Grafton’s Ware to play in North-South football game

GRAFTON—Grafton High School senior Garrett Ware has been selected to play in the 2018 West Virginia North-South Football Classic, in Charleston, this summer. The all state selection was one of 35 players chosen to represent the northern half of WV in this annual battle.

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Bearcats compete in UMWA/Husky Invitational

FARMINGTON – The Grafton High School track team competed in the 2018 UMWA/Husky Invitational on Friday night on the campus of North Marion High School.

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GHS fall to Fairmont Senior and Gilmer

FAIRMONT – The Grafton High School baseball team continued their road schedule on Friday as they traveled to Mary Lou Retton Park to take on state ranked Fairmont Senior. The Cats could only manage two hits in the contest as they fall to the Polar Bears 10 to 0 in six innings. 10 to 0 in six innings.

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GHS track competes at Battler Invitational

PHILIPPI—The Grafton High School track team braved the heat for the first time this season, last Friday night, in Philippi. The Bearcats were taking part in the annual Battler Invitational, on the campus of Alderson Broaddus University. The Cats ran, jumped and threw against teams from North Marion, Liberty, Buckhannon-Upshur, Braxton County, Philip Barbour, Elkins, Roane County and Petersburg.

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Hess named Athlete of the Week

Senior Ryan Hess has been named the Grafton High School student-athlete of the week for his performance last week for the GHS baseball team.

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TCMS runs at Charlie Pritt Classic

KINGWOOD—The Taylor Middle School track team continued their road trips last week, as they headed to a very cold Kingwood, to run in the Charlie Pritt Classic. The Knights ran against teams from East Fairmont, Southern, Bridgeport, Central Preston, South Harrison, South Preston, Tucker Valley, Davis-Thomas, Bruceton and West Preston.

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GHS baseball plays close with Petersburg

GRAFTON—The Grafton High School baseball team hosted Petersburg on Wednesday night at Upton Field. Petersburg arrived in Grafton as the sixth ranked AA team in the state. The Cats were not intimidated, as they gave Petersburg all they could handle, but in the end the Cats came up short 7—4.

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GHS tennis results

GRAFTON—The Grafton High School tennis teams have continued to play this spring, even though the weather has not been perfect. On April 6, the Cats played host to the Philip Barbour Colts. The boys defeated the Colts 4—3, while the girls lost 6—1.

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Busy weekend for Lady Cats

GRAFTON—The Grafton High School softball team had a very busy weekend, as they played five games in three days. In the five games, the girls went two and three, but gained very valuable experience that will help them into the sectional tournament in the coming weeks. The first game of the weekend saw the Lady Bearcats take down the Lady Polar Bears of Fairmont Senior. The Cats scored four runs in the first and a key run in the seventh to come away with a 9—8 win.

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Taylor County Youth Leage Basketball champs announced

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Youth League Basketball season is complete. Thanks to all the coaches, parents, and students who helped make this year a success.

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TCMS Knights defeat Elkins 12-3

ELKINS—The Taylor County Middle School Lady Knights continued their road schedule last week, as they headed to Elkins to face the Hornets. The Knights struck first, as they put up four runs in the first inning and never looked back, dominating the game 12—3. Jordan Niggemyer led the Knights, as she went four-for-four from the plate, including and inside the park homerun.

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GHS track holds first home meet of the season

GRAFTON­—The Grafton High School track teams hosted their first track meet of the season last week at McKinney Field. The Cats hosted teams from Philip Barbour, Preston, Clay-Battelle, University High, South Harrison and Notre Dame.

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Chris Miller named Athlete of the Week

Freshman Chris Miller has been named the Grafton High School student-athlete of the week for his pitching performance against the Preston Knights.

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TCMS softball team defeats Doddridge 6-4

DODDRIDGE COUNTY—The Taylor County Middle School Knights softball team headed west down US Route 50, on Thursday night, to battle with the bulldogs of Doddridge County. The Knights used a three-run second inning to propel themselves over the bulldogs 6—4.

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Lady Bearcats rally to beat Preston 12-0

GRAFTON—The Grafton High School softball team earned their second win of the season Tuesday night, as they hosted the Lady Knights of Preston High. The Knights jumped out to a seven-run first inning, but the Lady Cats never gave up as they rally late to defeat the Knights 12—10. Seniors Maddie Simmons and Ally Peters led the Lady Cats with three hits apiece against the Knights.

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GHS Bearcat Baseball wins first game of season

GRAFTON—The Grafton High School baseball team played host to the Preston Knights on a packed campus at GHS. The Cats played their best baseball of the young season and found themselves on the large end of a 9­—2 score. This was the first win this season for these young Cats. Freshman Chris Miller was on the mound for GHS, as he recorded his first win for the blue and gold. Miller threw a seven inning complete game, and he recorded four strikeouts, allowed 13 hits and did not walk a single batter.

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