The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

September 22, 2013


Class AAA

1) Oak Hill (25) — An early week off did nothing to slow the Red Devils (3-0). They came out Friday and ran all over Nicholas County. Next up is a trip to Buckhannon-Upshur on Friday.

2) Woodrow Wilson (16) — The Flying Eagles (1-2) got a chance to regroup with an off week following a shutout loss to Huntington. They'll host Riverside on Friday at Van Meter Stadium.

3) Greenbrier East (15) — The Spartan offense remained hot as East (3-1) posted 55 points in a win over Parry McCluer (Va.). Bluefield will be in Fairlea Friday for a big game for both teams.

4) Princeton (14) — After a 2-0 start, the Tigers (2-2) went on the road and lost to Capital and Hurricane. They'll host Spring Valley on Friday with a chance to get back on track.

5) Shady Spring (5) — The Tigers (1-3) found their first win of 2013, knocking off Independence on the road in a rivalry game. Next up will be a trip to PikeView on Friday.

Class AA

1) Bluefield (25) — The Beavers got well after an off week, rolling up 61 points in a win over Gate City (Va.). Bluefield (2-1) has scored more than 60 in both wins and will be at Greenbrier East Friday.

2) Summers County (20) — The Bobcats (4-0) picked up a huge home win, shocking many by knocking off fellow undefeated Wyoming East. They'll host Greenbrier West on Friday.

3) Wyoming East (14) — An undefeated season came to an end for the Warriors (3-1) with a loss on the road at Summers County. This week, they'll welcome Mount View to town on Friday.

4) Nicholas County (11) — So far the Grizzlies (2-2) have a couple of good wins under their belts and lost to some good teams, including Oak Hill on Friday. They'll be at Clay County this week.

5) River View (4) — The Raiders (2-1) took one on the chin, losing 46-8 to Class A Man for the season's first setback. They'll be on the road at James Monroe on Friday.

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