iHigh the Exclusive Broadcast Home of Marshall County Hoop Fest
October 8, 2012Marshall County High School
Benton, KY -- iHigh.com, the nation's Number One digital television network for high school sports, is now the exclusive broadcast home of the prestigious Marshall County Hoop Fest, the company announced today.
Marshall County will play host to the 17th annual event on November 30 and December 1 in Benton, Kentucky.
Many of the nation's top high school players will participate in the event, including University of Kentucky commits Andrew and Aaron Harrison (Fort Bend Travis HS) and Derek Willis (Bullitt East HS).
Fans can also see top-ranked Andrew Wiggins (Huntington Prep), Cliff Alexander (Curie HS), Troy Williams (Oak Hill Academy), Dominic Woodson and Xavier Rathan-Mayes (Huntington HS), Johnathan Williams and Jajuan Johnson (Southwind HS), Austin Nichols (Briarcrest Christian HS), and University of Louisville commit Quentin Snider (Ballard HS).
Some of the top prep programs in the country will also take part in the event, including Oak Hill Academy (VA), Fort Bend (TX), Louisville Ballard (KY) and St. Joseph Lafayette (MO).
To catch all the action, just go to http://marshallcounty.ihigh.com!
17th Annual Marshall County Hoop Fest
|Friday, Nov 30 - Session 1
||Marshall Co vs Massac Co (IL) girls
||Marshall Co vs Massac Co (IL)
||Huntington Prep vs Memphis East
||Oak Hill Academy (VA) vs Curie High School (IL)
||Louisville Ballard vs Fort Bend (TX)
|Saturday Dec 1st - Session 2
||Marshall vs Mt. Carmel (IL) girls
||Graves Co vs Warren Central
||Calloway Co vs Harrisburg
||Hopkinsville vs Bullitt East
|Saturday Dec 1st - Session 3
||Marshall Co vs Wilson Cental
||Madison Central vs Fort Bend (TX)
||Oak Hill Academy (VA) vs Southwind
||Huntington Prep vs Briarcrest Christian
* Schedule subject to change
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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.