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Week 8 Player of the Week

Week 8 Premier Bank Player of the Week: Wyatt Ford Doddridge County (21 rush, 175 yards, 2 TD) in 20-0 win at Philip Barbour.


Week 9 H.S. Football Game Previews

Week 9 H.S. Football Game Previews:

  • (2-5)Webster County at (2-6)Braxton County: Struggling teams meet in Flatwoods.  Braxton County has lost five in a row while Webster County is winless in their last four.  This is the final home game for the Eagles.  Last year: Webster County won 16-14
  • (5-2)Fairmont Senior at (5-2)Buckhannon-Upshur: The Polar Bears need at least one more victory to close in on a return to the postseason.  The defending Class "AA" state champions from Bridgeport await them in Week 10.  FSHS has allowed just 53 points in their five victories.  Polar Bear freshman Bryson Gilbert is averaging 10.6 yards per carry.  Buckhannon-Upshur has scored 210 points in their five victories and they have won five of their last six.  BUHS will close the regular season with games against Preston and Elkins as they seek their first playoff appearance since 2005.  Brandon Mallett leads the Bucs with a dozen touchdowns.  The Polar Bears are ranked 13th by the WVSSAC while the Buccaneers are tied for 14th.  Last year: Fairmont Senior won 49-7.
  • (7-0)Clay-Battelle at (4-4)Van: If the Cee-Bees can post a perfect season, they will need three road victories to do so.  CBHS will visit Van, Notre Dame and the defending Class "A" state champs from Weirton Madonna.  No team has held Clay-Battelle under 33 points all season.  They lead Class "A" in scoring average with 47.3 points per game.  Junior quarterback Jarret Hockenberry will not play after suffering a knee injury in the Week 8 victory vs. Cameron.  Van has won four in a row after an 0-4 start.  Despite their geographic differences, CBHS & VHS share a common opponent in Midland Trail (Cee-Bees won 56-8, Van won 42-21).  The Cee-Bees are ranked 2nd by the WVSSAC.  Last year: Clay-Battelle won 50-22.
  • (6-1)Doddridge County at (5-2)Valley Wetzel: Doddridge County can match their 2013 win total with a victory.  DCHS allowed just 53 total yards in a 20-0 win over Philip Barbour in Week 8.  This is Doddridge's final road game.  Wyatt Ford continues to lead the team with 1,186 rushing yards and 102 tackles.  Valley was held to a season-low 7 points in a 14-7 loss last week at Frontier, Ohio.  They have lost two of three after a 4-0 start.  The Bulldogs are tied for 5th in the WVSSAC rankings while the Lumberjacks are 15th.  Last year: Doddridge County won 48-22.
  • (6-2)Lewis County at (3-4)Elkins: LCHS allowed a season-high 16 points last week in a 16-7 loss at University.  The Minutemen are still second-best in Class "AAA" in scoring defense (8.1 points per game).  Lewis can match their 2013 win total with a victory.  Ryan Carson leads the Minutemen with nine touchdowns.  Elkins has won two in a row after a 1-4 start.  Morgan Kelly leads the Tigers in rushing with 1,262 yards and sixteen touchdowns.  Jarrette Zopp leads the team with 54 tackles.  The Minutemen are ranked 12th by the WVSSAC.  Last year: Lewis County won 49-0.
  • (3-4)Gilmer County at (5-2)Notre Dame: Gilmer is coming off a bye week and they likely need to win their final three games against Notre Dame, Parkersburg Catholic and Valley Fayette to advance to the playoffs.  The Titans are averaging 47.8 points per game in their last five games.  Notre Dame has won five in a row after an 0-2 start and they are averaging 37.6 points per game in that stretch.  The Irish will host unbeaten Clay-Battelle in Week 10 in a game that could be worth multiple postseason home games to the winner.  The Irish are tied for 5th in the WVSSAC rankings.  Last year: teams did not play.
  • (2-6)Lincoln at (3-4)Grafton: The Bearcats have lost four in a row after a 3-0 start.  Their final three opponents in Lincoln, North Marion and Ritchie County have a combined record of 5-18, so playoff hopes are not yet eliminated.  Nate Moses leads the Bearcats with thirteen touchdowns.  Lincoln's Jarrod Kellar leads the Big 10 with 1,129 passing yards.  Last year: Lincoln won 45-14.
  • (4-3)Sissonville at (5-3)Liberty: A pair of 3-loss playoff hopefuls meet in Liberty's final home game.  LHS is seeking their first playoff appearance since 2008 and wins over SHS and Doddridge County would secure it.  Logan Robey is coming off a 280-yard effort in a 21-7 win over Grafton.  He has rushed for 1,387 yards and sixteen touchdowns.  The Mountaineers have not lost back-to-back games all season.  The Indians have won three in a row after a 1-3 start.  The Mountaineers are tied for 15th in the WVSSAC rankings.  Last year: teams did not play.
  • (5-2)Robert C. Byrd at (0-7)North Marion: While the Flying Eagles are averaging 36.7 points per game, their defense has yielded just 87 (tied for second-best in Class "AA").  RCB's two losses are to #1 Bridgeport and #2 Frankfort.  They have won three in a row after a 2-2 start.  Juwan Jones-Wright has scored thirteen touchdowns for RCB.  The Huskies have scored just fourteen points in their last three games.  The Flying Eagles are ranked 11th by the WVSSAC.  Last year: Robert C. Byrd won 21-3.
  • (7-0)Saint Marys at (4-3)South Harrison: Saint Marys is one of just two unbeaten teams in Class "A".  No team in Class "A" has allowed fewer points (58) and only Point Pleasant (52) has yielded fewer.  South Harrison has doubled their win total from 2013.  Three of their four victories have come by way of shutout.  The Hawks have yielded the second-fewest points in Class "A" (73).  The Hawks will close the regular season with long road trips to Paden City and Wirt County.  The Blue Devils are ranked 1st by the WVSSAC.  Last year: Saint Marys won 42-0.
  • (3-4)Tucker County at (6-2)Pendleton County: The Mountain Lions late-season playoff push continues in Franklin.  While Tucker has great challenges in Pendleton County and Notre Dame, those games would be rich in bonus points.  The Wildcats have lost two in a row to out of state opponents (Northern Garrett, MD & Covington, VA) after a 6-0 start.  The Wildcats are tied for 8th in the WVSSAC rankings.  Last year: Tucker County won 21-18.
  • (0-8)Tygarts Valley at (0-6)Hannan:  One of the last five winless Class "A" teams will pick up their first victory.  Hannan has taken two forfeit losses in their last two games.  Last year: teams did not play.
  • (5-2)Tyler Consolidated at (2-5)Magnolia: The Silver Knights are closing in on a postseason berth.  Their only two losses are to #1 Saint Marys and to #11 Williamstown.  TCHS has won three in a row and five of their last six.  Four of Magnolia's five losses have come by a combined nine points.  The Silver Knights are tied for 8th in the WVSSAC rankings.  Last year: Magnolia won 40-7.
  • (5-2)Preston at (7-1)University: Preston's playoff push continues yet their schedule is daunting with games against University, Buckhannon-Upshur (5-2) and Bridgeport (7-1) to close the regular season.  The Knights have made major strides on defense from last season.  They are yielding just 17.3 points per game.  University is just .13 behind Point Pleasant for the #2 spot in the WVSSAC rankings.  Wins over Preston and Morgantown could propel them into homefield throughout the Class "AAA" playoffs.  The Hawks' have allowed just 64 points in their 5-game win streak.  The Hawks are 3rd in the WVSSAC rankings while the Knights are tied for 14th.  Last year: University won 28-6.
  • (4-3)John Marshall at (3-5)Morgantown: It appears that Morgantown will miss the playoffs for the first time in two decades.  Three of their last four losses (Martinsburg, Wheeling Park, Musselman) have come by a combined twelve points.  JMHS is 1-3 against in-state competition with their lone win coming against Oak Glen last week.  Last year: Morgantown won 21-7.

