For those folks in South Mississippi who can't make the trip to Oxford this weekend to watch the high school football state championships, you'll have a chance to watch the games on TV.
The lone Coast squad playing for a state title this weekend is East Central, which will play Noxubee County for the Class 4A title at 3 p.m. on Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
All state title games, Classes 1A-6A, will be shown on WLOX's Bounce TV station, which is on channel 13.3 via antenna.
For Cable ONE subscribers, Bounce TV is available on channel No. 28.
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Live streaming of the games will also be available online at www.misshsaa.tv, but you are required to pay for a subscription fee of $9.95 a month through the NFHS Network.
Other TV stations carrying the games across the state include WDAM-Bounce (7.3) in Hattiesburg, WAPT-My TV (16.2) in Jackson, WLMT-CW (30.2) in Memphis, WMDN-Bounce (24.2) in Meridian and WCBI-My MS (4.2) in Tupelo.
Tickets for the are $14 at the gate. Tickets for the East Central game are also on sale at the school’s office up until 2 p.m. on Friday.
Title games schedule
11 a.m. — Simmons vs. Nanih Waiya (1A)
3 p.m. — Winona vs. Taylorsville (2A)
7 p.m. — Starkville vs. Pearl (6A
11 a.m. — Yazoo County vs. Jefferson Davis County (3A)
3 p.m. —Noxubee County vs. East Central (4A)
7 p.m. —West Point vs. Hattiesburg (5A)