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NSCAATV to feature high school games in spring
March 17th, 2014 9:04PM
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[SOCCER ON THE AIR] The NSCAA is providing high school soccer teams the opportunity to be featured on the NSCAA's digital channel, NSCAATV.

The NSCAA is teaming up with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and branding the show "The NFHS Network Game of the Week on NSCAA." High schools that have a production crew in place can submit an application to have a featured game streamed live this spring on NSCAATV.

Each week, NSCAATV will feature one boys or girls game. Considerations for selection as the Game of the Week include compelling games (nationally ranked teams, big rivalries, unique athlete stories), enthusiastic fan bases (especially for the home team) and special event games (homecoming, opening game, student promotion event).


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