Keyser ends Lady Indians basketball season

by Jamie Harris Last Tuesday, February 21, the Berkeley Springs Lady Indians basketball team traveled to Keyser for the opening round of the sectional playoffs. Keyser had swept the Lady Indians in the regular sea- son and a road trip to the Golden Tornado would be a tough challenge for[Read More…]

Bucks I have known: Part VII — The Disappearing Buck

This is the latest in a multi-part series of columns about memorable deer that stand out from decades of whitetail hunting. The Disappearing Buck One fall, many years ago, I had been squirrel and turkey hunting on a friend’s property on the west end of Morgan County. Of course, while[Read More…]

Chip Shots – Hanging by a thread?

Hanging by a thread? by Jim Buzzerd The West Virginia University men’s basketball team put their spot in this year’s NCAA Basketball Tournament in jeopardy by blowing an eight point second half lead and losing 78-72 to Texas Tech. The Mountaineers beat Tech in Lubbock 76-61 on January 25 which[Read More…]

Harris & Zombro capture regional wrestling championships

Clark, Morgan, Cain, Gageby, Clark & Wilt punch tickets to states by Jamie Harris All season long the Berkeley Springs Indians wrestling team took some lumps at the hands of some of the state’ s best. All this in preparation for this past weekend’s Class A/AA Region I Wrestling Championships[Read More…]

Indians snap losing streak with win over Moorefield

by Jamie Harris The Berkeley Springs Indians varsity basketball team got back in the win column this past week with a home victory over Moorefield after a loss to Southern Fulton earlier in the week. On Monday, February 13 the Indians traveled to Southern Fulton (Pa.) for a showdown with[Read More…]

Everyday Outdoors: Rabbit hunts

Rabbit hunts Deer hunting has been the most popular type of hunting here in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, and the surrounding area, for the last 50 years or so, but it wasn’t always that way. Many hunters in this area, up until at least the early 1970’s, were[Read More…]

Chip Shots – A Step Back

A step back by Jim Buzzerd I’ve been trying to present the West Virginia University men’s basketball team as a team on the mend after a rough start in conference play. After Saturday’s 94-60 loss at Texas, I’m not sure what to think. WVU went to Austin having won four[Read More…]