No. 6 Martinsburg (8-1) pounded Jefferson (5-3) 51-12 in week nine.
Class A No. 5 Notre Dame (6-2) defeated Gilmer County (3-5) 34-13 in week nine of the season.
Morgantown (4-5) on Friday night picked up a must-win over John Marshall (4-4) 21-6.
No. 3 University (8-1) held off a pesky No. 14 Preston team (5-3) 29-25.
Sissonville head coach Eddie Smolder joined MetroNews High School GameNight with Fred Persinger and Dave Jecklin.
Mountain Lions’ student athlete earns statewide honor.
Scores from week nine of the high school football season around the state.
Marshall kicked off the 2014-15 basketball season with its annual Thundering Herd Madness
Cabell Midland and Spring Valley face off in one the biggest games statewide in week nine.
Week nine is the thinnest on the eastern panhandle schedule, with three teams, including East Hardy and Keyser squads fresh off of signature wins, on their bye.
Woodrow Wilson returns to action after the unexpected cancellation last week.
Tyler Consolidated coach Ryan Walton was a guest on the MetroNews High School Sportsline as his team jumped out to a 5-2 start.
Greenbrier East defeated Logan 42-19 in week eight of the season.
Late-season road tests are the name of the game for many area teams in week nine.
The WVSSAC high school football rankings released for week nine of the season.
Parkersburg South (5-2) defeated Brooke (2-5) 45-13 in week eight of the high school football season.
Some shuffling at the bottom of each class in week number nine.
Cabell Midland defeated George Washington 49-7 in week eight of the high school football season.
South Charleston defeated Winfield 65-25 in week eight of the high school football season.
Class AAA No. 5 University (7-1) picked up a solid win over No. 10 Lewis County (6-2) 16-7.