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West Virginia High School Football Week 4 Final Scores

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We’ll be updating this post with final scores as they become available.

CLASS AAA

  • Hampshire 21, Brooke 7
  • John Marshall 39, Parkersburg South 0
  • Musselman 42, Fairmont Senior (AA) 21
  • Wheeling Park 56, Linsly 20
  • Bridgeport 58, Robert C. Byrd (AA) 21
  • Washington 49, Hedgesville 0
  • Parkersburg 25, Huntington 14
  • Greenbrier East 55, Buckhannon-Upshur 10

 

CLASS AA

  • Westside 57, Wyoming East 32 (Tuesday)
  • East Fairmont 31, Cameron (A) 14 (Thursday)
  • Bluefield 54, Princeton (AAA) 40
  • Keyser 70, Nicholas County 19
  • North Marion 41, Lincoln 20
  • Braxton County 42, Roane County 0
  • Frankfort 21, Spring Mills (AAA) 20 — OT
  • Liberty Raleigh 33, Clay County 0
  • Lewis County 1, Preston (AAA) 0 — forfeit
  • Elkins 36, Philip Barbour 0
  • Shady Spring 13, PikeView 12
  • Marietta (Ohio) 36, Weir 34
  • Liberty Harrison 48, Grafton 21

 

CLASS A

  • Wheeling Central 19, Man 0
  • Doddridge County 9, Ritchie County 8
  • Wirt County 40, Tyler Consolidated 18
  • Greenbrier West 73, Webster County 6
  • Summers County 27, Ravenswood 7
  • Tygarts Valley 44, Gilmer County 21
  • Petersburg 50, Independence (AA) 24
  • St. Marys 60, Calhoun County 8
  • Greenbrier West 73, Webster County 6
  • River View 8, Mount View 0
  • Wahama 50, Hannan 14
  • South Harrison 47, Hundred 8
  • Pocahontas County 35, Richwood 26
  • James Monroe 53, Montcalm 0
  • Magnolia 40, Frontier (Ohio) 8

 

 

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Tom Bragg covers WVU, Marshall, high schools and other sports for West Virginia Sports Now. Tom spent more than a decade as a sports journalist based in West Virginia covering high school, college, youth and professional sports for newspapers in Huntington, Fairmont and Charleston before joining WVSN in 2020. Tom is a graduate of Marshall University's W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

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