Don't miss a game: Watch NH high school football action live on NH1.com
High school football season is back and NH1 News has partnered with local film maker Bill Rogers to bring the action to you live.
Starting Friday, Sept. 1, NH1 News will air 10 action packed games featuring some of your favorite New Hampshire high school teams.
First up is Spaulding (Rochester) at Portsmouth.
Portsmouth coach Brian Pafford told NH1 News that the Clippers are in a "rebuilding" year and will face some considerable challenges in Division I this year with a lot of sophomores stepping in.
The top New Hampshire division has some big kids and squads with some topping 75 compared to Portsmouth's 45. Another challenge is that Quarterback Cody Graham is waiting to be medically cleared to play after knee surgery.
He'll be standing on the sidelines for Friday's opener versus Spaulding. On the plus side, according to Portsmouth Athletic Dirctor Rus Wilson, their line looks strong.
The game kicks off at 7 p.m.
Here's the lineup for entire season.
FRIDAY 9/1, 7PM – SPAULDING (ROCHESTER) AT PORTSMOUTH
FRIDAY 9/8, 7PM – BISHOP GUERTIN AT MERRIMACK
SUNDAY 9/17, 7PM – EPPING/NEWMARKET AT SOMERSWORTH
FRIDAY 9/22, 7PM – LONDONDERRY AT PINKERTON
SATURDAY 9/23, 2PM – BOW AT PLYMOUTH
SATURDAY 9/30, 6:30PM – EXETER AT BEDFORD
SATURDAY 10/7, 2PM – KENNETT AT BOW
FRIDAY 10/13, 7PM – INTERLAKES / MOULTONBORO AT STEVENS
FRIDAY 10/20, 7PM – NASHUA NORTH AT SALEM
FRIDAY 10/27, 7PM – PORTSMOUTH AT DOVER
Games can be watched live at NH1.com or on the NH1 News Network's Facebook page. They also are available to watch after the live airing.
Rogers is a media arts teacher in Rochester and executive director of the Coruway Film Institute. He is a fan of high school sports and has previously streamed basketball and hockey games with the support of local businesses. His work can be found on the Institute's YouTube page.