Comcast to Air Upcoming Edsel Ford Basketball Game

The Michigan High School Athletic Association and PlayOn! Sports are kicking off a new winter sports initiative on Comcast, including a Dearborn girls' basketball game.

The Michigan High School Athletic Association and PlayOn! Sports are making it easier to catch a high school sporting event by airing 17 winter events on Comcast—including an Edsel Ford High School girls' basketball game.

The game, against rivals Redford Thurston, will air on Jan. 22 at 7 and 9:30 p.m., with additional replays throughout the following week. Xfinity subscribers can also watch the games online at Xfinity.com/HighSchoolSports. Highlights will also be available on the Xfinity On Demand service.

Here's the full line-up of televised high school sporting events coming up:

  • Gibraltar Carlson v. Trenton – Ice Hockey – Jan. 4
  • Muskegon Mona Shores v. East Kentwood – Ice Hockey – Jan. 9
  • Dearborn Heights Annapolis at Dearborn Heights Crestwood – Boys Basketball – Jan. 11
  • Hudsonville Unity Christian at Holland Christian – Boys Basketball – Jan. 15
  • Allen Park at Southgate Anderson – Boys Basketball – Jan. 17
  • Redford Thurston at Dearborn Edsel Ford – Girls Basketball – Jan. 22
  • Salem at Northville – Boys Basketball – Jan. 25
  • Lincoln Park at Wyandotte Roosevelt – Boys Basketball – Jan. 29
  • New Boston Huron at Flat Rock – Girls Basketball – Jan. 31
  • Michigan Interscholastic Hockey League Showcase – Two Games – Feb. 9
  • Detroit Public School League Boys Basketball Finals – Two Games – Feb. 15
  • Grand Rapids Christian at Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern – Girls & Boys Basketball – Feb. 19
  • MHSAA Girls Basketball District Semifinal – Two Games – Site TBA – Feb. 27
Aridog January 07, 2013 at 07:28 PM
How good of Comcast. Now if they would just connect with their own subsidiary "Universal sports", a department of NBC, so that comcast subscribers could get Universal Sports on line or on television. However, they don't...and Universal Sports directs their applicants to change to Direct TV or Dish network. I'm commenting on this here only out of frustration...myltiple contacts with Comcast directly have lead to "Duh?" and "Huh?" They seem not to care that their own subsidiary directs their customers to competitors if they wish to watch sports piggy backed off Eurovision.


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