Buck season opens Monday, Nov. 21

West Virginia’s buck firearms season open this coming Monday, November 21 and remains open through December 4. During the season, hunters may take one antlered deer per day, and a maximum of three antlered deer during the season in conjunction with the appropriate licenses. Any deer kill must be registered[Read More…]

Chip Shots – Some fire after all

Some fire after all by Jim Buzzerd For several weeks there has been ongoing speculation about Neal Brown’s future as head football coach at West Virginia University. While there was widespread support to end Brown’s tenure at West Virginia as his team was 3-6 last week except for one gigantic[Read More…]

Chip Shots – Smoke, no fire

Smoke, no fire by Jim Buzzerd What happens when the West Virginia University football team with just one conference win plays winless in conference Iowa State? The answer is the Mountaineers found a way to lose 31-14. West Virginia has now lost three in a row and is 3-6 overall[Read More…]

Chip Shots – WVU basketball opens Monday

WVU basketball opens Monday by Jim Buzzerd The West Virginia University football team continued its losing ways Saturday losing 41-31 to TCU at home. The effort was an improvement from last week’s shellacking at Texas Tech, but once again, critical mistakes at inopportune times cost WVU a chance to win.[Read More…]

Wheeling Central pounds Indians 67-6

by Jamie Harris This past Friday night, October 28, Morgan Field was ready to honor senior band, cheer and football players while the young Indians foot- ball team was preparing for a challenge from the Wheeling Central Knights. The Indians took the opening kickoff and went to work. On a[Read More…]

Chip Shots – It is better to receive

It is better to receive by Jim Buzzerd The West Virginia University football team is six games into the 2022 season and it’s still difficult to handicap this team. Last Thursday night the Mountaineers got past visiting Baylor by a 43-40 count. The win leaves West Virginia 3-3 overall and[Read More…]

Hampshire deals Indians eighth straight loss

by Jamie Harris This past Saturday, October 15, the Berkeley Springs Indians football team hit the road for a rare Saturday after- noon contest against the Hampshire Trojans. With three games left in the regular season the Indians were look- ing to end a seven game los- ing streak and[Read More…]