WVRSN Slideshow image
News Archive


Links
· WVU
· Blue Gold News
· MSNSportsNet
· Marshall University
· WVIAC
· Other
· Hoopstips.net
· WV FCA
· WV Soccer
· WV-Mat
· WVSSAC
· MESSAGE BOARDS
· WVRSN Message Board


WesBanco Scoreboard


Dunbar Printing Ramada Hamtop Wingate Wingate Charleston Medabolix


WESBANCO SCOREBOARD REPORT
wire reports
editor@wvrsn.com
November 19, 2011

Wesbanco Quickview3

View all the results from Round 2 Playoffs

WV Prep Football State Playoffs

Round 2
Weekend of November 19, 2011

CLASS AAA

#8 Huntington (8-3) vs.
#1 Martinsburg (11-0) Sat.

#7 Cabell Midland (7-4) 8
#2 Bridgeport (12-0) 41

#11 Hurricane (8-3) 6
#3 George Washington 33

#13 Parkersburg South (7-5) 22
#5 Morgantown (10-2) 45

CLASS AA

#9 Oak Glen (10-1) 40
#1 Point Pleasant (11-0) 66

#10 River View (9-2) vs
#2 Shady Spring (11-0) Sat.

#6 Wayne (10-2) 32
#14 Keyser (7-5) 8

#13 Chapmanville (9-3) 20
#12 Braxton County (8-4) 14

CLASS A

#9 Moorefield (8-4) 16
#1 Wheeling Central (11-1) 34

#7 Valley Fayette (9-3) 8
#2 Williamstown (12-0) 45

#6 Fayetteville (9-3) 20
#3 Wahama (12-0) 45

#13 Bishop Donahue (9-3) 26
#5 East Hardy (10-0) 40

West Virginia High School Football
First Round Playoff Results

AAA

#1 Martinsburg (11-0) 49
#16 Woodrow Wilson (5-6) 13

#2 Bridgeport (11-0) 28
#15 R. C. Byrd (6-5) 21

#3 GW (11-0) 42
#14 Spring Valley ( 6-5) 7

#13 Parkersburg South (7-4) 51
#4 Loga n (8-3) 8

#12 Musselman (7-3) 14
#5 Morgantown (8-2) 48

#11 Hurricane (7-3) 54
#6 Elkins (7-3) 30

#7 Cabell Midland (8-3) 56
#9 Parkersburg (7-4) 20
OVERTIME

#8 Huntington (8-3) 56
#9 Parkersburg (7-4) 20

AA

#16 Ritchie County (6-5) 0
#1 Point Pleasant (11-0) 41

#15 Scott (6-5) 22
#2 Shady Spring (11-0) 34

#14 Keyser (7-4) 48
#3 Westside (9-2) 6

#13 Chapmanville (8-3) 26
#4 Lincoln (9-2) 7

#12 Braxton County (8-3) 42
#5 Greenbrier West (9-2) 14

#11 Grafton (7-4) 14
#6 Wayne (9-2) 56

#10 Riverview (9-2) 28
#7 Ravenswood (8-3) 23

#9 Oak Glen (9-1) 28
#8 Roane County (8-2) 20

A

#16 Parkersburg Catholic (6-5) 14
#1 Wheeling Central (10-1) 39

#15 Madonna (6-5) 31
#2 Williamstown (11-0) 38

#14 Pocahontas County (7-3) 14
#3 Wahama (10-0) 18

#13 Bishop Donahue (8-3) 42
#4 Wirt County (9-2) 19

#12 Buffalo (7-3) 14
#5 East Hardy (9-0) 48

#11 Van (7-4) 0
#6 Fayetteville (9-2) 35

#10 Meadow Bridge (7-4) 6
#7 Valley Fayette (9-2) 22

#9 Moorefield (8-3) 42
#8 Clay-Battelle (9-2) 13

Football

Friday - November 04, 2011

Class AAA

#3AAA GW (10-0) 56, #5AAA Parkersburg (7-3) 12
#10AAA Cabell Mid. (7-3) 23, #6AAA Hurricane (7-3) 14
#9AAA Huntington (7-3) 35, #16AAA Capital (5-5) 14
#12AAA Wheeling Pk (7-3) 21, Hedgesville (4-6) 14
#1AAA Bridgeport (10-0) 44, North Marion (5-5) 7
#1AAA Martinsburg (10-0) 41, Dover, DL (6-3) 7
#13AAA Pkbg. South (6-4) 46, John Marshall (0-10) 19
#8AAA Morgantown (8-2) 27, Brooke (5-5) 20
#15AAA Sprg. Valley (6-4) 49, Winfield (4-6) 20
Fairmont Senior (5-5) 48, East Fairmont (3-7) 0
Riverside (5-5) 45, Nitro (0-10) 6
Lincoln County (4-6) 66, Sherman (0-10) 0
Greenbrier East (5-5) 51, James Monroe (2-8) 18
NIcholas County (5-5) 28, Preston (1-9) 14
Washington (5-5) 35, Jefferson (1-9) 27

