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Check out our new 'PREP FOOTBALL' tab

The new feature will allow web readers to see all our coverage of high school football

PORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JOHN LARIVIERE - Central Catholic High senior Brady Breeze and the Rams will chase a third consecutive Class 6A  championship in 2015.There hasn’t been one kickoff yet.

Not one pass thrown, tackle made or helmet knocked against another in the upcoming 2015 high school football season.

But if that makes you think that our state’s best high school football players haven’t been getting after it, you would be oh so wrong — and we can prove it.PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - Beaverton High senior quarterback Sam Noyer and the Beavers hope to make a long run in the Class 6A playoffs.

Check out the new 'PREP FOOTBALL' tab on our website — you can see it by hovering over the Sports tab — and you will see high school football stories and photos by the sports editors, reporters and photographers from 19 newspapers within our company, including those in Beaverton, Canby, Clackamas, Forest Grove, Hillsboro, Gresham, Lake Oswego, Molalla, Newberg, Oregon City, Portland, Sandy, Scappoose, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin, West Linn, Wilsonville and Woodburn.

Besides all the stories already on the page, there will be more — much more — as we approach the start of the 2015 season, including team and league previews, features on some of the state's best players and more.

And once the 2015 season kicks off for real, you can look for same-day coverage of each week's games from all our company's high school sports editors and reporters.

As always, you’ll still be able to find stories on your local high school teams on the regular sports tab on the website, but those stories — along with all the others created elsewhere within our company — will also appear on the new PREP FOOTBALL tab.

Our goal here is to provide the best and most comprehensive high school football coverage in the state. And because we know that many high school football fans are interested in more than just coverage of their local team, this new tab will open the door for readers to see all the high school football stories and photos that our sports editors, reporters and photographers create.

Jamborees are scheduled to begin on Aug. 27, with week one games to follow for most of the state’s teams on Sept. 4.