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Playoffs beckon as Sissonville, Hoover hit the road

The calendar hasn’t even flipped to November yet, but it will feel like playoff time tonight for a pair of Kanawha County Class AA teams.

With each toting a 4-3 record, Sissonville and Herbert Hoover head up Interstate 79 today for...

Playoffs beckon as Sissonville, Hoover hit the road

The calendar hasn’t even flipped to November yet, but it will feel like playoff time tonight for a pair of Kanawha County Class AA teams.

With each toting a 4-3 record, Sissonville and Herbert Hoover head up Interstate 79 today for...

Friday’s prep football previews: GW seeks rebound

After suffering back-to-back losses the last two weeks, George Washington has dropped from 10th to 17th in the Class AAA playoff ratings.

The Patriots (4-3) attempt to right the ship tonight when Parkersburg (3-4) comes calling at Steve Edwards...

Prep football standings, statistics

Standings

Mountain State Athletic Conference

Pos—School Conf All Rating

1. Capital 6-0 6-0 16.00

2. Cabell Midland 7-1 7-1 13.13

3. South Charleston 7-1 7-1 13.00

4. Spring Valley 7-1 7-1 12....

Prep football notes: Burgess fitting in at Buffalo
Prep football notes: Burgess fitting in at Buffalo

Buffalo coach Mike Sawyer knew he had a good quarterback coming into the season in Ethan Burgess.

Just how good? Well, Sawyer really didn’t know because Burgess was only a freshman and untested in varsity play.

It’s turned...

Ratings: Bridgeport No. 1 in AA, Capital still first in AAA

Bridgeport No. 1 in AA, Capital still first in AAA

Bridgeport has taken over as the No. 1 team in the SSAC’s Class AA football playoff ratings, bumping previous front-runner Frankfort to a tie for second with Wayne.

The rest of the...

DAILY MAIL POLL: 10/19/14
DAILY MAIL POLL: 10/19/14

Friday’s late games: Scott rallies by Tolsia

Bo Jeffrey threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Kirk Price with 1:41 left to play Friday night and Donovan Moore tacked on the extra point, allowing state-ranked Scott to escape with a 20-19 prep football victory at Tolsia.

The Rebels (1-6) burst...

Point Pleasant hands Ravenswood first loss
Point Pleasant hands Ravenswood first loss

RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. — Point Pleasant quarterback Aden Yates wasn’t about to let Friday’s matchup between Point Pleasant and Ravenswood turn into a simple expose of the team’s prospective Kennedy Award candidates.

The...

Statewide scores, area summaries

Friday’s state scores

Allderdice, Pa. 54, Linsly 44

Bellaire St. John, Ohio def. Hannan, forfeit

Bishop Donahue 34, Paden City 13

Bluefield 40, Greenbrier West 0

Bridgeport 35, North Marion 7

Buckhannon-...

Wayne knocks off Herbert Hoover

By Shawn Ross

WAYNE, W.Va. — It’s safe to say Herbert Hoover stands at a crossroads in its 2014 season.

After posting a 4-1 record to start the season, the 15th-ranked Huskies (4-3) dropped their second straight game in a 28-...

Sissonville slips by Clay in OT

CLAY, W.Va. — When Sissonville’s football team last traveled to Clay County, it was dealt an upset loss that helped keep the Indians out of the 2012 playoffs.

On Friday night, it was the Indians who dealt the disappointment....

Wayne’s Ferguson back, ready to lead Pioneers into postseason
Wayne’s Ferguson back, ready to lead Pioneers into postseason

A month ago, Wayne’s Grant Ferguson suffered a head injury, forcing the All-State quarterback to miss two games with a concussion.

Ferguson, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound quarterback/defensive back, returned to the Pioneer lineup last weekend...