UPDATE: Warriors win Webster County Holiday Tournament

The Pocahontas County High School Warriors defeated Richwood, 68-58, in the championship game of the Webster County Holiday Tournament in Upper Glade on Saturday night. The Warriors defeated AA Nicholas County, 68-59, in the...

Warriors put the bite on Bulldogs, 48-14

A full moon hung over Bulldog Stadium in Mill Creek on Friday night, but the Pocahontas County High School Warriors came home howling with a 48-14 victory. Despite their team's lack of victories in recent...

Football coach proud of team’s effort

Third-year Head Coach Doug Burns of the Pocahontas County High School Warriors is proud of his team's effort this season. This year's football roster listed just three returning senior starters: overachieving linemen Chad Burns...

Two wins and heartbreaking loss for Lady Warriors

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer Tygarts Valley 39 @ PCHS 66 Tygarts Valley and PCHS both start three seniors and neither team has a height advantage. The Lady Bulldogs surprised the PCHS faithful on January 14 with a...

Lady Warriors go from cold to hot at Summersville Tourney

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer The number-five-ranked Class A PCHS Lady Warriors participated in the Nicholas County Armory Classic in Summersville for the first time on Friday and Saturday, December 27-28. PCHS opened the tournament on Friday...

Old Man Winter – 3, TCHS – 1 and PCHS – 0

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Sectional and Regional dates announced Old Man Winter took three of the four Pocahontas County High School Lady Warriors' scheduled games last week.  Thursday's home game versus Tygarts Valley will not be...

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...

Coach: Warriors can win out “if they do the right things”

The winter doldrums have arrived in Pocahontas County and that always means lots of cancelled basketball games. On the other hand, the young Warrior basketball squad will be well-rested for the final eight games...