Just Posted

  • No recent articles found.

Allman and Mitchell qualify for states

GHS wrestlers Noah Allman (top) and Jeremiah Mitchell (bottom) placed third and fourth during the regional meet at Braxton County High School on April 10, and will be heading to states representing Grafton High School on the mats.

24     0

Local softball league looking to fill teams

GRAFTON— The Base Invaders are looking to add some talent to their rosters, as they prepared to host spring sign-ups, with hopes of drawing enough interest to create multiple teams.

11     0

Lady athletes being challenged to take a shot at improving their skills

GRAFTON— With one goal in mind , to create the best basketball program in the area, Grafton High School (GHS) Lady Bearcat head coach Andrew Moore is constantly looking for ways to challenge his players, as well as all athletes in the area.

16     0

Bearcats open on the road falling short of the comeback in 7-6 loss to BU

BUCKHANNON—The Grafton Bearcat baseball program opened their season Monday night on the road, as they took to the field against Buckhannon-Upshur (BU).

25     0

10U Base Invaders open with a win

GRAFTON— The 10U Grafton Base Invaders girls softball team had their first game recently, as Tucker County made the trip to Grafton for the inaugural season opener for the newly formed 10U team.

88     0

Support local baseball players at opening day

GRAFTON— It is finally time to play ball! The 2021 Taylor County Little League season kicks off today, with an opening day ceremony to be held at 11:30 a.m.

27     0

Gerkin claims overall spot in state meet

TAYLOR COUNTY— Local youth Skye Gerkin has put years of work into her tumbling and gymnastic abilities, spending long hours in the gym perfecting her craft for competition, and recently she had the opportunity to test her skills at the 2021 West Virginia State Gymnastic Meet.

25     0

Bulldogs overcome Knights in final second of play to end the season

PHILIPPI—The TCMS Knights Boys Basketball traveled to Barbour County to face off against the Philippi Middle School Bulldogs on April 9 in the last game of the season.

25     0

Crimm’s pitching performance carries Lady Knights to season opener win

GRAFTON— The TCMS Lady Knights softball team was finally able to take the field Monday, April 12, as the Knights season was halted last year at the start of the pandemic.

0     0

Crimm’s pitching performance carries Lady Knights to season opener win

GRAFTON— The TCMS Lady Knights softball team was finally able to take the field Monday, April 12, as the Knights season was halted last year at the start of the pandemic.

63     0

Grafton dominates Liberty,60-30

GRAFTON—Coming off of their win against Lincoln, the Grafton High School (GHS) Bearcats traveled to Clarksburg last Friday to take on the Liberty Mountaineers.

80     0

Youth wrestling club places all four participants at Marshall County Open

GRAFTON— The Grafton Youth Wrestling Club spent some time on the road last weekend, traveling to Canfield, Ohio to take part in the Youngstown Spring Open on Saturday, April 10, before making their way to Moundsville, WV for the Marshall County Open on Sunday, April 11.

31     0

Lady Bearcats play seven games over an 11 day span

GRAFTON—Keeping with their busy schedule, playing games with limited practices in between, the Lady Bearcats recently faced off again the Lady Cougars of Lincoln High School and Liberty’s Lady Mountaineers.

33     0

Seven Bearcat swimmers combine for 100 points at Region Three meet

SALEM—Grafton high school traveled to Salem University on Saturday to compete in the Region three swim meet.

86     0

Back to back play for Knights

WESTON— The TCMS Knights Boys Basketball traveled to Lewis County to face off against the R.L. Bland Patriots on April 1.

114     0

Grafton out plays Lincoln to claim victory, 66-54

GRAFTON—On Wednesday, the Grafton High School (GHS) Bearcat basketball team took an early lead over the Lincoln Cougars and never looked back.

43     0

Knights show appreciation to some their most dedicated fans

PRUNTYTOWN— The young men of the Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) basketball team recently came together to show appreciation for a group of their most diehard fans.

40     0

Lady Knights fall to the well prepared Lady Hawks

BELINGTON— Hitting the road for the second time in a week, the Lady Knights made their way to Belington to come to blows with the Belington Lady Hawks.

47     0

Lady Bearcats claim first win of the season over Union Tigers

GRAFTON— After a rocky start to a very unconventional season, the Grafton High School (GHS) Lady Bearcats, unwavering in their dedication to improving, claimed their first win of the season.

