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CHARLESTON, WV -

The final West Virginia football playoff rankings were released this afternoon by the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission. The top sixteen teams in each class make the playoffs beginning Friday, November 15. Also, the top eight teams in each class will receive home playoff games in the first round. 

Here's a look at the notable teams in our area. For the full playoff rankings click here.

AAA

#1 Huntington

#3  Capital

#4 Point Pleasant

#5 George Washington

#8 Cabell Midland

#12 South Charleston

#13 Spring Valley

#15 Logan

#18 Hurricane

AA

#2 Wayne

#7 Sissonville

#9 Mingo Central

#12 Ritchie Co.

#13 Roane Co.

#16 Ravenswood

#18 Chapmanville

#19 Tolsia

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#3 Valley (Fayette)

#4 Man

#8 Wahama

#17 Parkersburg Catholic