As I look out the window at the absolutely beautiful peaked out leaves, I also notice the wind quickly blowing them off. It’s amazing how fast time rolls on and the seasons change.
Another strong showing at an out-of-town tournament by the Hampshire volleyball team has coach Megan Fuller pleased and frustrated at the same time.
Monday night I got the chance to do something I really probably need to do more of — cover something a bit outside my comfort zone.
After a season mired by coaching changes, tough losses, small numbers and frustration in general, the Hampshire boys soccer team punished Pendleton County last Tuesday night, taking the game 10-2.
Though the pomp and camaraderie of Homecoming was on full display as it is every year, the action on the field caused a few frowns to be mixed in with the countless smiles at Rannells Field last Friday night.
Congratulations go out to Carroll Link and Butch Kuykendall for winning the 1st Gary Crane Cup, which was presented after the final round was played at Capon Springs Resort on Oct. 7.
The Hampshire soccer teams came up short in abbreviated action last week, with University taking both the boys and girls games on Tuesday evening.
Though they did an admirable job weathering the talented Golden Tornado offense, the Hampshire football team still felt the brunt of the storm and fell to Keyser on the road 28-0 last Friday night.
The Hampshire volleyball team took another step last Saturday, taking home 2nd place in the Robert C. Byrd Invitational.