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With attendance limited at high school sporting events across Ohio because of the corona-virus pandemic, many fans will only be able to watch the games online.
Here’s where you can find games from various local schools:
Badin: The season opener vs. Ross will be broadcast on the Chatterbox Sports app.
Beavercreek: It will use the TKDS Sports Network and its own district tech/communications departments to broadcast the three home varsity football games.
Brookville: It will stream games on its YouTube channel.
Carroll: It will live stream all home football games and selected home games for girls volleyball and boys and girls soccer on the Carroll Patriots YouTube channel. It will also live stream the finish line of the cross country meet it hosts at Cedarville University on September 26 and all of our home football games.
Centerville: It will use the TKDS Sports Network. The app works on five devices, so fans can share the cost with others.
Chaminade Julienne: According to the school’s website, soccer and volleyball matches will be streamed live on the school’s Facebook page, and the CJ is working with a company to provide an live streaming options for fans. More details will follow.
Dixie: It will stream games live on the New Lebanon Schools YouTube channel.
Eaton: It is streaming Friday night’s game against Brookville on YouTube.
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Edgewood: It will use Chatterbox Sports.
Fairmont: It will stream all three home football games, as well as several volleyball, boys and girls soccer and field hockey games, through a partnership with MVCC and Fairmont Media. Events will be streamed through the Fairmont Media YouTube channel.
Franklin: It will broadcast home football games on the Franklin Wildcat Football Facebook page, and there also will be commentary from broadcasters at CindaySports.com. The link will go live at 6:45 p.m. on game nights.
Hamilton: Hamilton will stream games through a number of different platforms: the Chatterbox Sports app, Boxcast (soon to be operational), and Twitter (girls volleyball has done so). Spectrum Sports will broadcast the game against Fairfield on Sept. 11. The first football game of the season Friday against Princeton will be on Chatterbox, which charges $13.99 per month and offers access to all the games it broadcasts (14 in Week 1).
Lakota East: It will use Chatterbox Sports.
Lakota West: It also has a partnership with Chatterbox Sports.
Miamisburg: It will use the TKDS Sports Network.
Milton-Union: It will stream games live on the Milton-Union Athletics Facebook page.
Northmont: It will stream games through the NFHS Network. An annual pass costs $69.99. A montly pass costs $10.99.
Piqua: It will stream all home games live on the Indian Nation Station on YouTube.
Ross: The season opener vs. Badin will be broadcast on the Chatterbox Sports app.
Springboro: It will use the TKDS Sports Network.
Springfield: It is partnering with the TKDS Sports Network. Springfield will offer free live streaming on the school district’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Fans will have the option to purchase an enhanced package through TKDS for a fee.
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Triad: It will stream games on YouTube. This is a direct link to the Sept. 4 game against West Liberty-Salem.
Tri-Village: It will stream home football games through a link on the school’s website.