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High School football kicks off: Send us your photos!

Servite High School (Anaheim) football players communicate plays to their teammates during the season opener against Bishop Amat High School (La Puente).
Servite High School (Anaheim) football players communicate plays to their teammates during the season opener against Bishop Amat High School (La Puente).
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Servite High School (Anaheim) football players communicate plays to their teammates during the season opener against Bishop Amat High School (La Puente).
Servite students in the "Dog Pound" attempt to distract Bishop Amat from scoring a field goal.
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Servite High School (Anaheim) football players communicate plays to their teammates during the season opener against Bishop Amat High School (La Puente).
The first game of the season pits two Division 1 Southern California football powerhouses against each other. Final score: Bishop Amat 40, Servite 23.
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Servite High School (Anaheim) football players communicate plays to their teammates during the season opener against Bishop Amat High School (La Puente).
The Bishop Amat drill team performs at the opening football game.
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Servite High School (Anaheim) football players communicate plays to their teammates during the season opener against Bishop Amat High School (La Puente).
The Bishop Amat High School marching band gets the home crowd on their feet with a rendition of LMFAO's "Rock Party Anthem".
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Servite High School (Anaheim) football players communicate plays to their teammates during the season opener against Bishop Amat High School (La Puente).
Bring it on! Servite cheerleaders perform high-flying stunts in the opening game of the season against Bishop Amat High School.
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Summer’s over (possibly forever…or possibly for just another nine months) and it’s Friday. So we’ve got a question for you: Are you ready for some high school football?

Hint: The answer is yes!

And we want to see you in action.

It doesn’t matter if you are (or were) QB One, a mod, a cheerleader or band geek, we want to see photos of you out on the field, up in the stands or behind the bleachers (just keep it clean).

Here's how to send us your Instagram images:
Follow KPCC on Instagram.
• Use the hashtag #FootballLA in your Instagram photo descriptions.

Here's how to send us your Twitter images:
• Tweet or Instagram your photos and hashtag them #FootballLA and we'll post the best of them here.

That's it. We'll find them from there. If you don't use Instagram or Twitter, email your photos to pix@kpcc.org and then check back on the site to see your photos.