Huntington, Chapmanville and Buffalo are the
number one teams in this week's West Virginia Softball Coaches
Association's high school poll.
Huntington is followed in Class Triple-A by St. Albans, Cabell
Midland, defending state champion Spring Valley, Riverside,
Parkersburg South, Hedgesville, Lincoln County and East Fairmont.
Parkersburg and South Charleston are tied for tenth.
In Double-A, Chapmanville is followed by Winfield, defending
champion Logan, Scott, Point Pleasant, Herbert Hoover, Magnolia,
Ritchie County and Ravenswood. Sherman and Wyoming East are tied
Buffalo is first in Single-A, followed by defending champion
Wheeling Central, Man, South Harrison, Fayetteville, St. Mary's,
Wahama, St. Joseph, Moorefield and Madonna.
MST: The cars lining up to compete in this weekend’s Monaco GP and Indy 500 may appear the same. However, even the smallest Formula One teams run on budgets around five times those of their leading IndyCar counterparts.