~ PVN staff report
LURAY, Oct. 27 — Luray High School Athletic Director Don Ehlers announced Wednesday afternoon that the homecoming football game originally scheduled for Friday night has been moved up one day to Thursday, Oct. 28.
Homecoming festivities also coincide with Senior Night, with senior members of the band, cheer and football squads being recognized beginning at 6:35 p.m. The halftime show will extend 20 minutes to include the presentation of the 2021 LHS Homecoming Court and a performance by the LHS marching band.
The game was moved up a day due to concerns that the “forecast for Friday is not promising,” according to Ehlers. The weather concerns were centered around homecoming festivities.
Set for a 7 p.m. kickoff tomorrow night, the Bulldogs (4-3) will host the Eagles of Clarke County (4-0 Bull Run, 7-1 overall) in a key district match-up. Clarke remains unbeaten in the Bull Run, while the Bulldogs have dropped two straight after a 4-0 start. The PVN Sports crew will be accompanying the NFHS livestream of the Luray/Clarke game in its final broadcast of the football season.
Luray ends their season next Friday at Madison, while Clarke will host Page County in their regular season finale.
Page County High School has also moved their Friday night game to Thursday, as they host Strasburg (6-1) for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
For full schedules, rosters and standings — check out the Bull Run District website.
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