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It's not all that uncommon for a player whose team ended up on the wrong side of the scoreboard to get lost in the shuffle.
If Parkersburg High's football team wants to take a moment and celebrate accomplishing the school's 800th victory, it has the time to do so.
The Indians, after a 10-2 season last year and first-round Class AA playoff victory, seem to be a program on the up-and-up.
Man High School's Mikle Scott Rowe scored the winning touchdown on this 9-yard run in overtime on Friday night to lift the Hillbillies to a 32-26 OT win over arch-rival Logan at Logan Stadium in the season opener for both schools.
The freshman nailed a 22-yard field goal as time expired Saturday giving the Golden Bears a thrilling 17-14 victory over Edison in game one of The Clash at the Carey.
Weir High utilized speed and a seasoned quarterback to hold off a young but stubborn Steubenville Catholic Central team, 33-20, in the nightcap of the Clash At the Carey on Saturday.
Celebrating its 100th season of playing high school football, Ravenswood took advantage of senior Rhys Jelich's 188-yard rushing performance and a 44-yard punt return for a touchdown by sophomore Hayden Mandrake to top visiting Wahama, 27-6, Friday night at Flinn Field.
The Brooke High School Marching Band was joined by the Follansbee Middle School Blue Wave and Wellsburg Orange Knight marching bands in performing "Hang On Sloopy" as part of a welcome to Brooke's new football coach, Mac McLean.
Three Miners rushed for over 100 yards-led by Stevie Hammond's 160 yards on 12 carries to lead No.
The Tug Valley Panthers got their season started off on the right foot as they downed Sherman 20-14 for a good road win at Seth, W.Va.
Running the ball was a staple of the Washington Patriots' offense in Friday night's Eastern Panhandle Athletic Conference matchup against the Hedgesville Eagles at Mumaw Stadium.
The Point Pleasant football team started the 2014 campaign in style after picking up the program's 15th consecutive regular season victory Friday night during a convincing 54-0 triumph over host Lincoln County in the season opener for both Class AAA programs in Lincoln County.
Hannan runningback Zac Camp gets help from a block by teammate Charles Mayes during a first quarter run against Pike Eastern Friday night in the 2014 season opening football contest held at HHS in Ashton, W.Va.
Morgan Kelly amassed 253 yards rushing and four touchdowns Friday to power Elkins past North Marion, 50-20, in Big 10 Conference action.
Parkersburg South quarterback Garrett Gilkeson hooked up with wideout Cody Boggs for a trio of touchdowns here Friday night at the Erickson All-Sports Facility and the host Patriots handed Ripley a 35-27 setback in the season opener for both teams.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:29 am
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