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MOUNTAIN TOP SPORTS: Valley holds No. 1; Pikeville 2 in poll

There was no change atop the girls’ latest Mountain Top Sports Super 7 basketball poll as Shelby Valley (12-5) held onto the No. 1 ranking, followed by the Pikeville Lady Panthers, now 15-4. The two 59th District teams are followed by Martin County (11-5 in third. The Lady Cardinals are ahead of No. 4 Chapmanville […]

MOUNTAIN TOP SPORTS: Tigers remain No. 1; Valley 2 in poll

Chapmanville, despite having its 48-game winning streak against instate foes snapped by county rival Logan, held on to the No. 1 ranking in the latest Mountain Top Sports boys’ Super 7 basketball rankings released on Tuesday. The Tigers, now 10-2, remained ahead of second-ranked Shelby Valley (14-5). The Wildcats are followed by No. 3 Johnson […]

MOUNTAIN TOP SPORTS: Chapmanville climbs to No. 1 in poll

Two-time defending Class AA state champion Chapmanville is the new No. 1 team in the latest Mountain Top Sports boys’ Super 7 basketball poll released on Tuesday. The Tigers, now 9-1, have won nine straight games since losing the opener to out-of-state foe Christ’s Church Academy. Shelby Valley, now 12-4, is second, followed by Lawrence […]

MOUNTAIN TOP SPORTS: Valley holds strong at No. 1

The Shelby Valley Wildcats maintained their number one ranking in the latest Mountain Top Sports Super 7 boys’ basketball poll released on Tuesday. The Wildcats, 10-3, are followed by Chapmanville (7-1) at number two. The two-time defending West Virginia Class AA champions have now won 48 straight games against in-state opponents. Johnson Central (6-5) is […]

HS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Pikeville, Valley split doubleheader

PIKEVILLE – Shelby Valley held on down the stretch to score a 63-59 victory over Pikeville in a district game played at T.W. Oliver Memorial Gymnasium on Saturday. Valley’s Cody Potter fired in 27 points and Kaden Robinson added 23 as the Wildcats improved to 10-3. Keian Worrix added 12. Grayson Harris paced the Panthers, […]

HS BASKETBALL: Pikeville, Martin County 1,2 in MTS poll

Pikeville took sole possession of first place away from Martin County by a slim margin in the latest Mountain Top Sports girls’ basketball poll released on Tuesday. The defending 15th Region champion Lady Panthers and Lady Cardinals are both 7-3. Mingo Central (5-1) is third, followed by Shelby Valley (7-4) in fourth. Rounding out the […]

HS BASKETBALL: Valley, JC remain 1,2 in MTS Super 7 poll

Shelby Valley and Johnson Central held firmly to the No. 1 and No. 2 spots in the latest Mountain Top Sports’ Super 7 boys’ basketball poll released on Tuesday. The Wildcats, now 9-3, and Golden Eagles, 6-3, are followed by two-time defending Class AA champion Chapmanville Regional (5-1) in third. The Tigers are followed by […]

MOUNTAIN TOP SPORTS: Valley takes top spot from JC

The Shelby Valley Wildcats swept three opponents this past week in the Hi-Tech Signs/Graphix Tournament played at Prestonsburg, vaulting Coach Jim Hicks’ squad into the No. 1 spot in the latest Mountain Top Sports Super 7 boys basketball poll released on Monday. Johnson Central, now 4-2, is second, followed by Chapmanville (3-1) in the No. […]

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Man reclassified back to Class A; other schools stay put

Man High School will be among seven Class AA schools in West Virginia to reclassify beginning with the 2020-21 school year. The Hillbillies will move from Class AA down to Class A, it was announced following the long-awaited West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission reclassification numbers. Man will be joined by RiverView, Petersburg and James […]

HS FOOTBALL: Goad runs, passes Miners past Tigers

Mingo Central amassed 544 yards, including 430 through the air, as the Miners pulled away from Chapmanville in the second half to score a 49-14 victory at Tiger Stadium on Friday night. Quarterback Daylin Goad passed for three touchdowns and ran for three scores as Mingo Central moved to 7-2. Record-setting wide receiver Drew Hatfield […]