Field set for WVSSAC State H.S. Golf Tournament

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The first WVSSAC state championship of the 2020-2021 high school sports season is set for next week on the Jones Course at Oglebay Resort in Wheeling. 24 teams and several individuals have qualified through regional competitions earlier this week. The 36-hole event begins Tuesday and concludes on Wednesday.

Shady Spring’s Todd Duncan was low medalist in Class AA.

Two of the three individual champions return to defend their 2019 titles. Brooke’s Ryan Bilby is the defending Class AAA champion and Todd Duncan of Shady Spring won the Class AA title.

Brooke’s Ryan Bilby is hoping to defend his Class AAA state championship.

Only one of the three team champions is back in the field. St. Marys is seeking their second consecutive Class A championship.

Class AAA Teams:

  • Buckhannon-Upshur
  • Cabell Midland
  • George Washington
  • Jefferson
  • Parkersburg South
  • Washington
  • Wheeling Park
  • Woodrow Wilson

Class AA Teams:

  • Herbert Hoover
  • Keyser
  • North Marion
  • Point Pleasant
  • Roane County
  • Robert C. Byrd
  • Shady Spring
  • Winfield

Class A Teams:

  • Moorefield
  • Notre Dame
  • Pocahontas County
  • Sherman
  • St. Marys
  • Wahama
  • Webster County
  • Williamstown
St. Marys won the Class A championship.

Check out tee times and individual qualifiers here.





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