High school coverage: Here's what to expect for Northeast Florida in 2021-22

Clayton Freeman
Florida Times-Union
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Ed White quarterback Isiah Teal (10) drops back to pass against Mandarin during a 2020 high school football game.

From the gridiron in fall to the diamond in spring, another year of high school sports is almost here for Jacksonville and Northeast Florida.

The players are ready. The coaches are ready. The officials are ready.

The Times-Union will be following along every step of the way — and there's never been a better time to pick up a subscription.

Already here is the crunch of the shoulder pads in high school football, where reigning Class 3A champion Trinity Christian heads a pack of dozens of Jacksonville-area programs aiming to lift Florida High School Athletic Association trophies this December.

The Times-Union will be tracking the latest news from across the gridiron, from the top performers on the statistics scene to the updates from recruiting scene that includes several of the most sought-after prospects in America.

But the Times-Union's high school coverage doesn't begin and end with football.

And don't forget the First Coast Varsity Weekly feature, spanning the region to cover the highs and lows of today's sports world, while highlighting the stars of the future and recalling the memorable moments from the past.

It's all here with a Times-Union subscription. Find out how to get one at https://www.jacksonville.com/subscribenow.

Here's a look at the kinds of stories you can expect during the coming year:

Football: Paxon set to banish decades of football heartbreak

BasketballWith rising newcomers, Bishop Kenny girls pursue long-lasting basketball dynasty

BasketballEagle eye: Episcopal chases records, playoffs with 3-point attack

Soccer:'Priceless': Bolstered by community rally, Ribault soccer enters future with new uniforms

Baseball: Final 2021 high school season statistics

First Coast Varsity Weekly: Gateway run memorable for Fletcher

Readers who have already subscribed can continue to expect the subscriber-only sports content throughout the new 2021-22 year.

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