An installer from PlayOn Sports works Friday to install a Pixellot camera in Polk County High School's gym. The camera will stream events via the NFHS Network (DeShane Briscoe photo).

Fans interested in watching a variety of Polk County High School sports this season can do so via live broadcasts on the National Federation of High Schools Network.

A number of other area schools have also joined the NFHS Network, meaning fans who purchase an NFHS subscription will be able to watch some road games involving Polk County as well.

The first such broadcast is set for Monday, when the Wolverine volleyball squad travels to East Henderson for a non-conference matchup. Junior varsity action is set for 5 p.m., with the varsity to follow, and both matches are scheduled to be shown via the NFHS Network.

All Polk County events in G.M. Tennant Stadium and the PCHS gym will be broadcast live this season, with games also available on-demand for subscribers. Broadcasts can be watched via the NFHS Network app on Android and iOS devices, via a Web browser or on streaming devices such as Apple TV, Roku and Fire TV.

Annual passes for the NFHS Network are $69.99, with a portion of each annual pass going to PCHS. Passes provide access to all 50,000+ NFHS Network events featuring schools in Western North Carolina and the rest of the country. Subscribers can watch the games live or at any time on-demand.

To purchase an annual pass, visit and select “Get an Annual Pass.” Search to find Polk County High School and select the school to support the PCHS athletic program.

Monthly passes for $10.99 are also available.