Monroe Central took advantage of a big inning to get past River 10-0 in five innings Friday, April 19 during the Monroe County Bash at Woods-field. Monroe Central built a
The youth bowling leagues completed their season and their banquet was held Friday evening, April 5. The youth were served pizza, hot dogs and soft drinks before their awards were
Monroe Central broke out the bats in a doubleheader sweep Wednesday, April 17 at Beallsville High School. The Seminoles had 37 total hits and 32 runs in its two victories.
The area’s track teams continue to improve as the season continues. River, Monroe Central and Beallsville were back in action Tuesday, April 16 in a Ohio Valley Track League meet
Many former wrestlers, GWA members, friends and family gathered Sunday, April 7 at the Del-mas E. Moore Fieldhouse to honor the “father” of wrestling at Beallsville High School, Gary W.
When someone dedicates a half-century of their life to something, it’s truly amazing, and when you’re the second all-time winningest football coach in the Ohio Valley’s football tradition-rich history, earning
Bill Haley won his second head to head match game in as many weeks. The final match between Haley and Brent Conaway was tight going into the tenth frame. Haley
River’s track teams had another decent out at an Ohio Valley Track League meet Tuesday, April 9 at Shadyside High School. The River boys finished fourth out of seven teams
Russell Family Bowling Center saw another first time winner in the Head to Head Match game on Thursday night. Bill Haley be came the newest first time winner of the
Beallsville had a good week, picking up three straight wins. On Thursday, April 4, the Lady Blue Devils made light work of visiting Hundred in a 35-3 five-inning victory at