Cave Spring is at home tonight for a 7 p.m. game against Martinsville.
Hidden Valley is on the road for a 7 p.m. game at William Byrd.
Weather journalist Kevin Myatt offers this forecast:
This may well be the warmest night of the football season. Afternoon highs could reach low 90s in Roanoke Valley and well into 80s in the New River Valley, with temperatures hanging in the 80s at kickoff most places and only slowly falling into the 70s. Can’t rule out a few isolated showers and storms, but it looks like most of that will wait until some of Isaac’s remnants can make it our way late in the weekend – perhaps raining on Virginia Tech’s opener Monday night.
For more weather news, see Kevin’s Weather Journal. We’re expecting photos from each game, so check back this weekend for those. Or you can share your own at email@example.com or use the “share” tool to upload 10 at a time.
From last week’s season opener we had:
* Photos from Cave Spring vs. William Byrd (with band photos) from T.J. Witten
* Photos from Hidden Valley at Patrick Henry from Nakia Wimberly and Jeanna Duerscherl
* Photos of the Hidden Valley band from David Atkins.