Thursday (Feb. 18) options for viewing live high school sports in Southwest Washington

High schools are scrambling to provide ways for fans to watch live football, soccer and volleyball games during Season 1, with limitations in place for in-person spectators.

Schools like Ridgefield, Hockinson, Woodland, R.A. Long and Stevenson plan to livestream every home game for free via their school’s YouTube channel. Mark Morris has plans to broadcast future home volleyball matches and football games.

La Center and Columbia-White Salmon are having cameras installed at their facilities and hope to start broadcasting next week.

Vancouver Public Schools’ video team, VPS Game Time, will broadcast select games on Comcast cable Ch. 328 or on Vancouver Public Schools’ YouTube channel.

Other schools will be utilizing the NFHS Network on their own or through media partner, Eli Sports Network out of Centralia. The NFHS Network requires a $10.99 monthly subscription or a $69.99 annual subscription, of which some of the funds are channeled to the high school program of your choosing.

Here is a look at where you can watch live prep action on Thursday, Feb. 18


Woodland at Fort Vancouver, 7 p.m.

TV: Vancouver cable Ch. 328

Columbia River at Hockinson, 7 p.m.

Hudson’s Bay at Ridgefield, 7 p.m.

Mark Morris at R.A. Long, 7 p.m.

Castle Rock at Toutle Lake, 7 p.m. (NFHS)

Toledo at Kalama, 7 p.m. (ESN/NFHS)


Hudson’s Bay at Ridgefield, 7 p.m.

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