“Slippery When Wet” signs were displayed all around Cline Stansberry Stadium in West Union last Saturday with pouring rain and chilly temperatures wreaking havoc of ten combined turnovers as No. 1 Doddridge County took advantage of the blunders for a 21-6 victory over the No. 8 Cougars in the Class A state football quarterfinals.
East Hardy (8-4) lost two fumbles and threw five interceptions, while the Bulldogs (12-0) fumbled thrice away (five fumbles for both teams).
“That team is good, but we had an eight point lead and we were playing great defense with the elements and everything. That’s what