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Boys soccer season off to a good start

Teresa Kloeker Contributing Writer Pocahontas County High School Boys Soccer began its season August 16 with a scrimmage against Shady Springs. The Warriors won that match 3 – 1. Scoring were seniors Hunter Shafer and Elijah Robertson...

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 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 set season records

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Varsity, 65 Tygarts Valley Varsity, 42 The Tygarts Valley girls basketball team traveled to #11 ranked (Coaches and AP Polls) Pocahontas County High School January 24 for their second match up this season, and PCHS...

Warrior Football ~ JV Avengers at Bath

Varsity shuts out West at Homecoming Aaron Pugh Contributing Writer After the varsity fell to the Bath County Cavaliers in week six, the junior varsity squad traveled to Bath County October 8 to introduce themselves. One of...

PCHS girls place first at Moorefield and Richwood track meets

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County High School track teams traveled to Moorefiled High School April 17 for a Class A small meet (three schools) that also included East Hardy High School. Athletes who placed in the...

Lady Warriors improve to 4-9 vs Charleston Catholic

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer PCHS Varsity, 49 Charleston Catholic Varsity, 35 Last basketball season the Pocahontas County High School Lady Warriors started with a 9-2 run in  their one February match up vs #9 Charleston Catholic in Charleston and led 14-9 after...

Warrior Football ~ Pride

Aaron Pugh Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County High School Warriors ended their 2018 season with a loss to #13 AA Shady Springs Tigers. When the opposing team shows up in three school buses and brings their band,...

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