It took a Bear of an effort for someone to topple the Philip Barbour Colts and end their two-year run atop Class AA.
ĀŅĀ×ÄŚÉä Catholicās 2022-23 season did not end the way the Irish wanted, by losing to the Chapmanville Tigers in the Class AA title game.
It can be difficult for new faces to adjust to a new system, teammates and environment. However, that isnāt the case with Nitroās Natalie Smith.
RACHEL -- The Herbert Hoover football team was hoping for a different result upon a return trip to North Marion five weeks after suffering a loss in the regular season.
PARSONS ā No. 2 seed Tucker County remained undefeated on Saturday evening as the Mountain Lions shut out No. 7 seed Tug Valley 42-0 in the Class A quarterfinals at R.H. Armstrong Memorial Field.
WEST MADISON -- The No. 5 Weir Red Riders survived a shootout at Skyhawk Field on Saturday afternoon, defeating No. 4 Scott 35-33 and securing a semifinal berth in the Class AA football playoffs.
MORGANTOWN ā It truly takes a village in order to win a state championship, let alone defend that title the following season. But among those villagers emerges the leader of the group that everyone can rally around when the time calls.
PRINCETON -- Chance Barker found Wyatt Cline for a 30-yard touchdown pass with just under five minutes remaining to lift No. 5 Princeton over 13th-seeded Parkersburg 41-37 in the Class AAA quarterfinals on Friday night in Princeton.
HUNTINGTON ā The old joke of being down two scores and having the opponent right where you want them might not be far-fetched when it comes to Spring Mills.
Class AA No. 6 Winfield will look for its first trip to the state semifinals since 1988 ā and its fourth overall ā on Friday night.
Wahama and Greenbrier West have each enjoyed smashing success this season. But both hope a perfect record entering the state quarterfinals isnāt as good as it gets.
Cabell Midland entered the 2022 high school football playoffs licking wounds, but the 2023 Knights are bearing claws and fangs in the postseason.
With Tug Valleyās 28-26 win over No. 10 seed Tyler Consolidated in the first round of the WVSSAC Class A playoffs last Friday night, the Panthers picked up their fifth win in playoff history and secured their spot in the quarterfinals against No. 2 seed Tucker County.
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