Monumental Sports Network adds live stream service with Super 25 basketball teams in action

Monumental Sports Network adds live stream service with Super 25 basketball teams in action

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Monumental Sports Network adds live stream service with Super 25 basketball teams in action

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11/14/16 7:29:41 PM -- Fairfax, VA, U.S.A -- Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax, Virginia will be one of our top ranked girls basketball teams. Paul VI girl's basketball head coach talks to members of the team after practice. -- Photo by Rafael Suanes/USA TODAY Sports Images, Gannett ORG XMIT: US 135760 Pual VI 11/14/2016 [Via MerlinFTP Drop]

Paul VI girls basketball coach Scott Allen address his team during a recent practice (Photo: Rafael Suanes, USA TODAY Sports)

Even if you aren’t in the Washington, D.C., area, you can get a big helping of Super 25 boys and girls basketball action from Monumental Sports Network, a recently launched subscription sports platform.

Beginning Friday with the Art Turner Memorial girls basketball showcase and continuing with boys National High School Hoops Festival (Dec. 10-11), the She Got Game Classic (Dec. 9-11) and the Title IX DC Classic (Dec. 28-30), the service plans to provide live streams of more than 100 boys and girls basketball games at every level.

The Turner Memorial features Super 25 girls basketball teams No. 1 Paul VI (Fairfax, Va.), No. 7 Ossining (N.Y.), No. 9 Centennial (Las Vegas) and 19 other regional and national teams. The event runs through Sunday at Paul VI.

The Hoops Festival features five teams ranked in the latest Super 25 boys basketball rankings, including No. 6 IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), No. 8 Westtown (West Chester, Pa.), No. 12 DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.), No. 15 Gray Collegiate (Columbia, S.C.) and No. 17 Wheeler (Ga.).

The event also includes American Family Insurance ALL-USA Preseason selections Mohamed Bamba and Cameron Reddish (Westtown), Trevon Duval (IMG Academy) and Collin Sexton (Pebblebrook; Mableton, Ga.).

“The D.C. area has both the best high school basketball teams and the best high school basketball fans in the country,” Zach Leonsis, Monumental Sports Network’s vice president and general manager, said in a statement. “Fans’ passion for sports extends beyond our city’s pro teams and really hits home through high school allegiances.”

The network said plans also include playoff coverage across D.C., Maryland and Virginia’s public and private schools, and comprehensive coverage of nationally known grassroots club teams and events based in the region.

Fans can watch all of the events live on Monumental Sports Network through monumentalsportsnetwork.com/hs.

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