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Category: High School

2019 WOAY Baseball Player of the Year – Hunter Fansler

WOAY is pleased to announce its 2019 Baseball Player of the Year is Hunter Fansler of Woodrow Wilson High School. The senior was a key contributor for the Flying Eagles...

Greenbrier West Announces Coaching Changes

WOAY – Greenbrier West High School will have new head coaches for football and boys basketball in the 2019-20 school year. Toby Harris, the school’s...

2019 WOAY Softball Player of the Year – Holly Brehm

WOAY is pleased to announce its 2019 Softball Player of the Year is Holly Brehm from Wyoming East High School. The senior pitcher was a key contributor for the Lady...

2019 North-South Girls Basketball Classic

Fairmont, WV (video courtesy WDTV) – The 2019 North-South Girls Basketball Classic took place Sunday at East Fairmont, with the North team going on to win 84-60....

2019 Softball/Baseball All-State Teams – Class AAA

WOAY – The all-state teams for Class AAA softball and baseball were released this weekend, as voted on by the West Virginia Sportswriters Association. Area players...

2019 North-South Football Classic Highlights

South Charleston, WV (WOAY) – Check out highlights from the 2019 North-South Football Classic Saturday in South Charleston. The game would be a defensive contest...

2019 North-South Boys Basketball Classic

South Charleston, WV (WOAY) – Check out highlights from the 2019 North-South Boys Basketball Classic, as the North Bears would go on to win 171-141. Four area...

2019 Softball/Baseball All-State Teams – Class AA

WOAY – The all-state teams for Class AA softball and baseball were released this week, as voted on by the West Virginia Sportswriters Association. Area players are...

North South Football Game Player Check In

Charleston (WCHS) – Players checked into West Virginia State Sunday afternoon to begin the football festivities for the always exciting North-South All-Star game....

Shady Spring Fall in AA State Baseball Semi-Final

Here are the highlight’s from Shady Spring’s 9-2 loss in the State Semi-Final to Bridgeport.

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