Don Bauder 5:30 p.m., March 27
The High School Red Zone has returned for the 2012 high school football season. For the fifth straight year, the Red Zone will be the San Diego Reader’s home for high school football and provide in-depth coverage from throughout the San Diego Section.
The 2012 football season kicks off Aug. 31 and Red Zone coverage will start later this month with season previews of some of the top teams in the section. Here’s what to look for once the season gets underway:
The camera is rolling if the Red Zone is at a game, shooting highlights in 720p high-definition. The Red Zone’s YouTube channel has 82 videos from the 2008-2011 seasons, including 31 from last year. Below are the top 10 plays from the 2011 season:
During the season the Red Zone will post new content multiple times per week, including:
Game Coverage/Scoreboard On Fridays and Saturdays, coverage of the Game of the Week, other assorted games and a scoreboard with all of the results
Feature/Opinion Stories Highlighting unique teams and players throughout the season or offering the Red Zone’s view on an issue
Top 10 On Sunday nights, the Red Zone ranks the top teams in the section. Defending Division II section and state champion Helix will begin the season No. 1.
High Five Each Monday, a preview of the five best games of the week ahead – including the Game of the Week
Best Pics On the first Tuesday of each month, the Red Zone picks the top five pictures from the previous month’s action
Quick Outs Periodical quick-hitting opinions on a topic related to high school football in San Diego
The Red Zone is on Twitter and Facebook. Follow or like the Red Zone for breaking high school football news and score updates during the season – we have 104 fans and 141 followers as the 2012 season kicks off.
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See you on the sidelines at high schools around the section this season.