February 22, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Tribe rolls by Hancock and Bishop Walsh, falls to Philip Barbour in hoops action

The Berkeley Springs Indians basketball team under interim head coach Chad Brinegar improved their record to 7-14 overall with a pair of wins this past week. More...

Indians Wrestling qualifies four for State Wrestling Championships

Davy Mundey Captures Region I Wrestling Championship

Last spring when the WVSSAC realigned the regions for athletics and moved the Berkeley Springs Indians to the Class A/AA Region I section it made many wonder how the athletic programs would fare. More...

Lady Pirates fall to Harman

The Paw Paw Lady Pirates varsity basketball team saw the 2016-2017 regular season end with a 63-16 loss to Harman last week.  Paw Paw was led by Amanda Benson who scored a team high 10 points and Marissa Moreland who scored six points in the los More...

BSHS athletic schedule

Thursday, February 23  Wrestling States at Huntington 6:30 p.m.  Friday, February 24  Wrestling States at Huntington 11:30 a.m.  JV Boys Basketball Tournament. Game 1 - St. James (away) vs Calvary (home) 6:45 p.m. More...

Biddy Buddy results

Minor Division playoffs   More...

Team Preston’s Battle of the Badges MDA Muscle Walk Basketball game set

Next Tuesday, February 28 the Berkeley Springs High School gym will be invaded by members of the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department, WV State Police, and members from the area’s local Fire Departments to participate in the first ever Batt More...

Lady Indians fall on road to East Hardy in regular season finale

Last Monday, February 13, the Berkeley Springs Lady Indians basketball program traveled to Hardy County for their final regular season basketball game against the East Hardy Lady Cougars. More...

Little League meeting

Morgan County Little League will hold a manager and coaches meeting Sunday, February 26, 6:30 p.m. More...

Warm Springs Wolves capture Potomac Valley Championship

It’s been on their mind for a year now. The loss in last year’s Junior Varsity Potomac Valley League championship game to Pendleton County. More...

State honors Berkeley Springs, Paw Paw High Schools for graduation rate

Berkeley Springs High School and Paw Paw High School were among the West Virginia high schools that were recognized for their exemplary graduation rate of 90% or higher at a February 10 ceremony in Charleston.  More...

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