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Student Athlete of the Week: Kenna DeLancey

(Comments from Kenna DeLancey, Kim DeLancey and Matt Carpenter).

Kenna DeLancey is a different type of student athelete. Not only does the senior play both volleyball and softball at Ritchie County high school, but she excels at both. DeLancey was named All-State for volleyball last season, and All-State for softball each of her first three years of high school; she was also named State Softball Player of the Year in 2014.

Fresh off of knotching her 1500th kill for the AA Rebels this past weekend, it is easy to see where DeLancey gets her athleticism. Her mother is the assistant coach of the Rebels volleyball team. Her older sister, Allison DeLancey was also a standout at Ritchie County, going All-State for volleyball all four years of high school, and was also awarded State Softball Player of the Year. Along with being a standout athlete, it is no secret that Kenna has a good head on her shoulders as well.

As DeLancey wraps up her final year at Ritchie County, she is also planning to put down both the softball and volleyball, as well. She will head to WVU in the fall of 2016 to study pediatric nursing. Until then, DeLancey will pursue state tournament appearances for both of her teams.


Week 7 H.S. Football Game Previews

Week 7 H.S. Football Game Previews:
(all games kickoff at 7:30 unless otherwise noted... thank you)

  • (1-4)Ravenswood at (3-3)Braxton County: RHS collected their first win of the season last week against Ritchie County.  The Eagles are one win away from surpassing their 2014 win total.  Last year: Ravenswood won 50-6.
  • (5-1)Keyser at (5-0-1)Bridgeport: BHS has risen to #2 in the WVSSAC rankings and they are one of just five unbeaten teams in Class "AA".  Keyser is ranked 7th.  The Indians lead Class "AA" in scoring with 287 points and they are second in points allowed (63).  Dylan Tonkery leads the Indian ground attack with 843 yards and thirteen touchdowns.  Mackenzie Holmes is BHS' leading tackler with 30.  KHS was undefeated until a surprising 17-14 loss to winless Hampshire in Week 6.  Keyser is the last Class "AA" team to defeat BHS (in the 2012 state semifinals) Last year: Bridgeport won 31-6.
  • (1-4)Hampshire at (1-4)Buckhannon-Upshur: HHS pulled a stunning upset of previously unbeaten Keyser in Week 6, 17-14.  The Bucs have allowed at least 21 points in each of their games.  Last year: Buckhannon-Upshur won 30-7.
  • (6-0)Bishop Donahue at (1-4)Clay-Battelle: The Bishops are ranked 7th by the WVSSAC (last of the seven unbeaten teams).  Clay-Battelle has lost four in a row after winning their season opener against Valley Fayette.  CBHS swept both meetings from BDHS, including a 10-point win in the state quarterfinals. Last year: Clay-Battelle won 33-28 & 30-20 (quarterfinals).
  • (2-3)Doddridge County at (3-2)Gilmer County: Clayton Lagasse leads the Bulldogs in rushing yards (534), rushing touchdowns (7) and tackles (74).  Hunter Riffle is DCHS' leading receiver (18 for 244 yards).  Doddridge has won two in a row (Ritchie County, Wirt County) while the Titans are on a 3-game streak (Wirt County, Sherman, Tygarts Valley).  Last year: Doddridge County won 29-28.
  • (3-2)Robert C. Byrd at (1-5)East Fairmont: The Bees have lost five in a row after defeating Liberty in their opener.  RCB has won three of four and they are coming off a bye week.  The Flying Eagles are ranked 16th by the WVSSAC.  Last year: Robert C. Byrd won 51-0.
  • (2-3)Elkins at (0-6)Philip Barbour: The Tigers have lost three in a row after a 2-0 start.  Last year: Elkins won 34-12.
  • (5-0)Fairmont Senior at (0-6)University: The Polar Bears are coming off a bye week and they are averaging 38.4 points per game.  Injuries and inexperience have hampered the Hawks as they are allowing 37.5 points per contest.  Fairmont Senior remains first in the WVSSAC rankings. Last year: teams did not play.
  • (2-4)Lewis County at (3-2)North Marion: The Huskies are ranked 14th by the WVSSAC.  Both teams have rebounded after slow starts.  Lewis County has won two in a row (vs. Lincoln County & Buckhannon-Upshur) while the Huskies have taken their last three (vs. Buckhannon-Upshur, Preston & East Fairmont). Last year: Lewis County won 70-0.
  • (3-2)Notre Dame at (2-4)Liberty: Both teams rallied in Week 6 victories.  The Mountaineers erased a fourth-quarter deficit to win at Braxton County 24-21 while the Irish rallied past Grafton 41-40.  NDHS senior quarterback Jordan Miller accounted for six touchdowns and 470 yards in the win.  The Irish are ranked 15th by the WVSSAC.  Last year: Notre Dame won 34-14.
  • (4-1)Lincoln at (0-6)Ritchie County: Lincoln has allowed a Class "AA"-low 47 points.  They are coming off a bye week that follows a 12-7 loss at South Harrison. The Cougars are ranked 11th by the WVSSAC. Last year: Lincoln won 36-12.
  • (3-1-1)Wheeling Park at (5-1)Morgantown/7:00: Morgantown returns home from their 2-game road swing through the Eastern Panhandle (17-16 loss at Martinsburg, 29-19 win at Musselman).  The last three meetings between MHS & WPHS have been decided by a total of seven points.  MHS has already surpassed their 2014 win total.  The Mohigans are ranked 4th by the WVSSAC while the Patriots are 9th.  Last year: Wheeling Park won 24-23.
  • (5-0)South Harrison at (1-4)Webster County: The Hawks can match their 2014 win total with a victory in Week 7.  This is the first game of a 3-game road swing for SHHS (Tyler Consolidated, Saint Marys).  South still owns the state's best defense (38 points allowed in 5 games).  South Harrison remains 2nd in the WVSSAC rankings.  Last year: South Harrison 28-0.
  • (3-3)Tucker County at (4-1)East Hardy: The Mountain Lions have won back-to-back games over Philip Barbour and Southern Garrett(MD) to get back to the .500 mark.  EHHS is coming off their first loss, 18-13 at Pendleton County on Monday.  This is the final road game for the Mountain Lions.  Last year: East Hardy won 28-14.
  • (1-5)Richwood at (0-5)Tygarts Valley: This is the first game of a 3-game homestand for the Bulldogs.  Last year: Richwood won 15-6.
  • (4-1)Valley Wetzel at (5-1)Bellaire Saint John's-OH/Saturday, 12:00: Valley can match their 2014 win total with a victory at BSJHS.  VWHS has allowed thirteen points or less in each of their four victories.  The Lumberjacks are ranked 13th by the WVSSAC.  Last year: Valley Wetzel won 27-6.

Open Dates: (2-4)Grafton, (3-3)Preston, (3-3)Tyler Consolidated


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