Can't make it to state? Here's how to watch the gameMarch 22, 2018
From Local Sources
If you can't make it to Indianapolis this weekend to watch Forest Park face off against Oak Hill in the IHSAA Class 2A state basketball championship there's no need to worry. There are a number of ways to tune in and watch the game live, which tips off at 12:45 p.m. at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
For those with cable subscription packages that includes Fox Sports Indiana, you can watch the game live in both standard and high definition. A channel guide is here: IHSAA-Boys-Basketball-2018-Channel-numbers.pdf
For those who want to listen on the radio, the game will be broadcasted live on WQKZ 98.5 FM with Roger Stuckey and Ross Fuhs on the call.
The game will also be shown nationally on the Fox College Sports Pacific channel as well as on the Fox Sports GO app.
For those who live outside Fox Sports Indiana's coverage area, the Indiana High School Athletic Association will live stream the game on their website, IHSAAtv.org. IHSAA has technology to block the webstream for those within the network's coverage area.
That feed will be available on desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
For those inside Fox Sports Indiana coverage area, the game will be available at IHSAAtv.org on a delayed basis following the conclusion of the live telecast.
The game will be rebroadcast on FOX Sports Indiana and FOX Sports Midwest at noon on Tuesday, March 27, and at 1 a.m. on Wednesday, March 28.
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