LIVE FOOTBALL SEPT. 8: Timber Creek vs. Flower Mound


The brand new Timber Creek Sports Network will kick off their coverage of TCHS varsity sports with a LIVE VIDEO stream of the Timber Creek vs. Flower Mound home football game this Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016 starting at 6:50 p.m.

(Requires NFHS Network Subscription)

Timber Creek Sports Network (TCSN) teams plan to stream over 24 live sporting events with girls and guys varsity matchups in sports like football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, and more.

Coming off a successful first season of streaming live Timber Creek sports, Timber Creek Student Media teams plan to expand coverage to include multiple new sports, including some live Football games.

Currently, the Sept. 8 game vs. Flower Mound and the Sept. 15 Homecoming game against Denton will be available to be viewed live. Other home games played on Friday nights must be tape-delayed due to UIL restrictions.

Additionally, the expansion of live coverage does come with a cost — literally.

In the 2016-17 season, viewers will need to purchase a plan through the NFHS Network to watch streams live. Pricing details are available at this link: NFHS Network Streaming Plans.

A portion of the proceeds for NFHS Network plans goes to fund Timber Creek Student Media.

Timber Creek Live broadcasts will be scheduled to contain around 4 games per sport, all within the same calendar month when possible. This should allow viewers to purchase the $9.99 Month-long NFHS Network streaming plan and view 4 games within the period.

In addition, games for covered sports will be available to watch for FREE 72 hours after the end of the event.

For the Sept. 8 Sports Network Kickoff, TCSN will also provide a live stream for the Pep Rally being held at Timber Creek High School. This event will be free to watch on or on the TCHS NFHS Network page.

All games will include live video and audio, with graphics, animation, and interviews with many games featuring student commentary. EVERY Timber Creek Live event is produced and staffed by TCHS students in Broadcast Journalism, Radio Broadcasting, Newspaper or other student media classes.