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January 3, 2006 | Daily News Staff and Wire Reports
The powers that be at Conwell-Egan High School decided to move last night's basketball game against visiting North Catholic up an hour - from 7:30 to 6:30 - so that fans would be able to get home in time to watch the Sugar Bowl in its entirety. The reason: Freshman running back Steve Slaton stars for West Virginia. If the unprecedented time change had not been made, the fans at the basketball game would have missed Slaton's 52-yard touchdown run on West Virginia's fourth play of the game.
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January 17, 1992 | By Mel Greenberg, Special to The Inquirer
Temple's women's basketball game against visiting West Virginia at McGonigle Hall last night was close and hard-fought, but totally lacking in suspense. There seemed no doubt that the Mountaineers would win - they did, 71-54 - even when the Owls were in position to make a run in the second half of the Atlantic Ten game. Several times Temple (5-9 overall, 2-2 league) had a chance to create a stir by pulling within six points, but never did. Each opportunity was thwarted by missed fouls shots, missed field goals, or a clutch Mountaineers shot.
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July 7, 2010 | By JOSEPH SANTOLIQUITO, For the Daily News
These last few weeks, Aaron Brown desperately tried to referee a serious wrestling match inside his head. Is it Temple, where he could stay close to his Darby home; or is it West Virginia, a Big East program that went deep into the NCAA Tournament and plays regularly on national TV? After a few mind bends, changing his direction hour to hour, sometimes minute to minute, the 6-5 Penn Wood senior swingman ended his internal debate by calling Mountaineers coach Bob Huggins on Sunday night to give an oral commitment that he will attend West Virginia next fall.
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November 13, 2013
St. Joseph's received its third oral basketball commitment when 6-foot-10, 228-pound senior Obi Romeo of Greenbriar East High in West Virginia chose the Hawks. Originally from Nigeria, Romeo has been in the country for about three years. His adoptive father, Rick Romeo, said that St. Joseph's was the first school to contact him. Rick Romeo said that Florida Gulf Coast, East Tennessee State, Georgia Southern and Longwood were among the others that were in the picture. Romeo joins two high school players from North Carolina as Hawks recruits: 6-7 power forward Markell Lodge and 6-6 wing player James Demery.
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October 18, 2011 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nate Smith, a speedy wide receiver and defensive back, is set to become the sixth member of Archbishop Wood's senior class to make an oral commitment to a Division I-A football program. Tuesday, in a 1:30 p.m. conference in the Warminster school's auditorium, the 6-foot, 190-pounder is expected to announce his decision to play for West Virginia, according to sources. Smith, projected as a defensive back in college, also considered Temple, believed to be the runnerup for his services; Michigan State; South Carolina; and Toledo, among others.
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October 14, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Rasheed Marshall rushed for 110 yards and threw a touchdown pass and Mike Lorello had two interceptions, leading West Virginia to a 31-19 victory last night over Connecticut in the Mountaineers' Big East opener. Marshall repeatedly rescued an offense that sputtered for almost three quarters. With leading rusher Kay-Jay Harris sidelined with injuries, Marshall and Jayson Colson kept the 17th-ranked Mountaineers' ground game going, racking up 309 yards rushing. Colson finished with 111 yards and one TD. West Virginia (5-1, 1-0)
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February 13, 2003 | By Mel Greenberg INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Rutgers, which is ranked No. 23 but has some idea of showing up in Atlanta for the NCAA Women's Final Four, maintained its focus last night. The Scarlet Knights handled West Virginia, 65-50, in a Big East Conference basketball game at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. By halftime, Rutgers (15-5 overall, 8-2 Big East) had a solid hold on the game at 33-18. Its lead grew by as many as 23 points in the second half before shrinking to 12 twice. But each time the game got closer in the final five minutes, the Scarlet Knights had answers.
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March 5, 1998 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
One by one, they took the door marked "Exit" from the Big East tournament. First went Miami and, with it, any hope that the conference would get a fifth team in the NCAA tournament. Then went 22d-ranked West Virginia, now entering the postseason on a three-game skid. As a result, for your television viewing enjoyment this afternoon, the Big East tournament will bring you a quarterfinal game matching its bottom two seeds - No. 12 Rutgers and No. 13 Georgetown. Parity? Mediocrity?
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October 6, 1988 | By Dick Weiss, Daily News Sports Writer
Almost heaven, West Virginia. Those are the words of John Denver, not The Wall Street Journal. The Journal, in a front-page story three weeks ago, painted a decidedly unflattering picture of the state. "State of Despair," one deck of the headline reads. "West Virginia, Mired In Poverty, Corruption, Battles a Deep Gloom . . . Scenic Riches Don't Make Up For Low Pay, Bad Schools, So Its People Flee the Hills. " There is no denying West Virginia's physical beauty. The state's mountains are, as Denver sings, almost heaven.
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