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Friday, January 13, 2006

Sports - January13 2006 Charleston Area

Statement by State
Jackets win showdown with Eagles
The home team didn’t need a Fleming Hall bounce Thursday night, but got it anyway.

Rick Ryan
Still no call on umpires’ negotiations with county
A CHANGE OF seasons hasn’t changed anything in the impasse between area umpires and principals.

UC’s Lee gets 28 points, 9 rebounds in win over State
Eventually, there was too much rebounding, too much backcourt pressure and too much Lisa Lee for West Virginia State to handle.

Snyder leads Sissonville to 8th win in a row
Sissonville’s Kaitlin Snyder sensed her teammates needed a lift and wasn’t about to let them down despite a tender ankle.

Prep basketball roundup
Long leads George Washington past South Charleston 73-71
Chris Long poured in a career-high 33 points Thursday night, including a jumper from the free-throw line with 1.2 seconds left, giving host George Washington a 73-71 boys basketball victory over South Charleston.

WVC roundup
Salem men stop Shepherd
David Watson scored 16 points and had six rebounds to lead Salem International to an 83-64 victory over host Shepherd University on Thursday.

Names in the games
Maier is finalist for national honor
Mackenzie Maier, a 6-foot-3 junior all-state basketball player from Charleston Catholic, was named a finalist for the 24-Hour Fitness National Player of the Week recently.

Area roundup
Border Battles basketball tickets available
Tickets are now selling at numerous sites for the second Border Battles, a high school basketball showcase featuring Huntington natives O.J. Mayo and Bill Walker.
WVU Tech leaving conference
Montgomery school's athletic program wants to return to NAIA

Ex-role player has bigger job for Eagles
Here's a piece of trivia to keep those gears in your head spinning

Patriots even it up against rival
Chris Long's clutch shot gives GW victory over South Charleston

MU manager has close ties to tragedy
Column: Chuck Landon

Yellow Jackets stick together in victory over UC
West Virginia Conference men

UC's Thomas rights ship, returns to starting spot
West Virginia Conference women

St. Albans girls win; Logan tops Poca boys
Prep basketball roundup

League coaches are shocked by WVU Tech's desire to exit WVC

At high school all-star football game, the rich keep getting richer
Column: Frank Giardina

High school boys basketball statistics
Kanawha, Putnam counties

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