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W.Va.'s National Merit Scholarship winners named

Jul 15, 2014 • Charleston Gazette
Anika H. Rowe, of Charleston, George Washington High School: National Merit West Virginia University Foundation Inc. Scholarship. Probable field of study: chemistry. Anna H. Schles, of Charleston, Charleston Catholic High School: National Merit West ... More

PREP BASEBALL: Cassis named baseball coach at George Washington

Jul 28, 2014 • Charleston Daily Mail
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Former Fayetteville baseball standout Louie Cassis wasted no time in accepting the head baseball coaching job at George Washington High School, and a new face will be joining his baseball team and the football program with the ... More

GW bowler has professional aspirations

Jul 24, 2014 • Charleston Gazette
Atkinson, a senior who competes for George Washington High School, has much loftier aspirations. ... He won the West Virginia state high school doubles championships and the Junior Tournament Bowlers Association of Ohio doubles title. He also finished ... More

West Virginia native specializes in short-term retail shops, opens store in ...

Jul 20, 2014 • The Republic
CHARLESTON, West Virginia — On your next trip to Myrtle Beach — one of West Virginia's most popular vacation destinations — you might want to check out a new pop-up store created by Charleston native Bee Borromeo, a fashion designer and ... More

66 puts Will Evans in West Virginia Open lead

Jul 24, 2014 • Charleston Gazette
DANIELS — Will Evans turned in one of those rounds you dream about Thursday, but Craig Berner's steady hand kept him in the hunt at the 81st West Virginia Open. Evans, a former George Washington High School standout and sophomore-to-be at Marshall ... More

81st W.VA. OPEN: Berner, Hess tied for lead after first round

Jul 23, 2014 • Charleston Daily Mail
Edgewood Country Club head professional Craig Berner and Kenneth Hess, a Vienna native who annually competes in the Greenbrier Classic Monday qualifier at Glade Springs, lead a pack of former champions after the first round of the 81st West Virginia ... More

Public Courts: Swann outlasts Gillis to win women's open title

Jul 19, 2014 • Charleston Gazette
Fifteen-year-old Katie Swann picked up a few pointers this week competing in the women's open singles division of the 55th annual Charleston Public Courts tennis tournament. “[I learned] to not give up and keep moving forward and not get down,'' said ... More

Public Courts: Walker collects seventh men's open crown

Jul 19, 2014 • Charleston Gazette
Patrick Walker, an instructor at the Charleston Tennis Club, fell behind consistently in the first set before gathering himself and rallying past Ryan Massinople, who has taken lessons from Walker the past four years, for a straight-sets 6-3, 6-3 ... More

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