Izabella Arbogast – no mercy on the mat

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer Seven year old Izabella Arbogast, daughter of Amber Arbogast, of Buckeye, is a state wrestling champion. Although she’s only been on the wrestling circuit for two years, Bella is a serious competitor. She...

Warrior Sports

The 2018 Pocahontas County High School Warrior football team. Front row, l to r: J.D. Sharp, Kolton Workman, Cody Kiner, Jacob Jones and Chris Wells. Second row: Dillon Shinaberry, Dustin Fitzgerald, Keaton Baldwin, Jesse...

Lady Warriors finish strong to claim two road wins

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Varsity, 40 Greenbrier West Varsity, 36 Pocahontas County High School girls basketball coaches Mike Kane, Alan Taylor and Chloe Bland have had a big task over the summer to replace three starters who graduated...

Lady Warriors take third road win after first loss at home

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS ............................ 43 Notre Dame .................. 55 The Clarksburg Notre Dame girls basketball team traveled to Pocahontas County High School December 5 for the Lady Warriors’ first home game.  These two teams played several times previously...

WVHIT Championship Game February 10

The Pocahontas County High School Warrior Basketball team will take on the Van Bulldogs in the WVHIT Championship game Saturday, February 10, at Robert C. Byrd High School in Clarksburg. The game will begin...

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...

PCHS track teams state-ranked in four events

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County High School Track teams did not get to run at their first scheduled meet at Keyser March 27.  Head Coaches Abe Rittenhouse, Aaron Pugh and Josh Abbott were happy...

PCHS girls are 2018 Coalfield Conference Champions; boys take second

Cheylin Woodruff and Irish Simmons notch school records Bruce McKean Contributing Writer The last time that Pocahontas County High School competed in a Coalfield Conference Track Meet was May 6, 2014. The PCHS girls scored 98 points that year...