At a time when many teenagers are still growing into their bodies, Trevor Lowe is growing into quite the leader and perhaps one of the best high school quarterbacks in West Virginia.
Unbeaten Pendleton County, off to its best start since 2014, has forged a tie with Doddridge County at the top of the SSAC Class A football playoff ratings.
Peyton Frohnapfel and Mackenzie Meadows each scored twice as Winfield picked up a 6-1 girls prep soccer win over Sissonville Tuesday in Sissonville.
Jordan Hayes threw four touchdown passes, three to freshman Aiden Slack, as Logan earned a 35-0 prep football victory against visiting Scott Friday night.
For the first time in five years, Hurricane and Winfield competed in “The War on Route 34” in boys soccer, and the rivals had to settle for a 1-1 draw.
RED JACKET — Mingo Central sprinted past visiting Nitro Friday night in a high-scoring 56-34 homecoming game for the Miners at James H. “Buck” Harless Stadium.
If the Riverside football team wanted to score the upset over Spring Valley, the last thing it needed to do was start off slow. Yet that was the first thing that happened.
The way George Washington is playing this season, every home game is homecoming. And the Patriots saved a little something special for the actual event on Friday night.
Mark Rucker rushed for 223 yards and three touchdowns as Tyler Consolidated held off Buffalo for 28-14 prep football win Friday night in Sistersville.
HURRICANE — Hurricane and George Washington couldn’t decide the Mountain State Athletic Conference girls soccer champion in 80 minutes of regulation.
Even after picking up sectional, regional and Class AAA state championship trophies a year ago, returners on George Washington’s boys soccer team still had a final box to check this season.
It’s always a special night when Poca and Winfield tangle in any sport. On Friday, it’s just going to be a little bit more special.
Cabell Midland and Spring Valley aren’t exactly the same kind of team, but they’re both physical on the front line and like to run the ball.
Poca was hoping to earn an upset win and give Winfield its first loss of the season but the Dots settled for a 1-1 tie in boys prep soccer Thursday at Winfield.
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