Storm chances prompt kickoff time changes for Friday's high school football games in Minnesota

Check the list to see if your game time has been changed.
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Football fans will need to keep an eye on the weather Friday as storms could impact the dozens of high school teams playing season openers throughout Minnesota. 

Because of the storm threat, many schools are opting to play earlier in the day in hopes of completing their game before any stormy weather arrives. 

It's a good idea to double-check the start time of your school's game. 

Here's a list of confirmed start time changes so far. We'll add to this list of tweets if more start times are changed.

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