Spring Valley and Fairmont Senior both produce big wins in week one of the high school football season.
South Charleston returns Penn State commit Derrek Pitts, but will have a new quarterback in 2016.
Musselman made the playoffs in 2015 and lost just four seniors who played.
Brooke has several holes to fill in 2016 after making a postseason run last year.
University expects to bounce back from an uncharacteristic 2-8 campaign in 2015.
Spring Valley lost just eight seniors from its 2015 playoff team as the Timberwolves eye a deep playoff run.
Martinsburg returns a strong core junior class, looking to get back to the top of Class AAA.
Fairmont Senior defensive lineman Darius Stills breaks down his recent decision to commit to West Virginia.
Wheeling Park enters the 2016 football season in a new role -- the Class AAA defending state champions.
South Charleston defensive back Derrek Pitts announced his college commitment to Penn State on Wednesday.
More than $60,000 has been raised to help schools in the state affected by flooding purchase new equipment.
Former Magnolia football coach Josh Sims will serve as Morgantown's assistant head coach and quarterbacks' coach.
East Hardy lost just four starters from last year's Class A state runner-up football team.
Fairmont Senior looks for another deep playoff run in 2016 behind a powerful offensive line.
George Washington graduated 15 seniors from 2015, but returns talented sophomore quarterback Grant Wells.
Hedgesville football coach Joey Yurish is trying to turn around an Eagles program that went 1-9 in 2015.
Bernie Dolan joined the Sportsline, discussing the recently approved proposal that will give HS coaches in the state more flexibility with out of season coaching.
John Marshall returns quarterback Dereck Hess, but must replace a majority of starters from 2015.
Counties will have more flexibility with the three-week summer practice window and coaches will have six 'flex' days to use elsewhere.
Clay-Battelle looks to get back into the high school football postseason following a 5-5 campaign in 2015.