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MetroNews Classics – Martinsburg vs Huntington (2021) & Morgantown vs University (1999)

Video: Martinsburg vs Huntington (2021 Class AAA State Football Championship)

Martinsburg’s Hudson Clement saved his final high school football game for last. The 6’2 wide receiver recorded a new Super Six record of scoring eight touchdowns.

Along with Clement’s record-breaking performance, the Bulldogs’ defense made big play after big play. The Martinsburg defense intercepted Huntington’s Gavin Lochow five times, which became a new Super Six record.

The Bulldogs’ 41-point victory, 62-21, is the second-largest margin of victory in state championship game history behind their 42-point victory in 2016. It also marked the Bulldogs’ ninth Class AAA state title since 2010.

Audio: Morgantown vs University (1999 Mohawk Bowl)

We pivot away from state tournament and championship games for this week’s MetroNews Classic.

The Morgantown Mohigans and University Hawks met for the 45th time on October 29th in front of a crowd of 17,500 at Milan Puskar Stadium for the second time in series history.

Morgantown and University would exchange punches, but the Hawks had the last laugh in a close victory, 21-20.

This game would be the first of four straight games in the series played at New Mountaineer Field.


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