107     0

Lady Knights face tough competitors on the road

WESTON—The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights Basketball team traveled to Lewis County on March 30 to face down the R.L. Bland Lady Patriots for the second time in one week.

57     0

Local ladies to soon be invading the bases of area ball fields

TAYLOR COUNTY— Two years ago, Grafton locals Gary Chambers, Joe Mauller and Mark Moats took the initiative to create the Base Invaders, a 16U softball league in the county that gives young girls the opportunity to learn the sport before entering play at the high school level.

0     0

Local ladies to soon be invading the bases of area ball fields

TAYLOR COUNTY— Two years ago, Grafton locals Gary Chambers, Joe Mauller and Mark Moats took the initiative to create the Base Invaders, a 16U softball league in the county that gives young girls the opportunity to learn the sport before entering play at the high school level.

157     0

Bearcats unable to keep up with Polar Bears

GRAFTON—Sitting at an 8-1 record, after winning the last five of their six matchups, The #10 Grafton High School (GHS) boys basketball team traveled to Fairmont on March 30 to take on #2 Fairmont Senior High School Polar Bears (9-0).

0     0

Bearcats unable to keep up with Polar Bears

GRAFTON—Sitting at an 8-1 record, after winning the last five of their six matchups, The #10 Grafton High School (GHS) boys basketball team traveled to Fairmont on March 30 to take on #2 Fairmont Senior High School Polar Bears (9-0).

136     0

Lady Knights take down Lady Hawks at last home game

PRUNTYTOWN — The Taylor County Middle School Lady Knights Varsity Basketball team played their last home game this season, as the Belington Hawks came to Pruntytown to challenge the Lady Knights on March 29.

159     0

TCLL to host field clean up

TAYLOR COUNTY—Taylor County Little League has announced a field clean up day in preparation of the 2021 season.

164     0

Cubs hit the mats in Parkersburg

PARKERSBURG— Despites what was a very long day against some grueling competition, some of the area’s youngest wrestlers still managed to bring home some hardware.

57     0

WV AAU announces state tournament dates

WEST VIRGINIA— Since its inception in 1888, the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) has been raising champions and setting the standard for amateur sports in the United States with one goal in mind: “Sports For All, Forever.”

210     0

Grafton swimmers participate in Big Ten meet

CLARKSBURG—The Big Ten Conference held its annual conference championship swim meet this past Saturday at the Clarksburg YMCA and many of the Grafton Bearcat swimmers fared very well throughout the day.

55     0

Lady Knights winning streak increases to eight

PRUNTYTOWN—The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights Basketball program continued their hectic schedule this week with two more home games.

171     0

Close game ends in Knights’ favor

PRUNTYTOWN—The Taylor County Middle School Knights Boys Basketball team faced off against the West Preston Panthers on March 20.

60     0

Bearcats maul Tigers 100-47

GRAFTON— It was a battle of the cats Tuesday night, as the Grafton High School Bearcat boys basketball team took to their home court in a matchup against the Elkins Tigers; putting on a great display of athleticism and earning an impressive win.

173     0

GHS basketball defeats Lewis County and Liberty

GRAFTON—After dropping their first game of the season to Bridgeport last Tuesday, the Grafton Bearcats boys’ basketball team stormed back to win their next two games, first against Lewis County on Thursday and then again Saturday against Liberty.

63     0

Koontz holds on to take first during the Bearcub’s latest brawl

BRIDGEPORT—Once again taking the Meadowbrook Mall by storm, the Grafton Youth Wrestling Club saw great success and dominated the competition, with six team members placing over the weekend during the Brawl at the Mall.

58     0

Lady Knights stay busy, adding to their winning streak

PRUNTYTOWN— The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights basketball program had a busy week this week with no fewer than five games played in seven days.

0     0

Lady Knights stay busy, adding to their winning streak

PRUNTYTOWN— The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights basketball program had a busy week this week with no fewer than five games played in seven days.

59     0

Bearcat swimmers take to the pool for their first meet of the season

PHILIPPI—The Grafton High School (GHS) swim team competed in their first meet of the season last Tuesday at Alderson Broaddus University, battling Philip Barbour and Robert C. Byrd.

189     0

Varsity Knights hold on to claim victory

PRUNTYTOWN— The TCMS Lady Knights Basketball program split the difference in play this week as the Elkins Hornets traveled to Pruntytown to take on the Lady Knights.

