This Thursday, Friday and Saturday, high school boys and girls from all corners of the state will converge on the University of Oregon’s historic Hayward Field for the 2014 Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA)/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires Track and Field Championships.
When it concludes, state champions in the Beaver State will be crowned in six different enrollment classifications.
Congratulations to Oregon City High School in Oregon City, Oregon on being selected as this week’s School Broadcast Program School of the Week!
Oregon City High School joined the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program this year and is part of a school club. Anyone is welcome to participate, but the maximum number of students that can participate is 20.
Currently, the club streams boys and girls basketball and baseball. They plan to add all OCHS home football games to their broadcast schedule this fall. Celebrating their school community, the OCHS SBP also live streamed the trophy presentation last week for their 2014 OSAA 6A Girls Championship basketball team.
OCHS sophomore and vice president of the school’s broadcasting club, Kadin Freauff, said that students love the program.
Most, he said, “want to get into the journalism world and go far within the industry. All of the crew members work hard and make sure they look and perform their job in a professional manner.”
“This is a great starter program to help them with what is ahead,” Kadin continued. “But the biggest thing is we all like to have fun behind the scenes and while we are on the air. We all work great together and do an excellent job.”
That’s what we like to hear, Kadin! Students learning and having a fun!
Joining the School Broadcast Program is easy. And free! Contact email@example.com for more information on how your school can start using our easy-to-use technology to stream your events.
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This Friday and Saturday, the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) state wrestling championships will be held at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland.
By John Gillis
On Thursday, October 17, two members of the always-tough Portland/Beaverton, Oregon-area Metro League will collide in a pivotal girls soccer contest. Click here to watch the game on the NFHS Network.