Picking it up and setting it down.
The Fairmont Senior Polar Bears plan on preparing their high-flight offense during the three weeks of camp.
The Polar Bears want to use camp as a learning tool for their young team so they can get on the same page in terms of quarterback to wide-out.
“As far as passing-wise goes, for us, we get a lot out of these camps,” said Fairmont Senior coach Jared Mileto. “We get an early start to work on receivers coming in and we have a new quarterback so we get to work a lot on timing and get our routes down. This time period really does get us a jump-start on the rest of the season.”
Last season, Trevor Malnick was the team’s star quarterback, but Austin Norman plans on filling those shoes.
“With Trevor just leaving, there’s obviously big shoes to fill, but I think I’m capable of doing it,” Norman said.
Having a star quarterback leave, Mileto is familiar on how to train a quarterback and make sure he is prepared to be successful for the start of the regular season.
Polar Bears have new attitude for a new division
Picking it up and setting it down.
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FSHS glides past Braxton, 11-0: PHOTOS
Fairmont Senior High School’s baseball team leveled Braxton County in the Class AA semi-regionals Tuesday evening, 11-0.
The Polar Bears were led by their cleanup hitter, Johnny Kesling, and starting pitcher, Fletcher DeVaul.
Horton signs with Fairmont State
One Fairmont Senior basketball player’s dreams of playing in college has become a reality.
On Tuesday, Travon Horton signed his letter of intent to play basketball at Fairmont State University.
He said staying in Fairmont means a lot because of the support he has.
Polar Bears fall to Morgantown in state championship
The streak ends while Morgantown prevails.
Fairmont Senior’s five-year state championship streak in lacrosse came to an abrupt end against an undefeated (15-0) Mohigan team on Saturday afternoon, 12-9.
North girls take home two titles
Add more state titles to the North Marion girls’ track team.
This time, it was the 4 x 100- and 4 x 200-meter relay teams that brought home the gold at the state meet Saturday in Charleston.
Trefz wins state title in 3,200 meter
Winning it all.
Fairmont Senior’s senior phenom Nick Trefz can now call himself a state champion in track.
Trefz took home the gold in the 3,200 meters in Charleston on Friday with a time of 9:36.21.
Polar Bears cruise past Notre Dame
Polar Bear baseball gets it done yet again.
During exhibition play against Notre Dame on Friday evening, Fairmont Senior was able to keep its eight-game winning streak alive.
Tyler Walter making most of opportunity in college
Take the opportunity and run.
That’s exactly what former Fairmont Senior first baseman Tyler Walter did during his freshman season at Hagerstown Community College in Maryland.
“I wanted to get an opportunity and needed to prove that I belonged,” Walter said.
COLUMN: Marion County athletes set for states
On with the predictions.
The state track meet is set to begin at 2 p.m. today in Charleston.
There are multiple people who are trying to figure out the state champions prior to the race even beginning. It’s like the Super Bowl — who’s going to win it all?
Fairmont Senior’s Fletcher DeVaul dominating competition in 2013
How would it feel to wake up one day and know you’re the best hitter in the history of Fairmont Senior High School’s baseball program?
The Polar Bears’ Fletcher DeVaul can claim that very crown.
Braxton County gets Bees down early to win in regional, 7-4: PHOTOS
Braxton County — collecting 12 hits and taking advantage of four errors — forced East Fairmont into a comeback mode during Thursday’s Class AA regional semifinal at the East field.
The Bees mounted rallies but saw their season come to an end with a 7-4 setback to the Eagles.
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