Each week in the Friday Night Blitz, Eyewitness Sports Director Yianni Kourakis and reporters Ruthie Polinsky and Morey Hershgordon bring you high school football scores, highlights, and more from around Southern New England.
Several high school games are on tap for Saturday. Stay in the know with our High School Football Scoreboard.
This Week's Matchups:
- 0:27 - West Bridgewater vs. Coyle-Cassidy
- 0:51 - Attleboro vs. Bishop Feehan
- 1:09 - Somerset Berkley vs. Middleboro
- 1:34 - Seekonk vs. New Bedford Vocational
- 2:08 - East Providence vs. Shea
- 2:49 - Portsmouth vs. St. Raphael
- 3:21 - Middletown vs. West Warwick
- 3:45 - Rogers vs. Mount Hope
- 4:12 - Lincoln vs. Mount Pleasant
- 4:37 - Narragansett vs. Chariho
- 5:01 - Smithfield vs. EWG/Prout
- 5:30 - Classical vs. Juanita Sanchez/PCD/Wheeler
More About Friday Night Blitz:
Friday Night Blitz is a weekly recap show with highlights from around the league, score updates on WPRI.com, and a social media segment where fans can share comments, photos and video by using #Blitz12.
The Blitz also showcases a Game of the Week and Band of the Week, and we mic up one of the local coaches to take you inside the huddle.
The Eyewitness Sports team will be roving the state each week to capture the action and storylines, bringing them to you on-air, online and on social media.
High school football fans are encouraged to use #Blitz12 on Twitter and Instagram to help tell their team's story - some of these posts will be featured on air in the show.
On Facebook, fans should post/share on the WPRI 12 page.
- Scores, schedules and highlights: High School Football »
- Complete coverage on the go: Download the Eyewitness News app »
Friday Night Blitz airs each Friday at 11:15 p.m. on WPRI 12.
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