Sunrise, FL (March 1, 2000) FOX Sports Net will bring high school basketball fans in Florida the 2000 FHSAA Girl’s and Boy’s basketball Championships from Lakeland beginning this weekend.
The following schedule outlines FOX Sports Net’s coverage of the Girl’s Championships:
|CLASS A: March 4th at 5pm||CLASS 4A: March 5th at 7pm|
|CLASS 2A: March 5th at 5pm||CLASS 5A: March 4th at 10:30pm|
|CLASS 3A: March 4th at 9pm||CLASS 6A: March 5th at 8:30pm|
The following schedule outlines FOX Sports Net’s coverage of the Boy’s Championships:
|CLASS A: March 12th at 5pm||CLASS 4A: March 13th at 7pm|
|CLASS 2A: March 13th at 5pm||CLASS 5A: March 12th at 8:30 pm|
|CLASS 3A: March 12th at 7pm||CLASS 6A: March 13th at 8:30pm|
FOX Sports Net Florida reaches nearly 3.8 million homes throughout Florida, including the home satellite dish market. FOX Sports Net Florida programming includes Major League Baseball’s Florida Marlins and Tampa Bay Devil Rays; the NHL’s Florida Panthers; Sunday Morning nFL, a live Sunday morning preview of the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars; The University of Miami, The University of South Florida and The University of North Florida; “Saturday Morning College Kickoff;” The Big Ten Game of the Week; and the FHSAA Championships.
FOX Sports Net Florida — formerly SportsChannel Florida — is a service of Rainbow Sports, a division of Cablevision’s Rainbow Media Holdings, Inc. Rainbow Sports has been dedicated to “Home Team” fans for nearly 20 years. Rainbow Sports incorporates all of Rainbow’s sports assets, including the Madison Square Garden Properties, its 50 percent ownership of FOX Sports Net and FOX Sports National Advertising, and the ownership and management of seven regional sports networks in six of the nation’s largest markets — Chicago, Florida, New England, New York, Ohio and San Francisco
Michelle Freeman Stevens