If you look closely at a Winfield practice in 2019, players for the Generals aren’t the only ones wearing protective head gear.
Optimism abounds within the Poca football program as the Dots look to return to the Class AA playoffs on the heels of 11 consecutive losing seasons.
Calling 2018 a disappointing season for Mingo Central would be a bit unfair — after all, the Miners did earn a share of the Cardinal Conference crown and made the Class AA playoffs, falling to Point Pleasant in the first round.
After a season in which his George Washington team uncharacteristically missed the Class AAA playoffs, coach Steve Edwards Jr. went into August practice with three goals in mind.
In the eyes of the rest of the coaches in the Mountain State Athletic Conference, the road to the conference title still goes through Spring Valley High School.
Donnie Mays is optimistic as he begins his seventh season at South Charleston, and it’s not just because he returns a Division I prospect on the defensive line, a trio of flashy receivers and last year’s starting quarterback.
Experience and talent line all the right places for this year’s St. Albans football team following a season marked by injuries and losses.
If there’s anything that can be taken from a 1-9 prep football season — outside of the solace that it concluded — it’s the lessons to be learned for the future.
After a couple seasons of throwing the ball a good bit, Tim Meyer wants to get back to his roots — and that’s running the football.
Ripley thoroughly enjoyed one of the finest football seasons in school history last year, but now it’s back to work for the rebuilding Vikings.
Even though 10 defensive starters return for Point Pleasant, coach David Darst isn’t entirely sold that his team will play lights out on that side of the ball.
Different coaches look for different things when their teams take the field for the first set of preseason scrimmages, which begin this weekend around West Virginia.
Herbert Hoover has a long road toward improvement following last year’s 1-9 season, but the Huskies do possess a perfect cornerstone to build around in senior tailback Ben Kee.
Nitro, which loses a lot of firepower from last season’s team, does have one very important piece to the offense returning in sophomore quarterback Trevor Lowe.
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