Faced with a variety of venues and a limit on fans, the Michigan High School Athletic Association spread its live-streaming net as far as it could to broadcast Saturday’s football regional finals.
“Given the circumstances, we’ve allowed a lot of different ways to see the games this week,” MHSAA spokesman Geoff Kimmerly said. “The majority are scheduled for our network, but we’re also working with schools to get them involved so they can stream their games.
“We’re hoping to get every one of this weekend’s games broadcast in some way, shape or form.”
Fox will again carry the state finals for 8-player at the Legacy Center (Jan. 16) and 11-player at Ford Field (Jan. 22-23).
As of Thursday morning, all but four games are accessible, using YouTube, Fox, Facebook, NFHS, Michigan Sports Radio, Instagram, Meridix, Twitch or JTV.
Games on NFHS are accessible by subscription, costing $10.99 per month or $69.99 per year and can be purchased by clicking here.
Here is Saturday’s schedule, with links to their live-stream sites.
Noon – Detroit Loyola vs. New Lothrop (no live stream currently available)
Noon – Warren Mott vs. Warren De La Salle (no live stream currently available)
1 p.m. – Adrian Lenawee Christian vs. Martin
1 p.m. – Belleville vs. Detroit Cass Tech
1 p.m. – Centreville vs. Sand Creek
1 p.m. – Chelsea vs. Flint Kearsley
1 p.m. – Constantine vs. Michigan Center
1 p.m. – Davison vs. Detroit Catholic Central
1 p.m. – Frankenmuth vs. Marine City
1 p.m. – Lansing Catholic vs. Gross Ile
1 p.m. – Livonia Churchill vs. Oak Park
1 p.m. – Montague vs. Montrose
1 p.m. – Muskegon vs. East Grand Rapids
1 p.m. – North Branch vs. Detroit Country Day
1 p.m. – Rockford vs. Saline
1 p.m. – West Bloomfield vs. Romeo
2 p.m. – Grayling vs. Negaunee (No live stream currently available)
2 p.m. – Ubly vs. Carson City-Crystal (No live stream currently available)
2:30 p.m. – Ithaca vs. Cass City
5:30 p.m. – Williamston vs. Milan