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Parker will travel to take on No. 6 McAdory in the week seven Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week. (abc3340.com) Parker will travel to take on No. 6 McAdory in the week seven Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week. (abc3340.com)

Week seven of the high school football season will feature Parker and No. 6 McAdory in the Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week.

The Thundering Herd (5-1, 3-1) will hit the road to take on the Yellowjackets (5-1, 4-0) in a battle for first place in Class 5A Region 5. Parker enters the game fresh off a 23-0 shutout of Paul Bryant in week six.

After dropping its first game of the season to Center Point in week five, McAdory returned to its winning ways last week in a 21-6 victory over Fairfield.

For a complete preview of the GOW matchup, tune into ABC 33/40 Friday at 6:15 p.m. as Mike Raita and Jeff Sentell will be live from McAdory Stadium for Blitz Gameday. After the game, Sentell will break down the game and share highlights on Blitz, which begins at 10:20 p.m. You can watch both shows live online here.

And if you haven't downloaded the ABC 33/40 Sports app already, well, you're missing out. But it's never too late to add the app to your Apple or Android device. Click here to download and keep up with all the high school football scores from around the state.

Blitz Links:

ASWA Polls entering Week 7

Week 6 Friday Night Blitz videos

Week 6 scores

Friday Night Blitz #alfb coverage lineup for week seven:

Blitz Game of the Week:

PARKER AT MCADORY

Chopper Blitz Tour:

HUBBERTVILLE AT PICKENS COUNTY

OAKMAN AT HALE COUNTY

Other notable games:

CENTER POINT AT WALKER

SPRINGVILLE AT MOODY

HUNTSVILLE AT PELL CITY

CALERA AT BIBB COUNTY

MOUNTAIN BROOK AT HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE

LEEDS AT TARRANT

ARAB AT ETOWAH

CLAY-CHALKVILLE AT GADSDEN CITY

SHADES VALLEY AT GARDENDALE

VINCENT AT FULTONDALE

BESSEMER CITY AT JACKSON-OLIN

FAIRFIELD AT PLEASANT GROVE

GORDO AT NORTHSIDE

MINOR AT TUSCALOOSA COUNTY

SAKS AT WEAVER

CLEBURNE COUNTY AT ALEXANDRIA

LINCOLN AT JACKSONVILLE

HILLCREST AT HOOVER

SPAIN PARK AT OAK MOUNTAIN

CHILTON COUNTY AT BRIARWOOD

 

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