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Tri-Valley TV to Air High School Basketball Games

Games will air multiple times including every Saturday night at 7 p.m. starting Feb. 1.

Granada High Vs. Livermore High. Photo credit: Tri-Valley TV
Granada High Vs. Livermore High. Photo credit: Tri-Valley TV

Information provided by Tri-Valley TV—

For the third year, Tri-Valley TV30 will bring you the excitement of high school basketball.  TV30 will broadcast a record five basketball games this season. The games will be tape delayed and may be viewed on Comcast TV Channel 30 and AT&T U-verse via Channel 99 as well as streaming on the TV30 website at www.tv30.org.

"Viewers have asked us to increase our high school sports coverage,” said Melissa Tench-Stevens, Executive Director of Tri-Valley TV. “All together TV30 will broadcast over ten sporting events this academic year.  Additionally, we are happy to announce that we will be highlighting two girls basketball games this season. None of this programming is possible without the financial support of the community and the TV30 Foundation. We are thankful to those who help us support high school sports in this manner.”

Play by play and color announcing will include TV30 sports personalities Ian Bartholomew, George Dr. “B” Baljevich, and Tim Sbranti.  Interviews during the game will include coaches, principals, players, students, and more. 

Matchups scheduled to be broadcast are: 

Amador Valley @ Foothill H.S. – Boys

Redwood Christian @ Valley Christian - Girls

Alhambra@ Dublin – Girls

Alhambra @ Dublin – Boys

Granada @ Livermore - Boys

Games will air multiple times including every Saturday night at 7 p.m. starting February 1st. For complete air dates and times visit the Tri-Valley TV website at www.tv30.org or watch when it's convenient by going to tv30.org and use our free Video on Demand service.  DVDs of the games may also be purchased by going to the website.

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