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!
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.