Miranda McNabb and Chloe Bland, senior co-captains, Pocahontas County High School, earned All State Honors at the completion of the Lady Warrior Volleyball season.
Of the four Single A and two AAA girls basketball games played on the opening day of the West Virginia State Girls Basketball Tournament, the match between number four seed Pocahontas County (21-3) (number three, according to MetroNews) game with Wheeling Central (18-8) (number five, MetroNews) w
The Pocahontas County Lady Warriors are headed to states for the third straight year and for the sixth time in the school's history.
After a week of Class A Region 3 Section 1 basketball tournament play, the Lady Warriors grabbed the sectional title.
The Lady Warriors traveled to Elkins High School on February 12 to face the Tucker County Mountain Lions for a basketball battle to claim the title of Potomac Valley Conference Champions.
The Pocahontas County Lady Warriors added to their winning streak by defeating the Webster County Highlanders on February 2 at PCHS.
The Pocahontas County Lady Warriors basketball team extended their seven-game winning streak to 10 after a week of challenging contests.
The Lady Warriors faced neighboring county rivals, the Tygarts Valley Bulldogs and the Pendleton County Wildcats in basketball action last week.
The Pocahontas County Lady Warriors ventured into the Potomac Valley this past week with games at Pendleton County High School and the Potomac Valley Conference Division I Volleyball Tournament at Paw Paw High School in Morgan County.
The Pocahontas County Lady Warrior Volleyball team traveled twice to the Potomac Valley last week to face PVC rivals Petersburg, the West Virginia School for the Deaf (WVSD) and Moorefield.
The Lady Warriors traveled to Meadow Bridge on Tuesday, September 21, to