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5 hrs ago | Martinsburg Journal
This week, for the fourth straight year, the Bulldogs are enjoying their own type of code orange during this final week of the high school football season in West Virginia.
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The numbers are about as close as can be, and the task of stopping Madonna's dynamic duo of Ross Comis and Eliott Nero is enough to make an opposing defensive coordinator reach for the aspirin bottle.
Conference champions St. Marys and Ravenswood were the big winners when the league's coaches sat down to select the 2013 All-Little Kanawha Conference Football team.
When the high school football season began back in the heat of August, most people felt Madonna would again play for a West Virginia Class A championship.
The Blue Dons, runners-up at the 2012 West Virginia Class A state championship a year ago at Wheeling Island Stadium, will take on No.
In a 32-hour, 13-minute span starting last Friday at noon, yours truly saw eight quarters and three overtimes of college football in the Mountain State.
Closer to home, you can look at the 17-point lead squandered by West Virginia in the fourth quarter to lose its final regular-season game to Iowa State in three overtimes - the anti-Holgorsens will.
The top-ranked Pioneers passed for 251 yards, all by Grant Ferguson, Friday night in a 44-20 rout of No.
He wouldn't talk about it all year, but now it's inevitable with Martinsburg heading to the Class AAA state championship next weekend in Wheeling after handing Capital the 35-21 loss Saturday.
For the second straight season, a newcomer will play in the Class AAA Super Six finals at Wheeling Island Stadium.
When Capital visits Martinsburg at 1:30 p.m. today at Cobourn Field in the Class AAA semifinals, he's not expecting the host Bulldogs to bite the Cougars through their helmet earholes, however.
No. 1-seeded Madonna will be the first to agree to that after it beat No. 4 Williamstown, 48-28, on Friday night.
That's when Chapmanville Regional High School boys' basketball coach Allan Hatcher will bring in his Tigers to Logan's Willie Akers Arena to take on the homestanding Wildcats.
Capital coach Jon Carpenter said he's not going to overthink his team's overnight trip to Martinsburg for Saturday's Class AAA playoff semifinals.