TribLIVE High School Sports Network delivers High School news and more

 

As the end of summer approaches, the region is gearing up for autumn and everything that includes. It means getting out warmer clothes, starting a new school year and— most importantly for many — kicking off a brand new football season.

Locally, this doesn’t just mean readying your Terrible Towel and other black and gold gear. High school football and other fall sports can rally a fan base that rivals that of our professional teams and when those fans want the latest high school sports news, they turn to TribLIVE High School Sports Network. In fact, during the 2018/2019 school year, 1.4M users generated 11.4M pageviews on TribHSSN.TribLIVE.com.

“As the Official Video & Audio Streaming Partner of the WPIAL, TribLIVE High School Sports Network covers over 15 sports at 173 schools,” said Justin LaBar TribLIVE High School Sports Network General Manager. “We produce over 2000 live broadcasts and podcasts each year, so fans do not miss a minute of the action on or off the field.”

Whether you are looking for the scoop on games that are coming up, scores of games that have already been played or even an archived broadcast from a few years ago, Trib HSSN is the place for you. You will find scores, stats, schedules and more including a host of live and archived broadcasts all in one place.

HSSN is also a great resource for up-close and personal interviews with players and coaches from your favorite schools. No other source has such extensive access to the region’s high school athletes, programs and games for in-depth interviews and insider information.

“Our reporters and broadcasters are some of the best in the area,” said LaBar. “They are dedicated, knowledgeable, and passionate about high school sports.”

TribLIVE HSSN also has dedicated pages for each school within the coverage area. Here you will find everything you need to know about your team including news, rosters, schedules, stats and broadcasts. Fans can also create their own posts to appear on their school pages.

“We invite fans to get in on the action by posting directly to their school page,” said LaBar. “We encourage fans to share their game photos, fan photos, updates and other information to help us deliver an extra layer of coverage you won’t find anywhere else.”

You can also stay informed with up-to-date high school sports news on your favorite social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, where HSSN keeps things fresh and updates frequently.

Whether you’re a casual fan or have been dedicated to your team for decades, HSSN has everything you need for football season and beyond. With constant, comprehensive coverage, from features to scores, from video to podcasts, HSSN has you covered as school gets back into session.

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