, the online high school sports leader and a site, announced on Thursday that it is launching sites dedicated to providing hyper-local coverage of 40 metro areas across the country.’s deep national data and content will now be available to high school sports fans on the city level across digital platforms.

“With our new metro-focused sites, will deliver our most in-depth local high school sports coverage for fans, parents and communities,” said Andy Beal, Founder and President of “Our comprehensive content delivered in innovative formats will allow the student-athletes we cover to truly see themselves ‘in lights.'”

MaxPreps logo 08 webEach site will provide users with local rankings, upcoming game schedules, recent scores, coaches and players of the week, and stat leaders, including weekly stat stars and season-high leaders. When users on search for a high school in one of the 40 metro areas, they will have the option to visit the new metro-focused site. Utilizing responsive design, the local site will feature iconic imagery of games, players and teams, including full-screen slideshows that will adapt to all digital platforms.

The sites will also feature top games of the week, determined by algorithm, and more localized content including the MaxPreps score stream. Social integration of local school and reporter Twitter feeds will allow fans to stay up to the minute on the latest news. Additionally, users will be able to upload their own photos and videos.

The metro area sites will roll out over four weeks beginning with launches in New York, Sacramento, Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver, Bay Area, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Atlanta and Cincinnati.

Launch schedule:

Aug. 29 – New York, Sacramento, Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver, Bay Area, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Atlanta and Cincinnati.

Sept. 5 – Miami, Houston, Charlotte, Austin, Fresno, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, Raleigh, San Antonio, San Diego and Seattle.

Sept. 12 – Albuquerque, Baltimore, Birmingham, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Hartford, Tampa, Jackson and Orlando.

Sept. 19 – Indianapolis, Kansas City, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City and Washington D.C.

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