Gallery update: Bucs face John Marshall for homecoming game

The Buckhannon-Upshur High School football Buccaneers fell to the stout rushing attack of John Marshall during B-U’s homecoming game Friday night. The Monarchs jumped ahead quickly and ground out a 47-7 victory over the banged-up Bucs.

The 2019 homecoming court was presented at halftime, along with a performance from the B-UHS marching band.

The loss drops B-U to 1-4 on the season heading into next Friday night’s home game against Lewis County.

My Buckhannon photographer Brian Bergstrom has posted more than 150 high resolution photos from the game here — including pics of the 2019 homecoming court. Note that gallery access requires a premium membership.

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