WHEELING, W.Va. — The Super Six kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday with the Class AA final — the first of three high school football championships to be played this weekend at Wheeling Island Stadium.
Each of the three games will air live on www.wvmetronews.com with a video and radio broadcast. The three title games will also be shown live on AT&T SportsNet.
The Class AA title game between No. 2 Independence and No. 16 Fairmont Senior is the lone Friday contest and will air on the primary AT&T SportsNet channel.
At noon Saturday, No. 1 Huntington battles No. 2 Martinsburg in the Class AAA final, which will also air on the primary AT&T SportsNet channel.
The weekend action concludes at 7 p.m. Saturday when No. 4 Ritchie County clashes with No. 6 Williamstown in the Class A title game, which will air on AT&T SportsNet to start, before moving to the secondary AT&T SportsNet channel at 9 p.m.
The secondary AT&T SportsNet channel can be accessed at the following channel numbers based on cable services: Altice/Suddenlink: Channel 20 in Beckley, Charleston, Cheylan, Logan, Kermit, Marietta, New Martinsville, Parkersburg, Prestonburg, Princeton, St. Albans, St. Mary’s, Wirt; Channel 15 in Pomeroy and Spencer; Channel 85 in Buckhannon, Elkins, Shinnston, Sissonville; Charter/Spectrum: Channel 246 or 801 in Clarksburg; Comcast: Channel 262 or 1258 in the Keystone Region (Northern West Virginia); DIRECTV: Channel 659-1 in the entire AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh territory; Hardy Telecommunications: Channel 224 in Moorefield area; and Spruce Knob Seneca Rocks Telephone: Channel 14 or 514 in Riverton and Seneca Rocks.
All three title game will also be shown live on the ‘MetroNewsPrep’ Facebook page.
Each championship matchup will re-air next week on AT&T SportsNet as well as on Christmas day.