A pair of contests pitting 4-1 teams against one another highlight first weekend of district play.
By Craig Worrell, Sports Editor
Friday, October 5, 2012 at 7:29 am
There may have been bigger weekends in the history of Mountain Empire District football. But it’s debatable.
Four of the MED’s six teams enter the second half of the season with identical 4-1 records, and the district portion of the schedule opens up with two games pitting one 4-1 team against another. A little bit of driving and fans can see them both.
Galax travels to Fort Chiswell in one big early matchup tonight (Friday) while Grayson County visits Graham in a Saturday matinee as the race to the district title takes one big step in Week 7.
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