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West Virginia High School Football Playoff Pairings Set; Schedule to Come Sunday

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Sissonville will be the No. 1 seed in this season's Class AA state playoffs (Tom Bragg/WVSN)

The West Virginia Secondary School Activities Committee has released official pairings for the state high school football postseason with opening-round schedules to be set on Sunday.

The state’s high school sports governing body had previously said it would wait for the state department of eductation’s weekly COVID metrics maps to be released before announcing playoff parings, however as of 8:30 p.m. Saturday the map had not yet been updated.

CLASS AAA

No. 16 John Marshall at No. 1 Cabell Midland

No. 15 Ripley at No. 2 South Charleston

No. 14 University at No. 3 Musselman

No. 13 George Washington at No. 4 Martinsburg

No. 12 Washington at No. 5 Bridgeport

No. 11 Hurricane at No. 6 Spring Valley

No. 10 Princeton at No. 7 Wheeling Park

No. 9 Spring Mills at No. 8 Parkersburg

CLASS AA

No. 16 Elkins at No. 1 Sissonville

No. 15 Clay County at No. 2 Bluefield

No. 14 Independence at No. 3 Frankfort

No. 13 Herbert Hoover at No. 4 Liberty Raleigh

No. 12 Point Pleasant at No. 5 Oak Glen

No. 11 Braxton County at No. 6 Fairmont Senior

No. 10 North Marion at No. 7 Keyser

No. 9 Poca at No. 8 Robert C. Byrd

CLASS A

No. 16 Tygarts Valley at No. 1 Tug Valley

No. 15 Madonna at No. 2 Greenbrier West

No. 14 East Hardy at No. 3 Doddridge County

No. 13 Wheeling Central Catholic at No. 4 St. Marys

No. 12 Buffalo at No. 5 Midland Trail

No. 11 Tolsia at No. 6 Williamstown

No. 10. Wirt County at No. 7 Ritchie County

No. 9 Moorefield at No. 8 Pendleton County

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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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