Best Prep Football Uniforms in WV for 2019

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Uniforms are an expression of the coaches, team, and community. It can signify tradition and/or creativity. The color schemes stay constant throughout a school’s history (for the most part). Eras and legendary players/coaches are attached to specific outfits. Of course, the jersey does not decide who wins or loses, but it is an intriguing aspect of a game we all love. We have compiled a completely subjective list of the best uniforms going into the 2019 season. We have created three categories: Regulars (week-in and week-out jerseys), Alternates (combinations worn only occasionally), and Sets (an overall assortment of uniforms). Purely traditional uniforms are left off the list such as Bluefield, Fairmont Senior, and Point Pleasant.


Cabell Midland’s Scarlet and Gray

Point Pleasant’s Red and Black

Poca’s Red, White, and Gray

Hedgesville’s Blue, Old Gold, and White

Nicholas County’s Blue, Old Gold, and White

Westside’s Black and Silver

Preston’s Black, White, and Silver

Jefferson’s Maroon and Gray


5. Parkersburg’s Red and White/Parkersburg South Navy and White

Photo by Jeff Baughan (Parkersburg News & Sentinel)

4. Liberty (Harrison)’s Red, White, and Blue

Photo by Sam Santilli (The Exponent Telegram)

3. Richwood’s Black, Orange, and White

Photo by Chris Jackson (The Register Herald)

2. Doddridge County Green and Gold

Photo by Sheila Sutton (WV Metro News)

#1 Ravenswood’s Red and Black

Photo by Martin Unrue


5. Sherman’s Black, Maroon, and Yellow

4. Huntington’s Black, Green, and Yellow

3. Buffalo’s Gold

Photo by the Herald Dispatch

2. Musselman’s Gray USA

Photo by Eric Jones (The Journal)

#1 Spring Valley’s All-Carolina Blue

Photo by Jack Withrow (WV Metro News)


5. Sissonville’s Black, Red, and White

4. Martinsburg’s Black, Gray, Orange, White, and Camo

3. University’s Red, Gold, Black, and White

2. South Charleston’s Black, Orange, Gray, and White

Photo by Brian Ferguson (The Herald Dispatch)

#1 Mingo Central’s Carolina Blue, Gray, Black, White, and Pink

Photo by Wes Wilson

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