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Halftime activities this season include 'High School Quarterback Challenge'

Each game to feature quarterbacks and wide receivers from two Wisconsin high schools


The Packers Halftime Break this season will again feature the High School Quarterback Challenge, presented by HPE and Camera Corner, with the first matchup to be held at Friday's preseason game against the Cleveland Browns.

Now in its second year, the contest includes an on-field competition between two Wisconsin high schools, offering a quarterback and two wide receivers from each school the opportunity to demonstrate their passing and catching skills to the fans at Lambeau Field.

Each school will have two attempts to complete a pass, with both receivers from each school having the chance to catch. Whichever team completes the longest pass will win the competition and a $500 donation from HPE and Camera Corner for their school.

The teams featured Friday are from Indian Trail High School and Academy in Kenosha, Wis., and Oak Creek High School in Oak Creek, Wis. Both teams are part of the WIAA's Southeast Conference.

More information about the High School Quarterback Challenge and other gameday promotions can be found at

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