Warriors couldn’t catch the Bobcats

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer The Pocahontas County High School Warriors fell to the Summers County Bobcats October 20 in their last home game of the season. The final score was 24-17. Both teams played great...

Pocahontas County Middle School Football

Front row l to r: Connor Taylor, Evan Hamrick, John Pritt, Ben Dunz, Sean Beverage, Nakota Smith, and Holden Sharp; second row: Brycen Carroll, Ryan Friel, Cassius Keating, Ryan Robinson, Braden Hayhurst and Tucker...

PCHS vs Shady Spring ~ Opiod Abuse Prevention Game of the Week

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced his office will feature the November 3 matchup of Pocahontas County High School Warriors vs. Shady Spring Tigers as an Opioid Abuse Prevention Game of the Week. Throughout...

Lady Warriors come up short in quarterfinals

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer The Pocahontas County High School Lady Warriors went up against Braxton County last Monday in the sectional quarterfinals. The Lady Warriors were behind 2-0 at half-time, but came back to tie the score...

Lady Warriors lock out the Mavericks

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer The Lady Warriors had two games scheduled for last week – Tuesday at James Monroe and Thursday at Beckley against Wyoming East, but Wyo-ming East had to cancel due to lack...

Warriors keep the Bulldogs in the pen

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer The Pocahontas County High School Warriors won over the Tygarts Valley Bulldogs Friday night, 41-6. The Warriors now have a 6-2 season standing. Senior FB Shane Peacock had 187 yards on 24 carries...

Warrior Men win one, lose two

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Pocahontas County High School Warriors Mens Soccer hosted the Nicholas County Grizzlies last Tuesday night and took time out to celebrate the school’s annual Senior Night. Seniors Jarret Taylor, Trey Rabel, Matthew Pritt,...