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Send high school sports videos for a weekly top 10 highlight reel on BMTN

Send highlight videos to highlights@bringmethenews.com.

With your help, Bring Me The News hopes to launch a new high school sports feature to present the most electrifying sports highlights every week. 

All you have to do is have your camera or cellphone recording when a great play happens and then email it to highlights@bringmethenews.com. It's that simple! 

Zero Week of the high school football season is already in the books, with the rest of the state's hundreds of prep football teams taking the field Thursday and Friday for the official start of the season, which unlike last year, will allow fans in the stands. 

But this isn't just about football. We want tennis, volleyball, soccer, cross country, and swimming and diving highlights and great moments, too. 

You send the highlights and we'll turn it into a weekly top 10 highlight reel to help put deserving student-athletes in the spotlight. 

We'll be watching and waiting to see what Minnesota brings to the table. Good luck! 

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