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More schools reschedule Friday night football as Harvey's rains arrive

Remnant moisture from Hurricane Harvey will approach the Tri-State by the end of the week, possibly disrupting high school football games in the area. (Source: WXIX) Remnant moisture from Hurricane Harvey will approach the Tri-State by the end of the week, possibly disrupting high school football games in the area. (Source: WXIX)
Remnant moisture from Hurricane Harvey will approach the Tri-State by the end of the week, possibly disrupting high school football games in the area. (Source: WXIX) Remnant moisture from Hurricane Harvey will approach the Tri-State by the end of the week, possibly disrupting high school football games in the area. (Source: WXIX)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Heavy rains a la Hurricane Harvey that hit the Tri-State Friday morning are prompting more high schools to reschedule Friday Night Football.

Elder and Milford schools both announced they were moving games to Saturday.  Elder now kicks off at 4:30 p.m. and Milford plays at 7 p.m.

Bellevue Independent Schools and the Newport Independent School District changed this week's varsity football games and the Moeller game vs. Trinity (Ky.) will now be played at 1 p.m. Saturday.

The match-up between Highlands and Scott County was Thursday at Georgetown College.

The Bellevue vs. Bishop Brossart game is being moved to Thursday at 7 p.m. at Gilligan Stadium. A volleyball game is also being moved.

Newport's game in Owen County has also been moved to Thursday.

Rain and thunderstorm chances are in the forecast this weekend. Click or tap here for a complete forecast.

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