Class AA

#14AA Braxton Co. (7-3) 54, Sissonville (2-8) 22
#10AA Ravenswood (8-2) 48, Ripley (3-7) 14
#2AA Pt. Pleasant (10-0) 41, #12AA Chapmanville (7-3) 18
#3AA Lincoln (9-1) 23, Notre Dame (2-8) 20
#4AA Westside (9-1) 48, #6AA Riverview (8-2) 40
Frankfort (3-7) 35, Hampshire (1-9) 26
Magnolia (5-5) 41, #8AA Grafton (7-3) 35 2 overtimes
Philip Barbour (4-6) 24, Tucker County (5-5) 20
Poca (4-6) 52, Tolsia (0-10) 44
#7AA Wayne (8-2) 54, #16AA Bluefield (4-5) 3
Webster County (4-6) 38, Tygarts Valley (1-9) 13
Weir (0-10) 18, Tyler Consolidated (1-9) 13
Wyoming East (5-5) 28, Liberty Raleigh (4-6) 20
Mingo Central (5-5) 33, Herbert Hoover (2-8) 3
Mtn. Ridge, MD 45, #13AA Keyser (6-4) 0
Scott (6-4) 38, #4AAA Logan (8-2)_ 7

C lass A

Bath County, VA 41, Pendleton County (1-8) 6
Grundy, VA (6-4) 27, Mount View (0-10) 24
Hannan (3-7) 68, Gilmer County (1-9) 48
#4A East Hardy (9-0) 60, Petersburg (1-9) 15
#5A Wirt County (9-1) 34, South Harrison (3-7) 20
#8A Valley Fayette (8-2) 28, Summers County (5-5) 10
#11A Moorefield (7-3) 52, Calhoun County (1-9) 18
#13A Meadow Brdg (7-3) 22, Richwood (3-7) 18
#16A Van (7-3) 34, Clay County (2-8) 8
#6A Fayetteville (8-2) 34, Independence (3-7) 12
#2A Wahama (10-0) 27, #9A Buffalo (7-3) 8
Linsly (10-0) 54, #1A Wheeling Cent. (9-1) 18
#7A Clay-Battelle (9-1) 33, #10A Madonna (6-4) 6
Midland Trail (2-8) 20, Pikeview (1-9) 13
Montcalm (2-8) 42, Ervington, VA 26
Saint Marys (5-5) 42, Doddridge County (3-7) 14

Week 9 Report

By Jim Workman

Last week in this column, we pointed to the importance of contenders being able to step up against top competition late in the season.

Several teams in the state did just that, making strong cases for their playoff aspirations. Perhaps the best performances came from Williamstown and Pt. Pleasant. They both made statements, marking themselves as true state championship contenders. Undefeated Pt. Pleasant did a lot more than just take care of business against Ravenswood, blanking the Red Devils 37-0.

Williamstown defended its unbeaten record on the road against previously undefeated Wirt County 27-13. In the category of "Showing what you're made of...", Capital showed no signs of raising the white flag after suffering a rash of injuries to key players in the past few weeks. The Cougars, who had won its first four games only to lose two straight games, to Kanawha Valley rivals Hurricane and Riverside, responded by knocking off Cabell Midland, winners of five straight, by a score of 31-29.

"We talked to our kids all week,'' Capital coach Jon Carpenter told The Charleston Gazette afterwards. "And we told them they can learn persistence only by going through troubling times. I believe that laid a big foundation for our football program tonight.'' After losing its starting quarterback and two running backs, Capital could have folded up its tents and called it a season.
Chances are, they'll have a say in what other teams pack it up the rest of the way.

Teams that could be categorized as "Keeping up its playoff hopes" with key victories last week, are: Logan (28-27 over Huntington),
Parkersburg (38-27 over Woodrow Wilson),
Parkersburg Catholic (27-22 over Valley Fayette),
East Hardy (27-7 over Moorefield)
Summers County (26-6 over Meadow Bridge)

With only three weekends remaining in the regular season, it's do or die time for many teams. The rest of October and one weekend in November should set up one great post-season this fall.

Big Games This Week

Capital (5-2) at George Washington (8-0)
Cabell Midland (5-3) at Princeton (3-5)
Elkins (6-2) at Lewis County (4-4)
Fairmont Senior (4-3) at Wheeling Park (4-3)
Huntington (4-3) at Greenbrier East (3-4)
Hurricane (6-1) at Spring Valley (4-3)
Keyser (6-1) at Musselman (6-2)
North Marion (4-3) at Nicholas County (4-3)
Robert C. Byrd (5-3) at Parkersburg South (4-3)
Riverside (3-4) at Woodrow Wilson (4-4)
Bluefield (2-4) at Oak Hill (3-4)
Scott (4-2) at Pt. Pleasant (7-0)
Liberty Harrison (5-3) at Lincoln (6-1)
Wyoming East (3-4) at Shady Spring (8-0)
Buffalo (6-1) at Fayetteville (6-1)
Wahama (7-0) vs. Madonna (5-2) (at Fairmont)

Contenders Off This Week

Bridgeport (8-0)
Parkersburg (6-2)
East Hardy (6-1)
Parkersburg Catholic (5-3)
Summers County (5-3)
Westside (6-1)