Open Date: Bridgeport(7-1), East Fairmont(2-6), Philip Barbour(1-7), Ritchie County(3-5).


Week 8 WVSSAC Ratings

Class "AAA":

rank  schoolrating    won   lost   tied   total
   2POINT PLEASANT13.6380040752
   4CABELL MIDLAND13.13710365139
   5SOUTH CHARLESTON13.00710417162
   7SPRING VALLEY12.13710314195
   8WHEELING PARK11.7161018196
   10PARKERSBURG SOUTH9.86520191155
   12LEWIS COUNTY9.7562024765
   17GEORGE WASHINGTON8.00430179196
   18WOODROW WILSON6.83330146138
   19GREENBRIER EAST6.25440211259
   20JOHN MARSHALL6.00430206101
   24SPRING MILLS4.86340181248
   30ST. ALBANS3.43250194264
   31SHADY SPRING3.14250161227
   33OAK HILL1.71160133249
   36LINCOLN COUNTY0.0008074313
 Class "AA":
rank  schoolrating    won   lost   tied   total
   5MINGO CENTRAL10.29610317145
   6NICHOLAS COUNTY10.0061023287
   11ROBERT C. BYRD8.7152025787
   13FAIRMONT SENIOR8.43520204104
   14LIBERTY (RALEIGH)8.14610264103
   15LIBERTY (HARRISON)6.75530196177
   15WYOMING EAST6.75530248175
   18HERBERT HOOVER6.00430254155
   19CLAY COUNTY5.8643068117
   22ROANE COUNTY4.71340152101
   24RITCHIE COUNTY4.25350165240
   25JAMES MONROE4.00340225152
   27BRAXTON COUNTY2.6326093242
   28EAST FAIRMONT2.50260117288
   29WEBSTER COUNTY2.43250135269
   30OAK GLEN2.3826091214
   30RIVER VIEW2.38260208327
   32BERKELEY SPRINGS2.25260151284
   35PHILIP BARBOUR1.1317094218
   36MOUNT VIEW0.0007052315
   36NORTH MARION0.0007067304
   36SUMMERS COUNTY0.00080127281
 Class "A":
rank  schoolrating    won   lost   tied   total
   1ST. MARYS9.1470030058
   3TUG VALLEY8.38710231152
   4MEADOW BRIDGE8.1371033892
   5DODDRIDGE COUNTY7.86610193119
   5NOTRE DAME7.86520223201
   7GREENBRIER WEST7.57520190132
   8PENDLETON COUNTY7.00620239145
   8TYLER CONSOLIDATED7.00520183179
   13EAST HARDY6.38620241141
   15VALLEY (WETZEL)5.8652022593
   17BISHOP DONAHUE5.57520257120
   18SOUTH HARRISON5.4343016173
   20VALLEY (FAYETTE)4.14430156131
   21POCAHONTAS COUNTY3.63440193113
   22TUCKER COUNTY3.57340145133
   24PADEN CITY3.00340166167
   25GILMER COUNTY2.71340269241
   27PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC2.43250133180
   31CALHOUN COUNTY1.88260132281
   34MIDLAND TRAIL0.0007060298
   34TYGARTS VALLEY0.00080117351
   34WIRT COUNTY0.0007073309


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