The Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown is back for another year and the season kicks off with three games on the Eastern Shore for the opening weekend of the season:

Washington at Easton, Sept. 1 at 6:30 p.m.


Snow Hill at Kent Island, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m.

Cambridge-SD at Queen Anne's, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m.

Fans can vote online for their favorite game here. Voting continues through Aug. 29 at 7 p.m.

Each week of the high school football regular season will feature a new selection of three games. The selected game each week will receive visits from the Ravens mascot Poe and Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders* and have their stadium outfitted in Ravens banners and flags. In addition, $1,000 donations will be awarded to each participating school's athletic department, with each team receiving T-shirts to commemorate their experience playing in the Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown.

This fall, more votes will earn more prizes for the winning teams.

5,000,000 Game Votes – Extra $5,000 donation to winning schools' athletic departments: A $2,500 donation will be made to each school in the winning game.

1,000,000 Game Votes – Ravens player appearance: A current or former Raven will sign autographs, take photos and mingle with fans for one hour at the winning game.

750,000 Game Votes – Ravens eyes: The iconic glowing red Ravens eyes will be on display for fan photos prior to the game and during the first half.

500,000 Game Votes – Ravens autographed raffle items: Three raffles will be held during the game for fans to win signed a football, helmet and/or jersey.

250,000 Game Votes – In-game promotions: A field goal kick or suit-up relay race will be held during a quarter break for fans to win Ravens game tickets or an autographed item.

Fans, students and community members can vote early and often, but artificial voting will be monitored and is prohibited.

*Ravens entertainment is subject to change based on availability.

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