RSNsports.com
WV High School Week 9 Poll

Class AAA

1. George Washington (8-0)
2. Martinsburg (7-0)
3. Bridgeport (8-0)
4. Hurricane (6-1)
5. Capital (5-2)
6. Logan (6-1)
7. Parkersburg (6-2)
8. Cabell Midland (5-3)
9. Morgantown (5-2)
10. (tie) Musselman 6-2
10. (tie) Huntington (4-3)

Class AA

1. Pt. Pleasant (7-0)
2. Shady Spring (8-0)
3. River View (7-0)
4. Ravenswood (5-2)
5. Wayne (5-2)
6. Greenbrier West (7-1)
7. Chapmanville (6-1)
8. Lincoln (6-1)
9. Oak Glen (7-1)
10 (tie) Grafton (5-2)
10. (tie) Keyser (6-1)

Class A

1. Wheeling Central (7-0)
2. Wahama (7-0)
3. Williamstown (7-0)
4. East Hardy (7-0)
5. Wirt County (6-1)
6. Buffalo (6-1)
7. Fayetteville (6-1)
8. Clay-Battelle (6-1)
9. Van (5-2)
10. (tie) Madonna (5-2)
10. (tie) Valley Fayette (5-2)


The mighty Patriots absolutely destroyed South Charleston in a Thursday night debut.

Ryan Switzer showed what all of the off-season recruiting hype was all about too. Switzer, a junior, ran for 277 yards on just b16 carries and scored on TD runs of 32, 61, 33 and five yards while also hauling in a 79 yard TD pass.

Pretty safe to say that he got off to a healthy jump in the Kennedy Award race. What if his first carry, a 70-yard scamper into the end zone, wouldn't have been called back because of a clipping call?

But it wasn't all Switzer. Dustin Crouser added 73 yards and three TDs on just five trips.

Sure, South Charleston lost a ton of talent from super teams that won back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2009 before bowing out of the playoffs last year due to a disqualification.

But a signature win in a rivalry game against a proud program with lots of recent tradition -- that was a huge win and confidence booster for the Pats.

*Big Reds back?

It was almost the same story in Parkersburg. The Big Reds knocked off a Brooke team that many are expecting great things from this year after a deep playoff run last year. Dear Members and Associates

And yet another Lindamood is toting the rock for PHS. Adam Lindamood ran 15 times for 99 yards to lead the way for the surging Big Reds who are attempting to make it back to form after a few down (by Parkersburg standards)seasons.

Watch out for PHS.

*Bluefield doesn't re-build, it re-loads

Are the Beavers ever going to have a down year?

It doesn't appear so.

Bluefield and Graham (Va.) has been touted as one of the nation's top prep football rivalries. But in recent years, it's been all Beavers.

It was the same story last weekend as Bluefield handed the G-Men a 51-14 whipping, gaining 315 yards offensively in the first half alone. The latest Bluefield star appears to be sophomore back Montel Leggett to racked up 227 yards and four TDs in only 22 carries.

The relatively young Beavers are poised to be around for the next couple of years, as one of the top programs in the southern part of the state -- and the entire state. Were we expecting anything less from the Fred Simon-led bunch?

*KanawhaCounty BOE punts on transfer policy

Membersof the Kanawha County school board voted 4-1 to rescind a county policy requiring high school athletes to sit out a year before they can play sports If they transfer schools. They decided to abide by the standing WVSSAC transfer rules.

Shouldn't they have just followed the existing rules in the first place?

Anyway, DeShawn Alexander, son of WVU star and South Charleston All-American Robert Alexander) will now be able to suit up for the St. Albans Red Dragons. He'll just have to get his required practice time in to be eligible for game action.

Top games this week:

Bluefield at Princeton

Wheeling Park at Bridgeport

Brooke at St. Clairsville (Oh.)

Buffalo at Notre Dame

Parkersburg at Cabell Midland

St. Albans at Capital

George Washington at Paul Blazer (Ky.)

Greenbrier West at Richwood

Nitro at Hurricane

Magnolia at Williamstown

Ravenswood at Poca

Trimble (Oh.) at Wahama.

WV High School Football

From the Wesbanco Scoreboard...

