email@example.comNAUGATUCK – For the second week in a row the Tug Valley Panthers pulled out an important overtime win improving their record to 4-1.
This year's inductees into the Williamson High School Hall of Fame (HOF) are a great group of athletes and come from some very good families.
It's hard to believe, but the regular season for high school football is half way over.
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WILLIAMSON - The 2014 class was inducted this weekend into the Williamson High School Hall of Fame.The induction ceremony was held Saturday at the new WHS HOF room at the historic Williamson Fieldhouse.
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By Tommy R. AtkinsonCharleston GazetteFor the Daily NewsWAYNE – Wayne had a week to stew over their first regular season loss since 2011.
On Sunday, September 21st the Tug Valley Bass Anglers held its seventh tournament of the 2014 season on Dewey Lake in Floyd County Kentucky.A total of 28 anglers competed in the event, which was sponsored by TMK Security.
Mingo Central football coach Yogi Kinder knows tonight's game is one of the biggest ever in the young history of the school.
There will be some good high school football games in the area tonight with the Mingo Central at Wayne game highlighting the action.
The Mingo Central Miners and Wayne Pioneers have several players putting up some impressive offensive numbers so far this season.
NAUGATUCK – Tug Valley High School is coming off a big overtime win over Haysi, Virginia.The Panthers are ranked No. 14 in the SSAC poll heading into this week's rivalry game with Tolsia.
GOODY, Ky. – The Sheldon Clark Cardinals will fly into CAM Stadium Friday night for a district game against the Belfry Pirates.