HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A second area high school football game will be streamed live this weekend.
Earlier in the week WSAZ reported that the Cabell Midland vs. Martinsburg game would be streamed live on the Internet Saturday.
You can read more on that game by clicking the link.
Wednesday, the WVSSAC announced that the Huntington High School matchup against George Washington High School will also be streamed live.
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday at Huntington's Bob Sang Stadium.
The West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission (WVSSAC) teamed up with the National Federation Network and Play On Sports to stream athletic competitions across the state.
"We're especially proud of this year's team," says Greg Webb, Principal of Huntington High School. "This team has shown tremendous dedication and has worked hard toward achieving their goals. We are very appreciative of the WVSSAC's efforts to spotlight their accomplishments."
There is a subscription that viewers will have to pay. It is $9.95 for a day pass, $14.95 for a monthly pass, $49.95 for a season pass, and $89.95 for an annual pass.
You can tune in to watch the game by clicking the link.
For more information about Huntington High School, you may contact the school by calling (304) 528-6400.