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COVID-19 Map Update Keeps Sports on Hold in Several West Virginia Counties

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West Virginia’s weekly COVID-19 map update brought another round of bad news Saturday for athletes, coaches, fans and parents in several West Virginia counties.

The map, used as a school re-entry guide for West Virginia counties, labels individual counties as green, yellow, orange or red. Schools in green and yellow counties are allowed to play games, schools in orange and red counties are not.

As a result of this week’s map from the West Virginia Department of Education, 28 high school football games, including some scheduled as makeup games on Monday, are off the schedule.

This week’s called off games:

Monday, Sept. 14

  • Winfield at Sissonville
  • Herbert Hoover at Nitro
  • Spring Valley at Riverside
  • South Charleston at St. Albans
  • Princeton at Oak Hill
  • Midland Trail at Meadow Bridge
  • Hurricane at Poca

Friday, Sept. 18

  • Cabell Midland at Hurricanre
  • Riverside at Capital
  • George Washington at Huntington
  • Oak Hill at Lincoln County
  • Wheeling Park at University
  • Morgantown at Hedgesville
  • Nitro at Chapmanville
  • Herbert Hoover at Clay County
  • Poca at Logan
  • Man at Mingo Central
  • PikeView at James Monroe
  • Winfield at Wayne
  • Meadow Bridge at East Hardy
  • Buffalo at Greenbrier West
  • Richwood at Midland Trail
  • Trinity at Hundred
  • Pendleton County at Sissonville
  • Tolsia at Tug Valley
  • St. Albans at Spring Valley
  • Martinsburg at South Charleston
  • Scott at Sherman
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Tom has spent the last decade as a sports journalist based in West Virginia, most recently as the WVU beat writer for the Charleston Gazette-Mail and with previous stops at the Charleston Daily Mail, the (Fairmont) Times West Virginian and the Daily Independent in Ashland, Kentucky. He was born and raised in Cross Lanes, West Virginia -- where he currently resides -- and is a 2010 graduate of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Marshall University.

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