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  1. WVSSAC moves 2020 Super Six to Charleston
  2. Bluefield's game today from BDT "The attendance limitations that existed for regular seasons games have been changed as now 20 percent of the stadium’s capacity is the limit instead of just immediate family members." Why would they do this now?
  3. I believe so. That district had mostly small school besides Grayson.
  4. Anytime it was considered for Graham to go to single A, they asked to be put in another district besides the MED, but were told the only choice they had was the MED or stay put. with Pocahontas still open that wasn't going to happen.
  5. Looks like about 25 people sitting in the visitor's stands. Sad it has to be so empty.
  6. For one, They are playing Princeton twice.
  7. https://uncwsports.com/news/2020/6/5/mens-basketball-siddle-completes-staff-with-ponder.aspx?fbclid=IwAR2KX4LKFK5JO6txqLCPKJmJNseMZMwRqJA6HeisIyjoTP9YYWzyhdEBorg
  8. from WVVA ATHENS, W.Va. (WVVA) - A reliable source has confirmed to WVVA that Martinsburg's David Walker will take over as Concord's head football coach in 2020. Walker led the Bulldogs to 56-straight victories and eight of the last ten Class AAA state titles, including four-consecutive championships. A 1983 graduate of Pineville High School, Walker went on to play collegiate ball at Glenville State. He served as the team's co-captain for two seasons and earned All-WVIAC honors during his junior and senior years. Walker became the youngest head coach in West Virginia history at East Hardy High School in 1988. He compiled a record of 56-41 with the Cougars, earning seven-straight playoff berths. In 1997, he took over at Martinsburg, leading his team to the postseason each year from 1998 to 2019. The Mountain Lions finished the 2019 season with a 1-10 record. Concord will hold an press conference to introduce the new head coach at 11 a.m. on Monday, December 23.
  9. Appomattox County - Football Varsity Roster (as of 12-03-19 ) Number Name Position Height Weight Year 1 Tevin Hurt WR/LB 6'3'' 219 12 2 Tez Booker WR/DB 5'11' 148 11 3 Daton Megginson WR/DB 6'1'' 150 12 4 Jonathan Pennix WR/DB 5'11'' 165 9 5 Tyler Gilliam WR/DB 5'11'' 180 12 6 Jaheim Scruggs RB/DB 5'6'' 148 12 7 Mikel Carter RB/DB 5'9'' 155 12 8 Tre Lawing III QB/DB 6'0'' 187 10 9 JaQuan Alexander RB/DB 5'6'' 130 11 10 Keyshawn Baker RB/LB 5'7'' 173 12 11 Gaither Comeau W/LB 5'9'' 177 12 12 Caleb Shaw QB/DB 5'7'' 145 11 14 Jordan Scott WR/DB 6'3'' 155 11 15 Cristian Ferguson RB/LB 5'10'' 210 12 16 Savion Vaughan WR/DB 5'8'' 150 10 17 Toby Bryant TE/LB 5'7'' 175 10 18 Matthew Epperson WR/DB 5'2'' 95 9 21 JaQuan Walker RB/LB 5'8'' 195 10 22 Collin Slagle WR/DB 5'5'' 130 10 33 Tavorian Copeland WR/DB 6'2'' 160 9 34 Gregory Morgan WR/DB 5'1'' 85 9 40 Brendan Gallier P/K 6'2'' 140 12 41 Landon Wilson TE/LB 5'11'' 186 11 43 Bronson Williams TE/LB 6'0'' 239 11 45 Jordan Hicks TE/LB 5'9'' 145 9 50 Jamal Wheeler OL/DL 6'0'' 282 12 51 Quamea Gray OL/DL 5'10'' 250 10 52 A.J. Moore OL/DL 5'10'' 263 11 53 Isaiah Tyree OL/DL 5'10'' 190 10 54 Robert Booker OL/DL 6'1'' 170 9 55 Dakota Donnigan OL/DL 6'0'' 215 11 56 Colton Claiborne OL/LB 5'6'' 150 10 57 Tanner Gunter OL/DL 6'2'' 180 10 58 Caleb Adams OL/DL 5'8'' 180 9 62 Colton Smith OL/DL 5'9'' 228 12 64 Mariah Hancock OL/DL 5'7'' 160 11 68 Justice Wright OL/DL 6'2'' 255 12 71 Jacob Williams OL/DL 5'10'' 220 10 72 Jacob Taylor OL/DL 6'1'' 245 9 73 Armad Clark Jr. OL/DL 5'10'' 180 9 75 Jaylen Lewis OL/DL 6'2'' 281 12 76 Tristan Ashwell OL/DL 5'10'' 277 11 77 Maliek Hubbard OL/DL 6'0'' 308 12 80 Jonathan Moore WR/LB 5'7'' 140 9 86 Derek Hammer TE/LB 6'1'' 183 12 99 Samuele Bianco P/K 5'9'' 165 11
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