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Options abound to follow your favorite football teams

By print, TV, radio, online, gridiron coverage is expensive

Once again, local high school football fans need only have an internet connection or access to a radio to keep track of their favorite teams.

Besides the Mail Tribune’s in-depth coverage of the local prep football scene through articles, statistics, photo galleries and video — it’s all accessible at mailtribune.com – local radio stations will broadcast games every weekend, Table Rock Sports will offer live video feeds and ABC’s local affiliate, KDRV, will broadcast one game a week on TV.

The radio offerings are abundant.

North Medford football games will be broadcast on The Game, which airs on 96.1-FM and 580-AM as well as TheGame541.com.

South Medford football games will air on News Media KCMX, which airs on 99.5-FM and 880-AM as well as kcmxam.com.

Matt Bagley will be on the call for North Medford games for a fifth straight year, and Kyle Clements will be in the booth for South Medford games for a fourth year.

The networks plan to broadcast all North and South football games, including road games and the state playoffs.

The Game will also air Oregon State football games, Seattle Seahawks games, three NFL prime-time games — Monday, Thursday and Sunday nights — every week, NFL playoff games and the Super Bowl.

San Francisco 49ers games will air on KBOY 95.7-FM, while Oregon Ducks football games can be found on News Media KCMX.

Table Rock Sports, which can be found at tablerocksports.net, airs free live video streams featuring South Medford, North Medford, Grants Pass, Crater, St. Mary’s, Phoenix and select Skyline Conference games from Klamath Falls. All video streams start 15 minutes prior to kickoff. Fall coverage runs Tuesday through Saturday and includes football, boys and girls soccer and volleyball action.

For a second straight year, Mail Tribune sports editor Kris Henry will partner with Carmine Gemei and Tyler Myerly of KTVL News 10 this fall for Friday Night Football. The postgame analysis and highlight show begins at 11:15 on Friday nights as the Mail Tribune joins forces with Channel 10.