MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Take a look around West Virginia as the fourth week of the high school football season continued Friday evening. Class AAA: MARTINSBURG 26, Highland Springs, Va. 25 — The Bulldogs collected another quality victory in the state of Virginia, defeating the 2021 (spring season) Class 5A state-runners up. Martinsburg received a 54-yard
(Highlights by Teran Malone) ELLENBORO, W.Va. — Highlights from Ritchie County’s 36-7 win over St. Marys at Chuck Schofield Memorial Stadium.
The Golden Tornado scored a pair of early touchdowns to help set the tone and never looked back, handing the Class AA No. 1 Eagles their first loss.
ONA, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Cabell Midland’s 44-25 win over Hurricane. (Photos courtesy of John Hagley Photography)
FLATWOODS, W.Va. — Highlights from East Fairmont’s 24-20 win over Braxton County. (Highlights courtesy of ‘Braxton Live’)
Cam Cole found the end zone three times while Ryan Hall scored twice.
(Story by Ethan Collins) GLENVILLE, W.Va. — The Gilmer County Titans earned a statement win over the Wahama White Falcons, 40-20. The Titans have put themselves back into contention as one of the top teams in Class A and they are currently riding on a three-game win streak after starting the season off with a loss.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Huntington’s 30-14 win at George Washington. (Photo gallery by Marcus Constantino)
The Cougars improved to 3-0 with a quality road victory.
Wheeling Central Catholic faces another quality Ohio squad Friday night.
Fairmont Senior and Bridgeport meet with both teams in the Top 5 in their respective classes.
A lot of states are watching their governors angle for a next step as senator or president, but Gov. Jim Justice continues to aspire to a second high school basketball coaching job.
The Highlanders appear on their way back to becoming one of the state's elite programs, but they'll need to continue to handle success well and navigate through a challenging schedule.
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Greg Carey and Joe Brocato break down the week ahead as Huntington seeks their fourth win.
WAYNE, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Logan’s 27-20 win at Wayne. The Wildcats improved to 3-0 with the victory. (Photo gallery courtesy of Boothe Davis/Captured by the Moment Photography)
Despite both having one loss, Fairmont Senior and Wheeling Central remain on top in respective classifications.
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Martinsburg’s 58-7 win over Sherando, Va. (Photo gallery courtesy of Christopher C. Davis/@EP_BigCameraGuy)
BELLAIRE, Oh. — Highlights from Wheeling Central Catholic’s 14-7 loss at Bellaire, Oh. (Highlights and photo gallery by Teran Malone)