2021 Football Frenzy Week 2 Recap
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) -
Week Two of football in the Mid-Ohio Valley kicked off, and West Virginia teams opened up their regular seasons on Friday night.
The Williamstown Yellow Jackets hosted Waterford in what ended up being a classic. Waterford’s Holden Dailey ran for a three yard touchdown in double overtime to get the win 18-12.
Parkersburg opened up on the road, they lost a tough one at Huntington 47-7.
The defending Class A champion St. Marys Blue Devils opened the 2021 season at home, but they were shut out by Roane County 6-0.
Ritchie County got a home win against Tyler to open the season 38-12.
And Doddridge County got the shutout win over South Harrison 20-0.
Over in Ohio, Frontier got the home win against Paden City 34-0.
Belpre went on the road against Meigs and got beat down 81-36.
Marietta went on the road to face River and fell 35-14.
The Warren Warriors faced off the Morgan Raiders and Morgan won 28-14.
On Saturday, the Fort Frye Cadets took on St. Henry in a heavyweight battle, and Fort Frye got the close victory 16-12. Maeson Long intercepted two passes for the Cadets.
And Wirt notched a victory in their season opener against Calhoun County 54-8.
And on Monday night, the Parkersburg South Patriots narrowly escaped with a home victory over Capital 29-28.
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