FOX Sports Oklahoma and Cox Communications will combine to televise and webcast the OSSAA boys and girls basketball state championships beginning this week.
Coverage tips off on Saturday, March 8 with the Class A and Class B boys and girls championships from the Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City streamed on FoxSportsOklahoma.com.
Boys and girls Class 6A and 5A championships on Saturday, March 15 from the Mabee Center in Tulsa will be televised exclusively on the Cox Channel, which is available to Cox Communications customers on channels 3 and 703.
The Cox Channel also will televise two semifinal games from the Mabee Center on Friday, March 14 at 7:30 and 9:00 p.m. CT. Class assignments for the semifinal telecasts are yet to be determined and will be announced later. Games televised on the Cox Channel also will be available online on coxhshub.com.
Class 2A, 3A and 4A boys and girls title games from the Fairgrounds on Saturday, March 15 will be televised on FOX Sports Oklahoma or FOX Sports Oklahoma Plus.
FOX Sports Oklahoma will show the boys and girls 3A finals and boys 2A championship, while the boys and girls 4A title games and girls 2A championship will be available on FOX Sports Oklahoma Plus due to overlap programming on FOX Sports Oklahoma.
FOX Sports Oklahoma Plus is a channel used by FOX Sports Oklahoma to simultaneously show multiple events on two channels and is available to all video providers that carry FOX Sports Oklahoma.
Steve Marshall (play-by-play) and Rod Thompson (analyst) will call the games on FOX Sports
Oklahoma and FOX Sports Oklahoma Plus.
Set to call the action on the Cox Channel are Mike Ziegenhorn, JV Haney and Jeremie Poplin. FOX Sports Oklahoma’s coverage presented by the Oklahoma Ford Dealers will include shows between games hosted by Erin Hartigan and Don King.
OSSAA BOYS & GIRLS BASKETBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE
(All times listed are Central)