Wheeling — Bluefield's Class AA state championship defense came up short on Friday, as Fairmont Senior dethroned the Beavers 23-13 in a rematch of last season's title game at Wheeling Island Stadium. Read more

Fairlea — Class A No. 2 Midland Trail journeyed to Spartans Stadium Friday night looking to become the first football team in school history to play in a state championship game. Read more

princeton — Mount View entered the Class A playoffs as an upstart team that secured the third overall seed with an impressive regular season resumé. Making their first playoff appearance since 2006, the Golden Knights were looking for their first semifinal trip since 2003.  Read more

The night was cold, the wind was howling and a steady rain made footing nearly impossible Friday night at Van Meter Stadium when Woodrow Wilson hosted longtime rival Bluefield. Read more

fayetteville — A dominating second half allowed Class A No. 3 Midland Trail to retain the Battle for the Bridge trophy after the final regular season game Friday against its longtime rival, Class A No. 12 Fayetteville. Read more

Coming into Thursday's matchup, Raleigh County rivals Shady Spring and Independence were trending in different directions. Shady was looking to build on a playoff caliber campaign, while the Patriots were searching for their first win of the John H. Lilly era. Read more

fayetteville — Thursday night at Fletcher Arritt Stadium, Meadow Bridge came to town hoping to catch Class A No. 2 Fayetteville looking ahead to next week's showdown with Wheeling Central. Read more

Woodrow Wilson came into Week 3 in unfamiliar territory under head coach Street Sarrett. The Flying Eagles were 2-0 for the first time under the third-year head coach Street Sarrett, who has drawn praise from his colleagues for the turnaround. Read more

Bluefield — The Bluefield Beavers buckled up their pads for a second straight rivalry game on Friday night and outran and outscored an out-manned Princeton Tigers squad, 48-0 at Mitchell Stadium. Read more


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