Friday's state scores

Bluefield 51, Graham, Va. 14

Bridgeport 45, Buckhannon-Upshur 0

Calhoun County 59, Gilmer County 21

Cambridge, Ohio 58, John Marshall 6

Chapmanville 47, Sissonville 7

Clarke County, Va. 24, Berkeley Springs 14

Doddridge County 33, South Harrison 7

Fayetteville 15, Oak Hill 6

Huntington 32, Lincoln County 6

Hurricane 17, Winfield 10

James Monroe 34, Narrows, Va. 6

Keyser 52, Petersburg 6

Lewis County 34, Liberty Harrison 18

Lincoln 22, Braxton County 19

Logan 30, Man 7

Madonna 37, Valley Wetzel 12

Martinsburg 7, Sherando, Va. 0

Meadow Bridge 62, Montcalm 32

Mingo Central 48, Wyoming East 14

Musselman 30, Skyline, Va. 14

Nicholas County 25, Clay County 6

Notre Dame 67, Hundred 12

Parkersburg 33, Brooke 22

Parkersburg South 32, Ripley 25

Pendleton County 32, Tygarts Valley 0

Poca 44, Nitro 22

Preston 20, Hampshire 19

Ravenswood 35, Herbert Hoover 18

Ritchie County 38, St. Marys 22

River View 36, Mount View 14

Riverside 41, St. Albans 14

Robert C. Byrd 28, Fairmont Senior 20

Shady Spring 40, Greenbrier West 20

Spring Valley 28, Cabell Midland 20

Summers County 46, PikeView 27

Tug Valley 45, Sherman 6

University 21, North Marion 0

Valley Fayette 16, Hannan 0

Webster County 34, Richwood 8

Westside 38, Liberty Raleigh 14

Williamstown 50, Tyler Consolidated 0

Wintersville Indian Creek, Ohio 55, Weir 7

Wirt County 32, Moorefield 25

Woodgrove, Va. 37, Jefferson 19

Woodrow Wilson 43, Princeton 16

Thursday - August 25, 2011 Bishop Donahue (1-0) 38, Cameron (0-1) 8

Capital (1-0) 42, Greenbrier East (0-1) 26

East Fairmont (1-0) 23, Elkins (0-1) 16

George Washington (1-0) 61, South Charleston (0-1) 0

Hedgesville (1-0) 38, Washington (0-1) 6

New Philadelphia, OH 21, Wheeling Park (0-1) 20

Oak Glen (1-0) 29, Edison, OH 28

Steubenville, OH 31, Morgantown (0-1) 9

Pairings for the West Virginia high school football playoffs. Friday games are at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday games are at 1:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted:

