Two tied for lead in Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League action

TENNERTON – First Community Bank reeled off a 25-15 victory over Lisa Cain-Edward Jones, and Custom Cabinets handed High Point Construction a 26 ½-13 ½ licking last week to share the lead in the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League.

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Barlow tallies five goals in Lady Buc setback to Patriots

TENNERTON — The Buckhannon-Upshur girls lacrosse team dropped an 11-8 decision to George Washington Monday at Freal “Red’ Crites Memorial Stadium.

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Bucs bow to Tigers; Hold off late rally by Robert C. Byrd

TENNERTON — Elkins blew open a close game with a six-run outburst in the seventh inning to deal the Buckhannon-Upshur baseball team an 8-1 setback on Saturday.

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B-U 4-H Archery Clubs win own invitational

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Bucs drop double-OT thriller to RCB before knocking off Preston

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Bucs coast past Liberty, 68-45

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Lady ’Cats rally to earn road win at Notre Dame College

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Coles family leaving a mark at Wesleyan

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McClung hits milestone in Lady Bucs’ win over PBHS

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McClung, Lady Bucs hold off Fairmont Senior in a thriller

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  • Bobcat netters capture MEC tournament

    HUNTINGTON —West Virginia Wesleyan rallied from an early deficit to secure a 5-3 win over the University of Charleston in Sunday’s MEC Men’s Tennis Tournament Championship.

  • Bobcats will play three Thursday night tilts in 2017, including opener

    BUCKHANNON – Following the completion of their annual spring Orange and Black football game, the West Virginia Wesleyan football program and head coach Del Smith announced their 2017 schedule.

  • Defense wins Wesleyan spring scrimmage

    TENNERTON — Scoring was at a minimum in West Virginia Wesleyan’s annual Orange and Black scrimmage held Friday evening at Freal “Red’ Crites Memorial Stadium on the campus of B-UHS.

  • Bucs best Lewis

    TENNERTON — The Buckhannon-Upshur baseball team posted a 5-4 win over Lewis County Thursday night in Big 10 Conference play at William E. Phillips Memorial Field.

  • Furious rally falls short for Lady Bucs

    TENNERTON — A furious rally fell just short as the Buckhannon-Upshur High School softball team dropped a 13-11 decision to East Fairmont last Wednesday in Big 10 Conference play at the B-UMS field.

  • Lady ’Cats sweep crucial DH against Charleston

    CHARLESTON – West Virginia Wesleyan’s Lady Bobcats solidified their position atop the Mountain East Conference’s Southern Division here Sunday, knocking off the rival Charleston Lady Golden Eagles in both ends of a doubleheader.

  • Wesleyan’s Vet selected as MEC Pitcher of Week

    BUCKHANNON – West Virginia Wesleyan’s Hannah Vet has been selected as the Mountain East Conference’s Pitcher of the Week.

  • ’Cats place four on All-MEC tennis teams

    BRIDGEPORT — West Liberty’s Baptiste Perrin headlines the Mountain East Conference Men’s Tennis awards as the league’s Player of the Year, while Fairmont State’s Lucas Alves was named Freshman of the Year, and Falcons head coach Kyle Hoffman was tabbed as

  • RLB halts Little Lady Bucs’ win streak at five

    WESTON – Although the Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Lady Bucs outhit Robert L. Bland’s Lady Patriots by 7-6 edge here last Thursday, they ended up dropping a 7-3 decision.

  • Six student-athletes announce college decisions during ceremony

    TENNERTON — Six Buckhannon-Upshur High School student-athletes announced their college choices during a signing ceremony held Thursday afternoon inside the school’s auditorium.

  • Lady Bobcats sweep W.Va. State to run winning streak to nine games

    INSTITUTE – The West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcats knocked off West Virginia State’s Lady Yellow Jackets in a Mountain East Conference twin bill here Thursday to run their winning streak to nine games.

  • Little Lady Bucs earn sweep against WI

    TENNERTON – Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Lady Buc pitchers Ciara Melton and Alyssa Rohr allowed just one single between them here last Tuesday in a doubleheader sweep over Washington Irving’s Lady Hilltoppers.

  • White, Bailey power Bucs past Colts, 12-1

    PHILIPPI — Trahern White drove in five runs to back a solid pitching effort from Logan Bailey as the Buckhannon-Upshur baseball team cruised past Philip Barbour, 12-1, in six innings Monday in Big 10 Conference play.

