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Thompson-Florence to be Feature in New NFHS Network / Facebook Pilot Friday

     MONTGOMERY – A full slate of 38 AHSAA first-round state playoff football games are scheduled to be live-streamed over the NFHS Network’s subscriber-based AHSAA School Broadcast Program tonight and Friday.
     It begins tonight with the Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa High School NFHS Network School Broadcast Program and the Montgomery County Schools SBP live-streaming Sidney Lanier and Hillcrest in a Class 6A battle at Cramton Bowl.
     Broadcast coverage of the AHSAA state playoffs include a record 130 events combined including NFHS Network productions, 80 live radio productions, nine tape-delayed TV/Cable video productions and Raycom Sports’ AHSAA Game of the Week – Prattville at McGill-Toolen Catholic – which will be televised live over Raycom’s vast state-wide network of Raycom stations and Bounce channels. Check Raycom’s www.pathtotheplayoffs.com link for more inform locally.
     The NFHS Network also plans a pilot live-stream of the Class 7A Florence at Thompson football clash on Facebook Watch. Facebook and the NFHS Network recently partnered and will be featuring select games in surrounding states using the NFHS Network platform and Facebook’s Facebook Watch platform.
     The NFHS Network will stream games involving eight high school football teams in seven states throughout their playoff runs live on Facebook Watch starting Friday, November 9. Fans can view these games and add them to their watch list by following the NFHS Network LIVE Facebook page.
     The NFHS Network’s “Road to State” coverage starts Friday with the teams’ first playoff games and continues until the end of their quest for a state title. This unique opportunity will allow football enthusiasts to watch some of the best high school football teams compete in state playoffs in pursuit of state titles throughout November and December.
     Teams in other states being showcased in program include: Broken Arrow HS (OK); Buford HS (GA); Carol City (Miami, FL); Horn Lake (MS); Katy (TX); Oakland (TN); and Rome (GA).
    Fans also have chance to see 37 of the 40 Alabama All-Stars in this week’s first round playing for their various high schools in each classification. The All-Stars will meet Mississippi in the 33rd  Alabama-Mississippi Classic at Cramton Bowl Dec. 17.
      AHSAA fans will have plenty of choices to tune in over the NFHS Network or a local radio station beginning tonight. Each classification will have multiple choices of games to watch over the NFHS Network. Class 6A has 13 productions slated, followed by seven in Class 7A, five in Class 4A, four each in Classes 1A and 2A, three in Class 5A and two in Class 3A. Class 5A plans 16 radio broadcasts, followed by Class 6A, 4A and 3A with 12 each, 11 in Class 2A, 10 in Class 1A and 7 in Class 7A.
    To subscribe to the NFHS Network, go to the following: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/subscribe/retail   
   
The complete AHSAA schedule of events currently set to be livestreamed over the NFHS Network, live radio/internet broadcasts and delayed video events can be found at the link below:
https://ahsaanow.com/2018/11/08/broadcast-log-for-state-football-playoffs-1st-round/




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