Updated 2020 H.S. football composite schedule (as of Aug. 15)

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The 2020 high school football season in West Virginia is scheduled to begin on Thursday, September 3. The opening week of the season was canceled, leaving athletic directors and coaches to compress their schedules to as many as ten games in a span of ten weeks. In addition, Maryland, Virginia and some schools in Pennsylvania will not play high school football this fall, leaving many West Virginia teams with open dates to fill. Ohio’s schedule is in flux due to Friday’s suggested guidance from the OHSSA to feature a 6-game regular season schedule.

The attached document is the latest update of the 2020 high school football composite schedule (updated through August 15). Updates listed have been posted on the WVSSAC website, reported directly to MetroNews, announced by athletic directors/coaches on team social media sites or listed by Ed Forshey at wvtailgatecentral.com).

2020 HSFB Composite (Aug 15 update) Schedule

(Please report any updates/corections to joe.brocato@wvmetronews.com). Thank you.

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