BLACKSVILLE — West Virginians look out for each other, especially in a crisis.

This summer, Hundred High School in Wetzel County, lost its football field, and the band lost its trailer, which was housing its marching percussion and concession stand equipment, during floods.

Jeanine Watson, Hundred High School’s band director, said the flooding caused $10,000 in damage.

At halftime during the Clay-Battelle vs. Madonna game Nov. 3, Clay-Battelle senior band members will present Watson with the money raised – a $1,000 check.

Watson said she’s thankful to Clay-Battelle for all its done. She praised the school for being a good friend when the disaster happened.

“They reached out to us with a lot of support,” she said. “I think they’re wonderful people.