The West Virginia Class AAA quarterfinals saw three of four games fall victim to the coronavirus pandemic. The only game that was played was the one between No. 5 South Charleston and Princeton, which was won 57-18 by South Charleston.
Four-time defending state champ Martinsburg saw its run for one-for-the-thumb end with a COVID-19 forfeit loss to Bridgeport. No. 1 Cabell Midland advances to the state semis with a forfeit win over Spring Mills. Like Martinsburg, No. 2 Spring Valley saw its season come to an end with a forfeit loss to No. 4 Mussleman.
There are no changes in the statewide rankings, because we won’t be penalizing teams that lose because of the pandemic.
High School Football America West Virginia Top 5
No. 1 Cabell Midland (7-0), LW: #1
No. 2 Spring Valley (5-2), LW: #2
No. 3 Martinsburg (5-2), LW: #3
No. 4 Musselman (8-1), LW: #4
No. 5 South Charleston (7-0), LW: #5
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.