CLASS AAA

First round

Friday's results

No. 1 George Washington 42, No. 16 Logan 8

No. 2 Martinsburg 54, No. 15 Lewis County 0

No. 3 Morgantown 45, No. 14 Robert C. Byrd 29

No. 5. Hurricane 39, No. 12 Spring Valley 17

No. 6 Capital 35, No. 11 Fairmont Sr. 16

No. 7 Bridgeport 23, No. 10 University 14

CLASS AA

First round

Friday's results

No. 1 Ravenswood 63, No. 16 Poca 21

No. 2 Magnolia 62, No. 15 Tug Valley 0

No. 3 Greenbrier West 42, No. 14 Herbert Hoover 10

No. 4 Bluefield 42, No. 13 Liberty Harrison 0

No. 5 Wayne 35, No. 12 Shady Spring 8

No. 10 Chapmanville 30, No. 7 PikeView 14

No. 9 Roane County 33, No. 8 Point Pleasant 29

West Virginia Regional Sports Network
Wesbanco Scoreboard

Week 6 October 1, 2010

#1AAA Hedgesville (6-0) 48
Hedgesville (2-4) 0

#2AAA GW (6-0) 35
#14AAA Pkbg (3-3) 7

#12AAA Nicholas Co. (5-1) 39
#4AAA R.C. Byrd (4-2) 6

#6AAA Hurricane (5-1) 53
Huntington (1-4) 21

#6AAA S Chas. (4-1) 48
Ripley (1-5) 7

#8AAA Brooke (4-1) Idle

#8AAA Morgantown (5-1) 57
Preston (0-5) 6

#11AAA Bridgeport (4-1) Idle

#13AAA Spg. Valley (4-2) 34
Cabell Midland (2-3) 21

#15AAA Logan (3-2) Idle

Lewis County (4-2) 26
Buckhannon-Upshur (1-5) 0

Elkins (2-3) Idle
Keyser (2-3) 39
Hampshire (2-3) 6

North Marion (3-3) 33
East Fairmont (0-6) 12

Princeton (1-4) 37
Graham, VA (0-5) 7

Riverside (2-3) Idle

Woodrow Wilson (1-4) 32
Saint Albans (2-3) 0

Washington (1-4) Idle

Steubenville, OH (6-0) 39
Wheeling Park (1-5) 0

#1AA Ravenswood (6-0) 55
Ritchie Co. (1-4) 7

#3AA Greenbr West (6-0) 35
#9AA Pikeview (4-2) 14

#13AA Pt. Pleasant (4-1) 13
#5AA Wayne (4-1) 8

#6AA Bluefield (5-1) 21
Gate City, VA 0

#8AA Magnolia (5-0) 35
Monroe Central, OH (4-2) 14

#15AA Oak Glen (4-2) 36
Weir (0-5) 0

Poca (3-2) 27
#15AA Herb. Hoover (3-3) 24

Moorefield (2-4) 20
Berkeley Springs (1-4) 7

Independence (2-3) Idle

Philip Barbour (2-3) 35
Petersburg (1-4) 0

Scott (3-2) 21
Summers Co. (0-6) 6

Sherman (2-4) 27
Sissonville (0-6) 7

Tyler Consolidated (0-5) Idle

#13A Wheeling Cent. (3-2) 41
Catholic Cent., OH 0

#15A Van (4-1) Idle

Paden City (2-4) 19
Cameron (0-6) 0

Clay-Battelle (2-3) Idle

Fayette-Perry, OH 34
Hannan (0-5) 0

Midland Trail (0-5) Idle

Notre Dame (2-3) Idle

#3AAA University (6-0) 14
#10AAA Fairmont Sr. (3-2) 13

#4AAA Capital (4-1) Idle

#8AAA Brooke (4-1) Idle

Allegany, VA 21
Greenbrier East (2-4) 14

John Marshall (1-4) 20
Buckeye Local, OH (1-5) 13

Lawerence, KY 40
Winfield (2-4) 7

Musselman (2-3) 35
Jefferson (0-6) 6

Williamson (3-3) 48
Montcalm (0-4) 9

South Harrison (3-2) 51
Calhoun Co. (1-5) 22

Pkbg Catholic (4-2) 38
Doddridge Co. (3-3) 14

Pike County, KY 61
Tolsia (2-4) 14

Gilmer County (1-5) 35
Tygarts Valley (0-5) 13

River View (4-1) 28
Wyoming East (2-4) 7

Grafton (3-3) 29
Lincoln (1-5) 12

Pocahontas Co. (3-3) 7
Bath Co., VA 6

Richwood (3-3) 32
#16A Mount Hope (3-2) 29

#13A Tucker Co. (4-2) 26
South Garrett, MD 20

#11A Fayetteville (5-1) 24
Man (2-3) 14

#9A Buffalo (5-1) 26
Valley Wetzel (2-3) 14

#9A Williamstown (4-1) 22
#8A Saint Marys (3-2) 12

#12AA Liberty-H (5-1) 21
#10AA Braxton Co. (4-2) 6

#4A Wahama (5-0) 49
South Local, OH 0

Mountain Ridge, MD 55
#4AA Frankfort (4-1) 27

#6AA Chapmanville (5-1) 32
#2AA James Monroe (5-1) 17

Prestonsburg, KY 34
#1A Matewan (4-1) 28

#11AA Roane Co. (4-1) 19
#2A Wirt County (4-1) 14

#3A Meadow Bridge (5-0) 42
Valley-Fayette (0-4) 14

Week 5 September 24, 2010

#14AAA So. Chas. (3-1) 35
#1AAA Capital (4-1) 14
Were Eagles undersold? Cougars overrated?

#3AAA Martinsburg (5-0) 42
Fort Hill, MD 10
Border wars goes to WV.

#4AAA Geo. Wash. (5-0) 41
Princeton (0-4) 0
Diamond Cut

#5AAA University (5-0) 35
Hedgesville (2-3) 28
Staying undefeated is not so easy.

#6AAA Fairmont Sr. (3-1) Idle
Fairmont one loss to Morgantown.

#6AAA R.C. Byrd (4-1) 41
Elkins (2-3) 16
Eagles another Wheeling contender?

#6AAA Brooke (4-1) 40
Wheeling Park (1-4) 14
Bruins the class of AAA Northern Panhandle.

#9AAA Hurricane (4-1) 34
Greenbrier East (2-3) 14
Redskins bounce back from loss to Capital.

#10AAA Bridgeport (4-1) 41
E. Farimont (0-5) 0
Last year's AAA runners up look to get back.

#11AAA Nicholas Co. (4-1) 28
#16AAA Lewis Co. (3-2) 20
This game lived up to its hype.

#10AA Chapmanville (4-1) 35
#12AAA Logan (3-2) 20
Great rivalry game taken by class AA.

Athens, OH 22
#12AAA Pkbg. So. (3-2) 7
Border battle lost to OH.

Spring Valley (3-2) 34
#14AAA St. Albans (2-2) 14
Look for the Timberwolves to slip back into playoffs.

Cabell Midland (2-2) 17
Lincoln Co. (1-3) 6
Could Lincoln Co. split its football team up into 3 class A teams?

Buckhannon-Upshur (1-4) 23
Grafton (2-3) 20
Always nice to get that first win.

Huntington (1-3) 21
Riverside (2-3) 20
Another good first win vs a quality opponent.

Nitro (1-4) 17
Ripley (1-4) 3
See above.

Parkersburg (3-2) 43
Woodrow Wilson (0-4) 14
Big Reds coming on strong.

North Marion (2-3) 27
Preston (0-4) 7

Winfield (2-3) 41
Tolsia (2-3) 6

Zanesville, OH 49
John Marshall (0-4) 20
Ouch!

#1AA Ravenswood (4-0) 55
Tyler Consol. (0-5) 14
Toss TC on the Dead Pile.

#2AA Greenbrier West (5-0) 49
Summer Co. (0-5) 6
Diamond Cut

#16AA Roane Co. (3-1) 30
#3AA Braxton Co. (4-1) 23
Playoff type atmosephere in midseason!

#4AA James Monroe (5-0) 55
#15AA Scott (2-2) 19
Skyhawks come back to earth.

#4AA Wayne (4-0) 66
Sissonville (0-5) 21
Two programs headed in totally different directions.

#4AA Frankfort (4-0) 54
Northern Garrett, MD 38
92 points? Sweet.

