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Young Bears roll to win, 18-9: PHOTOS
No seniors? No juniors? No problem for Fairmont Senior High School’s girls’ lacrosse team.
Hosting a young, newly formed program in Trinity East (Pa.) on Saturday, the state champion Polar Bears decided to play just freshmen and sophomores — and still came out on top in an 18-9 victory.
North drops three in Magnolia tourney
A tired North Marion High School softball team dropped three in the Magnolia Tournament on Saturday.
In the tourney, North faced a slew of powerhouses in Harrison Central Catholic, John Marshall and Musselman.
Hedgesville sweeps Polar Bears in DH
Fairmont Senior High School’s baseball team dropped a doubleheader against Hedgesville on Saturday, 13-12 and 21-11.
North Marion runs past Fairmont Senior, 27-0: PHOTOS
During the Huskies versus Polar Bear softball showdown ... it was far from a showdown.
North was playing its A-game, winning by a mere four touchdowns; however, they did miss an extra point.
Plivelich, Strand lead Polar Bears past Oak Glen
Fairmont Senior baseball continues its five game winning streak as it breezed past Oak Glen on Friday evening, 4-1.
Leading the way for the Polar Bears was Brandon Plivelich, who fed off his previous 5 RBI performance and grand slam bombski against East Fairmont on Wednesday.
Bears blast Lincoln; North wins two more: PHOTOS
Needless to say, Thursday’s Fairmont Senior-Lincoln baseball game failed get off to the best of starts because the game didn’t start on time.
Set for 5 p.m., things didn’t get going until more than two hours later at Mary Lou Retton Park due to a scheduling mix-up.
Horton to play in North-South game
In a season filled with basketball honors, Fairmont Senior’s Travon Horton has earned another.
The Polar Bears’ standout was named Thursday to the North-South All Star Classic, with the game set for Friday, June 14, at the South Charleston Community Center.
Huskies sweep Bees in home doubleheader: PHOTOS
While North Marion softball has gotten off to a fast start this season, the Huskies were still searching for that signature win, the kind where they, if so inclined, could climb the tall hill beyond the school’s outfield and scream, “We’ve arrived!”
Huskies fall in wild one, 23-13
North Marion’s baseball team dropped a wild 23-13 home loss, in six innings, to Magnolia on Wednesday.
COLUMN: Interested to see Bears in '13
While spring is in the air and baseballs are surely hitting parked cars somewhere, yours truly is thinking football at the moment.
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