Watch Free Live Video from Palmetto State Showdown
June 13, 2012Palmetto State Showdown 7on7
Duncan, SC -- iHigh.com, the nation's Number One digital television network for high school sports, has announced that football fans across the country can view live video from the Palmetto State Showdown National 7on7 Passing Tournament.
iHigh.com is the official video streaming partner for the event, which will be held Friday, June 15th and Saturday, June 16th at at Beech Springs Intermediate School in Duncan, South Carolina.
This annual event has become one of the premiere 7-on-7 passing tournaments in the Southeast in just its fifth year of existence.
"The Byrnes Football program reflects a standard of excellence that is recognized in and outside of South Carolina", says Marques Burnett, Southeast Regional Manager for iHigh. "The Palmetto State Showdown and its pool of teams definitely follow suit with that standard. We're excited that iHigh will be a platform to showcase this event."
"iHigh has been a tremendous tool in helping family and friends connect with their school and community," says Bobby Bentley, District 5 Schools Athletic Director.
Schools taking part in the tournament include Byrnes (SC), Union County (SC), Jefferson County (GA), Kings Mountain (NC), Myrtle Beach (SC), North Gwinnett (GA), Bergen Catholic (NJ), Lakeside (GA), Davidson Day (NC), Dover (DE), Brunswick (GA), South Durham (NC), Berkeley (SC), Greenville (SC), Chesterfield (SC), Durham Hillside (NC), Wren (SC), Erwin (NC), and Valdosta (GA).
To catch all the action live, just go to http://byrnes7on7.ihigh.com/.
About iHigh.com ®:
Based in Lexington, Ky., iHigh.com, Inc. is the nation's Number One digital television network for high school sports. It provides free Web services to schools, students and other youth organizations around the world to post live television-quality video, stories, photos, video clips, schedules and other information to a page customized with the group's colors and logos. Each iHigh.com school and youth group can generate revenue through video advertisements and sales of merchandise on its iHigh.com website at no cost to the school. For more information, go to www.iHigh.com.