Fall is the best time of the year. My Friday nights are spent at high school football games. I watch the Tygarts Valley Bulldogs and the Paden City Wildcats. Morgantown, WV, is my destination six Saturdays every fall. I love to watch the West Virginia Mountaineers play America's game. I usually make it to one away game each year. I have gone to games at Pitt, Syracuse, Rutgers, Maryland, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Purdue, East Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, Navy, Mississippi State, Cincinnati and Penn State. I have gone to the Fiesta Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Gator Bowl, Carquest Bowl, Music City Bowl, Continetal Tire Bowl and the Kick-off Classic. When I can't go to the game, I watch it on television along with every other college football game that I can possibly see. I have been keeping records on college football results for over 30 years and my extra bedroom is cluttered with the product of all this record keeping. Computers have certainly made record keeping much easier and less messy. Almost every weekday evening during the season I listen to the "West Virginia Sportsline." They know me as "Gold Card Woody." And I post on the Mountaineer Message Board as "Woody in Helvetia."

During the off season I follow high school and college basketball. Over the past several summers I have researched the West Virginia Boys' and Girls' State Basketball Tournaments for the WVSSAC. These team statistics now appear in the tournament programs. The next page on this site lists every high school in the State of West Virginia that has participated in the state tournament along with Sectional and State Tournament information.
West Virginia State Basketball Tournament - Boys & Girls

I am sure that there is still some incorrect information in the programs. If you see any mistakes please let know about them so that I can correct the mistakes. I also keep weekly statistics for the Potomac Valley Conference in football, boys' & girls' basketball and baseball.  My newest project is the WVSSAC football playoffs.  West Virginia High School Football

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