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Lady Warriors finish second at Mary “O” Classic

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Varsity, 47 Herbert Hoover Varsity, 36   The Pocahontas County High School Girls Varsity Basketball head coach Mike Kane was extended an invitation for his team to play in the Mary “O” Crusaderette Classic by...

Lady Warriors hand Allegheny its first loss

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Varsity, 78 Richwood Varsity, 16 The Class A #9 (AP Preseason Poll) Pocahontas County High School Girls Varsity Basketball team hosted Richwood December 18. Late last season when PCHS played in early February at Richwood, ten Lady...

Lady Warriors down West twice

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Varsity, 51 Greenbrier West Varsity, 20 Last season, the Greenbrier West varsity roster contained four seniors who accounted for 21 of their 61 points (34%) scored in their two match ups with Pocahontas County High...

Lady Warriors stumble at Allegheny, rebound at Pendleton

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Varsity, 41 Allegheny Varsity, 50 Unlike last season, thePocahontas County High School girls basketball coaches, Mike Kane, Alan Taylor and Chloe Bland, had a big hole to fill this season due to the graduation of one...

Intending to play

Two Pocahontas County High School soccer players signed letters of intent last week to play soccer at Potomac State College. Above, Garrett Coleman, a defender, is joined by, from left: Peyton Coleman, coach Shannon Arbogast,...

Warrior Pride intact at end of season

Aaron Pugh Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County High School Warriors came to the final game of its  3 - 6 season Friday night at Hico where they faced off against the #8 ranked Midland Trail Patriots. The...

Lady Warriors’ Winning Season

The Pocahontas County High School Lady Warriors soccer team played two sectional games the week of October 21 – the sectional semi-final and the sectional championship. The team is in class AA/A, Region III, Section...

Warriors fall to Bulldogs

Aaron Pugh Contributing Writer Being shut out is a horrible feeling, but shutting out the #10 team in the state for more than three quarters in the process takes a little of the sting out of...

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