Sports: Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Caps Fall To Avalanche, Area HS Hoop Results, B-Ball Tonight

TONIGHT…CLARKE VISITS STRASBURG. AIR TIME 7:20 WITH RYAN RUTHERFORD ON 1450.

IN BOYS BASKETBALL LAST NIGHT…

HANDLEY SMASHED LIBERTY 66-43

MILLBROOK BEAT KETTLE RUN 77-57

TURNER ASHBY GOT PAST LURAY 40-33

CHELSEA ROUTED TRINITY 88-54

IN GIRLS HOOP…

MERIDIAN DEFEATED SKYLINE 50-24

WOOD ROUTED FAUQIER 65-24

HANDLEY RAN PAST LIBERTY 69-38

LURAY BEAT TURNER ASHBY 40-33

CHRIST CHAPEL DEFEATED WAKEFIELD 51-26

THE CAPS DROPPED A 3-2 DECISION TO COLORADO LAST NIGHT. THE CAPITALS FELL BEHIND 2-0 AND COULDN’T CATCH UP AS THEY LOST FOR THE 3RD TIME IN 4 GAMES. ALEX OVECHKIN HAD ONE OF THE 2 GOALS FOR THE CAPS, WHO RETURN HOME TO FACE TORONTO TOMORROW NIGHT…AIR TIME IS 6:45 ON FOX SPORTS RADIO 1450…

IN THE NBA…WSH NIPPED DALLAS 127-126

 

 

Berkeley County’s Prosecutor ask for a special Prosecutor

Berkeley County Prosecutor Catie Wilkes Delligatti confirmed that she is going to ask a special prosecutor be appointed to review the accident involving the daughter of the Berkeley County Sheriff.

Sheriff Nathan Harmon’s 22-year-old daughter Carrie was involved in a single vehicle accident on Jan. 6 in which she ran off the road and damaged property on Cemetery Road in Berkeley County.

West Virginia Metro News reports that Harmon did make his way to the scene to make sure his daughter was medically sound.

Harmon also wishes to be totally transparent in the incident and called the wreck a basic traffic accident with no sign of alcohol being involved.

Body camera footage from responding Deputy William Henderson shows Harmon asking if Carrie had been drinking.

Henderson replied that he couldn’t tell with no mention of alcohol or drug use in the official report.

Prosecutor Wilkes Delligatti wants to ensure total transparency with the appointment of the special prosecutor.

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Page Co. Authorities rescue 2 people and 2 dogs from a fire

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Stanley Fire Chief Terry Pettit reports that the Stanley Fire Department was called out Jan. 22 at 11:23 to Lucas Hollow Road.

While in route Page Emergency Communications advised responders that two occupants were trapped inside the structure by a fire.

Three Page County Sheriff Deputies were already on the scene when fire units arrived.

Deputies Tiller, Stillson and Debellastre were attempting to enter the building but were hampered by the fire.

Those inside the building were able to shout out the window to let rescuers know what room they were in.

Deputy Stillson was able to pry the plywood off the window to allow the two to climb out with their dog.

The three were assisted to the ground by the deputies, Page County Emergency Medical Services Personnel and Chief Pettit.

Firefighters quickly got the fire under control and conducted a second search to find another dog which was taken to safety.

The owner of the home 67-year-old Billy Dallas and follow occupant 37-year-old Amy Cook were treated at the scene.

Chief Pettit noted that a car adjacent to the house was fully involved with fire reaching to the back side of the home when he arrived.

The fire is believed to have begun at the vehicle and spread to the home with the exact cause of the fire still under investigation.

The 2008 Dodge Avenger is a total loss with estimated damage to the home at approximately $50,000.

Six units and 23 firefighters responded to the incident who remained on the scene for approximately 2 hours.

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News Maker Tammy Sharpe on Women’s Wellness Workshop

The Phoenix Project with the Front Royal Women’s Resource Center are teaming up to host a Women’s Wellness Workshop on Jan. 28.

We spoke with Phoenix Project Executive Director Tammy Sharpe about the event in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Tammy tells us all about the activities planned starting at 9 a.m. by zoom.

She also includes the incentives for registering early to receive the zoom link information.

Tammy also tells us that the event is open to all woman no matter what county they may live in.

Click here for Tammy’s news maker.

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