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High school football season has officially kicked off, which means the glow of Friday night lights and the smell of stadium nachos and popcorn are filling the air.

BubbleLife is pumped for a new year of football, but we’re covering 60 neighborhoods. When you put together each high school in each community, you end up with a lot of football, along with all the other exciting fall sports, to cover.

That’s why we want your help in covering high school football, volleyball, cross country, lacrosse, hockey, gymnastics, tennis, rowing crew, wrestling and basketball, when it rolls around later this fall.

The members of your community are hungry for football updates, and your submissions will offer your writing—and most importantly, the student athletes—exposure in the neighborhood. Between our thousands of subscribers and daily website visitors, you will have tons of neighbors reading your high school fall sports recaps. And, you give us another reason to celebrate the hard-working and talented students in your community! It’s a win-win for everyone.

Anyone can write (don’t worry, we have an editing staff that gives it a good read and edit before publishing), and scores, highlights, videos and photos are welcome!

To post to your individual neighborhood, just click “Submit Story,” which is one of the three blue buttons on the upper right hand side of your BubbleLife community’s home page, and log in to your account. Then, write away, upload your visual content, write a headline and click publish! It’s that simple.

Finally, look for your story in the BubbleLife newsletter to which you subscribe and on your neighborhood website. Once it’s officially published by our editorial team, you can share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, whatever!

Happy sports writing, BubbleLife readers!

Angela is an Aggie grad, thrilled to be working for BubbleLife covering the Park Cities, Preston Hollow, Lake Highlands and several other neighborhoods in the area. When she's not writing and reporting for BubbleLife, she contributes to TexasMonthly.com, MediaBistro.com, drinks lots of coffee, reads, and goes to concerts in Dallas. Angela has worked for CBS alum and legendary newsman Dan Rather, lived and worked in New York City, Austin, and Dallas, all before the age of 22. - Contact Angela at