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By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Blue-Gold game high scoring contest

By Mark Robinson West Virginia University brought its annual spring game to The Greenbrier last Saturday, a competition between the offense and the defense that is designed to show what players have made the most More...

Haylee Shires, pitcher for Greenbrier East, blasts a home run over the right-center fence in the third inning of game at Alleghany High School, Wednesday, Apr. 27. (Mark Robinson photo)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Lady Spartans tripped up by Alleghany

Haylee Shires, pitcher for Greenbrier East, blasts a home run over the right-center fence in the third inning of game at Alleghany High School, Wednesday, Apr. 27. (Mark Robinson photo) By Mark Robinson The Greenbrier More...

1st Row: Hayden Yates (left), Jake McGilvray, Ryan Measows, Evan McClure, Landon Hayes, Kyle Ballard, Landon Hoover, Andrew McLaughlin, Bryce McCallister, Jed White and Zach Patton.  2nd Row: Susanne Bicksler (left), Trey Ewing, Justin Hylton, Berkley Adwell, Steele Hall, Hunter Vaughan, Aaron Griffith, Evan Vaughan and Catalina Ziegler. 3rd Row: Coach Mac Parks (left), Keegan Fitzgerald, Callie McFerrin, Kyle Morgan, Norris Beard, Tyler Boggs, Bailee Coles, Noah Hancock, Colby Hughes, Ian Morrison and Coach Terry Koon.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Eastern Greenbrier Middle School Golf Team has two team matches

1st Row: Hayden Yates (left), Jake McGilvray, Ryan Measows, Evan McClure, Landon Hayes, Kyle Ballard, Landon Hoover, Andrew McLaughlin, Bryce McCallister, Jed White and Zach Patton. 2nd Row: Susanne Bicksler (left), More...

Troy Clemons, the WVU Mountaineer, at the Blue/Gold game last Saturday. (Mark Robinson photo)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Maxwelton native makes debut as new Mountaineer

By Mark Robinson Troy Clemons, a 21-year-old native of Maxwelton, was at West Virginia’s Blue/Gold game last Saturday, held at The Greenbrier. After the game, he took a few minutes to talk about new role. He was More...

Midway through the girls 1600 Meter Run, Lauren Lindsay, Megan Lindsey, and Kaeley Boyd, in that order, held the lead. The three finished in the first three slots, with Boyd finishing first, Lauren second, and Megan third, to give Greenbrier East the first three places in a race that involved 17 competitors from seven schools. (Mark Robinson photo)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Greenbrier East hosts Invitational Track Meet

Midway through the girls 1600 Meter Run, Lauren Lindsay, Megan Lindsey, and Kaeley Boyd, in that order, held the lead. The three finished in the first three slots, with Boyd finishing first, Lauren second, and Megan More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Bubba Watson, John Daly to return to Classic

The field for the 2016 Greenbrier Classic is starting to take form, and among the early commitments are two of the most recognized figures in professional golf. Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson and the successful More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

The Hub schedules after-prom pancake breakfast

The Hub at Montwell Park is offering Greenbrier East students an after-prom pancake breakfast. This inaugural after-prom event was developed to answer a community need to give Greenbrier East High School (GEHS) More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

GCS to apply for WV 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant

Greenbrier County Schools is developing a WV 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) grant application for submission to the West Virginia Department of Education. The intent of this federal grant program More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Wesleyan Summer Gifted Program taking enrollments now

The state’s only summer camp for gifted children is now open to rising 5th – 12th graders, giving this special population a chance to be challenged intellectually in a congenial atmosphere with their peers More...

Working together at the conclusion for the drug education program for the 2015-16 school year are: Front Row: Zackary Taylor (left), Kaylee Hensley, Cole Mattox and Alysha Hanna. Middle Row: Dayna Morgan (left), Carlos Kanafaney, Mary Page Nemcik, director of marketing for Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy and John Ferens, 7th grade health teacher.  Back Row: Andrew Cochran, 7th grade health teacher at EGMS (left), Jason Conaway, 7th grade principal at Eastern Greenbrier Middle School, Blaine Yates, Lillie King and program instructor Lt. Jeromy Dove with the Lewisburg Police Department.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness program continues at EGMS

Working together at the conclusion for the drug education program for the 2015-16 school year are: Front Row: Zackary Taylor (left), Kaylee Hensley, Cole Mattox and Alysha Hanna. Middle Row: Dayna Morgan (left), More...