Fife, Tornado tear through Mingo, 61-14
Danny Fife ran for three touchdowns and Keyser turned three turnovers into points as the Golden Tornado put away Mingo Central 61-14 in the first round of the West Virginia Class AA playoffs Friday night at Alumni and Friends Stadium at Tornado Alley.
Home field not much of an advantage in Big 12
There’s proving to be no home-field advantage in the Big 12 this season.
Road teams are on track to have a winning record for the first time in the conference’s history, taking 16 of 27 games so far this year for a .593 winning percentage. That’s almost an exact reversal of the historical trend, with home teams winning at a .594 clip over the league’s first 16 years.
Keyser tries to lock up top seed at Mtn. Ridge
By early Saturday evening it will all be wrapped in a bow as the final regular-season weekend of the high school football season kicks off tonight and comes to a close tomorrow, with the state playoff fates of seven area teams still in the balance.
Unbeaten Falcons still top AP Pro32 power rankings
The Atlanta Falcons easily retained the top spot following a convincing win at Philadelphia, with the New York Giants edging the Houston Texans for second place in the latest rankings.
McGraw, BW blast JPG
Spartans put a difficult week behind them by beating John Paul the Great (Va.) 55-24 Saturday afternoon at Brother Stephen F. Paul Spartan Stadium.
St. John Fisher defeats FSU, 21-0
Frostburg State fell victim to untimely turnovers and St. John Fisher needed just 21 points for a 21-0 shutout victory Saturday afternoon at Bobcat Stadium.
Hartwell, Hampshire outlast Washington, 49-33
Denard Hartwell ran for 265 yards and three touchdowns in Hampshire’s 49-33 win at Washington Friday night.
Keyser rolls over Frankfort
Second-ranked Keyser dominated the first half, turned the Mineral Bowl into a runaway and walked away with county bragging rights for the eighth time in nine years with a 32-7 victory over fifth-ranked Frankfort Friday evening.
FH tunes up against MR, 41-6
Instead of looking past a winless Mountain Ridge team, Fort Hill took every opportunity it could to prepare for its annual Homecoming meeting with Allegany while defeating the Miners 41-6 Friday night at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Thomas leads Allegany to 42-8 win
After winning three straight games, Chestnut Ridge lost its second in a row Friday night. The Lions were pummeled, 42-8, by Allegany in front of a big home crowd in New Paris.
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