1. Valley 36.5, 2. Midland Trail 16.3, 3. Sherman 14.0, 4. Fayetteville 11.4, 5. Montcalm 8.3
First Team: Zac Warden, Raeshawn Breckenridge, Arik McGinnis, Valley; Rickie Carter, Jake Grimmett, Midland Trail; Zach Semple, Fayetteville; Gregory Brewer, Sherman.
Second Team: Keyshawn Payne, Henry Barron, Druw Bowen, Cody Winter, Valley; Tyler Skaggs, Midland Trail; Tyler McVey, Fayetteville; Cody Muncy, Sherman.
Honorable Mention: Aaron Krise, Fayetteville; Collin Carte, Midland Trail; Matt Pennington, Jacob Howard, Montcalm.
1. Greenbrier West 31.7, Meadow Bridge 17.9, Richwood 17.7, Pocahontas County DNQ
First Team: Josh Martin, Colby Ennis, Brandon Gwinn, Greenbrier West; Logan Pomeroy, Kaleb Farr, Meadow Bridge; Zach Bennett, Ryan Bennett, Richwood.
Second Team: Alex Hendrix, Corey Cox, Greenbrier West; Cody White, Cole Porter, Meadow Bridge; Ben Weber, John Bard, Richwood.
Honorable Mention: Zach Johnson, Jared Jennings, Greenbrier west; Levi Mowery, Richwood.
1. Westside 38.3, Wyoming East 34.3, Liberty 27.5, Independence 10.3, River View 7.5
First Team: Corey Bowles, Justin Cogar, Levi Lambert, Westside; Austin Canada, Josh Tunstalle, Brett Bowling, Wyoming East; Levi Cook, Liberty; Shane Greco, Independence; Tyree Baker, River View.
Second Team: Justin Kenneda, Will Fox, Westside; Christian Hedinger, Cody Lester, Wyoming East; Trevor McGhee, Austin Lyons, Liberty; Tyler McKinney, Independence; Taylor Dehaven, Zach Morgan, Tony Clevinger, River View.
1. Bluefield 45.0, Webster County 32.9, Summers County 26.3, Nicholas County 22.0, James Monroe 18.3, PikeView 16.1
First Team: Lykel Collier, Anthony Eades, Michael Yost, David Edwards, Bluefield; Brett Morris, Hunter Given, Webster County; TaRon Ayers, T.J. Smith, Summers County; Jarod Tharp, Cody McClung, Nicholas County; Garrett Mann, James Monroe; Jason Weitzel PikeView.
Second Team: Jordan Ponder, Corey Coppolo, Dakota Smalls, Bluefield; Dalton Davis, Webster County; Josh Graham, Isaiah Brown, Summers County; Eric Peyatt, Austin Hill, Nicholas County; Micah Deskins, Jacob McKlarney, James Monroe; Zach Meadows, Seth Wood, PikeView.
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AAA South sweeps annual North-South tournament
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Capital’s Walton named winner of Hunt Award
The 2013 West Virginia high school football season produced a wealth of impressive defensive linemen, as defensive fronts overshadowed linebacking corps from the coalfields to the panhandles.
Girls basketball roundup
Shady Spring rallied from a three-point deficit after three quarters to outscore Princeton 15-9 in the final period and defeat the Lady Tigerettes 51-48 Monday.
Boatwright named all-state defensive captain
With all the attention Malik Boatwright gets as an offensive force for Greenbrier West, it can be easy to forget how good he is on defense.
Cavalier effort not enough
Greenbrier West’s defense has stopped nearly everything it’s seen all season.
6 champs for Shady in BNI win
This time, there was no narrow loss for Shady Spring.
ROUNDUP: Lady Spartans now 2-0; BNI wrestling results
Sydney Nunley had 14 points, 14 rebounds and four blocks as Greenbrier East defeated visiting St. Albans.
Wrestling a benefit to football players
When you read this article, the 2013 West Virginia High School football playoffs will be in the record books.
Cavs in Wheeling looking for Class A title
Greenbrier West isn’t new to the state championship game. The Cavaliers played Spencer for the Class AA football crown in 1991.
BNI kicks off wrestling season today for 7 teams
Independence got started Wednesday, but most area teams will open the wrestling season today.
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