football Championship in program history with a 26-8 victory over the Pioneers last Wednesday in Baker. Having been the runner-up the last three seasons, the Cougars could taste the victory this time facing Romney Middle School. “It is a
Moorefield Middle School mastered the fundamentals and came together as a team to secure the Potomac Valley League 8th grade Volleyball Championship defeating Pendleton County Middle School by straight sets 25-12 and 25-16 in Baker last Thursday. “All season our goal was to build team unity and strength and overall
The constant rain created miry conditions as the Wildcats wreak havoc ending Moorefield’s season with a 30-7 victory during senior night last Friday in Franklin. “I was proud of their effort. I thought we fixed some mistakes from last week on the defensive line and in coverage. Give Pendleton County
East Hardy Volleyball survived a rally in the first set before making adjustments on a straight set match victory over the Lady Wildcats in Franklin last Thursday: 26-24, 25-13, 25-16. “We are really proud of their effort. We have been working on playing a really good 25 points, rather than
“Concentration comes out of a combination of confidence and hunger.” – Professional Golfer Arnold Palmer The Yellow Jackets entered the WVSSAC State Golf Tournament in Wheeling as the Region II champions, but the challenges of Oglebay Resort’s Speidel Golf Club Jones Course proved its might testing Moorefield on every hole
The Hardy County Stingrays splashed into the summer with 21 top-three finishes in the season opening freestyle swim meet at the Cumberland YMCA on Friday night. Cumberland Sea Otters hosted the swim meet with the Stingrays joining Garrett County Manta Rays and the Bel Air Swim Club. In their first
Moorefield walked 13 times around the West Virginia District 6 Area 2 8-10 years old All-Stars Baseball Tournament quarterfinals diamond traveling to home plate for an 18-3 victory over East Hardy in Romney on Saturday. “Eight to ten year olds are like a box of chocolate, you never know what
Circleville Ohio Post 134 Panthers carved two big innings combining eight runs en route to drawing an 11-0 five-inning shutout circle around Moorefield Post 64 in the 28th annual American Legion Pizza Hut Hillbilly Hardball Classic at Elkins High School on Thursday afternoon. “They’re definitely a very good baseball team.
In a pitcher’s duel, Moorefield Post 64’s bats finally came alive breaking the scoreless game in the ninth inning during a 4-1 victory over Beckley Post 32 in the opener of the 28th annual American Legion Pizza Hut Hillbilly Hardball Classic in Elkins at Robin Harvey Field on Thursday morning.
Moorefield American Legion Post 64 Baseball battled in a doubleheader at Geoge Hott Field on Thursday in the season opener, but fell short against Garrett County Post 214/71 in a 7-5 eight inning game and 9-7 five inning contest. Members of Moorefield Post 64 are from state champion Yellow Jackets,
Resilient (adjective): Able to withstand or recover from difficult situations. The fourth ranked Yellow Jackets are the epitome of the word resilient, fighting through adversity in an eight inning battle with second ranked Wheeling Central Catholic to become the West Virginia Class A State Baseball champions with a 4-3 victory