Ben Brewer, Deseret News
The Utah high school football season starts tonight, and as in previous years, Deseret News Sports will stream high school football games from all over the state live on DeseretNews.com
In partnership with Deseret Connect, KSL, YouTube, the Utah High School Activities Association, several individual high schools across the state and our streaming partners, Deseret News Sports presents Watch It!, a dynamic, independent broadcasting platform from which all high school sports and other community events will be streamed this fall.
Among the defining features of the Watch It! platform is a dynamically updating broadcast schedule. Individual games will be added to the broadcast schedule throughout the high school sports season on a daily basis.
Fans of Utah high school sports should bookmark the Watch It! home page and refer to it often.
In addition to all the games that will be streamed tonight, box scores from every high school contest across the state will be posted to DeseretNews.com throughout the evening and into the early hours of the morning.
Deseret News Sports will continue to publish a schedule of games in advance of any high school sports action. These are the games that are confirmed for streaming for Friday, Aug. 23, 2013:
Note: all games start at 7 p.m., and all are non-region games.
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