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NORTHEAST REGIONAL (Boys)
At Jacksonville State University
Semi-Finals
Finals
To State Finals
   
 2/19 Huffman  37  Homewood  73  
 10:30 am Homewood  53 .
CLASS 6A
Feb. 22, 10:40 am
 Homewood
 2/19 Gadsden City  79  Gadsden City  65
(6A--NE Qualifier)
 1:30 pm Minor  69  
   
 2/19 Spring Garden  58  Holy Family  43  
 4:30 pm Holy Family  71 .
CLASS 1A
Feb. 22, 2 pm
 Faith Christian
 2/19 Collinsville  66  Faith Christian  60
(1A--NE Qualifier)
 7:30 pm Faith Christian  74  
   
 2/20 J.O. Johnson  53  Anniston  66  
 10:30 am Anniston  56  
CLASS 5A
  Feb. 22, 5:20 pm
 Butler
 2/20 Butler  75  Butler  69
(5A--NE Qualifier)
  1:30 pm Talladega  71  
   
 2/20 Piedmont  74  Piedmont  68  
 4:30 pm Westbrook Chr.  67  
CLASS 2A
Feb. 22, 8:40 pm
 White Plains
 2/20 White Plains  50  White Plains  75
(2A--NE Qualifier)
 7:30 pm Ranburne  47  
 2/21 Crossville  76  Crossville  48  
 10:30 am Glencoe  65  
CLASS 3A
  Feb. 23, 10:40 am
 Madison Acad.
 2/21 Madison Acad.  79  Madison Acad.  49
(3A--NE Qualifier)
 1:30 pm Weaver  58  
   
 2/21 Cherokee Co.  64  Cherokee Co.  53  
 4:30 pm Saks  45  
CLASS 4A
Feb. 23,  2 pm
 Guntersville
 2/21 Guntersville  63  Guntersville  72
(4A--NE Qualifier)
 7:30 pm Tarrant  58

 

 

NFHS, PlayOn! Sports Officially Launch NFHS Network

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and PlayOn! Sports (PlayOn) Thursday announced the official launch of the NFHS Network, an all-digital network that will expand coverage of high school sports and performing arts events through the Internet at www.NFHSnetwork.com.

With coverage of boys and girls sports and activities initially in at least 28 states during the 2013-14 school year, the NFHS Network becomes the largest aggregated destination for coverage of high school sports in the country. Through a subscription-based digital service available at www.NFHSnetwork.com, more students, parents and fans will be able to watch high school sports than ever before.

            Alabama is one of the NFHS member associations that have finalized agreements and will be a part of the NFHS Network as the 2013-14 season begins. Others include  Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

            In addition, member associations in a number of other states in the process of completing agreements are expected to join the NFHS Network soon.

            “We believe this is one of the greatest opportunities in the 94-year history of the NFHS as we are able to take advantage of new technology and showcase high school sports and performing arts on a national scale,” said Bob Gardner, NFHS executive director. “We are excited to provide viewership opportunities for fans of high school sports that have never existed before. The NFHS Network will help showcase our primary mission of expanding participation and opportunities for involvement in education-based interscholastic sports and performing arts activities.”

            Postseason games in all sports sponsored by states in the NFHS Network will be available online on the Network, except for select championship events for which state associations have existing television contracts with other media partners. Viewing opportunities for NFHS Network events will be posted in the coming months at www.NFHSnetwork.com.

            The NFHS Network will build on the past success of PlayOn’s high-quality coverage of high school sports at the state level. PlayOn currently streams nearly 30,000 events per school year and has worked with 32 state associations and sections in 26 states.

            “Teaming up with the NFHS is a natural progression to build a truly national high school sports platform while honoring the local communities that support them,” said David Rudolph, PlayOn! Sports chief executive officer. “Our mission is to serve the current and future generations of student-athletes, support and encourage their participation and make their performances accessible to their friends, family and fans on every media platform they use.”

            The NFHS Network is a joint venture between the NFHS and PlayOn! Sports and will be governed and overseen by a combination of NFHS and PlayOn executives. 

“Ultimately, we want to make the NFHS Network the most treasured and trusted source for high school athletics,” Gardner said.

     

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