Packers invite high school teams to send in their highlights for 'Packers High School Plays of the Month' program

Five teams will be featured each month; each team will receive a $500 donation from the Packers  

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The Green Bay Packers are introducing a new program this year to feature Wisconsin high school football teams and shine a light on their greatest plays, the "Packers High School Plays of the Month" program.

The Packers are looking for high school highlight submissions that showcase impressive catches and throws, interceptions, broken tackles, fumble recoveries, and other remarkable plays on offense, defense and special teams.

The top five plays each month, along with information about the teams, location of the game and players involved, will be featured in a video on and the Packers' social media platforms, and each high school team featured will receive a $500 donation from the Packers.

Teams who want to participate may send in one highlight per game, which will be voted on by a panel of Packers staff to determine the top five plays each month. Teams can send in highlights from multiple games, but only one highlight from each game is allowed.

Highlights should be no longer than 20 seconds each, and can be submitted to

The program will be offered this fall and spring to accommodate the different high school football seasons being played this year.

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