High School Football
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Roundup: Independence rolls again; Greenbrier West keeps shutout streak alive

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A closer look at some notable results on the fourth Friday of the high school football regular season:

Class AAA

Woodrow Wilson 30, Bluefield 27 — The Flying Eagles (3-1) collected their first victory over the Beavers (0-4) since 2016. Beckley’s Darmonte’ Mitchell rushed for two touchdowns and Jay Jones added another rushing touchdown. The Flying Eagles racked up 412 yards of total offense.

Bluefield’s Amir Hairston rushed for 102 yards in the first half before leaving the game due to injury.

Jefferson 33, Spring Mills 0 —

Highland Springs, Va. 34, Martinsburg 3 — The Bulldogs (3-1) saw their seven-game win streak come to an end against the nation’s No. 75 team according to MaxPreps. Brent Terwilliger’s field goal in the final minute broke up the shutout.


Class AA

Independence 68, Shady Spring 0 — The defending state runners-up from Independence have outscored their opponents 238-8. Judah Price scored 7 touchdowns (6 rushing, 1 receiving) and he added 5 two-point conversions.

Roane County 46, Lewis County 14 — The Raiders joined a group of six Class AA teams with 4-0 records. Skylar Delk rushed for 138 yards. He rushed for a score and reeled in a touchdown reception. Briar Begler found the end zone three times and Brandon Richardson returned a kickoff for a score.

Robert C. Byrd 49, Elkins 7 — The Flying Eagles evened their record at 2-2 with a road victory. Nick George tossed 4 touchdown passes and threw for 336 yards.


Class A

Greenbrier West 61, Webster County 0 — In their 4-0 start, the Cavaliers have not yet surrendered a single point. Greenbrier West has outscored their opposition 174-0. Ty Nickell rushed for five touchdowns.

Tug Valley 33, East Ridge, Ky. 22 — Freshman running back Bryson Elia scored 3 touchdowns and rushed for 237 yards as the Panthers remained 1 of 14 unbeaten teams in Class A.

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