The Crash was originally based in St. Mary’s, West Virginia, where the team played its first six seasons while posting a 5-46 record. In 2005, the franchise relocated to A.D. Lewis Field in Huntington, West Virginia for two seasons. Later on moving to Ward-Craycraft Stadium in Kenova, WV before the 2007 season.
Originally, starting as charter members with the Ohio Valley Football league in 2000, but moved to affiliation with the United States Football Alliance, better known as USFA.
In 2007, the West Virginia Crash won the USFA Eastern Football Conference South Division title before losing to the undefeated Lima Warriors in the conference semi-finals to finish 6-5.
November 2008, the franchise renamed itself the Ceredo-Kenova Crash, assuming the city-name of the local community. In November of 2009, the owner Dan Scoville, Jr. was named and inducted into the Semi- Pro, Hall of Fame. Dan has owned the CK Crash since 2000 and is known as the longest running team in WV.
The Crash offers the opportunity for players to advance their playing careers by promoting their abilities to various professional football venues including the AFL, CFL, and NFL. The Crash home field is historic Ward-Craycraft Stadium in Kenova WV which housed the former Ceredo-Kenova “Wonders” High School Football Program, winners of 13 State Championships
In the Spring of 2011, The City of Kenova had to turn the Ward Cray-Croft Stadium into a portable classrooms for the Kenova Elementary School whereas thier classrooms have fallen in.
Last Update: 01/14/2012