Williamstown, Winfield, Wheeling Park & GW lead in MVB Champions Cup

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — Williamstown, Winfield, Wheeling Park and George Washington lead the way in the MVB Bank Champions Cup at the conclusion of the fall sports season.

The most competitive race is in Class AA boys, where Winfield leads Bridgeport 381-380. The Generals qualified for the state golf tournament, finished as runner-up in cross country and defeated East Fairmont 3-1 in the state soccer championship. The Indians own third-place results in cross country and football, while finishing fifth in golf. Robert C. Byrd, Fairmont Senior and East Fairmont complete the top five.

In Class AA girls, Winfield owns a commanding 479-390 lead over Bridgeport. WHS claimed titles in cross country and cheerleading while finishing as semifinalists in soccer and quarterfinalists in volleyball. The Indians won the state volleyball championship and finished as runner-up in cross country. Robert C. Byrd, Oak Glen and Nicholas County complete the top five.

Williamstown leads in both Class A standings. For the boys, the Yellow Jacket football team advanced to the state championship game. WHS also qualified for the state cross country meet, finished fourth in golf and were quarterfinalists in soccer. Wheeling Central is second on the strength of titles in football and golf. Charleston Catholic, Ravenswood and Doddridge County round out the top five.

Williamstown also leads in the Class A girls standings. The Yellow Jackets won the cross country title and posted top eight finishes in cheerleading, volleyball and soccer. Charleston Catholic, Doddridge County, Wheeling Central and Tug Valley make up the rest of the top five.

In Class AAA, Wheeling Park owns a three-point lead over Hedgesville. The Patriots qualified for state tournaments in golf and cross country. The Eagles advanced to the quarterfinals in football and were the runner-up in soccer. Parkersburg, George Washington and Hurricane complete the top five.

The George Washington ladies lead the way in Class AAA. Their five-point lead over Morgantown was built on top eight finishes in cheerleading, soccer and cross country. The Mohigans follow closely behind with a third-place finish in cross country and quarterfinal appearances in soccer and volleyball. Wheeling Park, Cabell Midland and Hurricane round out the top five.

Class AAA Boys:

1. Wheeling Park376
2. Hedgesville373
3. Parkersburg357
4. George Washington295
5. Hurricane286


Class AAA Girls:

1. George Washington369
2. Morgantown364
3. Wheeling Park297
4. Cabell Midland287
5. Hurricane286


Class AA Boys:

1. Winfield381
2. Bridgeport380
3. Robert C. Byrd368
4. Fairmont Senior291
5. East Fairmont285


Class AA Girls:

1. Winfield479
2. Bridgeport390
3. Robert C. Byrd294
4. Oak Glen277
5. Nicholas County274


Class A Boys:

1. Williamstown460
2. Wheeling Central388
3. Charleston Catholic374
4. Ravenswood289
5. Doddridge County286


Class A Girls:

1. Williamstown470
2. Charleston Catholic288
3. Doddridge County280
4. Wheeling Central197
    Tug Valley197


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