Comcast SportsNet, the television home of the IHSA State Championships, will be airing LIVE coverage of the 2015 Illinois High School Association Boys Basketball State Championships on Friday and Saturday, March 13-14 (Class 1A/2A) and Friday and Saturday, March 20-21 (Class 3A/4A) from Carver Arena inside the Civic Center in Peoria.
Over the next two weekends, Illinois preps hoops fans can look forward to seeing every action-packed semifinal, consolation and championship battle telecast in a high-definition (HD) format.
Click the link below for CSN channel information by game, simulcast information in the Champaign, Peoria, Rockford & Springfield markets, as well as broadcast information for markets that do not carry CSN:
2015 IHSA TV Broadcast Schedule & Information
IMPORTANT BROADCAST NOTES:
* Several IHSA Boys Basketball Championship telecasts will air on CSN+ (in high-definition on Comcast ch. 201 in the Chicago area & South Bend, IN…ch. 285 in Comcast’s Peoria, Springfield, Rockford and Champaign markets…along with AT&T U-verse homes among others); viewers are urged to visit CSN’s CHANNEL FINDER
or the IHSA website
for complete channel location details for ALL games throughout the state.
* Fans are also strongly urged to interact via Twitter throughout the entire weekend by utilizing the hashtag #IHSA
to share their comments and showcase their school spirit for their favorite teams.
will also be providing fans with a live stream of every IHSA Boys Basketball championship post-game press conference. In addition, CSNChicago.com
’s IHSA Preps section (csnchicago.com/preps
) will feature highlight packages from all games over the next two weekends, plus – Comcast SportsNet viewers can look forward to a special championship editions of High School Lites on Friday, March 13& Friday, March 20.
* Lee Hall and legendary Chicago Bulls broadcaster Tom Dore will bring viewers the 3A action and Dave Bernhard and Camron Smith step in to call the 4A games. BTN's Michelle McMahon (3A) and CSN's Kelly Crull (4A) will split the sideline duties, while Matt Rodewald hosts the show from the March Madness Experience, a basketball fueled family fun area located in the exhibit halls adjacent to the arena.