  • No. 10 Lady Bobcats garner sweep of Salem International

    BUCKHANNON – West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcat Hannah Vet twirled a no-hitter in a 7-0 victory over Salem International here Tuesday in the first game of a non-conference doubleheader.

  • Bobcat baseball squad earns split with Salem International

    BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats broke even with Salem International’s Tigers in a non-conference twin bill here Tuesday, posting a 3-1 victory in the opener, but dropping a 3-0 decision in game two.

  • Lady Bucs cap busy week with victory

    TENNERTON — The Buckhannon-Upshur High School softball team capped off a busy week of games on a high note, knocking off Fairmont Senior by a score of 9-1 Monday in Big 10 Conference play.

  • Lady Cats’ up record to 30-6 after sweeps

    BUCKHANNON – West Virginia Wesleyan’s 12th-ranked Lady Bobcats reeled off a pair of Mountain East Conference doubleheader victories here last Friday and Saturday to boost their overall record to 30-6 and their league ledger to 18-4.

  • Little Lady Bucs cruise

    ELKINS – With Alyssa Rohr firing a no-hitter, the Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Lady Bucs reeled off their third straight victory here April 10, thrashing the Elkins Lady Green Hornets by a 9-1 count.

  • Strong pitching propels Bucs past Senior, 7-0

    TENNERTON — Logan Whitehair and Cole Hoover combined on a shutout as the Buckhannon-Upshur baseball team earned a 7-0 win over Fairmont Senior Monday in Big 10 Conference play at William E. Phillips Memorial Field.

  • Bobcats split pair of MEC doubleheaders at Concord

    ATHENS – West Virginia Wesleyan’s Bobcats split a pair of Mountain East Conference doubleheaders with Concord’s Mountain Lions last Friday and Saturday to leave them anchored in second place in the Southern Division.

  • Bobcats netters clinch share of MEC title, will be No. 2 seed in tournament

    ,BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan men’s tennis team wrapped up their regular season with a 7-2 win over Shepherd Monday in MEC play at the Bobcat Tennis Complex.

  • Wesleyan track teams sweep Jasmine Claggett Memorial

    BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan men’s and women’s track and field teams captured titles Friday in the annual Jasmine Claggett Memorial.

  • Feola’s Flowers takes early lead as Cupp Memorial Golf League begins

    TENNERTON – Action got under way in the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League last week with Feola’s Flowers taking a slim lead over First Community Bank.

  • Little Lady Bucs capture Bobcat Classic

    BUCKHANNON – The Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Lady Bucs captured nine events here last Saturday on their way to winning the West Virginia Wesleyan College Bobcat Classic track and field meet.

  • Little Bucs post a fourth-place finish in Bobcat Classic

    BUCKHANNON – Dakota Smith rang up the lone victory for the Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Buccaneers here last Saturday in their fourth-place finish in the West Virginia Wesleyan College Bobcat Classic track and field meet.

  • Lady ’Cats, Charleston remain tied for MEC lead after DH split

    BUCKHANNON – With Sayaka Foley firing a classy four-hitter, West Virginia Wesleyan’s Lady Bobcats blanked the arch-rival Charleston Lady Golden Eagles by a 5-0 count in the second game here Monday to earn a split in their Mountain East Conference doublehe

  • Little Lady Bucs battle Fairmont

    TENNERTON — The Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School lacrosse team split a pair of games against Fairmont on Saturday.

  • ’Cats strengthen standing in MEC with sweep of UC

    BUCKHANNON – West Virginia Wesleyan’s Bobcats strengthened their standing in the Mountain East Conference’s Southern Division here Monday by knocking off Charleston’s Golden Eagles in a doubleheader.

  • Bucs split games at Mingo Bay Classic, now 5-3 on season

    MURRELLS INLET, S.C. — The Buckhannon-Upshur baseball team split a pair of games in Mingo Bay Classic at St. James High School.

  • Cvechko earns MEC honors, both WVWC teams regionally ranked

    BRIDGEPORT – Notre Dame College’s Christian Strozier has been named the Mountain East Conference Men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week, while West Virginia Wesleyan’s Lauren Cvechko is the Women’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week, the league announ

  • Bobcat golfers place fourth in MEC Spring Championships

    CHARLESTON — West Virginia Wesleyan’s men golf team rolled to one of their highest team finishes within the history of the Mountain East Conference on Tuesday.