#7AA Bluefield (4-1) 64
Oak Hill (0-5) 14
Oak Hill lining up for the Dead Pile.

#8AA Magnolia (4-0) Idle

Beaver Local, OH 19
#9AA Oak Glen (3-2) 14
Tough border loss.

#10AA Pikeview (4-1) 13
#12AA Shady Spring (3-2) 7
Another playoff caliber game.

#14AA Liberty H. (4-1) 28
Notre Dame (2-3) 6

#16AA Pt. Pleasant (4-1) 48
Vinton, OH 0
Blacks gaining steam!

Herbert Hoover (3-2) 34
Clay Co. (1-3) 8
Huskies rolling after brutal first half schedule.

Westside (2-3) 50
Independence (2-3) 44
94 points? With Independence playing, you can count on fireworks.

Allegany, MD 25
Keyser (1-3) 20

Licoln (1-4) 42
Webster Co. (0-4) 6
Someone had to win.

Berkeley Springs (1-3) 32
Petersburg (1-3) 7

Philip Barbour (1-3) Idle

Poca (2-2) Idle

Ritchie Co. (1-3) * Idle

Liberty R. (3-2) 36
Sherman (1-4) 17

Weir (0-4) Idle

Wyoming East (2-3) 43
Mount View (0-5) 24

#1A Matewan (4-0) Idle

#2A Wirt Co. (4-0) Idle

#5A Meadow Bridge (4-0) 44
#4A Pendleton Co. (4-1) 30
Classic playoff caliber game.

#5A Madonna (4-0) 47
Cameron (0-5) 7
Not pretty.

#5A Wahama (4-0) 42
Waterford, OH 21

#5A Bishop Dohanue (5-0) 58
Burch (1-3) 0
Total Diamond Cut.

#11A St. Marys (3-1) 34
Moorefield (1-4) 19

#11A Williamstown (3-1) 78
Calhoun Co. (1-4) 8
Was this against the law?

#13A Tucker Co. (3-1) Idle

#13A East Hardy (4-1) 47
Tygarts Valley (0-4) 16

#15A Mount Hope (3-1) 36
Midland Trail (0-5) 0
Someone got blazed.

Toronto, OH 25
#16A Valley Wetzel (2-2) 3

Clear Spring, MD 41
Clay Battelle (2-3) 24

Doddridge Co. (3-2) 35
Gilmer County (1-4)1 16
Bulldogs coming out!

Man (2-2) Idle

Pocahontas Co. (2-3) 39
Richwood (2-3) 6
Battle of the Highlands.

South Harrison (2-2) Idle

Van (4-1) 34
Williamson (2-3) 6
Van to the playoffs?

SATURDAY
Last Update on 09-11-2010 at 23:03:04

Cabell Midland 17
Winfield 10

Fort Hill, Md. 24
Keyser 0

Franklin Furnace Green, Ohio 52
Hannan 0

Hurricane 49
Spring Valley 21
Redskins picking up steam and turning heads.

Linsly 48
Westinghouse, Pa. 14

Logan 9
Lincoln County 6
Odd score. Not so odd outcome.

Madonna 41
Steubenville Cath. Cent., Ohio 0

Morgantown 45
Fairmont Senior 21
Mohicans rock on.

Parkersburg South 28
Coolidge, D.C. 6

Poca 41
Buffalo 24
Battle for North Putnam goes to Dots.

Point Pleasant 49
Sissonville 3
Sissonville ready for the Dead Pile.

Proctorville Fairland, Ohio 20
Tolsia 18

Ripley 14
St. Albans 13
Vikings slay the Dragons.

Riverside 24
Wheeling Park 17
Warriors get nice first win.

South Charleston 48
Parkersburg 34
Black Eagles use 82 point affair to get back on track.

St. Marys 44
Parkersburg Catholic 12

Tucker County 34
Lincoln 3
Lincoln lining up for Dead Pile.

Tug Valley 20
Mount View 0

FRIDAY

Last Update 09-11-10 0019EDT

Bishop Donahue 44
Beallsville, Ohio 14

Bridgeport 21
Lewis County 7
Indians massacre Minutemen.

Broad Run, Va. 42
Jefferson 0

Capital 35
Princeton 0
Cougars Diamond Cut Tigers in battle of big cats.

Chapmanville 62
Scott 20
Speaking of cats, did the Skyhawks even field a defense in this game?

Clay County 14
Ritchie County 12
Again, speaking of cats, the Panthers get first big win in 2010 and avoid Dead Pile.

Clay-Battelle 48
Paden City 14

Doddridge County 45
Calhoun County 20

Doddridge having good season.

Elkins 41
Preston 13

Fayetteville 41
Richwood 6

Frankfort 15
Grafton 6

James Monroe 34
Oak Hill 13

James Wood, Va. 28
Musselman 7

Liberty Harrison 26
Webster County 6

Man 28
Westside 8

Martinsburg 11
Thomas Johnson, Md. 7

Matewan 40
Grove City Christian, Ohio 29

Meadow Bridge 46
Midland Trail 7

Mount Hope 45
Gilbert 6

Mountain Ridge, Md. 37
Hedgesville 14

Oak Glen 27
Wintersville Indian Creek, Ohio 7

Oakland Southern, Md. 55
Moorefield 7

PikeView 32
Liberty Raleigh 20

Richmond Edison, Ohio 46
Weir 0
Weir looking forward to hoops season.

