One-stop shop: Contenders, top games, predictions, schedules, more for 2015 New Orleans-area high school football season _lowres

Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--John Curtis coach J.T. Curtis poses in front of the school's new trophy case.

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Louisiana high school football is back, y'all.

To get you ready to follow your favorite (and least favorite) New Orleans-area teams, here's a rundown of The New Orleans Advocate's preview content, including top contenders and games, projected starting lineups, schedules, feature stories, predictions and more.

Everything you need to know in one place:

-- The Super 10: Experienced, talented Rummel tops The New Orleans Advocate’s preseason high school football rankings

-- John Curtis football ready for its biggest test yet: the Catholic League

-- Walker: From A to Z, here's everything you need to know about 2015 New Orleans-area high school footballl season

-- Catholic League New Orleans-area high school football preview: Can Brother Martin move from great to greatest?

-- District 8-5A New Orleans-area high school football preview: After going from winless to unbeaten, Ehret faces new challenges

-- District 7-5A New Orleans-area high school football preview: After last year’s close call, it’s still state title or bust at Destrehan

-- District 6-5A New Orleans-area high school football preview: St. Paul’s goes from undisputed to ‘underdog’

-- District 9-4A New Orleans-area high school football preview: McDonogh 35 appears poised for breakthrough season

-- District 8-4A New Orleans-area high school football preview: Rising Franklinton stays focused on big picture

-- District 9-3A New Orleans-area high school: After ‘history-making season,’ De La Salle out for even more

-- District 9-2A New Orleans-area high school football preview: An all-new look at Newman

-- District 7-2A New Orleans-area high school football preview: Northlake Christian squarely in the spotlight

-- District 8-1A New Orleans-area high school football preview: New year, new coach, same goals at St. Martin’s Episcopal