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Warrior golf takes sixth at states

Cailey Moore Staff Writer On Sunday, October 4, the Pocahontas County High School golf team traveled to Wheeling to compete in the state golf tournament. Following two days of competition, Charleston Catholic won the state title with...

Archery team hosts tournament at PCHS

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer The Pocahontas County Archery team hosted a tournament Saturday at Pocahontas County High School, with teams from Peterstown elementary and middle schools, Elkview elementary and middle schools, James Monroe High School, Pickens...

Warriors cruise to easy win over Chargers

Dave Curry Contributing Writer Pocahontas County High School men’s basketball season is well underway, and the Warriors are off to a good start, having won four games so far. On Monday, the Bath County Chargers visited and...

PCHS track teams – second and fourth at East Invitational

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer Twelve schools, including Allegheny County and Covington High Schools in Virginia, participated in the Greenbrier East Invitational April 12.  The other 10 West Virginia schools included two in Class AAA, four in AA and...

PCHS XC up and running and running – and running

Kevin Stitzinger Contributing Writer The Pocahontas Coun-ty Cross Country Team ran its third race of the season this past weekend. The hurricane rains held off to create ideal racing conditions Saturday that allowed each Cross Country...

Freshman leads Tucker to win over Pocahontas

Contributing Writer Bruce McKean The #5 ranked Pocahontas County High School Lady Warriors (11-3) traveled to Hambleton January 21 to face the #4 Tucker County Lady Mountain Lions (10-2) on their mountain.  For the second straight...

PCHS golf team finishes sixth in state

The Pocahontas County High School golf team finished number six in the state, after competing in the state tournament in Wheeling on October 7, 8 and 9. Charleston Catholic won the state title with a...

Wildcats end Warrior baseball season – again

Frustrated by playoff losses and with a clear view of reality in the 1970s, Houston Oilers Head Coach Bum Phillips said, “The road to the Super Bowl goes through Pittsburgh.” For the Pocahontas County High...