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Ravens Rise High School Game Of The Week

Ravens RISE High School Game of the Week 

This season, the Baltimore Ravens and The Baltimore Sun will recognize one local high school football game each week as their "Ravens RISE High School Game of the Week." A preview of the game will be featured in the paper and online each Friday, with a photo gallery from the game posted following the matchup. (The Baltimore Sun will host a poll for fans and schools to vote for their favorite game.) The chosen matchup will also receive a visit to the game from the Ravens Cheerleaders and team mascot, Poe, and both participating schools will be awarded a donation to their respective athletic programs.

Kicking off the first highlighted game tonight (Friday, Sept. 5), the Franklin Indians (Reisterstown, Md.) travel to the Calvert Hall Cardinals (Towson, Md.) for a 7 p.m. kickoff. The Indians enter the season as defending Maryland Class 3A State Champions, while Calvert Hall looks to continue its early-season success following a 47-0 win over Irvine (Calif.) High School last weekend. One of two blemishes on Franklin's record last season came at the hands of the Cardinals in a 28-14 defeat. Tonight's full game preview can be seen here.  

Voting for next weekend's Ravens RISE High School Game of the Week is open now and can be found by visiting The voting will close next Tuesday (Sept. 9). Week 2 game options include:

  • Poly vs. Patterson (at Morgan State) (Sept. 12 at 5 p.m.)
  • Old Mill at Arundel (Sept. 12 at 6:30 p.m.)
  • Hereford at Milford Mill (Sept. 13 at 1 p.m.) 

This initiative is just one piece of the Ravens' new football outreach program, Ravens RISE. With programs for all football players in Maryland, from youth to high school, Ravens RISE provides an opportunity to "Play Like A Raven" all year long through clinics, tournaments, grants, ticket donations, and exclusive opportunities to play at M&T Bank Stadium and interact with Ravens players and coaches. To learn more about Ravens RISE, go to

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