Polk County High School and the NFHS Network will again offer live video this season of Wolverine athletic events.
All home events in G.M. Tennant Stadium and the PCHS gym will be streamed live via NFHS. This offers fans a chance to watch more than 100 home events in football, soccer, basketball, volleyball and wrestling. Fans can watch games on a number of devices including smartphones, tablets, computers, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV and Google TV.
Additionally, a number of other schools in the area will stream events via the NFHS Network. In Polk County’s new conference, the Mountain Foothills 7, members of the NFHS Network include Chase, East Rutherford, Hendersonville and R-S Central. A number of other area schools on Polk County schedules are also part of NFHS.
A season pass to watch all of these events is just $69.99 per year and provides access to all Polk County events shown on NFHS, home and away, as well as thousands of events from across the country. A portion of each season pass is also returned to the PCHS Athletic Department – make certain to specify Polk County High School as the school you support when ordering a season pass.
A monthly pass for $10.99 can also be purchased.
Note that due to Mountain Foothills 7 Conference policies, events will not be available to watch on-demand until after the completition of that sport’s season.
Polk County’s first scheduled broadcast is Wednesday’s home volleyball match against Asheville Christian Academy.
The camera in G.M. Tennant Stadium is currently undergoing repair, but athletic department officials are working with NFHS staff to hopefully have it in operation for Friday’s football season opener with Newton-Conover.