• Big Leagues for Little Ol’ Us!

    CCS (Steve Filios) advises that the championship game this Saturday, Dec. 7 at 7:00 PM will be streamed live via
    http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/channels/cif-central-coast-california

    Cost will be $9.95. Three days after the game, or about Dec. 10, it will be streamed on demand for free. Not only that, but DVDs will be available for those who wish a souvenir of the game. Cost for the DVD was not available, but you can find information on the CCS website at www.cifcss.org. When you get there, you’ll see a big logo that says “Central Coast Section Network” on the left side and you can get more info there later in the week — they’re updating the website now and over the next few days.

    If you wish to go to the game, your best bet is to get a Google Map or MapQuest. Independence is in East San Jose, the McKee Rd. turnoff off 880. Cost will be $10/adult, $5/student-senior. Kids under 6 get in free with an adult. There will be $5 parking fee. That’s how Independence finances their athletic program so be happy to pay it.

    As we did with Shoe and the playoffs, we’ll follow the game and send Facebook and Twitter updates as soon as we get them. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for all kinds of bulletins all the time.

    Peter Nichols will photograph from the sidelines.

    GO BREAKERS!

    posted to Cedar Street Times on December 2, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports

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