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Thursday, October 27, 2005

Prep football standings, schedule, state leaders

Prep football standings, schedule, state leaders


Conference standings

Mountain State Athletic

Pos—School Conf All Rtg


1. Woodrow Wilson 8-0 8-0 15.38

2. Nitro 6-1 7-1 13.00

3. South Charleston 6-2 6-2 10.75

4. Parkersburg 6-2 6-3 9.78

5. Hurricane 4-3 5-3 9.75

6. Capital 5-3 5-3 9.25

7. St. Albans 5-3 5-3 8.88

8. Princeton 3-3 5-3 8.38

9. Cabell Midland 5-4 5-4 7.89

10. Riverside 4-4 4-4 7.00

11. Ripley 3-5 4-5 6.11

12. Huntington 1-6 2-6 2.88

13. George Washington 1-7 1-7 1.88

14. Greenbrier East 1-7 1-7 1.50

15. Spring Valley 0-8 0-8 0.00

NOTE: Champion determined by SSAC rating points system.

Cardinal

Pos—School Conf All

1. Wayne 5-0 8-0

2. Winfield 4-1 5-3

3. Herbert Hoover 3-1 7-1

4. Logan 3-2 5-4

5. Point Pleasant 2-2 3-6

6. Poca 2-4 3-6

7. Sissonville 0-6 0-8

NOTE: Some nonleague games have been designated conference games.

Other schools

Buffalo (A) 8-0

Scott (AA) 8-1

Hamlin (A) 7-1

Tolsia (AA) 5-3

Ravenswood (AA) 5-4

Wahama (A) 3-5

Chapmanville (AA) 3-5

Sherman (AA) 2-6

Clay County (AA) 2-6

Valley (A) 0-7

Tuesday’s game

Valley Fayette 28, Greater Beckley Christian 14

Greater Beckley 0 14 0 0 —14

Valley 6 8 8 6 —28

V — Stewart 73 run (run failed)

V — Barron 15 run (Sizemore from Thompson)

GBC — Williams 1 run (pass failed)

GBC — Rogers 3 run (Williams run)

V — Barron 9 run (Tompson run)

V — Stewart 40 run (pass failed)

This week’s schedule

Today’s game

Bishop Donahue at Madonna

Friday’s games

Beall, Md. at Berkeley Springs

Buffalo at Matewan


Burch at Tug Valley

Calhoun at Braxton County

Cameron at Bridgeport, Ohio

Chapmanville at Wayne

Duval at Williamson

Fairmont Senior at Bridgeport

Fayetteville at Greenbrier West

Frankfort at Keyser

George Washington at Capital

Gilbert at Man

Grafton at Lincoln

Greenbrier East at Hurricane

Hamlin at Gilmer County

Hannan at Big Creek

Harts at Franklin Furnace Green, Ohio

Hedgesville at Hampshire

Herbert Hoover at Point Pleasant

Huntington at South Charleston

James Monroe at Bluefield

John Marshall at Wheeling Park

Lewis County at Robert C. Byrd

Martinsburg at Musselman

Meadow Bridge at Mount Hope

Morgantown at University

Mount View at Oak Hill

Nicholas County at Summers County

North Marion at Elkins

Notre Dame at Clay-Battelle

Oak Glen at Magnolia

Parkersburg Catholic at Wahama

Parkersburg South at Preston

Pendleton County at Moorefield

Petersburg at Tucker County

Philip Barbour at Liberty Harrison

Pocahontas County at PikeView

Princeton at Spring Valley

Randolph-Macon, Va. at East Hardy

Ravenswood at Ripley

Ritchie County at Williamstown

Riverside at Cabell Midland

Shady Spring at Liberty Raleigh

Sherman at Scott

South Harrison at Richwood

St. Albans at Parkersburg

St. Marys at Doddridge County

Tolsia at Winfield

Tygarts Valley at Hundred

Tyler Consolidated at Woodsfield Monroe Cen., Ohio

Valley Fayette at Midland Trail

Valley Wetzel at Paden City

Webster County at Clay County

Weir at Rayland Buckeye Local, Ohio

Westside at Sissonville

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Williamson at Van

Willow Wood Symmes Valley, Ohio at Guyan Valley

Woodrow Wilson at Nitro

Wyoming East at Independence

Zeeland, N.D. at Brooke

Saturday’s games

Linsly at Wheeling Central

Montcalm at Greater Beckley Christian

W.Va. high school football leaders

WHEELING — West Virginia high school football statistical leaders compiled by Doug Huff, secretary-treasurer of the West Virginia Sports Writers Association:

POINTS

1. Josh Culbertson, Nitro 180

2. D.J. Taylor, Herbert Hoover 156

3. Paul Goodrich, Calhoun 150

4. Garry Roland, Wayne 142

5. Trent Walker, Greenbrier West 118

6. B.J. Evans, Tolsia 115

7. Maxwell Anderson, Morgantown 114

8. Andrew Carrier, Buck.-Upshur 108

9. Alex Foltz, East Hardy 106

10. Josh Twyman, Martinsburg 102

11. Tyler Lowers, Williamstown 100

12. Marcus Manns, Woodrow Wilson 98

13. Adam Havens, Montcalm 97

14. Travis Dill, Buffalo 96

15. William Gardner, Princeton 92

16. Josh Sims, Magnolia 90

(tie) Tommy Newman, Liberty Raleigh 90

Touchdowns: Culbertson, 30; Taylor, 26; Goodrich, 24; Roland, 23; Anderson, 19; Carrier, Walker, 18; Twyman, 17.

TD PASSES

1. J.J. Mayer, Robert C. Byrd 20

2. Adam Leonard, East Fairmont 18

(tie) Adrian Thomas, Mount View 18

4. Justin Taylor, Logan 16

5. Justin Lowe, Tyler Consolidated 15

TD RECEPTIONS

1. Josh Dilger, Doddridge 10

(tie) Jordan Griffin, Robert C. Byrd 10

3. Jacob Janicki, East Fairmont 9

4. Derek Sevier, East Fairmont 8

(tie) Chris Fulmer, Nitro 8

(tie). C. B. Green, Logan 8

(tie) Jake Holt, Matewan 8

FIELD GOALS

1. Derek Moore, Hurricane 5

2. Matt Deel, John Marshall 4

(tie) Brad Bledsoe, Cabell Midland 4

(tie) Alex Campbell, Ripley 4

Distance: Campbell, 43 yards; Moore, 42; Mark Wilfong, Buckhannon-Upshur, 40.

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