Several Friday night football games in the Tri-State were rescheduled to Saturday in light of flash flood alerts.
Oak Hills at Elder was rescheduled for 4:30 p.m. at The Pit, and Moeller will play at Kentucky powerhouse Trinity in Louisville at 1 p.m.
Also rescheduled for Saturday:
- Western Hills at Roger Bacon, noon. Roger Bacon's Bron Bacevich Stadium was heavily flooded last year, which led to major renovations.
- North College Hill at Frankfort (Kentucky), noon.
- Dixie Heights at Milford 7 p.m.
Other schools moved their games ahead. Highlands played Scott County on Thursday night at Georgetown College; Bishop Brossart at Bellevue, Newport at Owen County, Pendleton County at Bracken County were rescheduled for Thursday night as well.
Walton-Verona tweeted Friday it that planned to host Holmes at 7:30 p.m., but recommended that fans bring a poncho.
Friday: Varsity Football team hosts Covington Holmes tonight at 7:30. Stop at Dollar General and get $1 poncho for the game!
— Walton-Verona HS Ath (@WVBearcats) September 1, 2017
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for most of the Tri-State until Saturday at 5 a.m. Counties under the watch include Clermont, Brown, Adams, Hamilton in Ohio; Mason, Bracken, Robertson, Pendleton, Grant, Owen, Carroll and Gallatin in Kentucky; and Switzerland, Ohio, Dearborn and Ripley in Indiana.
The 9 First Warning Weather Team said things should dry up before Sunday morning.
See the full forecast here.
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