The Calistoga High football team will play at least one more game this season.
The school announced on Tuesday that the previously canceled regular-season finale against Roseland Collegiate Prep, originally scheduled for Nov. 1, will now be played this Friday, Nov. 8, at Calistoga High at 6 p.m.
The game was canceled last week due to effects from the Kincade Fire, as was the Wildcats’ penultimate regular-season game against Stuart Hall on Oct. 26.
The North Coast Section announced last week that it would extend the football season by a week to allow schools to make up games that had been canceled or postponed due to the fire.
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Before the extension, the final day of play for NCS football was Nov. 2. It is now Nov. 9.
Playoff applications are also now due Nov. 9 at 10 p.m. and the seeding meeting will be held Nov. 10.
At 4-3 overall and 0-2 in the North Central League III South, Calistoga will need to apply for an at-large bid even if it wins on Friday. The Wildcats are 3-2 against other NCS Division 6 teams this season and could bolster their resume with a win over Roseland Collegiate, another Division 6 school in the section.