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Eagles finish non-district slate with Titans

Eagles finish non-district slate with Titans

Franklin County sophomore defensive end Andrew Kenzie (No. 50) battles a Liberty Christian Academy (LCA) foe one-on-one during a recent regular-season game contested at C.I. (Cy) Dillon Stadium-Fred M. Brown Memorial Field.

ROANOKE—Franklin County concludes non-district regular-season football play tonight when the Eagles face Hidden Valley.

Kickoff is 7 p.m. at Dwight Bogle Stadium.

The series between the two rivals goes on hiatus after the contest. In 2023, Brookville replaces Hidden Valley on Franklin County’s schedule.

The Eagles (2-2) will attempt to attain their first winning streak of the 2020 campaign.

Franklin County opened with a win at Bassett, then suffered bck-to-back home setbacks to Salem and Liberty Chriastian Academy before routing Magna Vista, 40-0 Last week.

Eagles sideline boss JR Edwards was the head coach at Hidden Valley and guided the Titans to the state semifinals during his tenure.

Edwards left Hidden Valley to become an assistant coach at Salem, then he departed the Spartans’ program to become the Eagles head coach.

The Eagles are off next week, then they open Blue Ridge District play against Staunton River in two weeks.

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