Moore County Sports Network launches app

You can now listen to Moore County Raider football game and other sports events through the Moore County Sports Network app. (Photo Provided)

LOCAL NEWS — Raider Nation love its Friday Night Lights but it’s not always possible for every fan to attend every game. That’s why the folks at the Moore County Sports Network and the MCHS student broadcasting team do what they do.

Prior to this season, the Moore County Sports Network live streamed games using the the NFHS Network, an organization who partners with the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) to provide locals the ability to stream high school sports on any device. This season, they added a MCSN app that allows fans to watch the NFHS live stream for a fee or listen to the game broadcast audio for free.

You can also access the Moore County Athletics website, Facebook, and Twitter pages from the app as well as the Moore County Schools website and athletics schedules. The app is available through the Apple App Store and Google Play. If you don’t have a smart phone you can still listen online at the Mixlr website by clicking here. •

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