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WV School Reentry Map Wipes Out 21 Week 4 High School Football Games

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Four West Virginia counties are listed as red on the weekly state department of education reentry map released Saturday, along with two in orange and three in gold. For high school football in the Mountain State, that means 21 games are off the books for Week 4. Schools in the gold counties — Ohio, Logan and Wyoming — are allowed to schedule games for this week against teams from their own county or other gold counties.

That means Chapmanville, Logan, Westside and Wheeling Park — all with games wiped out this week — are free to look for an opponent within those rules.

Kanawha, Putnam, Fayette and Mingo County are the red counties on this week’s map, with Monongalia and Boone in orange — meaning those schools are not allowed play games this week.

WEEK 4 GAMES CALLED OFF:

  • Capital at Huntington
  • Hurricane at St. Albans
  • Spring Valley at South Charleston
  • Wayne at Nitro
  • Sissonville at Herbert Hoover
  • Steubenville (Ohio) at Wheeling Park
  • Ripley at Oak Hill
  • Musselman at George Washington
  • University at Fairmont Senior
  • Mingo Central at Poca
  • Buffalo at Williamstown
  • Logan at Winfield
  • Sherman at Ravenswood
  • Meadow Bridge at South Harrison
  • Chapmanville at Scott
  • Mount View at Tug Valley
  • Woodrow Wilson at Morgantown
  • Summers County at Midland Trial
  • Jefferson at Riverside (Saturday)
  • Independence at Westside (Saturday)
  • Van at River View (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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