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LIVE UPDATES: West Virginia High School Football Week 1

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Follow along with the WVSN crew as we keep you updated on all the Week 1 West Virginia high school football action:

Midnight –

All scores are final over at the WVSN scoreboard. Thanks for following along tonight, we’ll do this again next week.

11:13 p.m. –

Quick correction on Atticus Goodson’s stats. Officially 237 yards on nine carries with four touchdowns. That’s a 26.3 yard per carry average.

10:40 p.m. –

The final scores post is now live.

Independence’s Atticus Goodson was a one-man wrecking crew this evening. He rushed for over 300 yards while the Patriots defeated PikeView 71-0.

10:22 p.m. – 

Quarterback Jack Roy had four TDs in his debut for Spring Valley, three passing and another on the ground. SV defeated Parkersburg 42-7. Roy rushed for over 70 yards and passed for more than 120. Roy was one of WVSN’s players to watch this week.

10:15 p.m. –

Ripley defeated Buckhannon-Upshur 42-0. Sophomore Joey Ramsey scored four first-half touchdowns – two rushing, one receiving and a pick-six.

9:55 p.m. –

A few more games have gone final. At the end of the night, we will have a post of all the final scores from week 1 games.

  • Hurricane 21, Huntington 9
  • Keyser 61, Berkeley Springs 33
  • Ripley 42, Buckhannon-Upshur 0
  • Wayne 12, Scott 6
  • Shady Spring 29, Nicholas 27
  • Spring Valley 42, Parkersburg 7

9:45 p.m. – 

Jakob Caudill had an insane first half for Cabell Midland. 12 carries for 148 yards and three TD. Cabell up 42-21 over Parkersburg South.

9:30 p.m. – 

A bunch of games have now gone final. Unfortunately, not a lot were very competitive.

  • Ritchie County 26, Magnolia 0
  • Clay County 54, Pilip Barbour 0
  • Musselman 49, Jefferson 6
  • Independence 71, PikeView 0
  • North Marion 32, Preston 0
  • Doddridge County 40, Tyler Consolidated 0
  • East Hardy 33, Petersburg 0
  • John Marshall 48, Weirton 6
  • St. Clairsville (Ohio) 26 – Wheeling Park 21
  • Grafton 20, East Fairmont 0
  • Frankfort 46, Hampshire 0
  • Buffalo 21, Ravenswood 6

9:10 p.m. –

Ritchie County and Magnolia has just gone final, Ritchie County wins 26-0. Gus Morrison had a huge game – 14 carries for 167 yards and three touchdowns, two receptions for 74 more yards and another TD.

8:55 p.m. –

Games are getting into the fourth quarter now and we’re starting to see who’s likely to start the season with a win. Here are some end of third-quarter scores:

  • East Hardy 26, Petersburg 0
  • Moorefield 31, Pocahontas County 0
  • North Marion 19, Preston 0
  • Wheeling Park 21, St. Clairsville (Ohio) 14
  • Frankfort 39, Hampshire 0
  • Doddridge County 33, Tyler Consolidated 0
  • Clay County 41, Philip Barbour 0

 

8:20 p.m. – 

The early games are starting to hit halftime. Some scores of note:

  • Hurricane 7, Huntington 6
  • Shady Spring 22, Nicholas 19
  • Independence 57, PikeView 0
  • Moorefield 10, Pocahontas County 0
  • Frankfort 27, Hampshire 0
  • Doddridge County 27, Tyler Consolidated
  • Buffalo 7, Ravenswood 0
  • East Hardy 20, Petersburg 0
  • Grafton 13, East Fairmont 0
  • Wheeling Park 14, St. Clairsville (Ohio) 7
  • North Marion 6 – Preston 0
  • Ritchie County 12, Magnolia 0

7:50 p.m. –

Highlights from around the state are beginning to show up on social media. Huntington’s Amari Felder just put the Highlanders up by a touchdown against visiting Hurricane.

 

7:32 p.m – 

We’re starting to get to the end of the first quarter in the 7 p.m. games as the rest of the games around the state get started. Some end of the first quarter scores of note:

  • Robert C. Byrd 7, Elkins 0
  • Buffalo 7, Ravenswood 0
  • Wheeling Park 14, St. Clairsville (Ohio) 0
  • Grafton 6, East Fairmont 0
  • Shady Spring 7, Nicholas County 0
  • Indpendence 28, PikeView 0
  • North Marion 0, Preston 0
  • Hurricane 0, Huntington 0

7:07 p.m. – 

We have the first touchdown of the 2020 West Virginia high school football season from one of our players to watch, Independce’s Atticus Goodson.

Musselman’s Blake Hartman was not far behind in putting the Applemen up 7-0 against Eastern Panhandle rival Jefferson

 

6:20 p.m. –

Let’s get set for tonight’s slate of games. As we come across links for audio and video streaming options for different games we’ll update this post with that information. When the games get started we’ll also update this post with scores and highlights from around the state.

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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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