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Monday, January 09, 2006

Sports - January 09 2006 Charleston Area

‘March’ play helps WVU shock ’Nova
VILLANOVA, Pa. — The calendar may say it’s January, but to West Virginia’s basketball team it sure is beginning to feel a lot like March. March of last year, that is.

Doug Smock: Mark it down: Marshall will finish eighth
WITH THE latest-starting league season in America ready to begin in the new Conference USA, I have a confession.

WVU ‘made intelligent plays...executed better’
VILLANOVA — Jay Wright wasn’t about to make any excuses, not that there were any that would have seemed plausible.

Norman Chad
Married life taking its toll on Tiger Woods
TIGER WOODS did not play in the PGA Tour’s season-opening Mercedes Championship over the weekend. Why? He’s, uh, tired.

Roundup: Herd women hold off UAB

Marshall recruit killed in automobile crash
Marshall University football recruit David Gibson was killed Saturday night in an automobile accident near Atlanta.

West Virginia boxscore
West Virginia 91, Villanova 87
One for the resume
The Mountaineers' 91-87, come-from-behind win against No. 3 Villanova at the noisy, soldout Pavilion will look mighty good to their prospective employer, a.k.a., the NCAA Tournament selection committee

Gansey knew what to expect
West Virginia forward used knowledge gained from Villanova coach to his advantage Sunday

Making their marks
Kanawha County stars are playing big roles for the nation's premier programs, Connecticut and Tennessee

Hornbuckle shines, Montgomery struggles in matchup
The parents knew what to expect before their daughters, Tennessee's Alexis Hornbuckle and Connecticut's Renee Montgomery, stepped onto the basketball court here

Marshall recruit dies in accident
David Gibson was in en route to Huntington to enroll at Marshall and join Herd football team

Marshall plays to its opponents' abilities
Herd gives No. 20 George Washington a scare

Top of the Second
Gwaltney headed to Nassau, coach confirms

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