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Lady Bearcats much improved against Colts

GRAFTON – The Grafton High School girls basketball hosted the Lady Colts from Philip Barbour for the second time this season. The first contest was during the Sam Bord Memorial in which the Colts dominated the Bearcats 70 to 35. This game was different for the Cats as they showed flashes of being a competitive team even though they still lost by a score of 59 to 31.

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TCMS boys cruise their way to a win over Bland

GRAFTON – The Taylor County Middle School boys basketball team hosted the Patriots of Robert L. Bland last Thursday night. The game was actually scheduled for this Thursday but was rescheduled for the earlier date and time.

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Bearcat swimmers take to the water to compete against Elkins and Notre Dame

ELKINS – The Grafton High School swim team headed to Elkins last Wednesday night to swim against Elkins High School and Notre Dame High School. In team completion both the boys and girls teams finished the third place in the respective divisions.

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TCMS girls doubled-up by Lady Patriots

WESTON – The Taylor County Middle School girls basketball made the journey down to Weston last Thursday night to battle the Lady Patriots of Robert L. Bland. The Lady Knights found themselves in the lead early in the game as they led 6 to 0 at the end of the first quarter. This would be the last lead for the Knights in the contest as they fall 31 to 15.

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Bish named Athlete of the Week

Caleb Bish Junior Caleb Bish has been named this week’s Grafton High School student-athlete of the week. Caleb led the Bearcats with 23 points against East Fairmont in the regular season opener on Wednesday night. Caleb also had an outstanding performance in the Sam Bord Memorial Tournament, as he was named to the all-tournament team.

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    GHS swims at Jingle Invitational

    WHEELING – The Grafton High School swim team headed to Wheeling over the weekend to swim in the Jingle Bell Invitational, at Wheeling Jesuit University. The swimming Cats competed against teams from St. Clairsville, Wheeling Central Catholic, Barnesville Shamrock, Weir, Brooke, Steubenville Catholic, Cambridge, Union Local and Notre Dame. In team competition, the girls and both teams finished in sixth place in their respective divisions.

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    Swimming Bearcats compete in Rotary Holiday Invitational

    CLARKSBURG—The Grafton High School swim team competed in their first invitational this season, as they swam in Rotary Holiday Invitational, at the YMCA in Clarksburg. The Cats swam against teams from Bridgeport, Elkins, Fairmont Senior, Robert C Byrd, Buckhannon-Upshur, Notre Dame, Philip Barbour, North Marion, East Fairmont, Lincoln and Liberty Harrison. The GHS girls had good performances from their veterans on their way to an eight place team finish, while the boys finished in ninth place.

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    Lady Knights place second at Mountaineer Middle Tourney

    CLARKSBURG—The Taylor County Middle School Lady Knights opened their season late last week, by competing in the Mountaineer Middle School preseason tournament. The girls defeated South Harrison in the first round, but fell to Gilmer County in the championship game. The TCMS girls scored early and often against South Harrison, as the Lady Knights took a 27—4 lead into the locker room at the half. The Lady Knight scoring backed off in the second half, but it was still enough to come away with a 39—13 victory.

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    Ronald Howard Poling

    Ronald Howard Poling, 80, of the Lucretia Community, passed away at Grafton City Hospital, Saturday, January 14, 2017, with his loving family by his side. He was born in Grafton, May 2, 1936, a son of the late Howard Frederick and Mabel Norris Poling.

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    James Harry Weekley

    James Harry Weekley, 90, of Grafton, passed away on Saturday, January 14, 2017, at Grafton City Hospital. He was born in Grafton, October 22, 1926, son of the late Harry and Blanche Griffith Weekley. He is survived by his wife Helen Weekley, they were m

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