If you’re a high school football fan, we have you covered — and then some. Like last year, the Sound Live Sports Network (SLSN) will provide both livestreamed and archived online video coverage of high school sports for Edmonds School District — that’s Edmonds-Woodway, Lynnwood, Meadowdale and Mountlake Terrace. But today we are also announcing two exciting new partnerships that will make your viewing experience even better.
For starters, we have partnered with the Snohomish Times Sports Network (STSPN), which provides a similar online video streaming service for Glacier Peak, Snohomish, Jackson and Archbishop Murphy high schools. That means that you can watch the featured games for both networks — including all home football games at Edmonds and Everett stadiums — on the SoundLiveSportsNetwork.com. In addition, all games for both networks will also be archived on the same site.
Second, we are proud to announce that we are partnering with The Herald in Everett, which will also livestream all SLSN and STSPN games via Heraldnet.com.
Third, the SLSN website has been redesigned this year thanks to our STPSN partnership — to make it even easier to watch every broadcast on the computer or tablet at home — or even if you want to follow the play-by-play on your smart phone at the game.
Fourth, we want to warmly welcome Shoreline Community College as the presenting sponsor for football season. In addition, Action Jackson Plumbing is our half-time sponsor and our Player of the Game/Postgame Show sponsor is Red Onion Burgers in Mountlake Terrace. Red Onion Burgers also will be livestreaming all of the SLSN games every Friday night — at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. — so you can grab a burger and watch the game. Other SLSN sponsors this season include All State Insurance, Wesco Athletics and Waldron Chiropractic.
Our 2014 SLSN season kicks off Friday night at 5 p.m. with 3A Edmonds-Woodway hosting 4A Jackson, followed by an 8 p.m. 3A contest featuring Lynnwood vs. Stanwood. Veteran play-by-play announcers Keith Nealy and Steve Willits will be calling the action during the evening, and the broadcasts are supported by students enrolled in the Edmonds School District’s Broadcast Field Production program.