Lady Indians Soccer pre-season preview

by Jamie Harris Veteran Berkeley Springs Lady Indians soccer coach Steve Havermale has another young team that he will place out on the pitch this coming season. The Lady Indians have had two weeks of practice in the books and the head coach stated he is excited about the teamwork[Read More…]

Indians Soccer looks to build on successful 2022 season

by Jamie Harris Last fall the Berkeley Springs Indians soccer team under first year head coach Randy Beal finished the season with a 6-12 record. While that may not look impressive to most, the Indians were able to take three wins against rival Keyser and advanced to the sectional championship[Read More…]

Berkeley Springs Golf kicks off 2023 Fall sports

by Jamie Harris As it always has, the Berkeley Springs High School golf team kicked off the 2023 fall athletics season with a match last week. Longtime head coach Dale McCumbee is doubling up his duties coaching both the Indians and the Warm Springs Middle School Wolves golf programs once[Read More…]

BSHS Cross Country Fall preview

Ian Helmick takes over as Head Coach by Jamie Harris The Berkeley Springs High School cross country programs will have a new/old head coach again this season as Ian Helmick takes over for Pedro Miguel who stepped down after one season. Helmick had previously served as head coach two years[Read More…]

Everyday Outdoors: Wade in the water

Wade in the water Summertime conditions often put various bodies of water at very low levels. Some rivers and streams that were great for floating and fishing in the Spring and earlier Summer can become very difficult to navigate, even with shallow running crafts. In some streams, during late Summer[Read More…]

Kollin Sullivan wins Melee Til Midnight Championship

Two weeks ago Berkeley Springs High School junior Kollin Sullivan (left, center) wrestled in the Melee Til Midnight tournament held at George Mason University Field House. Sullivan finished his 16 man bracket with a 4-0 record to take home the individual 165 lb. high school division title. photoby Jamie Harris