For the first time in school history, Webster County (28-0) can call itself a state champion. The Highlanders came back to beat Parkersburg Catholic (19-8), 47-40, in Saturday morning's Class A championship game.
The win also marked the first time in West Virginia boys basketball history that a team has gone 28-0.
Parkersburg Catholic led by 6 points early in the fourth quarter, but Webster came back to close the game out on a 17-4 run to secure the victory.
The undefeated Highlanders were led by 21 points from Dorian Groggs and 12 points and 9 rebounds from Drew Holcomb.
Ty Sturm had 17 for the Crusaders.