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FNF: Several start times change for high school football

SOUTHEASTERN, NC (WECT) – A few kickoff times for high school football have been moved up in anticipation of the impact Hurricane Sandy could have on the area.

Games with a 6:30 start time:

  • Ashley at Laney
  • New Hanover at Hoggard
  • South Columbus at West Brunswick
  • Red Springs at West Columbus
  • Topsail High School at Swansboro
  • Pender at Trask

Games with a 7:00 start time:

  • James Kenan at Wallace Rose Hill

Games with a 7:30 start time:

  • East Columbus at South Robeson
  • East Duplin at Northside-Jacksonville
  • Harrells Christian Academy at Ravenscroft School
  • North Brunswick at East Bladen
  • South Brunswick at Whiteville
  • Union at Lakewood
  • West Bladen at Terry Sanford

 

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