Robert C. Byrd 42
North Marion 36

Sherando, Va. 41
Washington 6

Steubenville, Ohio 34
Brooke 21

Wahama 41
Reedsville Eastern, Ohio 14
Wheeling Central 47
McKinley, D.C. 34

Wirt County 51
Gilmer County 18

THURSDAY
Last Update 09-09-10 2314EDT

Bluefield 23
Greenbrier East 10

Braxton County 46
Philip Barbour 21

East Rockingham, Va. 14
Petersburg 0

George Washington 38
Nitro 12

Greenbrier West 35
Independence 0

Hampshire 47
Bishop Walsh, Md. 28

Magnolia 57
Tyler Consolidated 0
TC to the Dead Pile please.

Nicholas County 55
East Fairmont 8
Grizzlies Diamond Cut the Bees.

Ravenswood 10
Roane County 6
Devils have tough game with the Raiders.

Shady Spring 42
Summers County 8

Sherman 37
Wyoming East 20

South Harrison 43
Tygarts Valley 8

University 45
Buckhannon-Upshur 7

Wayne 28
Herbert Hoover 26
Huskies drop another tough one.

FRIDAY
Last Update 09-03-10 2331EDT

WEEK 2

Bath County, Va. 34
East Hardy 7

Bishop Donahue 43
Clay-Battelle 0
The CeeBees are Diamond Cut.

Bluefield 17
Princeton 0
Beavers own the southern border.

Braxton County 20
Clay County 15
Eagles take central WV rivalry.

Bridgeport 29
Wheeling Park 27
State AAA powers battle to the last point.

Brooke 28
Parkersburg South 7
Bruins keep rollin.

Buffalo 26
Notre Dame 0
Bison growing up fast.

Burch 32
Phelps, Ky. 26
Bulldogs win in the Bluegrass State.

Cadiz Harrison Cent., Ohio 36
Weir 34
Oh Weir, where art thou?
2 O V E R T I M E S

Capital 23
Cabell Midland 3
Capital looking strong out of the gates.

Clarke County, Va. 29
Hedgesville 21

Fairmont Senior 28
North Marion 20

Fayetteville 63
Midland Trail 6
Trailblazers tossed on the dead pile.

Frankfort 46
Moorefield 28

George Washington 21
South Charleston 7
AAA's #1 falls to Patriots.

Gilbert 32
Williamson 8

Greenbrier East 17
Woodrow Wilson 0
Spartans off to surprising 2-0 start.

Greenbrier West 33
Richwood 0
Greenbrier County goes perfect.

Herbert Hoover 48
Chapmanville 45
Huskies win shootout with Tigers.

Hurricane 35
Nitro 0
Wildcats looking at the dead pile.

James Monroe 31
Summers County 0
Diamond Cut.

James Wood, Va. 13
Washington 7

Lewis County 20
Grafton 6

Liberty Harrison 28
Doddridge County 6

Liberty Raleigh 34
Sissonville 19

Linsly 51
Cols. Africentric, Ohio 21

Logan 41
Nicholas County 35k
Logan wins battle for AAA respect.

Madonna 56
Paden City 0
Diamond cut!

Magnolia 48
Williamstown 21

Man 63
Mount View 0
Hillbillies rock.

Martinsburg 40
Potomac Falls, Va. 7

Matewan 46
Valley Fayette 14

Meadow Bridge 46
Hannan 16
Morgantown 62
Elkins 12
Mohicans do the scalping.

Mount Hope 36
Oak Hill 34

Mountain Ridge, Md. 50
Jefferson 28

Oak Glen 38
New Matamoras Frontier, Ohio 14

Parkersburg 40
Marietta, Ohio 21
Big Reds rollin.

Pendleton County 35
Petersburg 14

Philip Barbour 14
Lincoln 7

PikeView 21
River View 8

Ravenswood 37
Poca 14
Red Devils rockin opponents.

Ritchie County 46
Calhoun County 6
Ritchie back to former winning ways?

Roane County 48
Tyler Consolidated 14

Robert C. Byrd 34
Buckhannon-Upshur 9

Scott 46
Wyoming East 14

Shady Spring 19
Westside 18

Sherando, Va. 21
Musselman 7

South Hagerstown, Md. 32
Berkeley Springs 0

South Harrison 63
Gilmer County 26
89 points scored. Defense anyone?

Spring Valley 12
Huntington 10
Timberwolves take the city.

St. Albans 37
Riverside 24

Tolsia 28
Point Pleasant 21
Rebels roll.

