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  • In the news: Roane County falls just 4 strokes short as Ravenswood repeats as LKC Champs

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    Roane County High School's golf team took 2nd place in the Little Kanawha Conference championship match on Wednesday, as Ravenswood repeated as conference champs with a 4-stroke lead over the Raiders. RCHS' Grayson Watson, Isaac Starcher, and Garrett Simon were named All-Conference at the event.

    The Raiders now move into regional play at Bridgeport next week.

    Read more at the Parkersburg News and Sentinel.

    Coon recognized as Roane County Teacher of the Year

    Alicia Coon, husband Rodney (left), and State Superintendent Dr. Steve Paine (right)

    Spencer Middle School's Alicia Coon (5th grade) was recognized as Roane County Teacher of the Year during the 2019 West Virginia Teacher of the Year Gala at the Embassy Suites in Charleston, WV. Coon received a plaque, courtesy of the West Virginia Department of Education, as well as gifts from sponsors Coca-Cola, West Virginia Lottery, and more.

    The West Virginia Teacher of the Year program began in 1964, and recognizes 53 county teachers of the year, plus a teacher of the year from the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind and Multi-County CTE Centers. Jada Reeves from Bradley Elementary School in Raleigh County was named West Virginia's 2018-19 Teacher of the Year at the event.

    In the news: Roane downs St. Marys, ends losing streak

    Roane County High School defeated St. Mary's Friday night, 28 - 17, to snap the Raiders' 13-game losing streak. The home victory came after a lengthy weather delay as the 2016 Class A state champion and 2017 Class A state runners up Blue Devils visited County Stadium. (Photo courtesy of Parkersburg News and Sentinel; Credit: Joe Albright)

    See the story at the News and Sentinel.