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PCHS Boys blank Nicholas 6-0 to win Sectional Championship

The Pocahontas County High School Boys soccer team won the Region III, Section I Championship by defeating Nicholas County, 6-0, Thursday evening in Summersville.  All four school classes contributed goals for Pocahontas in the match. Senior...

Warriors win in extra innings

After several cancelled games and missed practices due to snow and cold, the Pocahontas County High School Warriors were able to sneak in a game Monday evening and pulled out a big win, 6...

Four Warriors recognized for All-State team

The West Virginia Sports Writers Association has announced its selection of players for the 2016 All State Class A Football Team. Among those receiving recognition for their skill on the gridiron are four...

Warriors take down Lumberjacks at home

Dawn Workman Contributing Writer The weather wasn’t great, but the Pocahontas County High School Warriors did not let a little rain get in the way of a great performance Friday night – which was also Senior...

Bath’s answer to PCHS Press: commit 33 turnovers and 31 fouls

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County High School girls basketball team, ranked #7 in West Virginia Class A in both the AP and Coaches Preseason Polls, traveled to Bath County High School on Wednesday, December...

Roundball squads prepare for action

Lady Warriors 2014-15 Basketball Schedule Dec. 3 6:00 p.m. @ Bath County, Virginia Dec. 10 5:00 p.m. East Hardy Dec. 12 6:00 p.m. Rogers Oil Tourn. @ Summers County Dec. 13 6:00 p.m. Rogers Oil Tourn. @ Summers...

Warriors open football season at Tucker County

A slight chill in the mountain air heralds the start of another football season in Pocahontas County. The Warriors have been working hard in practice and appear to be ready for prime time. The...

Warriors 9-2 after win over Tygarts Valley

Dave Curry Contributing Writer Unlucky Friday the 13th began with an ominous turn for the Pocahontas County High School Warriors as game time changes were brought on by the threat of ice storms later that evening....