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Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Sports - January 11 2006 Charleston Area

A monumental victory
Hamrick's key bucket helps Hoover post first-ever win over Poca

Morgantown never looked so good
Mountaineers glad to be home as red-hot Georgetown comes to WVU Coliseum

Improving MU ready for C-USA debut
Herd is developing more team chemistry

W.Va. State has ‘Poore' man's version of John Beilein
Yellowjackets' coach deserves higher salary

For George Washington, no Payne means no gain
Patriots' swingman is returning to form after breaking his left wrist

Patriot girls get key victory over Eagles
Brittany Holestine leads George Washington with 25 points against South Charleston

Generals remain unbeaten in Cardinal Conference
High school boys basketball roundup

Princeton upsets Ripley; Charleston Catholic goes to 10-0
High school girls basketball roundup

WVU back home after big win
MORGANTOWN — It should be old hat by now and in some ways it is. West Virginia’s often-underappreciated basketball team goes into a game it isn’t supposed to win and does just that.

Mitch Vingle
WVU’s RPI, Heisman regrets and Brand’s black eyes
West Virginia’s basketball team is all over the place. Literally. Figuratively.

Girls basketball scores

Herd, UCF ready for C-USA debut
You might call it an eerily equal matchup.

Legg lifts GW
Lara Legg picked a good time to score her only points and George Washington picked a good time to heed its coach’s advice.

Boys basketball roundup
Winfield rallies for OT win
After trailing by 16 points in the first half, Winfield rallied for a 67-62 overtime victory over visiting Wayne in boys high school basketball Tuesday night.

Girls basketball roundup
Carpenter leads Sissonville past Wayne
Sissonville built a 13-point halftime lead en route to a 57-37 victory at Wayne in girls high school basketball Tuesday night.

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