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November 17, 2013

On to the second round

Nicholas County quarterback Tyler Sagraves, right, is tackled by Wyoming East’s Casey Saunders, left, and John Morgan, obscured, during their Class AA first-round playoff game last Friday in New Richmond. The No. 11 Grizzlies beat the homestanding No. 6 Warriors 35-14, and will travel to No. 3 Bluefield Friday for a quarterfinal game. Kickoff will be 7:30 p.m. Greenbrier West, which beat No. 10 Notre Dame 54-7 last Friday, also will hit the road for the next round of the Class A playoffs. The No. 7 Cavaliers will visit No. 2 St. Marys at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

State Playoffs

PARKERSBURG  (AP) — Second-round pairings for the West Virginia high school football playoffs. Friday games are at 7:30 p.m., Saturday games are at 1:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted:

CLASS AAA

Friday

No. 8 George Washington at No. 1 Huntington

No. 5 Wheeling Park at No. 4 Point Pleasant

Saturday

No. 7 Cabell Midland at No. 2 Martinsburg

No. 6 University at No. 3 Capital

SEMIFINALS

Nov. 29-30

Dates, times TBD

Wheeling Park-Point Pleasant winner vs. George Washington-Huntington winner University-Capital winner vs. Cabell Midland-Martinsburg winner

CLASS AA

Friday

No. 8 Sissonville at No. 1 Wayne

No. 11 Nicholas County at No. 3 Bluefield

No. 13 Robert C. Byrd at No. 12 Ritchie County Saturday

No. 7 Fairmont Senior at No. 2 Bridgeport

SEMIFINALS

Nov. 29-30

Dates, times TBD

Robert C. Byrd-Ritchie County winner vs. Sissonville-Wayne winner

Nicholas County-Bluefield winner vs. Fairmont Senior-Bridgeport winner

CLASS A

Saturday

No. 8 Wahama at No. 1 Madonna, 7:30 p.m.

No. 7 Greenbrier West at No. 2 St. Marys

No. 12 Bishop Donahue at No. 4 Williamstown No. 14 Magnolia at No. 6 Moorefield

SEMIFINALS

Nov. 29-30

Times, dates TBD

Bishop Donahue-Williamstown winner vs. Wahama-Madonna winner

Magnolia-Moorefield winner vs. Greenbrier West-St. Marys winner

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