AUSTIN (KXAN) - High school football players across the state are getting set to take to the gridiron as the start of another season is just days away.
KBVO, your local sports station, kicks off another exciting season of high school football on Thursday, August 29th at 7:30 p.m. when McCallum takes on Anderson.
You can also stream the games live on KXAN.com.
KBVO can be found on the following local cable channels:
AT&T - SD: 7/HD: 1007
DirecTV - SD: 51/HD: 51
Dish Network - SD: 51/HD: 5185
Grande - SD: 18/HD: 818
Northland Cable - SD: 95/HD: 101
Suddenlink - SD: 15/HD: 725
Time Warner - SD: 7/HD: 1525
Over the Air - 14.1
KBVO will produce and air 11 high school football games live in high definition every Thursday night and will also stream live on KXAN.com. KXAN Sports Director, Roger Wallace along with Steve Gideon will provide play by play and analysis.
SEC Football is back on KBVO beginning Saturday, August 31st when Toledo takes on Florida. All games will air at 11 a.m.
KBVO’s Big Game High School Football Schedule
- Aug. 29 - McCallum vs. Anderson (7:30 p.m.)
- Sept. 5 - Bowie vs. Westwood (7 p.m.)
- Sept. 12 - Bowie vs. Round Rock (7:30 p.m.)
- Sept. 19 - McNeil vs. Austin High (7:30 p.m.)
- Sept. 26 - Lake Travis vs. Austin High (7:30 p.m.)
- Oct. 3 - Hendrickson vs. Stony Point (7 p.m.)
- Oct. 10 - Manor vs. Elgin (7 p.m.)
- Oct. 17 - Travis vs. McCallum (7:30 p.m.)
- Oct. 24 - LBJ vs. McCallum (7:30 p.m.)
- Oct. 31 - Elgin vs. Bastrop (7 p.m.)
- Nov. 7 - Cedar Ridge vs. McNeil (7 p.m.)
*Schedule subject to change
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