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B-UHS looks ahead after reclassification

Posted: Sunday, Nov 29th, 2015
TENNERTON -- The landscape of high school sports in West Virginia will have a different look for the next four years, especially for Buckhannon-Upshur athletic programs.
The WVSSAC released its reclassification of schools for the next four years last week and while B-U remained in Class AAA, a pair of local rivals -- Elkins and Lewis County -- dropped down

Bucs’ Tenney, Blake named to First Team

Modified: Tuesday, Nov 24th, 2015
MORGANTOWN -- Buckhannon-Upshur's Josh Tenney and Cam Blake have been named to the First Team of the 2015 West Virginia Sports Writers Association Class AAA boys soccer all-state squad.
Tenney and Blake were both seniors for the Bucs, who captured the sectional title and advanced to the regional championship game. Tenney was selected as a forward and Blake a

Starkey earns honorable-mention laurels on girls’ All-State squad

Posted: Sunday, Nov 22nd, 2015
TENNERTON -- Buckhannon-Upshur's Taylor Starkey has earned honorable-mention laurels on the West Virginia Sports Writers Association girls soccer Class AAA All-State team.
Starkey was a senior co-captain for the Lady Bucs of head coach Jackie Zuliani. She also earned All-Big Conference First Team honors recently, as well as been named to the Second Team on the West Virginia High

Shehl steps down as Wesleyan football coach

Posted: Saturday, Nov 21st, 2015
BUCKHANNON -- After three years on the job, George Shehl has stepped down as West Virginia Wesleyan's head football coach.
Shehl went 11-19 during his tenure with the Bobcats, including a 5-5 mark in his first season.

Bobcat cagers open season with two wins

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 18th, 2015
FAIRMONT -- The West Virginia Wesleyan men's basketball team is off to a 2-0 start after collecting a pair of wins over the weekend in the Joe Retton Classic at Fairmont State University.
Senior Chris Dewberry fired in 34 points as the Bobcats held off Lincoln (Pa.), 83-76, in overtime on Saturday, while Wesleyan claimed an 85-82 decision over Shaw

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