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Fairmont Senior outlasts Bridgeport in 10 innings, 9-6
Fairmont Senior’s “living on a prayer.”
During the Class AA semifinals on Thursday, all of the heart-ache and loss from previous seasons finally came to an end.
Passion for sports never dies
Before anything else, I was a ballplayer.
I spent hours on the diamond in my hometown of Latrobe, Pa., my knees skinned from stretching a single into a double and my neck burning under the hot summer sun.
Fairmont State signs dynamic guard
Fairmont State’s men’s basketball team has added a key player to its roster.
Shammgod Wells, a native of the Bronx, N.Y., signed his letter of intent to play basketball for Fairmont State Thursday.
Six home games, three Thursday contests mark FSU schedule
Fairmont State University’s football schedule was far from favorable during a 4-6 2012 season.
The Falcons had only four home games — none before Sept. 22 and three on or after Oct. 13.
Robbins uses a strategy to get hitters out
Pitching isn’t just a position on the baseball diamond — it’s an art.
When the hitter walks up to the plate, it’s like a battle within a battle. It’s a battle between the pitcher and the hitter — you versus your opponent, and only one guy who can win.
Mileto heads to Lincoln
Fairmont Senior’s former head coach, Jared Mileto, found a new home.
After three years as the head coach and a total of 11 years with the Polar Bears, Mileto is joining another Big 10 school in Lincoln.
Robbins carries Polar Bears to states
Fairmont Senior High School’s Matt Robbins had the game of his life in the Class AA regional championship game against Oak Glen on Friday.
Rogers making the move from Grafton to Fairmont State
Grafton’s standout tennis player is now off the market.
Hailey Rogers is an official member of the Fairmont State Fighting Falcon tennis squad, and she is ecstatic to call Fairmont home.
FSHS set for regionals
Fairmont Senior is set to toe the line against Braxton County in the first round of regionals at Mary Lou Retton Park at 6:30 p.m. today.
Sansalone finishes career with four goals
Fairmont Senior High School’s Ali Sansalone ended her career with four goals in the state championship game against Morgantown on Saturday.
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