Northern Vance is the only area team at home Friday as the Vikings host Ravenscroft.
Football season kicks off Friday with three area schools in action.
Northern Vance was a set away Wednesday from its first win over Southern Vance since 2011.
Kerr-Vance Academy opened its home varsity soccer season with a 10-0 win against Ridgecroft of Ahoskie on Tuesday.
Northern Vance and Southern Vance each entered fall sports with new athletic directors.
Northern Vance opened its soccer season Monday with a 1-0 win at Northern Nash.
Lorenzo Ortiz debuted for Kerr-Vance Academy in the Greenfield Cup with five goals and two assists.
Kerr-Vance Academy’s new boys basketball coach is former Wake Forest guard Taron Downey, a 2000 J.F. Webb graduate.
For the first time since Hertford County did it in 2011, a team from outside of the area celebrated with Southern Vance’s Pigskin Jamboree trophy.
The Bears took back the crown Saturday, outlasting Warren County in the goal line competition to give the Bears their third Pigskin title in five seasons.
Hertford quarterback J.J. Gatling found the right side of the end zone with his feet before completing a two-point conversion pass to clinch the win in the extra session of the final.
Less than a week before opening night, six football teams will scrimmage today at Southern Vance High in the annual Pigskin Jamboree.