first_img Tumblr Home Sports News Sports Ryan Vaught Signs With Marshall Beckley, WV (WOAY) – Woodrow Wilson senior Ryan Vaught signed his National Letter of Intent to run cross country next year at Marshall University.Vaught, who plans to major in biology and go to medical school, finished third at the state cross country championships in October. He was also part of the 2017 state champion 4×800 relay team. Vaught is also involved in multiple activities both inside and outside school.Also signing letters of intent Wednesday was Summers County’s Jamison Hamm (Bluefield State Golf) and Wyoming East’s Autie Miller (Bluefield State Softball). In addition, Bluefield’s Truck Edwards has announced his intention to play football at the University of Pittsburgh, while Westside’s Corey Hatfield will continue his basketball career at WVU Tech. Facebook Twitter Google+ SportsSports News Ryan Vaught Signs With Marshall By Matt DigbyApr 11, 2018, 23:59 pm 741 0 Pinterestcenter_img Mail Matt Digby Matt Digby is the Sports Director at WOAY-TV. He joined the station in January 2015 – right in the middle of Big Atlantic Classic Week. Read More Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Next PostOjeda Visits Voters in Fayette County Previous PostBaseball/Softball Scoreboard – April 11 Linkedinlast_img read more

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first_img Matt Digby Matt Digby is the Sports Director at WOAY-TV. He joined the station in January 2015 – right in the middle of Big Atlantic Classic Week. Read More Google+ Previous PostHS Baseball/Softball Scoreboard – April 1 Home Sports News Sports Changes Made to Scott Brown Classic Twitter Linkedin Mail WOAY – The 30th Annual Scott Brown Classic takes place later this month, with several new changes to this year’s edition.The Classic, named in honor of the former Beckley Register-Herald sportswriter, will span two days (April 13-14), with games in two different locations.On Saturday, April 13th, all-star teams featuring players from Class A and Class AA schools will play at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention. The following day, University High School will host the national showcase game, which will feature WVU commits Oscar Tshiebwe and Miles McBride. Before each game, there will be a slam dunk and 3-point contest.Rosters for the four teams are below. Area players are in bold.C. Adam Toney Class A All-StarsJay Moore (Greater Beckley Christian), Luke Vass (Fayetteville), Kobe Rozell (Meadow Bridge), Jared Gladwell (Meadow Bridge), Samuel Wykle (Summers County), Jacob Holliday (Richwood), Dorian Groggs (Webster County), Cole Taylor (Webster County), Tyler Gray (Webster County), Gavin Smith (Van), Briston Bennett (Trinity), Daniel Woods (Trinity). Head Coach: Michael Gray, Webster CountyClass AA Jan-Care Ambulance All-StarsAndrew Work (Oak Hill), Darrick McDowell (Oak Hill), McKinley Mann (James Monroe), Tanner Huffman (Nicholas County), Hunter Walters (Westside), R.J. Hood (Wyoming East), Ronnell Blevins (Bluefield), Jake Hamilton (Nicholas County), Jordan Kish (Chapmanville), Brandon Elkins (Chapmanville), Evan McKneely (Poca). Head Coach: Benitez Jackson, Oak HillEIN National All-StarsOscar Tshiebwe (Kennedy Catholic, WVU commit), Miles McBride (Moeller, WVU commit), Rodney Bucklew (University), Bunky Brown (George Washington), Keondre King (Wheeling Park), Cam Selders (Morgantown), Seth Fallon (Parkersburg South), Devin Collins (Chapmanville), Gabe Zummo (Notre Dame), Joel Robertson (Trinity), Tanner Kennedy (Robert C. Byrd), Mattia Acunzo (Kennedy Catholic). Head Coach: Joe Schmidle, UniversityMid-State Automotive Class AAA All-StarsBryce Radford (Woodrow Wilson), Danny Bickey (Woodrow Wilson), Harry Morrice (Beckley Prep), Quinn Slazinski (Huntington Prep), Alex Dutranoy (Huntington Prep), Greg Tribble (Huntington Prep), Anderson Mirambeaux (Teays Valley Christian), Mason Shifflett (Teays Valley Christian), Steven Verplanken (Teays Valley Christian), Joe Muto (Hurricane), Cavonte Duncan (Capital), Dasilas Jones (Fairmont Senior). Head Coach: David Retton, Fairmont Senior Next PostHinton Shooting Leaves One Man Injured Facebook SportsSports News Changes Made to Scott Brown Classic By Matt DigbyApr 01, 2019, 21:36 pm 630 0 Tumblr Pinterestlast_img read more

