Tuesday, August 20 2013, 07:04 PM EDT
ThisTV High School Game of the Week
For the fourth year in a row, WTVC-TV will be airing the EPB Fiber Optics High School Football Game of the Week on digital channel 9.2, which is ThisTV.
Jim Reynolds and Dave Staley will once again be calling the action. Sports Director Darrell Patterson will host a live pre-game show at 7:00, and a half-time report, providing score updates and highlights from other games in the area.
Viewers can get complete highlights and scores on Sideline Wrapup on NewsChannel 9 at 11:09 on Friday nights.
Sideline Wrapup is also streamed live on newschannel9.com, as are all of the station’s newscasts.
For viewers with digital antennas, the game of the week can be found on channel 9.2.
ThisTV Game of the Week schedule:
August 23 - East Hamilton at Signal Mountain
August 30 - Calhoun at Ridgeland
September 6 – Bye Week – No Game Telecast
September 13 - Brainerd at Baylor
September 20 - East Hamilton at Ooltewah
September 27 - Soddy-Daisy at Tyner
October 4 - East Ridge at Hixson
October 11 - South Pittsburg at Boyd-Buchanan
October 18 - McMinn County at Bradley Central
October 25 - TBA pending playoff considerations
November 1, 2013 - TBA pending playoff considerations
Here’s a list of cable providers and the channels for ThisTV:
EPB Fiber Optics - 169
Comcast - 208
Charter - 174
Dalton Utilities - 157
Bledsoe Telephone – 41
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