• Sports Zone heads to heated rivalries Friday nights


    ATLANTA - Sports Zone Friday returns Fridays this fall with a full slate of high school football games from across north Georgia.

    WSB-TV will be on campus at some of the most heated rivalries. Those rivalries will serve as the backdrop for the best and most-watched high school football coverage in the state of Georgia.

    Tune in at 11:20 p.m. each Friday night to check out all the action. WSB-TV will feature the fans, cheerleaders, bands, coaches and of course the players who make high school football the spectacle that it is. Play of the Week, Athlete of the Week and Drive of the Week along with game-winning drives, amazing interceptions and last minute heartbreak and celebration will all be part of the action.

    WSB-TV will be live at the following games this season:

    Aug 31 Milton at Alpharetta

    Sept. 7 Sandy Creek at Newnan

    Sept. 14 Carrollton at Calhoun

    Sept. 21 South Forsyth at Lambert

    Sept. 28 Johns Creek at Chattahoochee

    Oct. 5 Walton at Lassiter

    Oct. 12 Clarke Central at Heritage, Conyers

    Oct. 19 Gilmer at Pickens

    Oct. 26 North Gwinnett at Collins Hill

    Nov. 2 Pope at Kell

    Nov. 9 Newnan at East Coweta

    Will WSB-TV be visiting your campus? Make some signs, get dressed to support your team and who knows, the Sports Zone Friday cameras may catch a shot of you for the TV broadcast that night.

    Sports director Zach Klein will head to these games. Meanwhile, WSB-TV's Anthony Amey will head to the game that wsbtv.com users want to see most. It's the wsbtv.com Web Game of the Week. Vote now.

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