WHEELING, W.Va. (WTRF) – Thousands of fans across the Mountain State have traveled to the Friendly City this weekend to witness the best high school football teams compete in the Super Six Championship.
Some new and familiar faces stepped on the gridiron during the three-game weekend, beginning with the Class AA Championship.
Bridgeport defeated the Bluefield Beavers 21-14 opening night to claim their first state title since 2015 and seventh overall.
Martinsburg and Cabell-Midland went head-to-head Saturday afternoon for the Class AAA title.
In the end, the Bulldogs prevailed to four-peat as champions.
Moving to Class A, Wheeling Central is looking to repeat as champions after winning the title just a year ago.
However, the No. 1 seed Doddridge County Bulldogs will look to rain on their parade as they seek a long-awaited title, their first since 1978.
The Class A Championship game is set to kickoff at 7:05 p.m. at Wheeling Island Stadium.
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