The Blue & Grey

  • March 25All Extracurricular Activities Postponed, Cancelled, or Delayed Due to COVID-19 Precautions
  • March 25Cornovirus Closes School Indefinitely
  • March 13Spring Sports Halted Due to Coronavirus
  • March 12WVSSAC Postpones LCHS/Bridgeport Game
  • February 14Broadcast students earn $650 WV Broadcasters' Association Award

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November Menu

Delaney Gump, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2017

January Menu

January Menu

Jacob Cruz, Staff Reporter

January 3, 2017

School Awaits Result from Innovation Zone Grant

Jack Varah and Jake Rahming

December 14, 2015

More than a quarter million dollars is likely to be headed to LCHS in January as the school was awarded the WV Department of Education Innovation Zone Grant spend, pending board approval. $299,355.00 will be awarded to improve the academic atmosphere in the school in hopes that fewer students will...

Volleyball Ends Season 10-13

Sky Nichols, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2015

The 2015 edition to Maids’ volleyball draws to close with a 10-13 season. The ‘Maids fell in three sets in sectional play to Buckhannon Upshur Nov. 2. The ‘Maids narrowly lost in the first two sets     , but the Lady Bucaneers pulled away in the third to clench the game. The loss ...

Seniors Look to Break School Record

Seven LCHS Seniors are looking for one final win to become the most winning team in LCHS history. Pictured are, L to R: Riley Gunter, Tyler Metz, Dylan Gump, Ian Fealy, Adam Clem, Damien White and Mason Arbogast

Jake Rahming, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2015

One game away. For the seven seniors taking to the football field Friday Nov. 6, a win will set school records. Seniors have the chance to make history as being the most winning class in LCHS football history. The Class of 2016 is currently tied for this record and a win against Shady Springs...

Health Care, Anatomy Students Attend the Annual Health Expo

Health Care, Anatomy Students Attend the Annual Health Expo

November 2, 2015

More than two dozen students attended the Health Occupations Today (HOT) Health Expo at the Elkins Armory Oct. 30. Mrs. Christie Lybarger's Healthcare Fundamental students and Mr. Mike Smith's anatomy students attended the two-hour expo which featured an array of healthcare stations. According...

Girls’ Win Regionals: Headed to State Tournament

The LCHS Girls' Soccer players captured their first-ever regional title and will head to the AAA WV State Soccer Tournament Nov. 6-7 in Beckley.

October 27, 2015

October 27: Girls' defeat Washington in 2OT.  Scores made by Brooklyn Perkey in regular play and Lorrin Burnside in the second overtime.  Updates will be posted. October 21: The LCHS Girls' Soccer team defeated Elkins 2-1 in the Sectional Championship at Elkins. The state-ranked g...

Boys’, Girls’ Soccer Advance to Sectional Championship

Both girls' and boys' teams captured first round Sectional wins in post-season play.  Pictured is Cody White advancing the ball in an early season game against RCB.

Devin Woody, Assistant Editor

October 20, 2015

The boys' soccer team defeated Elkins 4-2 October 19 at LCHS. Riley Gunter, senior, had a hat-trick to pace the Minutemen. They will face Buckhannon (@ BU) October 21. The girls' defeated long-time rival Buckhannon 1-0 October 19 at LCHS. Senior Brooklyn Perkey had the lone goal for the Maids...

Cheerleaders Look for 2015 Title

Cheerleaders Look for 2015 Title

Reports Compiled by Riley Gunter and Hunter Lewis, LCN Channel 3 Reporters

October 20, 2015

Coming off the best competition season of all-time, the LCHS Cheerleaders are looking to perform a "solid" routine and cheer at the Region II Cheerleading Competition at Hedgesville High School Nov. 7. The cheerleaders feature a difficult, fast-paced routine with gymnastics, stunts and builds. Last...

A Haunting Good Time: Asylum Events in Full Swing

Beatriz de Melo Freitos, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2015

October in downtown Weston means fun, screaming and lots of scares as tourists from across the county, state and even country visit the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. According to the Asylum's website, a variety of activities are being offered including: Haunted House, Zombie Paintball, Flashlight...

Air Force JROTC Launches Drone

JROTC Cadets took this aerial shot of the school using their QuadCopter Drone  October 8.

Cody Lamb, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2015

"It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a...drone" Cadets in JRTOC are learning the fundamentals of aviation and science as they operate their recently purchased Drone DJI QuadCopter. The remote operated drone can fly "very high" and go almost 20 mph, all while being commanded by a cadet oper...

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