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THE PRESS BOX FOR OCT. 24

October 24, 2018 When high school sports gets to the point where it’s no longer fun because the deck is stacked and some schools have absolutely zero chance of participating — much less winning — in a state playof... more »»

Knights Drop Rivalry Game to Blue Eagles

October 24, 2018 From early in the season, to game time on Friday, the talk in neighbor Wetzel and Tyler counties was “Who’s going to win this year’s football match-up?” It seemed everyone knew the result would have... more »»

TCMS to Play for LKC Championship

October 24, 2018 The 8-2 Tyler Consolidated Middle School Football Team, led by Coach Tommy Phillips, will host the Little Kanawha Conference’s middle school football championship game on Thursday, Oc. more »»

Knights’ Boys Headed to St. Marys

October 24, 2018 Tyler Consolidated Boys’ Cross Country team has secured its first-ever trip to the state meet. more »»

Tyler Netters Claim LKC Title

October 24, 2018 KIDWELL — Tyler Consolidated’s six seniors accomplished one of their season-long goals Oct. more »»

’Cats Repeat

October 17, 2018 Without a senior on the team and only one junior the Paden City Wildcat volleyball team went into Saturday’s OVAC Championship game with an 18-6 record and the number two seed behind Morgantown... more »»

THE PRESS BOX FOR OCT. 17

October 17, 2018 To me, a recent e-mail I received following the publication of the 25 greatest area athletes was the visual equivalent of fingernails raking across a blackboard. more »»

THE NET PRODUCT FOR OCT. 17

October 17, 2018 I’m sure that you have heard the slogan “Once a man, twice a child. more »»

Knights Coast Against Visiting Devils

October 10, 2018 The Knights’ volleyball team, playing on a home floor before a big crowd on “Pink Out” night, never let the fans down as the team put on a show to help raise funds for a good cause. more »»

TYLER COUNTY DOES IT RIGHT

October 10, 2018 Tyler County, West Virginia is home of the Tyler Consolidated Knights Volleyball Team. And it’s also home for roughly 9,000 people who live in the county’s communities amongst the hill. more »»

THE PRESS BOX FOR OCT. 10

October 10, 2018 Football and more football continues to grab the sports headlines. Hey, Cleveland is even getting in on the action some. more »»

TCMS Golfers End Shortened Season

October 10, 2018 The TCMS Golf Team originally had a slate of eight matches for their 2018 season, but half of those were cancelled because of rain or flooding. more »»

Knights Go Wild Against Eagles

October 10, 2018 Tyler Consolidated’s boys soccer players are steadily improving, starting to pick up the pace, and things are finally falling in place for the Knights. more »»

Rucker Stars in Tyler Win

October 3, 2018 Junior all-purpose player Mark Rucker scored four touchdowns and ran for 205 yards on 24 carries to propel Tyler Consolidated to a 49-42 win in a game that wasn’t as close as the final score. more »»

Yeater Tabbed For Max Preps Award

October 3, 2018 Mallory Yeater, a 5’7” Paden City high school sophomore on the Wildcats volleyball team, was named as the Max Preps West Virginia Player of the Week for Sept. 17-23. more »»

TC Golfers Finish Rainy Season

October 3, 2018 After having four regular season matches cancelled by rain or flooding, the TCHS Knights Golf Team ended their season with a soggy regional tournament on Monday, Sept. 24. more »»

THE PRESS BOX FOR OCT. 3

October 3, 2018 With football season halfway over, there’s still a good chance the Silver Knights can make the playoffs. Walton’s team is 3-2 and could easily be 4-1. more »»

Wildcats Fall During Homecoming

October 3, 2018 The Paden City Wildcats knew going into Friday’s football game with Cameron, the odds were against them. The Dragons came into the contest ranked fifth in the state and boasting a 5-0 record. more »»

Silver Knights Destroy Tigers

September 26, 2018 Tyler Consolidated’s Silver Knights made homecoming week a joyous occasion as the Knights football team cut the Wirt County Tigers to pieces, 63-6, on Friday, Sept. 21 on the home turf. more »»

Wildcats Take Sting Out Of Hornets, 42-12

September 26, 2018 By ED PARSONS Staff Writer Paden City scored the first score of the night with 1:01 left in the first quarter when senior quarterback Alex Mc Coy rambled in from 26 yards out; the extra point kick... more »»

 
 
 

 

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