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Oct. 25, 2013 @ 02:03 AM

HUNTINGTON — Class AAA No. 1 Huntington High its undefeated record on the line against St. Albans while Cabell Midland plays Spring Valley to highlight the Friday high school football schedule.

Following is a look at some of the games:

St. Albans (1-6) at
Huntington High (7-0)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Bob Sang Stadium
Radio: WRVC 930-AM, 94.1-FM
What to watch: St. Albans – The Red Dragons are struggling mightily at stopping the opposition, allowing 50 points per contest. Huntington High – The Highlanders want to keep momentum heading into next week’s big matchup with South Charleston.

Cabell Midland (6-2)
at Spring Valley (6-2)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Wolves Den
Radio:  WVHU 800-AM, WCMI 92.7-FM and 98.5-FM, WFGH 90.7-FM
On the Web: http://www.wfghfm.com
What to watch: Cabell Midland – The Knights are coming off a win over George Washington in which they jumped out early. Doing the same this week would put Spring Valley in comeback mode, which would be tough. Spring Valley – Look for the Timberwolves to come straight at the Knights and try to shorten the game with their power rushing attack.

Winfield (3-4) at
Hurricane (4-3)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Redskins Field
What to watch: Winfield – Toby Show and Chris Turner will need to match the output of Austin Hensley and Zach Pate for the Generals to stay in it. Hurricane – This is the start of a brutal three-game stretch to end the season for Hurricane with Capital and Spring Valley following.

Wayne (7-0)
at Poca (1-6)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: O.O. White Stadium
On the Web: www.wfghfm.com
What to watch: Wayne – Mason Hodge is one of the top players in the state and could have a big night for the Pioneers. Poca – The Dots are struggling this year, but they always give Wayne their best under coach Bob Lemley.

Oak Hill (7-1)
at Ironton (2-6)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Tanks Memorial Stadium
Radio: WIRO 1230-AM, WTCR 1420-AM.
What to watch: Oak Hill – The Oaks come into this battle with momentum, but will the awe and lore of Tanks Memorial Stadium be a 12th man? Ironton – The Fighting Tigers are battle-tested with a brutal schedule and could earn lots of points for a win over the Oaks. Playoffs still aren’t out of the question for Ironton.

Rock Hill (1-7)
at Fairland (5-3)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Dragons Stadium
What to watch: Rock Hill – The Redmen are struggling once again and need to be solid defensively to have any chance. Fairland – The Dragons could make fast work of this with their quick-strike offense.

Chesapeake (1-7)
At Coal Grove (3-5)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Patterson Field
What to watch: Chesapeake – These teams aren’t used to this game not being for an OVC title. Coal Grove – The Hornets are looking to close out the season strong to finish .500.




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