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Mount Ida travels to Bald Knob Friday

Mount Ida has picked up a last minute replacement for Week Zero. They will now open the 2020 schedule at Bald Knob.

Bald Knob is a member of the 2-4A Conference. They were 3-7 last season with all three ins coming against conference opponents.

Bald Knob was also a victim of a cancellation this week with Harding Academy. Mount Ida was set to open this week at Danville, but had their game cancelled Monday.

Mount Ida will travel to Bald Knob Friday. Kick off will be at 7 p.m.

Bald Knob can hold 300 visitor fans. All Mount Ida fans need to enter and pay at the visitor gate which is located on the north end of the stadium.

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