WSFA 12 News to air all six football finals - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

WSFA 12 News to air all six football finals

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - WSFA 12 News is proud to announce it will air each of the six state finals games on television including the 6A State Championship game between the Prattville Lions and the Hoover Bucs.

Three games will air each day Thursday and Friday at 11:00am ON DIGITAL CHANNEL 12.2. *The Prattville vs. Hoover game will be simulcast on the main WSFA 12 News channel.

 

Thursday 12/3

11:00am - Piedmont Panthers vs. Cordova Blue Devils (3A)

3:00pm - Brantley Bulldogs vs. Hackleburg Panthers (1A)

7:00pm - Demopolis Tigers vs. Russellville Tigers (5A)

 

Friday 12/4

11:00am - Jackson Aggies vs. Cherokee County (4A)

3:00pm - Reeltown Rebels vs. Clay County Panthers (2A)

7:00pm - Hoover Bucs vs. Prattville Lions (6A) 

 

UPDATE: We've recieved a lot of calls and emails from viewers who are not able to get 12.2 in some areas. Everyone with an over-the-air antenna should be able to pick up our digital channels with a simple channel rescan. 12.2 is also available on many cable providers, though not all. If your cable provider isn't listed below, we suggest you call them and ask for 12.2. We've given every cable operator the right to carry our signal!

12.2 is available on:

Charter of Montgomery/Prattville/Selma/Alex City channel 136

Knology of Montgomery/Prattville channel 121

Brighthouse of Wetumpka/Greenville channel 213

Brighthouse of Eufaula channel 228

Brighthouse of Slocomb channel 216

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