CTK 2011 – WPIAL 7:00pm Kickoffs

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Tuesday, August 16, 2011 | 3:34 PM


There are 126 schools in the WPIAL that field a high school football team. While a majority still begin at 7:30pm, 38 of them now kickoff their home games at 7:00pm, including the enire Class AAA Keystone Conference. Here is a list of schools that will get the thirty minute head start on Friday and Saturday nights.

CLASS AAAA Big East:

Altoona Mountain Lions

Fox Chapel Foxes

Plum Mustangs

Woodland Hills Wolverines

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CLASS AAA Big Eight:

Chartiers Valley Colts

Trinity Hillers

CLASS AAA Keystone:

Albert Gallatin Colonials

Derry Trojans

Franklin Regional Panthers

Greensburg-Salem Golden Lions

Hollidaysburg Golden Tigers

Laurel Highlands Mustangs

Ringgold Rams

Uniontown Red Raiders

CLASS AAA Parkway:

Central Valley Warriors

Hopewell Vikings

Montour Spartans (7:10pm kickoff)

West Allegheny Indians

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CLASS AA Century:

Keystone Oaks Golden Eagles

Seton-LaSalle Rebels (at Chartiers Valley High School)

Steel Valley Ironmen

CLASS AA Midwestern:

Aliquippa Quips

Freedom Bulldogs

Laurel Spartans

Mohawk Warriors

New Brighton Lions

Riverside Panthers

CLASS AA Interstate:

Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions

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CLASS A Big 7:

Cornell Raiders

Neshannock Lancers

Shenango Wildcats (Saturday nights)

Sto-Rox Vikings

Union Scotties

CLASS A Tri-County South:

Frazier Commodores

Mapletown Maples

Monessen Greyhounds

West Greene Pioneers

CLASS A Eastern Conference:

The Bishop Canevin Crusaders – They play their home games at Dormont Stadium. The three Friday night games will be at 7:30pm while the two Saturday night home games will kickoff at 7:00pm.

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