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Saraland-Foley high school football: How to watch, live score updates (9/29/2023)

Like wide receivers? This Alabama game features two of the best in the country in Ryan Williams (Saraland) and Perry Thompson (Foley)

Five-star wide receivers Ryan Williams and Perry Thompson have been highlight machines this season in Alabama high school football.

They'll play each other Friday, Sept. 29, in a game streaming live on the NFHS Network when Williams and Saraland host Thompson and Foley

Both are among the top recruits in their class regardless of position, and they're committed to rival in-state colleges.

Williams, a junior, has already committed to Alabama, while Thompson, a senior, flipped from the Crimson Tide to Auburn in July.

Saraland enters the game undefeated and ranked No. 15 in the national SBLive/Sports Illustrated Top 25, while Foley has lost two straight after a 2-0 start. 

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What: The Saraland Spartans (5-0) face off with the Foley Lions (2-2)

When: 5 p.m. PT, 8 p.m. ET on Friday, September 29

Where: Saraland High School | Saraland, Alabama

How to watch live stream online: You can watch this game live on the NFHS Network

Buy tickets: You can purchase tickets here to see the game in person

Live score updates: Follow the game on SBLive Sports for live score updates

Saraland (Alabama)

Saraland started its season with a thrilling 31-30 overtime win over Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee) on ESPN, and the Spartans have been getting better every week since.

In a 66-0 win over Robertsdale last week, junior JJ Lacey completed 11 of 15 passes for 179 yards and five touchdowns, and seniors Camron Laffitte and Jermaine Paramore each had three tackles for loss.

Saraland has outscored its four in-state opponents 216-16.

Foley (Alabama)

Foley is coming off a bye week after two straight losses, its most recent being a 51-44 shootout at home against Baker.

Perry Thompson made big plays on offense and defense, but future Auburn teammate Bryce Cain got the better of him at wide receiver.

(Feature photo by Mickey Welsh / Advertiser / USA TODAY NETWORK)

-- Mike Swanson | swanson@scorebooklive | @sblivesports