WLJA Game of the Week Schedule Update: Cherokee County High School Football
CANTON, GA – Catch your team in action on Friday nights with WLJA 101.1 FM’s live broadcast of the Game of the Week! With six Cherokee County teams to cover, the broadcast team chooses the top-matched game of each week throughout the season. Hear Will, Arthur, Dave, & Zakk on Friday nights starting at 6:30 p.m. live on WLJA 101.1 FM and streaming on WLJAradio.com. Follow WLJA 101.1 FM Sports on Twitter and Facebook for regular updates and announcements. WLJA is an official affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, UGA football, and Cherokee, Pickens, and Gilmer County sports and is a division of Tri-State Communications.
The Game of the Week broadcasting schedule has changed:
Friday, October 21
Etowah High School (Home) vs. Allatoona High School
Location: 6565 Putnam Ford Drive, Woodstock GA 30189
Friday, October 28
River Ridge High School (Home) vs. Etowah High School
Location: 400 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock GA 30188
Cherokee County Football Blitz Podcast
For even more Cherokee County football coverage, check out the Cherokee County Football Blitz podcast with hosts Will Cooper and Art Mosley of WLJA as they keep you up-to-date with everything you need to know about High School Football in Cherokee County. From game recaps and previews to coaches’ interviews, the guys will get you ready for the games every week.
On this week’s episode, Will and Art review all three Cherokee County football games that took place last Friday and preview the four games taking place on Friday, October 21, including the Cherokee County Game of the Week as the Etowah Eagles host the Allatoona Buccaneers. Featuring interviews with Coach Matt Kemper from Etowah and Coach Gary Varner from Allatoona.
Friday Night Lights
In our annual Cherokee County High School Football Special Edition, we’re shining a spotlight on six of Cherokee County’s most talented players as we kick off high school football season in the glow of those Friday night lights. Read more…
The Man Behind the Mic
Friday night football is a hallmark of hometowns across the South with cheering crowds, stadium lights, and often the sound of “Touchdown!” being called from the broadcaster’s booth. Cherokee County’s fall Friday nights are no different. Amid the crowd’s cheers and the clashing of helmets, you’re likely to hear WLJA’s broadcast team led by Will Cooper, a local young man with a heart for the game. Read more…