Boyle County game day essentials
Boyle County fans are counting down the hours until game time when the Rebels get their chance at a seventh football championship. In case you’re tired of watching the second hand, here’s some information you can use to follow the Class 4A final between Boyle and Allen County-Scottsville whether you’re going to Bowling Green or staying behind:
Game time: 8 p.m. Friday. (Stadium gates open at 7 p.m.)
Site: Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green. (Click here for directions and a local map.)
Tickets: $10 for general admission seats, good for any seat in the stadium except chairbacks. (Chairback seats may be available for an additional charge.) Boyle is the visiting team, so its bench will be on the north side of the stadium, the same side as the press box. (Click here for stadium diagram.)
Parking: Should be available throughout the WKU campus, especially after 6 p.m. Some lots closest to the stadium may be reserved for pass-holders; garages on either side of E.A. Diddle Arena may charge a fee. (Click here for a parking map and info.)
Radio broadcast: WRNZ-FM (105.1) in Danville, WWKU-AM (1450) in Bowling Green, WVLE-FM (99.5) in Scottsville.
Video/television: There is no live video broadcast or webcast. The KHSAA will make a delayed webcast of each state finals game available two hours after it ends. (Click here to reach the video link.) A delayed broadcast will also air on CWKYT in Lexington (digital channel 27.2, Time Warner Cable channel 99) at 3 p.m. Saturday.
Live stats: Available through the KHSAA once the game begins. (Click here for live stats.)
Game info: Rosters, depth charts, statistics and playoff brackets for all six state finals games are available through the KHSAA. (Click here for the links to all games.)
Newspaper coverage: Read about the game through coverage in the Advocate and in the Daily News of Bowling Green. (Click here for the Advocate’s game preview; click here for more Advocate coverage; click here for a Daily News story on Boyle; click here for a Daily News story on AC-S; click here for a Daily News story on finals weekend.)
Scouting the opponent: The Allen County-Scottsville football boosters maintain a page for their team that might be a good as any in the state. It includes stats, historical data, records and more. (Click here to reach the AC-S football page.)