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

Chip Shots – Other News Broke

Other news broke by Jim Buzzerd Two weeks ago, I decided to take some time away from this column primarily because of my disillusion of college athletics with the advent of NIL and the transfer portal. Those two rule changes have essentially turned college athletics into professional sports. Schools can[Read More…]

Katie Stotler is Little League Volunteer of the Year

Morgan County Little League honored volunteer Katie Stotler during this year’s closing ceremonies for her contributions to the youth baseball league. League officials said of Stotler: “Before our season winds down and our players disperse into their summer adventures, we would like to take this moment to dedicate our last[Read More…]

BSHS softball has two named All-State

Alaira Harrington named to Class AA Second Team All-State Allison Gray named to Class AA Honorable Mention All-State by Jamie Harris This past week two Berk ley Springs Lady Indians softball players earned their first all-state honors. Both players had a phenomenal season at the plate and in the field[Read More…]

Everyday Outdoors: Bucks I have known: Part XIV

This is the latest in a multi-part series of columns about memorable deer that stand out from decades of whitetail hunting. Tripod In the late 1980’s, my buddy Austin “Dump” Brown and I were regularly hunting a property owned by a friend near Paw Paw. In early Fall, while scouting,[Read More…]