FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
See photos from area football matchups featuring Petersburg from Thursday and Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie and Matoaca from Friday!
Check out photos from all the local football games this week
Colonial Heights cheerleaders pump up the crowd with assistance from a few elementary-aged cheerleaders at a football game against Park View at home on Friday night. Colonial Heights defeated Park View 23-14. See the game recap on page B4!
Petersburg Football’s Upton Bailey (#1) and Zyshawn White celebrate the first of White’s two receiving touchdowns in the Crimson Wave’s 50-8 win over George Wythe on Thursday night.
The Dinwiddie captains walk to the coin toss before the match-up against Salem on Friday. Dinwiddie won 27-20. See the full game story on page B4!
A few Tussing Tigers make a spirited lap around the football field alongside North and Lakeview Elementary School students as part of the school system’s annual “Elementary School Night” on Friday.
Members of Matoaca Cheer perform a chant prior to the start of the Warriors’ varsity home football game versus Varina.
Members of the Dinwiddie Marching Band perform for the first time in their new uniforms during halftime of the football team’s game against Salem on Friday.
The Matoaca Color Guard and Marching Band perform during halftime of the Warriors’ varsity football game versus Varina, who won 48-0. See more coverage of the game on page B4.
The Petersburg Crimson Wave Marching Band plays the National Anthem prior to the start of Petersburg Football’s 2018 home opener versus George Wythe.
A member of the Dinwiddie color guard performs during halftime of the football team’s game against Salem on Friday.
Matoaca Football’s players get ready to storm the field and sideline prior to the start of Friday’s home game versus Varina.
The Marching Colonials perform during halftime at Colonial Heights Football’s game against Park View at home on Friday night.
Petersburg Cheer’s cheerleaders cheer on the varsity football team during its Thursday night home opener versus George Wythe.