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Playoffs here in Ohio, near in W.Va.

Nov. 02, 2012 @ 12:05 AM

HUNTINGTON -- Ohio and Kentucky high school football playoffs get under way Friday while West Virginia teams have one more week to make a playoff push.

Following is a look at some of the week's games?

Capital (6-3)

at Huntington High (8-1)

WHEN: 7:30 p.m., Friday

WHERE: Bob Sang Field

WHAT TO WATCH -- Capital: The Cougars are extremely dangerous behind young quarterback Tyhree Pratt and playmaker James Richmond. Huntington High: Quarterback Mark Shaver is playing well and running backs Nick Tubbs, Charles Crawford and Paden Christian are gaining big yards thanks to the offensive front.

Hurricane (6-3) at

Cabell Midland (9-0)

WHEN: 7:30 p.m., Friday

WHERE: Knights Stadium

RADIO: WCMI 92.7-FM and 98.5-FM

WHAT TO WATCH -- Hurricane: The Redskins will go as far as the arm of Austin Hensley will take them. He will be under intense pressure all game, though. Cabell Midland: The Knights are looking to wrap up the first perfect regular season in school history.

Spring Valley (6-3)

at Winfield (4-5)

WHEN: 7:30 p.m., Friday

WHERE: Generals Stadium

ON THE WEB: http://wfghfm.com

WHAT TO WATCH -- Spring Valley: It is the last regular season contest for Elijah Wellman. He hopes to go out with a win to help the Timberwolves' efforts toward a home playoff game. Winfield: A win would mean a three-game winning streak for first-year coach Craig Snyder.

Bluefield (8-1)

at Wayne (9-0)

WHEN: 7:30 p.m., Friday

WHERE: Pioneer Field


WHAT TO WATCH -- Bluefield: The Beavers are going to look for revenge after a 54-3 beatdown at home against the Pioneers last year. Wayne: Brandon Spurlock is one of several offensive weapons for the Pioneers. He's at 1,399 yards with 19 touchdowns in just 86 carries on the season.

Bloom-Carroll (5-5)

at Ironton (6-3)

WHEN: 7:30 p.m., Friday

WHERE: Tanks Memorial Stadium


WHAT TO WATCH -- Bloom-Carroll: The Bulldogs are only 5-5 coming in, but their losses have been to bigger schools and they got a big road win at Hamilton Township to get into the postseason. Ironton: The Fighting Tigers were off last week and will need to guard against coming out flat as they start the postseason.

Symmes Valley (8-2) at

Bishop Rosecrans (7-3)

WHEN: 7:30 p.m., Friday

WHERE: Maysville Athletic Complex

WHAT TO WATCH -- Symmes Valley: The Vikings are ready for the postseason after three tough games with seven wins or more to end the regular season. Bishop Rosecrans: The Bishops have lost two straight coming in after last week's home loss to Fort Frye.

Coal Grove (6-3) at

Lucasville Valley (10-0)

WHEN: 7 p.m., Saturday

WHERE: Indians Stadium

WHAT TO WATCH -- Coal Grove: The Hornets have won five straight to end the year after starting 1-3. Lucasville Valley: The teams met in the regular season with the Indians earning a 34-18 home win in week 3.