GIANT fm Sports will broadcast West Vigo at Greencastle Friday

With North Putnam schools closed amid rising COVID-19 cases the South Putnam at North Putnam matchup for Week 3 football will not be played.


GIANT fm Sports will now have play-by-play of the West Vigo - Greencastle football game on Friday.


Coverage is set for 6:45 pm.

South Putnam announces new opponent to replace North Putnam for Week 3 football

The annual rivalry football game featuring South Putnam and North Putnam was scheduled to be our GIANT fm Sports on WREB broadcast game coming up Friday.  It looks now as if that game will not take place.


South Putnam has announced via its football Facebook page and athletic Twitter that the Eagles will now travel to Straughn on Friday to play Tri.  Game time is 7:30 pm.


No details about what prompted the change were included in the announcement.  More details to come including the schedule for GIANT fm Sports broadcast schedule for Week 3.

Tiger Cubs open '21 football campaign with first year starters, vets at new positions

Greencastle football has posted winning seasons in four of the past five.  But this season opens with a number of first year starters and veterans who are filling new roles due to graduation and injury.  That includes the loss of the projected starting quarterback.


Head coach Mike Meyer talks with GIANT fm Sports about the season that opens tonight at Crawfordsville.




South Putnam must replace 9 seniors in hopes of deeper postseason run

The South Putnam football team suffered just one loss in 2020.  The eventual 1A state champs from Covenant Christian eliminated the Eagles in the regional, 48-7.  


Now, what to do for an encore.  2020 marked the most wins since an 11-2 record in 2013.  And it was the first above -.500 season since 2015.


South Putnam is ranked ninth in the preseason 1A poll.


Third year coach Chuck Sorrell has a number of key positions to fill after graduation took nine seniors from last season's 12-1 club.  He talked with GIANT fm Sports about the upcoming season.



South Putnam opens the 2021 season on GIANT fm Sports WREB.  The Eagles host Cloverdale.  The Clovers are looking for a first win over South Putnam since 2006.


Pregame is 6:45 pm with kickoff at 7:00 pm.




Greencastle hopes to have football turf ready for Week 3 home opener

High school football season is quickly approaching.  So is the deadline for the school to have the field ready for the home opener.

The good news for Greencastle is that the Tiger Cubs don’t host a game until Week 3 with West Vigo. 

Athletic Director Doug Greenlee says the project is taking steps in the right direction.

  Greenlee says West Vigo is on notice just in case something should need changed.

It’s not just what’s on top with the turf.  It’s what’s below that will bring major improvement to Harbison Stadium.

Greenlee says this is just one of several projects that are planned to bring major improvements to Greencastle athletics.

IHSAA and Hudl announce partnership to revolutionize video and data exchange

The Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) and Hudl are partnering to transform athletic departments, coaches, and athletes throughout the state of Indiana.

Over 130 high school athletic departments and 3,000 teams in the state are already using Hudl’s video, data and recruiting tools. Between Hudl Focus cameras and the implementation of statewide member school exchanges, Hudl and the IHSAA are working together to stay on the cutting edge with a first-of-its-kind partnership that will fulfill that promise of universal access to video and data – and ultimately give new insights and time back to teams to focus on their development.

“We are excited to bring this first-of-its-kind partnership with the Indiana High School Athletic Association,” said Greg Nelson, Vice President of Competitive at Hudl. “Our goal is to provide the technology for coaches, athletes and their athletic departments to perform at their best.”



Hudl is a leading performance analysis company revolutionizing the way coaches and athletes prepare for and stay ahead of the competition. Founded in 2006, Hudl offers a complete suite of products that empower more than 180,000 global sports teams at every level – from grassroots to professional organizations – to gather insights with video and data. Hudl’s products and services include online tools, mobile and desktop apps, smart cameras, analytics, professional consultation and more.

“The IHSAA is excited to have Hudl as a corporate partner in advancing education-based athletics through their cutting edge technology,” said IHSAA Commissioner Paul Neidig. “With the continued growth of livestreaming and broadcasting, member schools will be able to make access to video effortless for both teams and fans. The Hudl Focus camera system integrates seamlessly with the IHSAA Champions Network and to provide a high definition livestream option for both member schools and fans.”

Hudl’s suite of video capture and analysis technologies will provide Indiana schools with everything they need to power their high school athletic programs. Hudl Focus, Hudl’s newest camera technology, is an auto-tracking camera that provides teams with HD video without requiring a cameraperson. Smart camera technology and livestreaming is in demand now more than ever; providing the ability for athletic directors to monetize their games while providing broader access to community fans.

Additionally, all game in Hudl Focus-equipped stadiums – whether you’re home, away or at a neutral site – will be automatically uploaded to your Hudl library with the Focus Exchange Network. This innovative use of technology will allow IHSAA schools to stay on the cutting edge by making access to video effortless for teams and fans.

Member schools in the IHSAA are encouraged to participate in a member school video exchange through Hudl for football, basketball and volleyball.





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