Rowlesburg, WV        On-Trac Community since 2009
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Rowlesburg is very proud to announce the opening of the
Preston County Sports Museum at the Szilagyi Center.
This Heritage Project could not have been established without the assistance of
Dr. Mike Teets and the cooperation of delegates from the towns of Preston County.

Each town has its own display featuring photos, uniforms and awards of their athletes, coaches, bands and cheerleaders throughout the years.

Opening hours Saturday and Sunday 1 - 4 pm.
Museum room two is open but still under construction.

Contact persons:
Dr. Mike Teets - 304-288-9590
George Nassif - 304-454-9786
Anna Nassif - 304-454-9786 or 608-255-6624
Lee Waybright - 304-698-1177
Paul Riggs - 304-454-9533

Anyone having an item to donate to the museum please contact one of the individuals representing  your  former high school.

Click the links below for more information

PC Sports Museum Supervision Schedule

PC Sports Museum Boosters

PC Sports Museum Room Directory


The Preston County Sports Museum is located in Rowlesburg at the Szilagyi Center (former Rowlesburg High School building).  The museum is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays between the hours of 1:00 and 4:00 with a $5.00 donation accepted.   Currently Room 1 contains sports and music memorabilia  from our county’s original high schools:  Arthurdale, Aurora, Bruceton, Fellowsville, Kingwood, Masontown-Valley, Newburg,Rowlesburg, Terra Alta and Tunnelton.

Room 2, which is in the process of being organized for next year,  will feature  county high schools from 1977 to 1991, prior to the formation of Preston High School.  These schools include:  Bruceton, Central Preston, East Preston, Rowlesburg and West Preston.  When completed, the museum will feature all local high schools prior to  Preston High School in 1991.

Museum signs were constructed courtesy of Scott Shaffer of Scott Ford in Kingwood.  Reprinting copies of the “History of Preston County Buckwheat Basketball- 1929-1977 by Mike Teets was made possible by Clear Mountain and WesBanco Banks and Shaffer Printing.  Museum information is available at

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