The Frankfort Falcons finished undefeated and will begin their quest for a title as the top seed in the West Virginia AA state playoffs, but they will have to do so with several bruises after a gut check, courtesy of the Hampshire Trojans.
Brett Stenberg took home 1st place in the 2nd annual Chuck Parsons Bowling Tournament recently held at Wilson Lanes. Tommy McDonald was 2nd, Richard Shanholtz 3rd, Craig Davis 4th and Joe Buff 5th.
The Hampshire Volleyball team took its play to another level this season, but when the dust settled and the final ball was spiked, the Trojans found themselves as sectional champions, but one step short of qualifying for the state tournament after a defeat at the hands of Martinsburg last Saturday at regionals.
Julieanne Buckley is back, and is eager to get to work.
This Saturday, HCP&R will sponsor its 2nd annual Biddy Buddy basketball clinic at the Hampshire High School gymnasium.
As is the case sometimes, even the best-laid plans have to change.
Outside of Seinfeld my favorite show to watch over and over and over again is The Office.
One of the most successful cross country seasons in Hampshire High School history concluded last Saturday, as both Trojan teams competed and fared well in the state meet outside Huntington.
Life in Tent City, West Virginia, took humble beginnings.