The Coalfields Region is one of the most historic in the state.  Ranging over the southeastern counties of West Virginia, it features tons of schools that used to be AAA that have now fallen down to the lowest classification.  The AA state champion has come from here the past two seasons, now.  AAA is not as successful with only three schools present.  We’re taking this week to look at what to expect out of the Coalfields Region.




1. Bluefield



2. Nicholas County



3. Midland Trail



4. James Monroe



5. Woodrow Wilson



6. Richwood



7. Sherman



8. Webster County



9. Shady Spring



10. Summers County



AAA Honorable Mention: Greenbrier East

AA Honorable Mention: Independence

A Honorable Mention: Mount View



Team Predictions

Offense of the Year: Bluefield

Defense of the Year: Nicholas County

Breakout Team of the Year: Mount View

Hardest Schedule: Woodrow Wilson

Biggest Question: Mingo Central



FOOTBALL IS ALMOST HERE.  Each week we will be diving into one of our four regions.  We’ve sliced it up a little different to equal the spread of talent out.  We have the Coalfields region, MD (Mason-Dixon) Panhandle region, North West region, and Valley region.  We will spend a week on each in that order.  Every week will include Monday: Single A, Tuesday: Double A, Wednesday: Triple A, Thursday: Preseason All-Region Team, Friday: Top 10 in the Region.  Let’s get it!

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