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Prep football schedule

Regular season

Statewide Week 1 schedule

All games at 7:30 p.m. unless noted

Thursday's games

South Charleston at George Washington

Cabell Midland at Riverside

Weir at Indian Creek (Ohio), 6 p.m.

Madonna vs. Beallsville (Ohio) at Indian Creek, 8:30 p.m.

Harrison Central (Ohio) at Wheeling Central, 7 p.m.

Friday's games

Braxton County at Lincoln

Bridgeport at Buckhannon-Upshur

Brooke at Morgantown

Cameron at Bishop Donahue

Clarke County (Va.) at Berkeley Springs

Clay-Battelle at Paden City

East Fairmont at Liberty Harrison

Edison Local (Ohio) at Oak Glen, 7 p.m.

Fayetteville at Wahama

Gilmer County at Calhoun County

Graham (Va.) at Bluefield

Greenbrier West at Nicholas County

Hannan at Valley Wetzel

Hedgesville at Washington, 7 p.m.

Huntington at Hurricane

Independence at Midland Trail

James Monroe at Greenbrier East, 7 p.m.

Keyser at Wheeling Park, 7 p.m.

Liberty Raleigh at Westside

Lincoln County at Point Pleasant

Linsly at Magnolia

Logan at Man

Moorefield at Petersburg, 7 p.m.

Musselman at Sherando (Va.), 7 p.m.

North Marion at Frankfort, 7 p.m.

Oak Hill at Elkins, 7 p.m.

Page County (Va.) at East Hardy

Parkersburg South at Ripley

Pendleton County at Tygarts Valley

Philip Barbour at Grafton

PikeView at Summers County

Poca at Nitro

Preston at Hampshire, 7 p.m.

Richwood at Webster County

River View at Mount View

Roane County at Clay County

Robert C. Byrd at Fairmont Senior

Scott at Herbert Hoover

Shady Spring at Princeton

Sherman at Tug Valley

Sissonville at Chapmanville

South Harrison at Doddridge County

Spring Mills at Jefferson, 7 p.m.

Spring Valley at St. Albans

St. Marys at Ritchie County

Tolsia at Wayne

Tucker County at Pocahontas County

Tyler Consolidated at Williamstown

University at Lewis County

Valley Fayette at Wirt County

Van at Meadow Bridge

Woodson (D.C.) at Martinsburg, 7 p.m.

Woodrow Wilson at Winfield

Wyoming East at Mingo Central

Saturday's games

Buffalo vs. Parkersburg Catholic at Vienna

Warren Local vs. Parkersburg at Marietta College

Hundred at Montcalm, 1 p.m.

High school football records

WHEELING - West Virginia high school football records compiled by Doug Huff of the W. Va. Sports Writers Association:

GAME

Individual

  • Points: 62, Jeff Swisher, Sistersville vs. New Matamoras (Ohio) Frontier, 1986 (76-8); 9 TDs, 4 2-point conversions.
  • Touchdowns: 10, Paul McCoy, Matewan vs. Burch, 2006 (64-0); Albert (Big Sleepy) Glenn, Elkins vs. Shinnston, 1922 (also 9 TDs vs. Parsons).
  • Touchdowns, playoffs: 8, Jordan Roberts, Scott vs. Berkeley Springs, 2007.
  • Rush attempts: 61, Cam Zopp, Buckhannon-Upshur vs. Bridgeport, 1980 (110 attempts in two straight games).
  • Rush yards and total offense: 658, Paul McCoy, Matewan vs. Burch, 2006; 29 carries.
  • Rush yards, playoffs: 399, Jordan Roberts, Scott vs. Berkeley Springs, 2007.
  • Pass attempts: 62, Todd Neff (freshman), Paden City vs. Doddridge (42-6 loss), 1992; 35 completions, 265 yards.
  • Pass completions: 43, J.R. House, Nitro vs. Morgantown, 1998 Class AAA title game.
  • Pass yards: 594, J.R. House, Nitro vs. Morgantown, 1998 Class AAA title game.
  • Touchdown passes: 10, J.R. House, Nitro vs. Morgantown, 1998 Class AAA title game.
  • Pass receptions: 29, Jeff Clark, Nitro vs. Roane County (37-8), 1999.
  • Pass reception yards: 413, Jeff Clark, Nitro vs. Roane County, 1999.
  • Touchdown receptions: 6, Brandon Barrett, Martinsburg vs. Stephens City, Va., Sherando, 2002.
  • Field goals: 5, Alex Ashley, Capital vs. Riverside (38-15), 2003.
  • Field goal distance: 59 yards, Corey Smith, Musselman vs. Woodstock, Va., Central, 2007.
  • Punt distance: 105 yards, Gatha Hoffman, Fairmont Senior vs. Clarksburg Washington Irving, 1929; 70 yards in air from point of kick.
  • Pass interceptions: 5, Lewis (Buzz) Craddock, Poca vs. Nitro, 1967; David Young, Richwood vs. Braxton County, 1975; Donnie Shumate, Mullens vs. Marsh Fork, 1982; Chad Furgason, Rivesville vs. Fayette Valley, 1983; Jared Turner, Winfield vs. Nitro, 1989.
  • Fumble recovery touchdowns: 3, Ken McIntyre, Parkersburg South vs. Toledo, Ohio, DeVilbiss (48-14), 1970; for 24, 35 and 36 yards; Ties U.S. record.
  • Blocked punts: 4, Carlton Wagner, Pennsboro, 1929.
  • Team

