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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Sports - January 12 2006 Charleston Area

WVU’s 9th in a row snaps Hoyas’ seven-game win streak
MORGANTOWN — There is no question that West Virginia’s basketball team has its flaws. And based on some of the things that have happened in the Mountaineers’ last three games, those shortcomings are going to cost them some games this season.

Mitch Vingle
No high-speed chases in this adventure
MORGANTOWN — I always said West Virginia’s basketball team features the hardest-working men in slow business.

Herd wins C-USA opener over UCF
ORLANDO, Fla. — Playing in his hometown, Travis Aikens scored 10 of his 17 points in the second half as Marshall beat Central Florida 73-69 in the first Conference USA game ever for both teams.

Capital edges Woodrow 55-53
Capital’s Tyrone Goard saved his best for last.

UC, State battle for WVC’s top spot
Emotions will be running high tonight when the University of Charleston and West Virginia State men’s basketball teams tangle at Fleming Hall in Institute.

WVC basketball
UC vs. State women’s rivalry picks up steam
The rivalry that exists on the hardwood between the University of Charleston and West Virginia State isn’t a men’s-only affair. The women get after each other, too.

Irish, Central expecting sequel in March
Boys basketball notes
Both sides in last Saturday’s epic Class A battle between Charleston Catholic and Wheeling Central expect they haven’t seen the last of each other.

Prep basketball roundup
Riverside rallies past Cabell Midland
Mark and Travis Zimmerman scored 22 and 13 points, respectively, to lead Riverside to a come-from-behind 57-44 road win over Cabell Midland in boys high school basketball Tuesday.

Scoreboard: Prep basketball, prep wrestling
WVU doesn't panic
Mountaineers overcome shooting woes to earn ninth consecutive victory

WVU displayed toughness in Big East victory
Jack Bogaczyk column

Capital's tall Holstein has a long memory
Center's well-rounded game helps Cougars stun No. 6 Flying Eagles

South Charleston, GW worried most about third meeting of season
High school boys basketball notebook

Marshall earns big victory in league opener
Orlando native Travis Aikens scored 10 of his 17 points in the second half Wednesday to lead four Marshall scorers in double figures as his team defeated Central Florida, 73-69

State seeks continued dominance of Charleston in conference rivalry
West Virginia Conference men's basketball

Childress double-double helps Nitro rebound from loss to St. Albans
High school boys basketball roundup

Top of the Second
Burdette opens 32nd year as WVU gymnastics coach

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