The first day of fall has officially arrived, and there is no better time to get into the outdoors than right now.
The Hampshire volleyball team crossed another item off its season-long bucket list, going undefeated in pool play at the Motown Showdown last Saturday in Morgantown.
Ricky Moreland scored a pair of touchdowns and the Romney Middle School Pioneers proved to be too much for Shepherdstown to handle on the gridiron last Wednesday evening at Rannells Field.
I’m not even going to attempt to fool you.
SUNRISE SUMMIT — Rain or shine, the stars will be out Friday night when the Hampshire Trojans return to the gridiron.
If you found yourself wondering what those pickup trucks with a big light on the back of them were doing along county back roads a few weeks ago, you probably are not the only one. It was science at work here in Hampshire County.
Though speed is key in any race, approximately halfway through an extremely successful season, the Hampshire High School cross country teams are still taking things slow.
Don’t look now, but we’ve got something a bit new and refreshing to look forward to on the sports landscape here in Hampshire County.
A big time aerial assault, including a new state record 7 touchdown receptions for Christian Johnson, propelled Jefferson to a big win over the visiting Hampshire Trojans last Friday night at Jefferson.