August 23, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Indians Soccer looks for consistency in 2017

Last fall the Berkeley Springs Lady Indians soccer team went 3-17 on the season. More...

Chip Shots

Jinxed

I’m jinxed. I won’t go into agonizing detail to convince anyone other than to point to my last two decisions to travel for a special occasion. More...

Superintendent’s reception August 29

A community reception for Morgan County’s new Superintendent Erich May will be held on Tuesday, August 29 at the Berkeley Springs High School cafeteria starting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. The event is open to the public.   More...

Paw Paw Volleyball looking to rebuild

Paw Paw Lady Pirates head volleyball coach Holly Palmer looks at her 2017 volleyball squad and sees a lot of new faces on the court. More...

Varsity Wolves begin season 2-0

The Varsity Warm Springs Wolves football team traveled to Poor House field for their season opener. Facing off against Martinsburg Orange, on August 12.  More...

Tribe Football looking for playoff appearance this season

The combination of Berkeley Springs High School football and the Class AA WV State Football Playoffs have not been mentioned for a long time in the Morgan County community. More...

Paw Paw Cross Country expecting success on the course

by Jamie Harris  More...

Indians Golf results

Spring Mills Invitational 8/15/17 at Cress Creek   More...

Six time State Shot and Discus Champion Harlie Stotler enters BSHS Athletic Hall of Fame

While Berkeley Springs standouts Rachel Buser’s 12 individual state championships in cross country and track or Meghan Mock’s 11 state championships may go unmatched in Berkeley Springs history the next individual also dominated the WV Cl More...