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Sissonville , Kanawha County , West Virginia A fixture on the high school football scene has died.
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The West Virginia Super Six high school football championship weekend in Wheeling is not all about football and marching bands.
Charleston Catholic's Peyton Mullen tries to pry the ball away from Wirt County's Cori Hughes.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- State championship football weekend always brings back memories of past state title games, athletes and coaches.
Mamie Buoy Web Producer: Mamie Buoy Reported: Dec. 7, 2013 12:58 PM EST Updated: Dec. 7, 2013 1:26 PM EST Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia Here is a current list of road closures throughout the area from the West Virginia Department of Transportation.
The unbeaten and top ranked Madonna Blue Don football team has been on a mission since this time last year.
The first four times in Martinsburg football history that the Bulldogs played in the Class AAA state championship game, they came home with a runner-up trophy.
Bridgeport coach John Nicewarner hugs quarterback Anthony Caldera after the Indians' 14-13 upset of Wayne in the Class AA champioinship.
Martinsburg principal Trent Sherman gave away a little secret about Bulldogs football coach David Walker during Thursday's kickoff dinner for the annual Super Six.
To Jon Carpenter, the biggest change in running back Kashuan Haley from 2012 to 2013 brings to mind a move made by one of sports' biggest stars.
Knott Central junior Camron Justice, who has committed to play at Tennessee, scored 27 points in a 93-25 rout of visiting Jenkins.
The first time the Pioneers made it to the Super Six in Wheeling , they were the underdog in the Class AA finals against top-ranked and unbeaten Bridgeport, which was in the midst of a 27-game winning streak.
In football, Colin Gustines of Washington was named offensive player of the year, Tyler Miller of Martinsburg, defensive player of the year and Mark Hash of Washington, the coach of the year.
All four of Martinsburg's playoff opponents during a run toward an unprecendented fourth straight Class AAA championship have come from the MSAC.
For all the offense that Greenbrier West has generated this season, there is little doubt the team's calling card has been a stingy defense.