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WALHALLA — With cold, rainy conditions likely, more than 30 football games across the state originally scheduled for Friday night have been moved up to Thursday night, including Walhalla’s regular-season finale at Wren.
After what they hope are lengthy playoff runs for their respective teams, two of the area’s top football players will get the chance to suit up at the high-school level one last time.
Offensive lineman Walker Parks (6-5, 250) of Lexington, Ky., was among the recruits on hand for Clemson’s win over N.C. State on Saturday. It was not his first visit with the Tigers, and it won’t be his last, as he announced Sunday he plans to play his college football with the Tigers.
The Daniel High School football team entered Friday’s matchup at Pickens firing on all cylinders. However, the Blue Flame, who played spoiler to Walhalla just two weeks earlier, gashed the Lions and entered the second quarter driving once more.
It was easy to see the difference Zaire Scotland makes for the Walhalla High School football team on Friday night.
SENECA — It’s no secret the Seneca High School football team didn’t start the season the way it wanted.
WALHALLA — It’s been a tough few weeks for the Walhalla High School football team.
CENTRAL — By night’s end, the Daniel High School football team could well be celebrating its first region title since 2013.
WESTMINSTER — Nothing has come easy for the West-Oak High School football team this season, and the same goes for Powdersville.