Super Power, Criss Cross, Trap, Power and a handful of other plays are the basis of their offense. They don't run any option that I've ever seen, been following them since they beat Eastern Montgomery for state some years back. Love their style of play.
Veer - give to a dive back, keep by the QB, or lateral to a pitch back. Battle has ran Veer for several years now, split backs Veer this season and Pistol flex one Veer previous seasons. Veer is more like a basketball 2 on 3 fast break, undefeated man gets the ball, some teams break it down to Dive and then Keep/Pitch or Dive/Keep with no pitch option (Haysi actually ran those a lot). Usually paired with a FB Dive, a Lead play, and some sort of Counter.
Riverheads wants to beat defenses with brute force(more blockers at the point of attack that defenders) and the occasional slight of hand play. Central wants to out flank defenses and uses more slight of hand and passing.
Riverheads and Central are similar, but in the same way Tazewell, Graham, and Richlands are similar.