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Media Advisory: WV Press sharing photos of WVSSAC Girls Basketball Tournament; Effort courtesy of Mister Bee Potato Chips

WV Press News Sharing

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Press Association will again be providing newspapers with photos of each basketball game at the WVSSAC Girls and Boys State Basketball tournaments. The effort covers all five days, including Saturday’s championship games.

The photos are being provided as a member service as no charge. At least two photos from each game will be distributed by email and also posted on The photos will be emailed as soon as possible after the game to the WVPA editors email list and no later than at the end day and evening sessions.

To have photos emailed directly to sports staffers, please send the email addresses to

This year’s effort to have photographers at each game is being supported by Mister Bee Potato Chips, the Only Potato Chip Made in West Virginia.

On behalf of the WV Newspaper Industry, the WV Press Association thanks Mary Anne Ketelsen and Rob Graham of Mister Bee for the company’s support of community newspapers and student athletes.

Here are photos galleries with new pictures added daily:


Cameron defeats Tucker County for the WVSSAC Class A Girls Basketball Title

Morgantown defeats Wheeling Park for the WVSSAC Class AAAA Girls Basketball Title

Marcus Constantino / Courtesy Mister Bee Potato ChipsWheeling Park players and coaches are photographed with the state runner-up trophy after the West Virginia girls AAAA championship game at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center, Saturday, March 11, 2023, in Charleston.