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Monday, January 09, 2006

Sports - January 09 2006 Huntington Area

Waginger comes up short in return
Brigham Waginger returned to his hometown and former school on Saturday and was welcomed by a packed house and a motivated Fighting Tigers team. Details Evans scores 20 in Tolsia victory
QUINCY, W.Va. -- B.J. Evans scored 20 points to lead Tolsia (7-1) to a 67-58 win over Liberty-Raleigh (3-4) in boys high school basketball action Saturday. Details

Highlanders hand Black Eagles first loss
HUNTINGTON -- The Bill Evans Player of the Year Award will not be bestowed on the state's top boys basketball player until March, but two of the top candidates faced off Saturday and did not disappoint. Details

Fighting Irish no match for Cadets
HUNTINGTON -- Dennis Cole will likely never forget the experience. Trying to shoot a basketball against a 7-foot, college bound player is the kind of thing that sticks with an athlete. Cole, a versatile 6-foot-2 player for the Huntington St. Joseph boys basketball team, shared the experience with his teammates Friday night when the Fighting Irish faced Millersburg (Ky.) Military Institute. Details

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