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Friday Night Blitz: Week 4 lineup of high school football coverage

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Week four of the high school football season features Vestavia-Gardendale in the Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week. Week four of the high school football season features Vestavia-Gardendale in the Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week.
Vestavia Hills head coach Buddy Anderson will be looking for career win No. 301 against Gardendale Friday night at Thompson-Reynolds Stadium. (abc3340.com) Vestavia Hills head coach Buddy Anderson will be looking for career win No. 301 against Gardendale Friday night at Thompson-Reynolds Stadium. (abc3340.com)

One week after earning his 300th career victory, Buddy Anderson will attempt to guide his Vestavia Hills Rebels football team to its fourth victory of 2013 when they host the Gardendale Rockets in the Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week.

The Rebels (3-0) are coming off a 30-8 win over Huffman while the Rockets (3-0) enter the game after a hard-fought 14-9 victory over Mountain Brook.

Anyone that knows Anderson, knows that the veteran high school football coach has already put his historic win last week behind him, focusing solely on trying for win No. 301 against Gardendale. Watch Blitz Gameday live from Thompson-Reynolds Stadium beginning at 6:15 p.m. to hear Mike Raita and al.com prep sports editor Jeff Sentell break down the Class 6A Region 6 matchup.

You can see the other games set to be covered by Mike Raita and Jeff Speegle on Friday Night Blitz beginning at 10:20 p.m. You can watch all the coverage on air or live online here.

Don't forget to download the ABC 33/40 Sports app to keep with all of the scores from around the state. Apple devices; Android devices.

Blitz Game of the Week

GARDENDALE at VESTAVIA HILLS

Chopper Blitz

AKRON at MAPLESVILLE

JEMISON at BIBB COUNTY

Other notable games

CENTER POINT at MOODY

CLAY CHALKVILLE at PELL CITY

CLEVELAND at PIEDMONT

GLENCOE at WHITE PLAINS

NORTHRIDGE at HOOVER

PELHAM at OAK MOUNTAIN

PLEASANT GROVE at MCADORY

FAIRFIELD at PARKER

PRATTVILLE at THOMPSON

CORNER at CALERA

HANCEVILLE at VINEMONT

HARTSELLE at CULLMAN

WALTER WELLBORN at FULTONDALE

COOSA VALLEY vs. RESTORATION (at Birmingham-Southern)

BESSEMER CITY at TUSCALOOSA COUNTY

HUEYTOWN at HILLCREST

HUNTSVILLE at OXFORD

JACKSONVILLE at MUNFORD

RAMSAY at HOMEWOOD

ADDISON at SHADES MOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN

 

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