West Virginia made it three of the last four in the Rudy Mumley OVAC All-Star Charity Football Classic with their 28-19 win over Ohio.
West Virginia scored on their opening drive and never trailed , as Parkersburg South's Tyler Bolen capped the drive with a short quarterback keeper for an 8-0 lead.
A pass interception return for a touchdown by Parkersburg South's Braxton Johnson gave West Virginia a 14-0 lead.
Ohio Made it 14-7 on a Matt Kinnick to Nick Pelegreen touchdown pass.
West Virginia upped their lead on their first drive of the second half on a short touchdown run from Linsly's Chinelo Oparanozie.
Ohio would take advantage of a West Virginia fumble on a Dashon Redman touchdown run to cut the lead to 22-13.
In the fourth quarter, Magnolia's Tanner Hanna scored on a fourth and goal run to increase West Virginia's lead to 28-13.
Ohio would score again late when Shadyside's Chase Kinemond found Steubenville's Matt Petrella for a 28-19 score.
At Halftime Wheeling Park's Gabby Payne won the Queen of Queen's contest.