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TRAC honors UHS’s Kelley, Bailey

Created on:   Sat, Nov 11, 2017   11:10 PM

Last modified:   Sat, Nov 11, 2017   11:10 PM

The Dominion Post

MORGANTOWN — It has been a successful season for the University High football team, which was well-represented on the all-Two Rivers Athletic Conference (TRAC) teams.

The Hawks finished 5-0 against the TRAC — Morgantown, Wheeling Park, Parkersburg South, John Marshall and Brooke — this season, part of UHS’s unbeaten, 10-0 regular season.

UHS’s John Kelley was named coach of the year, while quarterback Clay Bailey was named player of the year.

Bailey, a senior, threw for
1,936 yards and 20 touchdowns during the regular season, along with a completion percentage of 66. He also had 454 yards rushing with four touchdowns.

Bailey was one of eight Hawks represented on the TRAC first team. The others include Ben Gribble, Will Gurtis, Dalton McDaniels, Amir Richardson, Josh Richie, Hayden Starcher and Owen Zeiders.

The Mohigans, who finished the regular season at 4-6, had four members on the first team — Tre Barnes, Sabri Juma, Ty Konchesky and Alajuan Robinson.

On the second team, MHS had Neil McKnight, Javohn Moore, Jestohn Moore and Cole Streyle. UHS had Evan Parow and Robert Sanders.

The Hawks, who beat Spring Mills in the first round of the playoffs Friday night, advanced to the quarterfinals and will host Capital at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17.