Mid-Penn fall athletics: How to stream your team’s games this season
Updated 10:17 AM; Today 5:45 AM
By Edward Sutelan | firstname.lastname@example.org
With attendance being limited at high school fall athletic events this season, many schools are going to be turning to streaming to make sure families and fans can tune in to their local games.
PennLive reached out to all athletic directors in the Mid-Penn Conference to figure out how each school will be handling the viewing of events this season and how fans can tune in.
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Below is how each school plans to show fall athletics this season.
The Bulldogs will be posting weekly links on its athletics page about how fans can stream games online. The school will start by using YouTube before eventually transitioning to NFHS’s Pixellot system. The links for this week’s Big Spring athletics can be found here.
The Crusaders plan to have a sling studio run by students with the games being shown on the school’s YouTube page. Bishop McDevitt home games and as many other fall games and events as possible will be shown on the channel. Here is the link to Bishop McDevitt’s YouTube page.
The Bubblers are still in the process of planning streaming for the fall season. Hudl is going to be installed in the gym and plans are being made for outdoor events.
The Lions will be using the Pixellot system with links put on its main athletics page for any sporting events it will be covering. Here is the link to Camp Hill’s Pixellot page.
The Thundering Herd are still working out a plan for streaming fall athletics. The only sports it will be streaming will be football and girls volleyball.
The Colts will be using the Pixellot system. Any games in the gym and at the West Shore Stadium will be streamed online. Here is the link to Cedar Cliff’s Pixellot page.
The Rams will be using the Pixellot system for any games at Landis Field. Here is the link to Central Dauphin’s Pixellot page.
The Panthers will be streaming games on the Pixellot system for home games. Here is the link to CD East’s Pixellot page.
The Trojans will be streaming its fall athletic events using the Pixellot system. It will have football, boys soccer, girls soccer, field hockey and girls volleyball on the network. Here is the link to Chambersburg’s Pixellot page.
The Eagles will be streaming its fall athletic events using Sportscope. Cumberland Valley’s football games can be found here, boys soccer can be found here, girls soccer can be found here and girls volleyball can be found here.
The Panthers are hoping to host as many fans as possible at fall athletics and will not have streaming for any sports outside of football. East Pennsboro is working with Mid-Penn Broadcasting to post the live stream of those games.
The Blue Devils will be using Mid-Penn Broadcasting for its football games. Other fall sports will have live stream links posted weekly on the school’s website, which can be found here.
The Trojans will host the streaming for its athletic events this fall. Here is the link to Hershey’s girls volleyball and here is the link to its football game on YouTube and another on Facebook.
The Rockets are still working on getting live streaming set up, but they do plan on having something set up for the fall sports season.
The Falcons will be streaming its girls volleyball, field hockey, boys and girls soccer, and football games available for streaming on YouTube. Here is the link to the Lower Dauphin YouTube channel.
The Wildcats will be streaming their athletic events live on Vimeo. Here is the link to Halifax’s Vimeo page.
The Indians will be using YouTube live to stream their fall athletics this season. Here is the link to Juniata’s YouTube page.
The Wildcats will be using Meridix for football with links being tweeted and shared on its athletic website weekly. They are currently working on a plan for the remainder of fall sports. Here is the link to Mechanicsburg’s Meridix page.
The Blue Raiders will be using the Pixellot system for its home fall athletic events, with all football, soccer and girls volleyball matches being available for streaming on the page. Here is the link to Middletown’s Pixellot page.
The Huskies will use its YouTube page for the streaming of all its home fall athletic events. Here is the link to Mifflin County’s YouTube page.
The Knights will be streaming fall athletics from their YouTube page. Here is the link to Newport’s YouTube channel.
The Polar Bears will be using Small Player Big Play for golf, tennis, cross country, junior high football, soccer and field hockey for now, though the team could transition to Pixellot for soccer and field hockey. The school is using YouTube for football, junior varsity football and girls volleyball. Here is the link to Northern’s YouTube page for football and volleyball.
The Cougars will be using Microsoft Teams to stream its fall athletics. It will be posting weekly links to its events on its athletics page, which can be accessed here.
The Patriots will be using the Pixellot system to stream its volleyball, football and field hockey games. The school will be using Facebook Live for soccer. Here is the link to Red Land’s Pixellot page.
The Greyhounds will be using Mid-Penn Broadcasting to stream fall athletic events. Here is the link to Shippensburg’s page on Mid-Penn Broadcasting.
The Little Lions are working on plans for streaming fall athletics.
The Rollers are going to be using Mid-Penn Broadcasting to stream their home games. Here is the link to Steel High’s page on Mid-Penn Broadcasting.
The Indians will be streaming football live through Sportscope and are still working on plans for the remaining fall sports this season. Here is the link to Susquehanna Township’s Sportscope page.
The Blackhawks will be using the Pixellot system to stream their fall athletics this season. Here is the link to Susquenita’s page.
The Shamrocks will be streaming football and soccer live on Facebook Live. Here is the link to Trinity’s Facebook page.
The Trojans will be using their YouTube channel to stream fall athletics this season. Here is the link to Upper Dauphin’s YouTube page.
The Indians will be posting links for their fall athletics on their web page. Here is the link to Waynesboro’s athletics website.
The Mustangs will be using Facebook Live to stream its volleyball games and it will be using its YouTube page for other fall sports. The link to West Perry’s Facebook page is here and here is the link to the school’s athletics page on YouTube.
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Rich Reed ’95, CAA
Director of Athletics
Middletown Area School District
(717) 948. 3333