Wednesday, November 28, 2012

N.C. state finals to be televised

From staff reports

For the second consecutive year, Time Warner Cable will air all eight North Carolina High School Athletic Association, football championship games live.

All of the championship games will air on Time Warner Cable Special Events Channels 520 or 521 with the exception of the 4AA title game that can be seen on News 14 Carolina. Time Warner Cable customers can catch the action online as well, with live streaming at news14.com.

Replays will also be available free on Time Warner Cable’s Carolina On Demand.

NCHSAA State Football Championship Schedule:

Friday, November 30 – NCHSAA 4A game, New Bern vs. Porter Ridge – 7:30p.m. – Channel 520                                                                        

Saturday, December 1 – NCHSAA 1A game, Plymouth vs. Murphy – 11:00a.m. – Channel 520                                                                         

Saturday, December 1 – NCHSAA 2A game, Tarboro vs. East Lincoln – 11:00a.m. – Channel 521                                                                              

Saturday, December 1 – NCHSAA 4AA game, Jack Britt vs. Butler – 11:00a.m.  – Channels 14, 114, 414, 1114                                                                                    

Saturday, December 1 – NCHSAA 1AA game, Southwest Onslow vs. Swain 3:00p.m. – Channel 520

Saturday, December 1 – NCHSAA 3A game, Havelock vs. Concord – 3:00p.m. – Channel 521

Saturday, December 1 – NCHSAA 2AA game, Carrboro vs. South Iredell – 7:00p.m. – Channel 520                                                              

Saturday, December 1 – NCHSAA 3AA, Northern Guilford vs. Charlotte Catholic – 7:00p.m. – Channel 521

On Sunday, following the live coverage of the games, Time Warner Cable digital customers can fast-forward, rewind or pause all of the plays as many times as they want on Time Warner Cable’s Carolina On Demand, channels 199 and 1047.  Carolina On Demand is Time Warner Cable’s award-winning On Demand channel dedicated to bringing Carolina-oriented programming into the homes of nearly one million customers across the Carolinas.

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