Notable West Virginia high school football teams include Martinsburg, Wayne, Wheeling Central Catholic, Morgantown and Bluefield. These football programs topped MaxPreps.com's list of 20 most dominant West Virginia football teams from 2004 to 2014.
MaxPreps.com bases its top 20 West Virginia high school football teams off of yearly computer rankings, state championships and championship runner-ups. A team that ranks first in the computer rankings for any given year receives 25 points. A team that ranks 25th in yearly computer rankings receives one point. State championship winners earn 30 points, while the runner-up earns 15.
MaxPreps.com ranked Martinsburg as the most dominant West Virginia high school football team from 2004 to 2014 with 366 ranking points. The team's record was 113 wins and 18 losses during this period, with four consecutive state championships and four number one yearly computer rankings.
The second-most dominant team was Wayne with 294 ranking points and a record of 121 wins and 14 losses from 2004 to 2014. The school earned three state championships in this period and finished in the top 25 teams all 10 seasons.
Wheeling Central Catholic received third place in the rankings with 277 ranking points. The team compiled a record of 104 wins and 25 losses, capturing 6 state titles from 2004 to 2014. Wheeling Central Catholic also placed in the top 25 computer rankings six times in that span.