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West Virginia High School Football Week 1 Final Scores

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West Virginia high school football final scores from Week 1’s Friday night. WVSN will be updating this post as more scores become available

CLASS AAA

  • Spring Mills 55, Washington 42
  • Cabell Midland 69, Parkersburg South 34
  • Musselman 49, Jefferson 6
  • John Marshall 48, Weir (AA) 6
  • St. Clairsville (Ohio) 26, Wheeling Park 21
  • Spring Valley 42, Parkersburg 7
  • Hurricane 21, Huntington 9
  • Ripley 42, Buckhannon-Upshur 0
  • Brooke 40, Hedgesville 7
  • Spring Valley 42, Parkersburg 7
  • Greenbrier East 39, Woodrow Wilson 12
  • Lincoln County 33, Roane County (AA) 14

CLASS AA

  • Robert C. Byrd 35, Elkins 12
  • Oak Glen 36, Point Pleasant 13
  • Westside 38, Mount View (A) 6
  • Clay County 54, Philip Barbour 0
  • Liberty (Raleigh) 52, Van (A) 8
  • Independence 71, PikeView 0
  • North Marion 32, Preston (AAA) 0
  • Grafton 20, East Fairmont 0
  • Frankfort 46, Hampshire (AAA) 0
  • Keyser 61, Berkeley Springs 33
  • Wayne 12, Scott 6
  • Shady Spring 29, Nicholas County 27
  • Bluefield 15, Princeton (AAA) 13
  • Liberty (Harrison) 38, South Harrison (A) 0
  • Poca 34, Wheeling Central (A) 6 (Saturday)

CLASS A

  • Tug Valley 22, Sherman 0
  • Pendleton County 28, Wyoming East (AA) 0
  • Williamstown 34, Marietta (Ohio) 28
  • Gilmer County 53, Webster County 6
  • Moorefield 38, Pocahontas County 6
  • Tolsia 32, Richwood 0
  • Cameron 60, Hundred 6
  • East Hardy 33, Petersburg 0
  • Madonna 50, Wahama 20
  • Ritchie County 26, Magnolia 0
  • Doddridge County 40, Tyler Consolidated 0
  • East Hardy 33, Petersburg 0
  • Buffalo 21, Ravenswood 6
  • Tygarts Valley 34, Tucker County 6
  • St. Marys 42, Alexander (Ohio) 6
  • Greenbrier West 34, Summers County 6
  • Federal Hocking (Ohio), 50, Paden City 22
  • River View 22, Montcalm 0 (Saturday)
  • Valley (Wetzel) 33, Calhoun County 26 (Saturday)
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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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