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According to HSSLiveNow.com press release, Brian Thomas of Musselman High School Football will lead the North Bears while the assistant coaches are Matt Altobello of Moorefield, Paul Burdette of Roane County and Aaron Rule of Hampshire. Brad Dingess of Spring Valley High School will guide the McNary vs Lakeridge Football. Assistant coaches include Billy Seals of Huntington, Ray Brooks of Huntington and Trevor Stacy of Spring Valley.
The teams are made up of 37 players each as they compete to bring home bragging rights for their part of the state.
Spring games are always fun and when you can bring in the number of players this game does it is a must-watch.
McNary vs Lakeridge live stream is deep in football tradition and this game should be a good one on Friday afternoon.
The stars will be out and the lights will be bright Friday as No. 7 Centennial (Corona, Calif.) host No. 2 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) at 7:30 p.m. on Bally Sports SoCal.
Since the start of the 2021 season, Centennial has only lost one game and it was to Mater Dei 21-16 in the 2021 Southern Section semifinals. It was the closest game of the season for the Monarchs, who went on to finish 15-0 and win the MaxPreps National Championship.
Mater Dei is looking for its second straight win over a top 10 nationally ranked team after storming back from a 14-point second half deficit to beat No. 6 Bishop Gorman and leave Las Vegas with a 24-21 victory on Friday.
Down 21-7 in the third, junior quarterback Elijah Brown tossed two of his three touchdowns in the second half to Marcus Brown and Marcus Harris to tie the game up. On defense a pair of four-star linebackers in sophomore Nasir Wyatt and senior Leviticus Su’a each came up with sacks to stall Bishop Gorman drives late in the game and keep the Gaels off the scoreboard.
Centennial took down Santiago (Corona, Calif.) and Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) by a combined score of 127-7 to start the season. Against Cathedral, Huskies junior running back Cornell Hatcher Jr. went off for a 200-yard, four-touchdown rushing day.