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first_img• The opposite is true, too…History shows you don’t want to be loading up on commodities when they’re expensive relative to stocks.For instance, the S&P GSCI was at an extreme high relative to stocks [red circles on the chart] in 1990, at the peak of the Gulf Crisis, when Saddam Hussein’s army was rolling into neighboring Kuwait. That was a terrible time to be a commodities buyer. The S&P GSCI plunged 70% from the end of September 1990 to December 1998.Another peak for commodities relative to stocks was in 2008, at the start of the global financial crisis. And again, that was a terrible time to buy commodities. From July 2008 to February 2009, the S&P GSCI experienced a 65% peak-to-trough fall.• If past is prologue, that means commodities are primed for another explosive bull run…Today, the ratio of the S&P GSCI to the S&P 500 is 0.9. The average ratio going back to 1970 is 3.9.In other words, the commodities sector is currently 77% below its average price relationship with stocks over the past half-century. And it’s lower, on a relative basis, than it was ahead of the big commodities rallies in the early 1970s and the early 2000s. — Justin’s note: Today, we hand the reins to Casey Research’s in-house commodities expert, Dave Forest, who says commodities are primed for an explosive bull run.In fact, as you’ll see, this could be their biggest rally in 50 years… and now is the time to take advantage.Read on to get all the details, including a “one-click” way to get exposure today. By David Forest, editor, International SpeculatorIt’s the most important chart in the resource space today…And it’s telling us that commodities are primed for their biggest rally of the last 50 years.Why is this the best setup for commodities in half a century?• Take a look below…The chart I’m referring to tracks the S&P GSCI – which tracks prices for 24 commonly traded commodities – relative to the S&P 500. We’ve labeled a few important events on it…When the blue line on the chart is rising, commodities are getting more expensive relative to the S&P 500 – a good proxy for the U.S. stock market. When the line is falling, commodities are getting cheaper relative to stocks.As you can see, when commodities are at historic lows relative to stocks [green circles on the chart], it’s been a great time to buy.For instance, two entry points for investors in the past were in 1971 – after we went off the gold standard – and in 1999, at the peak of the dot-com bubble. Between 1971 and 1974, the S&P GSCI rocketed 371% higher. And from 1999 to 2008, it shot up 454%. It’s yours free in this special briefing 5 Earnings Monsters Set to Explode in the Coming WeeksLouis Navellier’s system has already pinpointed 216 double- and triple-digit winners. And it just identified another 5 earnings monsters primed to deliver massive gains even as other stocks get cratered. Get the name and ticker symbol of his #1 recommended stock to buy now. — Former Wall Street vice president’s investment picks have AVERAGED 635% total gains since President Trump took office… But his next Trump prediction could turn $250 into a fortuneSince President Trump took office, this legendary stock picker’s recommendations reached an average total gain of 635%. The highest return was an incredible 11,004%. And now, thanks to a genius move by President Trump… He could add not one… not two… But twelve more huge winners to his extensive track record. And, if you act fast, you could be the one that gets rich from it. Click here for the details Recommended Link There are lots of other considerations when it comes to buying natural resources.But if you filter out the noise… and just buy when commodities are historically cheap relative to stocks… you’ll do very well indeed.An easy, “one-click” way to get exposure today is to buy the Invesco DB Commodity Index Tracking Fund (DBC).It gives you exposure to the 14 most heavily traded commodities.You only need to invest a little bit of money to take advantage of this historic setup.Regards,David Forest Editor, International SpeculatorJustin’s note: If you haven’t yet, I recommend you watch Dave’s urgent video presentation. As he’ll show you, a radical new technology is about to take down the world leader of electric vehicles… and flood one tiny, specific stock with a massive windfall starting any day now. Go here to get all the details.Reader MailbagAre you investing in the commodities sector today? Which specific metals are you betting on? Let us know how it’s going at feedback@caseyresearch.com. Recommended Linklast_img read more