Time Travel: BHS Coach Josh Nicewarner as He Signs His Letter of Intent and Old Clarksburg Elks Club

By Dick Duez on July 16, 2017 from History Blog via Connect-Bridgeport.com

For more than a decade, as both an assistant and head coach, BHS Coach Josh Nicewarner has attended ceremonies where his players have signed to play in college. This is from 2001 when Nicewarner signed to play football with Fairmont State. He is shown in the middle surrounded by his father Phil and mother Ann. Back row, from left, is Coach Bruce Carey, then assistant Principal Mark DeFazio, Principal Lindy Bennett, sssistant Coach John Cole, the late BHS athletic director Larry Burner is behind Cole, and assistant football Coach Robert Shields is to the far right. Photo provided by BHS Journalism Department and was taken by student Derek Maxey.
This decades-old photo shows the Clarksburg Elks building that was situated on Pike Street in downtown Clarksburg. It was a mainstay for years until fire destroyed it in the last 1990s.
Editor's Note: This ongoing photo feature of pictures from Bridgeport and throughout the Mountain State is part of local historian Richard "Dick" Duez's collection. Duez, the unofficial historian of Bridgeport, would appreciate any scanned photos emailed to him for use here or to include in his ongoing efforts to preserve local history. You can email photos, or let him know how to acquire copies of photos you may have in your possession, to Duez at dick.do@frontier.com.  

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