TV/Radio/Internet Feeds for State Semifinals

TriangleMan

Well-known member
Spectrum is the official television partner of the OHSAA. Each week during the season, Spectrum News 1 will televise several games, with coverage expanding to more games available online during the playoffs.
Spectrum's televised games are available on Spectrum News 1, the Spectrum app and on OHSAA.tv.

The Friday night OHSAA Game of the Week is specific to the Northeast, Central and Southwest regions of Ohio. Televised games are available on Spectrum News 1 on channel 1, the Spectrum News App and at OHSAA.tv.

State Semifinals

Friday, November 26
Live television games available on Spectrum News 1, http://SpectrumNewsApp.com and http://OHSAA.tv
Northern Ohio - Division I - Lakewood St. Edward vs. Upper Arlington at Mansfield Arlin Field
Central Ohio - Division I - Lakewood St. Edward vs. Upper Arlington at Mansfield Arlin Field
Southwest Ohio - Division I – Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller vs. Springfield at Sidney Memorial Stadium

Live streaming games available at http://OHSAA.tv
Division II – Akron Archbishop Hoban vs. Avon at Parma Byers Field (will also air on linear channel 314)
Division II – Uniontown Green vs. Cincinnati Winton Woods at Westerville Central Warhawk Field
Division III – Millersburg West Holmes vs. Chardon at Twinsburg Tiger Stadium
Division III – Granville vs. Hamilton Badin at London Bowlus Field
Division IV – Port Clinton vs. Youngstown Ursuline at Euclid Community Stadium
Division IV – Clarksville Clinton-Massie vs. Carroll Bloom-Carroll at Jonathan Alder Performance Stadium at Volunteer Field

Saturday, November 27
Live streaming games available at http://OHSAA.tv
Division V – Kirtland vs. Ottawa-Glandorf at Clyde Joe and Sharon Wilson Field
Division V – Versailles vs. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep at London Bowlus Field
Division VI – New Middletown Springfield vs. Carey at Euclid Community Stadium
Division VI – West Jefferson vs. Coldwater at Piqua Alexander Stadium
Division VII – Warren John F. Kennedy vs. Newark Catholic at Marlington Stadium
Division VII – Bascom Hopewell-Loudon vs. Maria Stein Marion Local at Lima Spartan Stadium
 
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ManInBlack

New member
Spectrum is the official television partner of the OHSAA. Each week during the season, Spectrum News 1 will televise several games, with coverage expanding to more games available online during the playoffs.
Spectrum's televised games are available on Spectrum News 1, the Spectrum app and on OHSAA.tv.

The Friday night OHSAA Game of the Week is specific to the Northeast, Central and Southwest regions of Ohio. Televised games are available on Spectrum News 1 on channel 1, the Spectrum News App and at OHSAA.tv.

State Semifinals

Friday, November 26
Live television games available on Spectrum News 1, http://SpectrumNewsApp.com and http://OHSAA.tv
Northern Ohio - Division I - Lakewood St. Edward vs. Upper Arlington at Mansfield Arlin Field
Central Ohio - Division I - Lakewood St. Edward vs. Upper Arlington at Mansfield Arlin Field
Southwest Ohio - Division I – Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller vs. Springfield at Sidney Memorial Stadium

Live streaming games available at http://OHSAA.tv
Division II – Akron Archbishop Hoban vs. Avon at Parma Byers Field (will also air on linear channel 314)
Division II – Uniontown Green vs. Cincinnati Winton Woods at Westerville Central Warhawk Field
Division III – Millersburg West Holmes vs. Chardon at Twinsburg Tiger Stadium
Division III – Granville vs. Hamilton Badin at London Bowlus Field
Division IV – Port Clinton vs. Youngstown Ursuline at Euclid Community Stadium
Division IV – Clarksville Clinton-Massie vs. Carroll Bloom-Carroll at Jonathan Alder Performance Stadium at Volunteer Field

Saturday, November 27
Live streaming games available at http://OHSAA.tv
Division V – Kirtland vs. Ottawa-Glandorf at Clyde Joe and Sharon Wilson Field
Division V – Versailles vs. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep at London Bowlus Field
Division VI – New Middletown Springfield vs. Carey at Euclid Community Stadium
Division VI – West Jefferson vs. Coldwater at Piqua Alexander Stadium
Division VII – Warren John F. Kennedy vs. Newark Catholic at Marlington Stadium
Division VII – Bascom Hopewell-Loudon vs. Maria Stein Marion Local at Lima Spartan Stadium
Is it possible to watch these games on a smart tv through ohsaa? Or through other streaming sites that are on YouTube? Thanks
 

TriangleMan

Well-known member
Does anyone else have trouble watching the games posted on the ohsaa website?
Other than the occasional freeze-ups, not really.
Had 9 of them going last Friday across three monitors.
One thing I learned is don't try to go backward to see a play again as it's near impossible to get back to "live" once you do.
 

cincifbfan

Well-known member
Other than the occasional freeze-ups, not really.
Had 9 of them going last Friday across three monitors.
One thing I learned is don't try to go backward to see a play again as it's near impossible to get back to "live" once you do.
Wow, and I thought I had it going on with 2 games streaming at once.
 

Brooksie

Active member
The quality of Spectrum's broadcast of the Hoban - Avon game was TERRIBLE.

The only thing Spectrum did right was assign Michael Reghi and Frank Stams to call the game.

Other than that, this was a grade school level production.

One, as in a single, camera to film the game. It was a high, wide shot. All game long. The announcers were having trouble identifying players.

There were no close ups on the players as no field cameras were used.

But the biggest sin was there was no instant reply......

Seriously, Spectrum? With your company resources, you couldn't do a more professional job???

Shame on you!
 

wghfan

Well-known member
I watched the Springfield/Moeller game on the Spectrum News app, and mirrored to my big screen tv, and it was excellent video.
 

Brooksie

Active member
I watched the Springfield/Moeller game on the Spectrum News app, and mirrored to my big screen tv, and it was excellent video.
The difference to what you watched, wgh, and what I watched was your game - as you said was on Spectrum News for the southern half of Ohio. Just like the St. Ed's game in northern Ohio.

That's their "main" channel, so I am sure it gets a ton of resources.

The Hoban game was on ch. 314 - a Spectrum "Special Events" channel. I was glad to watch the game, just disappointed it didn't match up to the quality I am used to seeing.
 
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