A look at several key games during week one of the high school football season.
Bridgeport will be going for a school-record third straight football championship.
Veteran Nitro baseball coach Steve Pritchard steps down.
Berkeley Springs' basketball gymnasium recently underwent an estimated $60,000 renovation project, put together by volunteers and donations.
Williamstown football coach Terry Smith reflects on 2014 Class A title and breaks down upcoming season.
Hurricane returns several key skill players, looking to make the playoffs for the 10th time in 11 years.
Capital returns quarterback Tyrhee Pratt and running back Silas Nazario as the Cougars look for a second straight Class AAA football state championship.
A look at the best postseason teams in the Mountain State over the past five seasons.
Former Westside quarterback Justin Cogar transfers to Concord for the upcoming season.
Parkersburg South returns a lot of experience at skill positions, looking to make a second straight playoff appearance.
Huntington's Tavian Dunn-Martin commits to play for Akron after averaging 19 points and five assists per game in his junior season.
South Charleston looks to build off of a state runner-up finish in 2014 as high school football preseason practices start.
Morgantown is coming off of a 4-6 season, but returns a lot of experience overall.
Wheeling Park standout running back Savion Johnson returns from an ACL tear in 2014.
Jefferson returns all-state senior receiver Christian Johnson who had seven touchdown catches in one game last year and 26 overall.
University will have a lot of young talent take over key roles in the 2015 football season.
George Washington missed the playoffs in 2014, but returns multiple key players this season.
Cabell Midland defensive lineman Reese Donahue invited to play in an All-American Bowl.
Preston returns loses its starting running back from 2014, but returns multiple other key starters offensively.
Brooke High School football in 2015 looks to turn around a streak of 3-7 seasons.