By Gaylen Duskey

According to Calhoun County High School football coach Bryan Sterns, no decision has been made on whether or not to postpone the Clay at Calhoun football game scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. at Mount Zion.

Sterns said the decision would not be made until sometime Friday.

"We're going to see what the weather does and go from there," he said.

"Obviously if there is flooding and people can't get to the game safely we'll hold off on in."

If the game is not played Friday it will be played Monday night, Sterns said.

"We talked about moving the game up (to Thursday) but after talking with Clay County people decided not to," he said. "It was just to quick a turn-around to get the information out to the media."

Both teams go into the game with perfect 3-0 records. Calhoun is fourth-ranked among Class A schools and Clay is second-ranked among Class AA schools.

The uncertainty surrounding the date of play is the problematicv weather headed towards the area with the remnants of Hurricane Ivan.

Some weather forcasts predict 4-8 inches of rain as a possibility and Calhoun and Clay counties are both under flood watches.