  • Points: 157-0, Magnolia vs. Woodsfield, Ohio, Nov. 10, 1917.
  • Total offense: 850 yards, Parkersburg vs. Herbert Hoover (75-22), 2000.
  • Pass interceptions: 9, Farmington vs. Hundred (88-0), 1970; Richwood vs. Braxton County, 1975.
  • Two-team fumbles: 23, Williamstown lost 3 of 8 in 36-6 win vs. South Harrison (lost 9 of 15).
  • SEASON

    Individual

  • Points, all-time: 359, Albert (Big Sleepy) Glenn, Elkins, 13 games, 1922; 49 TDs, 65 PATs; U.S. record until 1953; Modern: 326, Spencer Farley, Morgantown, 14 games, 2004, 54 TDs; 224 in 10 regular season games; Regular Season: 263, Curt Warner, Pineville, 1978.
  • Points accounted for: 402, J.R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; 390 passing, 12 rushing.
  • Touchdowns: 54, Spencer Farley, Morgantown, 14 games, 2004.
  • Rush attempts: 389, C.R. Howdyshell, Sistersville, 12 games, 1978; 2,315 yards; 10-game regular season: 330; 2031 yards.
  • Rush yards: 3,826, Jordan Roberts, Scott, 13 games, 2007; 336 attempts; regular season: 2,895, Roberts, 10 games, 2007; 241 attempts, 34 TDs.
  • Rush average, game: 294.3, Jordan Roberts, Scott, 2007; regular season: 289.5, Roberts, 2007.
  • Rush average, carry: 27.0, John Zontini (jr.), Seth Sherman, 8 games, 1929; 79 attempts. 2,135 yards.
  • Pass attempts: 610, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998; regular season: 432, House, 10 games, 1998.
  • Pass completions: 425, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998; U.S. Record; regular season: 300. House, 1998.
  • Pass yards: 5,526, J.R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; regular season: 3,909, House, 1998.
  • Touchdown passes: 65, J. R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; regular season: 45, House, 1998.
  • Total offense yards: 5,763, J.R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; 5,526 passing; 237 rushing; regular season: 4,109, House, 1998.
  • Pass receptions: 132, Chris Martin, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; regular season: 99, Chris Fulmer, Nitro, 2003.
  • Pass reception yards: 2,056, Chris Martin, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; regular season: 1,443, Chris Fulmer, Nitro, 2003.
  • Pass reception touchdowns: 27, Chris Martin, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; regular season: 23, Brandon Barrett, Martinsburg, 2002.
  • Kicking points: 105, Patrick Shadle, Morgantown, 14 games, 2004; 78-82 PAT, 9-14 field goals; regular season: 73, Patrick Shadle, Morgantown, 2004.
  • Field goals: 13, Mark Johnson, Ripley, 12 games, 1986; regular season: 13, Corey Smith, Musselman, 2007.
  • Pass interceptions: 16, Rick Smith, Calhoun County, 1990.
  • Blocked punts: 16, Carlton Wagner, Pennsboro, 1929.
  • Team

  • Game point average: 54.4, Martinsburg (10-0), 2002; 9.8 defense.
  • Game point margin, Unscored Upon: 379-0, Charleston (8-0-1), 1920.
  • Quarters, unscored upon: 40, St. Marys (10-0), 1963; scored 305 points; Frankfort (10-0), 1990; scored 357 points.
  • CAREER

    Individual

  • Points: 714, Josh Culbertson, Nitro, 2002-05.
  • Touchdowns: 118, Josh Culbertson, Nitro, 2002-05.
  • Rush attempts: 961, Aaron LaPoe, Clay-Battelle, 2000-03.
  • Rush yards: 7,842, Josh Culbertson, Nitro, 2002-05; 939 attempts.
  • Rush yard average: 11.9, Dick Horton, Spencer, 1943-46; 5,864 yards, 493 attempts.
  • Pass attempts: 1,725, J.R. House, Nitro, 1995-98.
  • Pass completions: 1,103, J.R. House, Nitro, 1995-98.
  • Pass yards: 14,457, J.R. House, Nitro, 1995-98.
  • Touchdown passes: 145, J.R. House, Nitro, 1995-98.
  • Total offense yards: 14,710, J.R. House, Nitro, 1995-98.
  • Pass receptions: 329, Chris Fulmer, Nitro, 2002-05.
  • Pass reception yards: 5,068, Chris Fulmer, Nitro, 2002-05.
  • Pass reception touchdowns: 74, Brandon Barrett, Martinsburg, 2000-03.
  • Field goals: 28, Chris Lewis, Musselman, 1987-89.
  • Pass interceptions: 33, Chip Caudill, Burch, 1970-73.
  • Blocked punts: 30, Carlton Wagner, Pennsboro, 1929-30.
  • Team

  • Victory streak: 36 games, Ansted, 1970-74; regular season: 57, Williamstown, 2001-07.
  • Unbeaten streak: 42 games, Ansted, 1970-74 (40-0-2); regular season: 57, Williamstown, 2001-07.
  • Longest game series: 108, Parkersburg vs. Marietta, Ohio, 1906-active; Parkersburg leads 75-27-6.
  • COACHING

  • Victories: 274, Denny Price, Musselman, 1973-2012; Record 274-160-1; 3 state titles.
  • Victories, one school: 274, Denny Price, Musselman, 1973-2012.
  • Playoff victories: 30, Dave Walker, Martinsburg; 3 state titles, 7 finals.
  • State titles: 10, Carl Ward, Ceredo-Kenova, from 1963-83; 13 finals;  Overall Record: 244-61-1.
  • Coaching record: 87-6-1, Merrill Gainer, Bluefield, 1959-68; 5 unbeaten seasons, 4 state titles; Overall 22-year W. Va. record of 181-32-7 included eight unbeaten teams.

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