  • Wesleyan lacrosse team downs D&E

    ELKINS – The West Virginia Wesleyan lacrosse team doubled up homestanding Davis & Elkins by a 16-8 score Wednesday in non-conference action at Nuttall Field.

  • ’Cats earn MEC split against Charleston

    Zach Henderson and Chris Metrick teamed up to hurl West Virginia Wesleyan’s Bobcats to a 2-0 victory over Charleston’s Golden Eagles here Sunday in the first game of a Mountain East Conference doubleheader.

  • Lady ’Cats get bats going to capture MEC sweep against West Virginia State

    West Virginia Wesleyan’s Lady Bobcats struggled to a 3-2 triumph over West Virginia State’s Lady Yellow Jackets here Sunday in the first game of a Mountain East Conference twin bill.

  • Cvechko breaks own mark

    West Virginia Wesleyan senior Lauren Cvechko broke her own school record in the heptathlon over the weekend in the prestigious Tennessee Relays.

  • Bucs open Mingo Bay Classic play with a victory

    The Buckhannon-Upshur baseball team erupted for five runs in the fourth inning to hold off Beekmantown (N.Y.), 10-9, in their opening game of the Mingo Bay Classic on Monday.

  • Bobcat golfers off to good start at MEC event

    The West Virginia Wesleyan men’s golf team is off to a solid start after day one of competition in the two-day MEC Spring Championships at the Edgewood Country Club.

  • Wesleyan finishes seventh at league’s Spring Championships

    The West Virginia Wesleyan women’s golf team put three performers in the top 17 here after two days of play in the Mountain East Conference Spring Championships at the Oglebay Resort.

  • Lady Bobcats’ Casey earns a spot on All-Mountain East Conference first team

    BRIDGEPORT — Concord’s Natalia Jornet took home top honors for Mountain East Conference women’s golf after earning Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year honors.

  • Lady Bobcats open MEC play with 22-10 win over Notre Dame College

    BUCKHANNON – After playing a brutal non-conference schedule to start the season, the West Virginia Wesleyan lacrosse team opened Mountain East Conference play with a 22-10 win over Notre Dame College Friday at Cebe Ross Field.

  • Bobcat tennis team knocks off regional foe Shaw

    BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan men’s tennis team picked up a regional win over Shaw (N.C.) University Saturday afternoon at the Bobcat Tennis Complex.

  • Lady Bobcat tennis team falls to Shaw, edges California (Pa.)

    BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan women’s tennis team dropped a 6-3 decision to the Shaw (N.C.) University Bears Saturday in non-conference action at the Bobcat Tennis Complex.

  • Bucs capture pair of Big 10 victories

    TENNERTON — Trahern White belted two homers and knocked in four runs as the Buckhannon-Upshur baseball team rallied for a 10-9 win over Lincoln Wednesday in Big 10 Conference action at Willliam E. Phillips Memorial Field.

  • Stankus continues to soar for Lady Bucs, takes four events

    TENNERTON — Leah Stankus continued to dominant on the young season as the Buckhannon-Upshur girls placed third in their second home meet of the season on Tuesday.

  • Lady ’Cats win Bethany invite, men runner-up

    BETHANY — West Virginia Wesleyan’s track and field teams finished high in the 14-team Bethany Invitational held last Saturday.

  • Little Lady Bucs rout Mountaineer, 18-1

    CLARKSBURG – Ciara Melton twirled a one-hitter and the Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Lady Bucs combined 13 hits with 12 walks and four errors here March 29 to romp past Mountaineer, 18-1.

  • Little Lady Bucs under first-year lacrosse coach

    TENNERTON — With only two returning players, seventh-grader Miranda Greene and sixth-grader Lilly Heater, first-year Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School coach Jamie Greene had been pleased with his team’s play in the early part of the season.

  • Little Lady Bucs place second at Doddridge County Invitational

    WEST UNION – With Catherine Oliveto winning three events and finishing in a second-place tie in another, the Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Lady Bucs claimed runner-up honors here last Saturday in the Doddridge County Invitational track and field

  • Little Bucs finish 11th behind pair of third-place efforts

    WEST UNION – The Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Buccaneers came in 11th here last Saturday in the 15-team Doddridge County Invitational track and field meet.

  • B-U girls place third, boys tie for sixth at Big 10 meet

  • B-U wrestlers tie for 14th at Winner’s Choice