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Oct. 11, 2013 @ 12:54 AM

HUNTINGTON -- A few high-profile matchups highlight the Friday night high school football schedule while Huntington High, the top-rated Class AAA team in West Virginia, takes a week off.

Following are some of the games:

Cabell Midland (5-1)

at Capital (4-1)

When: 7:30 p.m., Friday

Where: UC Stadium

Radio: WCMI 92.7-FM, 98.5-FM

What to watch: Cabell Midland - The Knights' ground attack will be tested by the interior line of the Cougars. Capital - For the Cougars to have a chance, quarterback Tyhree Pratt must have time to throw.

Riverside (1-5)

at Spring Valley (4-2)

When: 7:30 p.m., Friday

Where: Wolves Den

Radio: WVHU 800-AM

On the Web: www.wfghfm.com

What to watch: Riverside - Steve Freeman landed his first win as a head coach last week against St. Albans. Spring Valley - The Timberwolves have won three straight since dropping a pair to Huntington High and South Charleston.

Scott (3-3) at

Wayne (5-0)

When: 7:30 p.m., Friday

Where: Pioneer Field

Radio: WFGH 90.7-FM

On the Web: www.wfghfm.com

What to watch: Scott - The Skyhawks were the last team to lead Wayne in a game. That was on Oct. 7, 2011. Since then, Wayne has been tied or led for 1,307 consecutive minutes.. Wayne - The Pioneers are perfect, but ball security has been iffy.

Hurricane (3-2) at

George Washington (5-0)

When: 7:30 p.m., Friday

Where: Patriots Stadium

What to watch: Hurricane - It will be interesting to see if the bye week was enough for Austin Hensley to get healthy after being injured against Cabell Midland. George Washington - Two words: Draven Riffe.

Ironton (2-4)

at St. Charles (4-2)

When: 7:30 p.m., Friday

Where: Ohio Dominican University Stadium, Columbus

Radio: WIRO 1230-AM

What to watch: Ironton - The Fighting Tigers are going through a brutal stretch of games and this week is no different after the Cardinals blanked a very good DeSales team last week. St. Charles - Last week's win over DeSales snapped a losing streak to the Stallions that dated back to 1976.

Chesapeake (1-5)

at Fairland (3-3)

When: 7:30 p.m., Friday

Where: Dragons Stadium

What to watch: Chesapeake - The Panthers are coming off their first win of the season and anything goes in this rivalry matchup. Fairland - The Dragons' offense continues to put up astronomical numbers.

Ashland (5-2) at

Sheldon Clark (0-6)

When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Cardinals Stadium

Radio: WBVB 97.1-FM

What to watch: Ashland - The Tomcats have won four straight since losing to George Washington (W.Va.). Sheldon Clark - The Cardinals have scored 48 points total this season. They are allowing 49 points per game. Ouch.

- Grant Traylor



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