British Soccer in U.S. Counties - States N to W

We name the state and provide a clue based on British soccer - it could be a location, club, ground, player, referee or manager. You name the US county.
Virginia answer is a county-equivalent independent city.
If the clue fits a player named David Beckham, your answer is just BECKHAM (in Oklahoma!)
With 3 exceptions (the ^^ clues), answers are in alphabetical order.
All answers have English or Scottish connections.
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Last updated: January 2, 2019
First submittedSeptember 1, 2015
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State
Clue
COUNTY/IND. CITY
Rhode Island
Home of Scrumpy the Robin & Gasheads
Bristol (City & Rovers)
North Carolina
This small house is by the Thames
Craven (Cottage)
South Carolina
1883 club "reborn" in 2012
Darlington (1883)
Oklahoma
First English World Cup Final linesman
(Arthur) Ellis
Texas
And his ^^ Scottish colleague in 1950
(George) Mitchell
New Jersey
Home of Colchester & Southend Uniteds
Essex
New Mexico
Israeli manager of Chelsea & Portsmouth
(Avram) Grant
Ohio
This club must play F.A. Cup replays away
Guernsey
Texas
Chelsea's "Chopper" - I worked with his daughter!
(Ron) Harris
South Dakota
"Crazy Horse"
(Emlyn) Hughes (OBE)
Pennsylvania
They had a 3-sided ground till 1994
Northampton (Town)
Virginia
Can't be Proud of 3 relegations in 4 recent years
Portsmouth
West Virginia
Don't follow the state's direction to the End
Preston (North End)
New York
"To play for the sake of playing"
Queens (Park)
North Dakota
England's dugout chief in 1966
(Sir Alf) Ramsey
North Dakota
And his ^^ short-term successor
(Joe) Mercer (OBE)
Texas
Third English World Cup Final referee in 1954
(Jack) Taylor (OBE)
Texas
And the fourth ^^ in 2010 (12 yellow cards!)
(Howard) Webb (MBE)
Texas
You formerly might get Hammered in this Park
Upton (Park)
Nebraska
The Minstermen
York (City)
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