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Alley Cats to hold pre-season meeting, registrations

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Alley Cats girls’ basketball program is starting their pre-registration this year with a parent meeting on September 18, from 2:30-4:00 p.m., in the Taylor County Middle School Gymnasium.

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Crimm shines bright on mound for Black Diamond Express

GRAFTON—Grafton native and Grafton High School (GHS) Lady Bearcat standout Lillie Crimm just had a wonderful opportunity with the 14u Black Diamond Express (BDE) team.

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GHS Bearcats looking to utilize forward momentum from last year

GRAFTON—A new page has turned at the Grafton High School (GHS) Bearcat Football program.

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Taylor County Little League to host in-person sign-ups today

GRAFTON—Baseball fans will soon be packing the stands, as the annual Fall Ball Season quickly approaches, and local players can claim their spot on the diamond during sign-ups.

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Biddy League Basketball program offering conditioning, skill building

GRAFTON—The Taylor County Basketball Biddy Leagues are undergoing some changes this year. As the coaches reflected on the performances of previous years, and in consultation with the middle school, they have decided to come together and offer a more rounded and fundamental approach to the Biddy League program.

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Keener to take the helm as Lady Bearcat Basketball Head Coach

GRAFTON—The 2022-2023 season of the Grafton High School (GHS) Girls’ basketball program will see a new coach at the helm. Newly announced Head Coach Hartsel Keener has taken control of the program for the upcoming season.

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TCSA sets sights on fall soccer with sign ups

TAYLOR COUNTY— Summer in in full swing, but some local athletes have begun setting their sights on the fall season. For those who are ready to get back on the field this autumn, Taylor County Soccer Association (TCSA) has opened registration for the fall soccer season.

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Over 100 participants took to the court during youth basketball camps

GRAFTON—The Scotty Hamilton Gymnasium at Grafton High School was filled with the sounds of little feet and basketball this past week, as over 112 area youth participated in the multiple youth camps for grades first through eighth.

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Grafton Gators wrap up swimming season with top five finishes

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Grafton Gators Swim Team is bringing to a close their 2022 season this year in a big way.

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Team Toothman Touchdown camp success

GRAFTON—Grafton High School’s McKinney Field played host to over 85 area youth, along with current and former collegiate and NFL stars, as the annual Team Toothman Touchdown Camp got underway this past weekend.

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Get in on the sports action as a referee

TAYLOR COUNTY—If you think you can do a better job than the refs, here is your chance!

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Cogar to take on top lumberjacks at STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® U.S. Championship

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—Numerous lumberjacks will vie for a champion title in numerous events at the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® 2022 U.S. Championship.

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Studio C welcomes registrants all summer long

GRAFTON—Studio C offers a variety of dance courses, for a range of ages, providing a little something for everyone that is looking to move to the beat.

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Improved times and finishes as championship meet draws near for the Grafton Gators

BUCKHANNON— The Grafton Gators continue to grow, as the season championship meet draws near. On Tuesday, the team traveled to Buckhannon-Upshur High School, taking to the waters against the Barbour County Swim Team (BCST) and created some waves with more than 20 first place finishes.

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Get up, get out and Get Moving! during the 2022 Day of Play

MORGANTOWN— For the last ten years West Virginia has ranked within the top five in the nation for childhood obesity. To combat the unhealthy statistic, Get Moving! Was founded right here in the Mountain State in 2014 and is inviting local youth to “get moving” during the 2022 Day of Play.

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Online soccer registration starts this weekend

TAYLOR COUNTY—Taylor County Soccer Association (TCSA) will be opening their online registration beginning on Friday, July 1 and will run through Friday, August 5.

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TLPGC continues Youth League after first year success

TAYLOR COUNTY— After seeing great success last summer with the start of their Youth Golf League, Tygart Lake Public Golf Course (TLPGC) has decided to carry on the annual event.

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Open Gym organizers looking to expand with community support

GRAFTON— Locals Chad and Tosha Morris started hosting Open Gym evenings back in May to provide a fun, safe and free environment for Grafton’s youth to remain active and learn basketball skills over the summer months. With the program’s great success, the couple is now looking to grow their offerings.

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Busy stretch brings up slew of top finishes for Grafton Gators

GRAFTON— Competing in four meets over the course of ten days, the Grafton Gators Swim Team has spent more time in the water than out recently, and the proof is in the results of their latest contests.

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Studio C offering four weeks of summer fun through various dance camps

GRAFTON—Summer fun has just begun, and Studio C will be adding to the excitement by offering four weeks of dance camps.

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Gators record over 40 first and second place finishes at recent meet

CLARKSBURG—The Grafton Gators made a splash in the VA pool on Saturday, taking a combine 42 first and second place finishes in the 44 event they were entered.

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WVU football offers camp opportunities

MORGANTOWN—Join the West Virginia University Football Program for the Future Mountaineer Youth/Middle School camp taking place next week.

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Three week period goes live on Monday

TAYLOR COUNTY— Sports teams across the county will be coming together beginning Monday, June 13 for an off-season practice period. The three-week live period provides an opportunity for student athletes to remain active and sharp on their skills for their upcoming seasons, and also gives players who may be wanting to tryout a sport the chance to do so before fully committing.

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Four seasons of hustle pays off for U10 Wildcats

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Youth Soccer Association U10 Wildcats recently captured a championship win that has been four seasons in the making.

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TCYF bounces back after a year of low participation

GRAFTON— Last fall, the Taylor County Youth Football (TCYF) program took a hit and was unable to yield a Midget team for the older players in the area. However, this year the program has fully recovered with more than enough athletes to boast three full rosters.

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Studio C puts on memorable two-night showcase

PHILIPPI— Over the weekend, dancers from Studio C put on their first-ever two-night showcase of performances that wowed the crowd. After two years of somewhat unconventional recitals for Studio C, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, owner Casey Cox decided it was time to get back to normal ,encapsulating the dedication of her students and staff with the theme “The Show Must Go On.”

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Redemption for Lady Knights in 14-8 win over East Fairmont

GRAFTON – The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights softball hosted the East Fairmont Lady Hornets this past week in a rematch of a very close game played the week before in which the Lady Hornets proved victorious in that match-up with the final 12-15. This week would tell a different tale, as the Lady Knights hit the field fired up and ready to win.

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Setler named the Taylor County Student Athlete of the Week

Chase Setler has been named the Taylor County Student Athlete of the Week

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TCMS volleyball game recap

PRUNTYTOWN – The Taylor County Middle School volleyball team finished their 2018 season last week. Here are their results for their final games of the season. 10/8/2018 - The girls were on the road in Elkins. The Hornets won in the contest 2 to 1. Natalea Mumaw had three blocks, Caroline Wellman had three aces and Daisy Charlton had one ace. In JV action the Knights lost both sets to Elkins. Andie Toothman, Destiny Weaver and Autumn Ware all had one ace while Sierra Persinger and Toothman had one kill.

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