The Halifax County School System has invested in technology where Vikings Northwest and Trojans Southeast fans can follow their teams live streaming.
The NFHS Network will broadcast games from Northwest Collegiate Technical Academy and Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy.
The network also offers sporting events from across the country on popular streaming devices for a $ 69.99 annual pass or a $ 10.99 monthly pass.
“The ability to broadcast events is an absolute change for us,” said Superintendent Eric Cunningham. “We are now on an equal footing with other surrounding schools. Personally, I am absolutely delighted to be able to bring this option to our fans and give our student-athletes the opportunity to show their skills in front of a larger audience.
Chris Beneck, CTO, said, “Having the ability to live stream our sporting events is a tremendous step forward for Halifax County athletics. We are so proud of our athletes and coaches and thrilled to allow fans anywhere to access the games from their own homes. “
Current plans call for home football, volleyball and basketball games to be broadcast, with the ability to stream some matches from other outdoor sports depending on weather and other considerations.
Scheduling conflicts will be resolved by considering several factors, including
if an event is against a conference opponent, the playoff implications and available bandwidth.
Visit the network’s website at this link then search for Southeast Halifax High School or Northwest Halifax School.