Games To Be Highlighted On Football Friday Oct. 29

A number of conference titles are up for grabs as the high school football regular season schedule comes to a close.

Here's a look at the games the WITN sports team will highlight on the October 29th edition of Football Friday. Air time is set for 11:15pm on WITN.

Manteo at Plymouth:
The Four Rivers Conference title is up for grabs in this one. Plymouth is 9-0, 5-0 in the conference while Manteo is 7-2, 4-1 in conference play.

Riverside at Southside:
This game is between the two second place teams in the Four Rivers Conference. Both teams are 7-2 overall, 3-2 in conference play.

Princeton at Ayden-Grifton:
The Chargers are sitting atop the Carolina Conference with a 3-0 league mark. However, Ayden-Grifton is tied with Goldsboro for that top spot but need to take care of 2-7 Princeton in order to set up a winner-take-all game for the conference title next Friday night against Goldsboro on the road.

Jacksonville at D.H. Conley:
The Conley Vikings could all but wrap up a playoff spot with a win at home over Winless Jacksonville. Conley was winless last season but have been revived under first year head coach Brian Paschal.

Washington at South Central:
Both teams are 4-1 and tied for second place in the Coastal Conference. The winner locks down the number two spot since league leader Havelock has beaten both teams head to head.

Union at Wallace - Rose Hill:
The Bulldogs are ranked #1 in class 1-A at 9-0, 5-0 in conference play, while Union is 4-1 in the league and looking to take a shot at claiming the Tri-County Conference title.

Dixon at Southwest Onslow:
Southwest is sitting at 8-1 with a #5 state ranking in Class 1-A. A win at home over Dixon would lock down the Coastal Plains ttitle for the Stallions.

New Hanover at J.H. Rose:
Rose is hoping to snap a two game slide as they take on a new Hanover teams having won its last two games.

Cape Hatteras at Creswell:
The Creswell Tigers wrapped up another Tideland Atlantic title last week with a win over Columbia. Tonight the 6-2 Tigers look to get a post season tune-up against 1-7 Cape Hatteras.

Mattamuskeet at Columbia:
Columbia will look to rebound from last week's loss to Creswell by getting past Mattamuskeet at home. The Lakers enter the game 2-5 overall.

New Bern at Laney:
The Bears moved up to #8 in the latest AP State 4-A poll with an 8-0 record. Laney comes in at 5-4 overall but 2-1 in the league.

Richlands at East Duplin:
The East Central Conference title is on the line when these two teams meet. Both teams are 5-0 in conference play and the winner takes over sole possession of the #1 spot with just one game left on the regular season schedule.

Tarboro at Farmville Central:
Tarboro, the defending Class 2-A state champions, have a strong hold
on the #1 ranking in the state with a perfect 9-0 record. Tarboro can not afford to look ahead to next week's season finale against 2nd place Beddingfield as they hit the road tonight to take on 1-8 Farmville Central.

Topsail at Northside (Jacksonville):
Both teams are inthe middle of the East Central Conference and need to win in order to secure a playoff spot.

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  • by none on Nov 19, 2010 at 08:44 AM
  • by Melissa Location: Roper on Oct 29, 2010 at 07:47 PM
    Thank you WITN for covering Creswell and Columbia tonight. They may be small but play just as hard as the bigger schools. Congrats to Creswell on another conference title.
  • by Scooter Location: ENC on Oct 29, 2010 at 07:19 PM
    I just want to thank Billy and the Football Friday staff for coming down to Creswell and Columbia to cover the Tideland Conference teams. We appreciate your support and I know all of these kids will be appreciative as well.
  • by Anonymous on Oct 29, 2010 at 06:57 PM
    Who cares about high school football? YIKES!!!
  • by WOW!!!! Location: not the northeast on Oct 29, 2010 at 06:36 PM
    WITN is covering 14 games in one night and traveling all over the state and some people still complain. INCREDIBLE!!!
  • by Anonymous on Oct 29, 2010 at 03:27 PM
    Is it too much to ask to cover all high schools in the northeast... what about bertie, hertford county, elizabeth city... etc etc...

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