Football game times changed due to weather threat

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A number of high school football games will start early due to the threat of severe storms.

  • Andale at Collegiate-kickoff at 6:00
  • Caldwell at Norwich-kickoff at 6:00
  • Campus at Maize-kickoff at 6:00 
  • Cimarron vs Elkhart-kickoff at 6:00
  • Circle vs Andover Central-kickoff at 6:00 
  • Central Plains vs Little River-kickoff at 6:00
  • Chapman at Marysville-3:00 Saturday
  • Clay Center at Abilene-kickoff at 5:00
  • Clearwater at Chaparral-kickoff at 5:00
  • Derby at Salina Central-kickoff at 5:00
  • Dighton vs Wallace County-kickoff at 6:00 
  • Goessel at Ellinwood-kickoff at 2:00 Saturday
  • Great Bend vs Wichita East-kickoff at 5:00
  • Hillsboro at Haven-kickoff at 6:00
  • Hutchinson at Salina South-kickoff at 5:00
  • Macksville vs Kiowa County-kickoff at 6:00
  • Marion at Hutch Trinity-kickoff at 6:00
  • Minneapolis at Ellsworth-kickoff at 6:00
  • Mulvane at Conway Springs-kickoff at 6:00
  • Newton at Andover-kickoff at 6:00,  homecoming coronation at 5:30 
  • Nickerson at Hoisington-kickoff at 6:00
  • Phillipsburg at Larned-kickoff at 5:00
  • Pratt at Halstead-kickoff at 6:00, homecoming at 5:30 
  • Rose Hill at McPherson-kickoff at 6:00
  • Sacred Heart at Plainville-kickoff at 6:00
  • Smith Center at Ellis-kickoff at 6:00
  • Smoky Valley at Lyons-kickoff at 6:00 
  • Solomon vs Lincoln-kickoff at 6:00
  • Sylvan-Lucas vs Lakeside-kickoff at 5:00
  • TMP at Oakley-11:00 a.m. kickoff Saturday 
  • Winfield vs Maize South-kickoff at 6:00

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