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Boston City TV's 'Mayor's Game of the Week' schedule released

Posted by Justin Rice  August 29, 2012 04:11 PM

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Boston City TV and Boston Neighborhood Network released this fall's slate of 'Mayor Menino's Game of the Week.'

The broadcasts of the Boston City League football games will be aired live on Boston City TV (Comcast channel 24, RCN channel 13) and replayed on Sundays at noon and Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.

The games will also be aired regularly on BNN (Comcast channel 23, RCN channel 83).

All the games can also be viewed anytime online at www.cityofboston.gov/gameoftheweek

The schedule (which is subject to change) is as follows:

7-Sep Fri. New Mission vs. Dorchester White Stadium 3:30 PM

14-Sep Fri. Burke vs. Charlestown Charlestown High School 6:00 PM

21-Sep Fri. Martha's Vineyard vs. Brighton White Stadium 6:00 PM

28-Sep Fri. West Roxbury vs. Madison Park Madison Park High School 3:30 PM

5-Oct Fri. Concord-Carlisle vs. Boston Latin School White Stadium 6:30 PM

12-Oct Fri. West Roxbury vs. Burke White Stadium 3:00 PM

19-Oct Fri. English vs. Madison Park Madison Park High School 3:30 PM

26-Oct Fri. Brighton vs. Charlestown Charlestown High School 6:00 PM

2-Nov Fri. East Boston vs. Brighton White Stadium 6:30 PM

9-Nov. Fri. Latin Academy vs. O'Bryant Madison Park High School 6:30 PM

16-Nov Fri. Madison Park vs. Dorchester White Stadium 3:30 PM

22-Nov Thurs. South Boston vs. East Boston White Stadium 9:30 AM
(Thanksgiving Day)
27-Nov. Tues. MIAA Playoff Game TBD TBD

1-Dec. Sat. MIAA Super Bowl* TBD TBD

* Pending a Super Bowl birth by a BPS Football Team

**Game dates/times are subject to change due to weather and team schedule changes.

Justin A. Rice covers Boston Public school athletics. He can be reached at jrice.globe@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter @GlobeJustinRice or @BPSspts.

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