286     0

Knights face struggles against Elkins Hornets

ELKINS— The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Knights boys basketball faced some strong competition this week with both the JV and Varsity dropping both games while battling the Elkins Hornets.

279     0

Bearcat wrestlers travel to Lewis County

LEWIS COUNTY—The Grafton Bearcats wrestling team took part in a quad match at Lewis County High School last Tuesday and the results are listed below.

83     0

COVID protocols released by Taylor County Little League

TAYLOR COUNTY— With the Taylor County Little League’s (TCLL) 2021 season set to get underway in the coming weeks, league representatives wanted to send out a few reminders for players and spectators alike, before that first pitch is thrown.

71     0

GHS boys basketball drops contest at Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT—Coming off of two blowout wins and a hard-fought victory over Notre Dame, the Grafton Bearcats boys basketball team visited Bridgeport on Tuesday, looking to extend their winning streak to four games.

79     0

Knights make personal strides, improving records

FAIRMONT— Following their match at Buckhannon Upshur (BU), the wrestling Knights were back on the mats at East Fairmont, on Tuesday, battling it out against opponents from East Fairmont Middle School and BU.

203     0

Knight make personal strides, improving records

FAIRMONT— Following their match at Buckhannon Upshur (BU), the wrestling Knights were back on the mats at East Fairmont, on Tuesday, battling it out against opponents from East Fairmont Middle School and BU.

214     0

TCMS wrestling program goes head-to-head with BU and South Morgantown

BUCKHANNON—While their limited roster continues to pose troubles for the Taylor County Middle School Wrestling program, the team trudges forward, working on individual improvements in preparations for the end of season conference tournament.

152     0

Lady Knights dominate on the road

KINGWOOD— The Lady Knights Basketball program dominated the Central-Preston Wildcats in a pair of winning efforts over the weekend.

101     0

GHS boys basketball moves to 3-0 on the season

GLENVILLE—After holding on for a hard-fought 73-66 victory against Notre Dame on Thursday, the Grafton Bearcats boys’ basketball team traveled to Glenville on Saturday and picked up their third straight win to start the season, knocking off the Titans by the score of 82-34.

88     0

Grafton Wrestling Club continues to see improvements on the mats

BRIDGEPORT— Facing off against some grueling competition, some of the area’s youngest wrestlers strong armed their opponents and brought home some hardware from the Sprawls and Tech Falls Tournament.

80     0

Lady Cats face offensive woes, team falls to Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT— Coming off of a devastating loss to Buckhannon-Upshur last week, the Lady Bearcats were looking for redemption when they took on the Bridgeport Indians on the road on Friday. However, the Lady Cats found themselves struggling offensively and ultimately dropped the contest by a score of 56-23.

78     0

Despite late run Knights drop contest at Central Preston

KINGWOOD— The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Knights Boys Basketball split the difference with the Central-Preston (CPM) Wildcats in play over the weekend, with the JV team securing a victory and the Varsity being defeated by the championship caliber play of the CPM Varsity Wildcats.

88     0

JV Knights take down Bucs, Varsity struggles to find their groove

PRUNTYTOWN— The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Varsity Knights found themselves in a tough home matchup against Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School (BU) on Thursday evening.

253     0

Grafton High School wrestlers travel to Doddridge County

GRAFTON—The Grafton Bearcats wrestling team took part in a quad match at Doddridge County High School on Saturday and the results are listed below.

0     0

Grafton High School wrestlers travel to Doddridge County

GRAFTON—The Grafton Bearcats wrestling team took part in a quad match at Doddridge County High School on Saturday and the results are listed below.

259     0

Horne leads Lady Knights to eight point victory over Bucs

BUCKHANNON—The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights Varsity basketball team continued their winning streak against the formidable Buccaneers of Buckhannon-Upshur Middle school this past Thursday.

77     0

Knights gain valuable experience

FAIRMONT—With a roster of only five, the Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) wrestling program traveled to East Fairmont Middle School (EFMS) last weekend to kick off their season with a duals-style tournament.

59     0

Bearcats rally to second straight victory, spoiling Irish season opener

CLARKSBURG— The Grafton High School (GHS) Bearcats traveled to Notre Dame Thursday night looking for their second win of the season, while the Irish were hoping to take a season opener win for themselves.

