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July 24, 2012 Tee Time Tip Fried Egg Lie Forces You to Scramble: Those who watched any amount of the British Open this past weekend knows the difficulty many of the golfers had escaping the sand traps. more »»

Legendary sports writer is turning 99 years old

July 17, 2012 MORGANTOWN — July 17 is the birthday of a longtime friend. His name is Dick Hudson and he’s turning 99 years old. more »»

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July 17, 2012 Distance Isn’t Everything…It’s the Only Thing: This past Saturday while sitting in the grandstand behind the 17th hole at the Greenbrier Classic and making mental notes for duties as my son’s caddi... more »»

Pastilong proud of his tenure

July 12, 2012 MORGANTOWN — It became official July 1 that Ed Pastilong has retired after 37 years of work as an administrator in West Virginia University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. more »»

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July 10, 2012 Over the past few weeks I have written about chipping and putting several times. Today I continue that theme because that is where you save your shots. more »»

Morgantown Post 2 too much for Buckhannon

July 10, 2012 Buckhannon Post 7 continued their recent slide Monday night, falling 12-2 to perennial state power Morgantown Post 2. more »»

Byrd adds another honor to his career

June 26, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Dr. Leland E. Byrd, one of West Virginia University’s all-time basketball greats, has added another honor to his lengthy lis. more »»

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June 26, 2012 This past week at the West Virginia Open Golf Championship, I had the opportunity to play a practice round with three-time West Virginia Open champion Scott Davis. more »»

Hundley remembers Barrett as a pioneer

June 20, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Hot Rod Hundley remembers the deceased Eddie Barrett as a fine pioneer sports publicist when he was an all-time basketball great at West Virginia University. more »»

Barrett made a mark at WVU

June 18, 2012 MORGANTOWN — I was saddened when receiving word that Edgar O. “Eddie” Barrett III had died at the age of 81 in Huntington. more »»

Buckhannon falls to Fort Cumberland in tourney finale

June 18, 2012 TENNERTON — Buckhannon Post 7 closed play in the 2012 Hillbilly Hardball Classic, losing 10-0 to Fort Cumberland (Md.) Post 13 squad on Saturda. more »»

Former prep star tackling new goal

June 9, 2012 The first time I met Chris Boatwright it was evident that he was different from most young me. more »»

Herock sees more changes in football

June 8, 2012 MORGANTOWN—If you think the shuffling in the makeup of major conferences in the nation’s intercollegiate athletics is settling soon, maybe you should think again. more »»

Herock has impressive pro resume

June 7, 2012 MORGANTOWN—Ken Herock, an outstanding tight end on the West Virginia University football teams of the early 1960s, has the most impressive resume I’ve ever seen athletically. more »»

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June 6, 2012 It’s either the clubs, the swing or both: Today’s tee time tip comes from a reader wanting to know “why do I slice my driver while I hook my long and mid-irons?” A questions that as a PGA Golf... more »»

Tournament Results

June 6, 2012 Beryl McKisic, Ron Lamb and Melissa Lamb combined to shoot a 37 to win the Christian Golf Association of North Central West Virginia outing on May 10 at the Riverbend Golf Cours. more »»

Wilson a fine fit for WVU

June 5, 2012 MORGANTOWN—The weekend announcement that former star running back Quincy Wilson is returning to West Virginia University’s football program, certainly is good news for Mountaineer fan. more »»

Record crowd said farewell to Stewart

June 1, 2012 MORGANTOWN— If numbers are indicative of one’s popularity, Bill Stewart clearly was a record-sette. more »»

Seniors were key in 1988

May 31, 2012 MORGANTOWN — John Stroia was not surprised that West Virginia finished 11-0 in 1988 and played Notre Dame for the National football Championship. more »»

Skinner says sub rule hurt

May 25, 2012 MORGANTOWN—John Skinner, a semi-retired longtime attorney in his native Charles Town, was a standout linebacker on West Virginia University’s football team in 1960-61-62. more »»



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