It does not seem possible but we are looking at some teams with only three regular season games remaining.
This is a big week for several area prep football teams.
Now that we have flipped the calendar to October, it is time for some serious prep football action.
As the calendar turns to October, it is time for the prep football playoff races to crank into high gear.
With cooler temperatures at night, now is the time to start breaking down the prep football playoff races.
Region play cranks up in Classes 5A and 6A Friday night. Several rivalries games are on tap as we officially hit the midway point of the season.
The intensity is about to pick up for some area prep football teams.
There is no time for rest.
With this week's forecast calling for lows in the 50s, that can only mean one thing -- the prep football action is about to turn serious.
The fourth week of the prep football season provides some compelling matchups. Instead of spending a lot of time telling you should head out to the games, let's pick some winners instead.
The high school football season inches closer to region play for most teams Friday night.
Some outstanding rivalry games highlight this weekend's schedule.
While it is still very early in the prep football season, that does not mean that we can't go ahead and get excited about some matchups.
If the opening week is any indication, this could be an outstanding season for area prep football teams.
The 2014 prep football season kicks off this weekend.
After months of waiting, the prep football season is finally upon us. Here is an in-depth look at the opening week matchups and even a look at some projected winners
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