Tucker County 22
Tygarts Valley 6

Tug Valley 28
Van 14

University 59
East Fairmont 28

Valley Wetzel 41
Hundred 14

Wahama 14
Glouster Trimble, Ohio 6

Wayne 20
Chesapeake, Ohio 14

Winfield 38
Ripley 30

Wirt County 14
St. Marys 13

FRIDAY
Last Update 08-28-10 0010EDT

Betsy Layne, Ky. 52
Burch 6

Bishop Donahue 57
Cameron 0

Bluefield 48
Graham, Va. 0
The Beavers set the tone early in 2010.

Braxton County 32
Lincoln 0
The Eagles get nice start over happless Lincoln.

Bridgeport 10
Buckhannon-Upshur 7
surpisingly close score for the Indians who made the trip to the AAA finals in '09.

Brooke 39
Parkersburg 17
Bruins get solid win early. Big Reds still struggle.

Buffalo 32
Gilbert 7
Bison appear improved over '09.

Calhoun County 52
Gilmer County 38

Cambridge, Ohio 32
John Marshall 26

Chapmanville 45
Sissonville 6
The battle of the Villes. The Tigers just have too much in their tank for a young Sissonville squad to keep up with.

Clarke County, Va. 49
Berkeley Springs 7

Doddridge County 18
South Harrison 0
Nice opening win for the Bulldogs who have struggled in recent seasons.

East Hardy 46
Rappahannock County, Va. 6

Elkins 43
East Fairmont 33
Kind of a shocker for opening week. East has been a playoff caliber team in recent seasons.

Fairmont Senior 28
Robert C. Byrd 21

Fayetteville 47
Oak Hill 20
Pirates take early battle for Fayette County.

Grafton 30
Philip Barbour 3
Grafton still looking strong for 2010.

Greenbrier East 24
Lincoln County 22
Spartans take a tight MSAC contest.

Greenbrier West 53
Shady Spring 14
A AA "Diamond Cut" by West.

Hampshire 14
Preston 6
Border battle taken by Hampshire

Hurricane 42
Winfield 14
The big boys of Putnam County battle it out at Little Big Horn. Once again, the Redskins take the Generals.

Independence 29
Midland Trail 20

James Monroe 46
Narrows, Va. 8

Lewis County 34
Liberty Harrison 20
The Minutemen look to continue success of '09.

Logan 55
Man 18
A battle for Logan County. Wildcats get the Hillbillies but Chapmanville still waits.

Loudoun County, Va. 14
Musselman 13

Magnolia 53
Tolsia 0
Complete domination by the Blue Eagles who tossed the Rebels on the "dead pile".

Martinsburg 27
Stonewall Jackson-Manassas, Va. 21

Matewan 47
Wyoming East 21 <

Mogadore, Ohio 21
Linsly 7

Nicholas County 36
Clay County 0
Grizzlies send the Panthers to the "dead pile" in 2010.

Parkersburg South 43
Ripley 16
Not the kind of start the Vikings wanted this season after getting out of the gate so well in 2009.

Pendleton County 35
Tygarts Valley 6
Diamond Cut.

Petersburg 34
Clay-Battelle 8
Another Diamond Cut.

PikeView 47
Summers County 24

Poca 34
Nitro 6
The Dots take the "Backyard Brawl" in convincing manner.

Pocahontas County 24
Tucker County 8

Potomac Falls, Va. 14
Jefferson 7
At least win one for the home state.

Ravenswood 23
Herbert Hoover 8
Red Devils will make title run in 2010.

Richmond Edison, Ohio 36
Oak Glen 12

Richwood 34
Webster County 0
Diamond Cut.

River View 50
Mount View 18
The view from here is the Mount slid into the River.

South Charleston 44
Huntington 7
The Black Eagles look to make a 3-peat in AAA in 2010.

Spring Valley 28
Princeton 19

St. Marys 52
Ritchie County 35
87 points scored in the opener. Both defensive coordinators take bath.

Tug Valley 22 <
Sherman 21
The 'ol 2-point conversion buries the Tide.

University 38
North Marion 12

Van 34
Paden City 6

Washington 20
Hedgesville 6
Washington starts a better season in 2010.

Wayne 26
Keyser 12
Two playoff teams do battle in the opener.

Westside 20
Liberty Raleigh 19
The curse of the "extra point".

Williamson 41
Hannan 26

Williamstown 41
Tyler Consolidated 0
Black Knights get swarmed by the Jackets.

Wintersville Indian Creek, Ohio 33
Weir 0
Oh where o where is Weir?

Wirt County 12
Parkersburg Catholic 7
Tigers get nice opening win over the Catholic school.

THURSDAY
Last Update 08-26-10

Capital 47
Riverside 7
Cougars uncaged in 2010 with new coach.

George Washington 55
Woodrow Wilson 12
GW tells Flying Eagles to stay off The Hill and off the new turf.

Got some views or comments about a weekly score? Send them via email to us at: editor@wvrsn.com We'll print reasonable game and team comments on our weekly WESBANCO QUICKVIEW SCOREBOARD.

Coast 2 Koast Media
WVRSN: West Virginia Regional Sports Network
1200 Bigley Avenue, Charleston, WV 25302
(304) 543-4178
Copyright ©2004-2010 WVRSN. All rights reserved.
 

pure garcinia cambogia

payday loans online

seo services