Football Frenzy- Week 2 recap
Highlights of high school football around the Mid Ohio Valley
(WTAP) - Parkersburg South had been preparing to host University High School, but on Friday, Governor Jim Justice shut down Monongalia County high school athletics due to rising COVID-19 numbers.
The Patriots scrambled and brought in a Cabell-Midland team that was in need of a game because its’ opener at Riverside was called by the pandemic numbers in Kanawha County
Cabell Midland was the runner-up in the Class AAA championship game last year. And the Scarlet Knights would play like a champion, overpowering the Patriots 69-34
Parkersburg falls on the road at Spring Valley 42-7
Chris Beck’s debut as head coach at Williamstown High School was a winning one.
The Yellowjackets win a hard fought 34-28 shootout with the Marietta Tigers.
The St. Marys Blue Devils also win on opening night.topping Alexander 42-6
In an all Washington County Clash, Fort Frye pulls out a hard fought 27-20 win on the road at Warren.
The Waterford Wildcats wins big on the road at South Gallia 61-0
Frontier runs it’s record to 2-0 with a 66-8 win over Beallsville.
For all of the high school scores, click on the scoreboard tab on the sports page
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