91     0

TCSA accepting registrations for spring season

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Soccer Association(TCSA) is gearing up for the spring season, and will be continuing to accept online registrations through Saturday, March 13.

273     0

Lady Knights come away with win in physical contest

PRUNTYTOWN— The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights Junior Varsity (JV) and Varsity teams took to their home court Monday night, opening their season against the West Fairmont Middle School Cubs (WFMS).

269     0

Bearcats thrash East Fairmont with 33 point win on the road

GRAFTON—Ryan Maier poured in 27 points and Blake Moore added 19 as the Grafton Bearcats thrashed East Fairmont on the road Saturday by the score of 77-44 to begin their varsity basketball season.

80     0

Local athlete helps lead travel softball team to championship victory

PRUNTYTOWN—The Morgantown based Black Diamond Express 14U Girls Softball team recently held their own and emerged victorious against a bevy of Pittsburgh based teams to win the Big Dipper Tournament held in New Castle, PA on February 13.

82     0

15 wrestlers place in top five or better at first tournament

BRIDGEPORT— The Grafton Wrestling Club traveled to Bridgeport over the weekend, taking over the Meadowbrook Mall, hitting the mats to compete in the Tribe Takedown Classic hosted by Bridgeport.

93     0

Lady Bearcats suffer two straight losses

GRAFTON—Playing their third game in four days, the Grafton Lady Cats basketball team hosted Trinity Christian School on Saturday after traveling to Philip Barbour the previous evening.

264     0

Grafton Lady Cats tip off the season

GRAFTON—After months of uncertainty and multiple schedule changes, the Grafton Lady Cats basketball team finally tipped off their 2020-21 regular season on Wednesday against conference foe East Fairmont, ultimately dropping the contest by the score of 60-34.

303     0

Lady Knights basketball program makes improvements on and off the court

PRUNTYTOWN— Despite the hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Lady Knights basketball team has been hard at work on and off the court, making improvements to the program.

297     0

Bearcat swimmers ready to dive into 2021 season

GRAFTON—On Friday, the Grafton High School swim team finished up a full week of practice in the water at Alderson Broaddus University in preparation for their first meet of the season on March 16.

297     0

TC Little League tryouts scheduled

GRAFTON—It is time to play ball, as Taylor County Little League has recently announced a tryout date for those who have signed up to take part in the 2021 season.

289     0

Taylor County Little League ready to play ball

TAYLOR COUNTY—It is nearly time to dust off home plate and play some ball! In preparation, Taylor County Little League has recently released registration information for the upcoming season.

400     0

Bearcat basketball ready to hit the hardwood

GRAFTON— After the COVID-19 pandemic postponed the start of their season, the Bearcat basketball team is now ready to hit the hardwood, and get their much anticipated season underway.

468     0

Lady Cats find a unique way to put fans in the stands this season

GRAFTON—Because of the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions that threatened to put a halt to the 2020-2021 sporting season before it even began, many indoor and most major winter sports have seen some changes to their rules and regulations.

0     0

Lady Cats find a unique way to put fans in the stands this season

GRAFTON—Because of the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions that threatened to put a halt to the 2020-2021 sporting season before it even began, many indoor and most major winter sports have seen some changes to their rules and regulations.

401     0

ABO looking to create league in North Central West Virginia

GRAFTON—Taylor Duncan, a 25-year-old man from Dallas, Georgia, has a desire of helping other individuals overcome their disabilities to gain social and physical skills for success in life.

405     0

WVUhoops social media accounts make the Power Dozen

MORGANTOWN—According to Skull Sparks, an NCAA sports digital and design firm based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, West Virginia men’s basketball’s social media accounts are now considered among the NCAA’s “Power Dozen.”

560     0

World TeamTennis and the Greenbrier Resort in negotiations

GREENBRIER COUNTY—Professional tennis players may be making their way to Greenbrier County soon as a result of the top international tennis tours ceasing to operate since early March with no tour events expected to resume until August at the earliest.

485     0

WVSSAC Director talks prep football

TAYLOR COUNTY—As fans wait anxiously for the decision to be made regarding fall sports, West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission Executive Director Bernie Dolan says he is optimistic that there will be a high school football season in the state this year.

491     0

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.

2170     0
Video News

Taylor County Biddy League Basketball


...