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October 19, 2012

High school football scores, Friday Oct. 19, 2012

Here are the high school football scores from around the state of West Virginia for Friday, Oct. 19, 2012:

Beallsville, Ohio 48, Paden City 6

Bluefield 51, Oak Hill 50

Braxton County 33, Webster County 6

Brooke 62, Weir 12

Buffalo 34, Fayetteville 7

Cabell Midland 42, Princeton 7

Capital 35, George Washington 13

Clay County 33, Ravenswood 7

Doddridge County 35, Valley Wetzel 6

East Hardy 59, Berkeley Springs 13

Elkins 27, East Fairmont 11

Fairmont Senior 41, Grafton 20

Greenbrier West 46, Van 28

Hampshire 34, Hedgesville 20

Huntington 35, Greenbrier East 14

Independence 43, PikeView 20

Keyser 25, Bridgeport 0

Liberty Raleigh 27, James Monroe 20

Logan 28, Mingo Central 16

Magnolia 46, Barnesville, Ohio 6

Martinsburg 60, Jefferson 3

Meadow Bridge 34, Mount View 12

Midland Trail 53, Hannan 6

Montcalm 44, Tygarts Valley 8

Moorefield 56, Petersburg 0

Morgantown 33, John Marshall 6

Nicholas County 28, River View 14

North Marion 21, Lincoln 0

Philip Barbour 43, Notre Dame 12

Pocahontas County 7, Man 6

Point Pleasant 48, Shady Spring 7

Ripley 7, South Charleston 6

Ritchie County 19, Tyler Consolidated 6

Roane County 40, Herbert Hoover 14

Robert C. Byrd 55, Buckhannon-Upshur 22

Sissonville 72, Sherman 12

Spring Valley 55, Hurricane 27

St. Albans 49, Lincoln County 22

St. Marys 39, South Harrison 0

Tolsia 40, Chapmanville 32

Toronto, Ohio 62, Hundred 22

Tucker County 41, Pendleton County 0

University 59, Preston 0

Valley Fayette 24, Richwood 14

Washington 55, Frankfort 29

Wayne 56, Poca 22

Wheeling Central 26, Caldwell, Ohio 13

Williamstown 7, Parkersburg Catholic 0

Winfield 35, Nitro 14

Wirt County 55, Calhoun County 12

Woodrow Wilson 36, Riverside 13

 

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