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WATCH LIVE: #WLOXFNFS returns with prep football coverage

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SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

The long wait is finally over. It’s football season again on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and that means we will be streaming the Friday Night Football Showdown and Post Game Show on WLOX.com starting at 10:15 p.m.

There you will be able to find scores, highlights and stats from all of Friday night’s prep football games. A.J. Giardina and Tyler Bouldin will have guests, coaches and players every week to give you the most comprehensive coverage you can find on the Coast.

Here is a list of the games we will be following tonight:

Biloxi vs. Long Beach at Milner Stadium in Gulfport (Shrimp Bowl Classic)

St. Stanislaus at Gulfport (Shrimp Bowl Classic)

Pascagoula at Moss Point

Vancleave at Stone County

George County at Gautier

Spanish Fort at D’Iberville

Hancock at Pass Christian

Harrison Central at Vicksburg

Ocean Springs at Brandon

St. Martin at Poplarville

West Harrison at Bay High

Resurrection at St. Patrick  

If you’re at any of these games, you can interact with us, send us scores, updates and pictures on Twitter with the hashtag #WLOXFNFS. You can also send game time pictures to pics@wlox.com.

Mobile users can watch the stream here: http://shout.lt/ZzhX

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