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SETH — Michael Showalter has resigned his position as head football coach at Sherman High School, bringing to an end one of the most successful coaching eras in Tide gridiron history.

Savannah Wheeler scored 20 points and Kristen Mayo added 18 as the Herd women's basketball team earned its first-ever regular season win over Western Kentucky in an 81-54 rout at Cam Henderson Center on Thursday.

MORGANTOWN – The West Virginia University women’s basketball earned its third Big 12 Conference victory of the season after defeating Texas Tech, 83-78, on Wednesday evening at the WVU Coliseum in Morgantown.

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Now, with its next three scheduled games having been postponed and its next slated game not until Jan. 23 at Kansas State, West Virginia has plenty of time to reflect and, more importantly, heal up.

Should Alabama's Charles Huff be approved as the Herd's new head coach by Marshall's Board of Governors on Monday, his most immediate task is rallying the current players, who voiced support for defensive coordinator Brad Lambert to be named as Doc Holliday's replacement.

SETH -  Michael Showalter has resigned his position as the Head Football Coach at Sherman High School, bringing to an end one of the most successful eras in Tide gridiron history.

Sorry, Miles "Deuce" McBride, the nickname of Mr. Clutch has already been taken around here, by a guy you may have heard of — Jerry West.

WEST MADISON — Scott High’s new Head Football Coach Jeremy Dolin said he and his coaching staff have a plethora of projects around their facility that they are engaging in that will improve the gridiron experience for their players.

The effects of COVID-19 certainly hindered plenty in the 2020 football season. As Marshall searches for its coach in 2021, the impact of the pandemic is still being felt throughout the process.

Marshall's men's basketball had its scheduled contest at Western Kentucky moved back one day to Jan. 15, it was announced on Thursday. The contest will now be a 5 p.m. game shown nationally on CBS Sports Network.

Shooting woes plagued Marshall's women's basketball team and Charlotte used a 19-3 run in the third quarter to earn a 75-54 win over the Herd at Halton Arena in Charlotte on Friday.