CSN Has 6 Games, 15 hours of MIAA Super Bowl Coverage

CSN Has 6 Games, 15 hours of MIAA Super Bowl Coverage
December 2, 2013, 3:30 pm
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Gary Tanguay and Andy Gresh to Call Marathon of High School Football Live from Gillette Stadium

Full Highlights, Coverage Available at CSNNE.com and on Twitter @CSNNE

BURLINGTON, MA - Comcast SportsNet and CSNNE.com, the region’s source for local sports coverage, will air all six MIAA football Super Bowl games live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough on Saturday. Comcast SportsNet’s Gary Tanguay and 98.5 the Sports Hub’s Andy Gresh will call the games, which will be produced by Kraft Sports Production.

Starting at 9 a.m., the all-day coverage will begin with the Division 5 matchup and conclude at 8 p.m. with the Division 3 title game. Between each game and each half, Comcast SportsNet’s Dalen Cuff and NFL Super Bowl Champion and Agawam native Mike Flynn will break down each game.

9 a.m. - Division 6 

Cohasset vs. Littleton

11 a.m. - Division 4

Dennis-Yarmouth vs. Doherty

1:30 p.m. - Division 2

Mansfield vs. St. John's (S)

3:30 p.m. - Division 1

Central Catholic vs. Xaverian 

6 p.m. - Division 3

Tewksbury vs. Plymouth South 

8 p.m. - Division 5:

Bishop Fenwick vs. Northbridge

Fans of all schools can get highlights at www.csnne.com/miaasuperbowland get updates via Twitter by following @CSNNE. Fans can join the conversation and see their comments featured during our telecasts by using #MASuperBowls.

About Comcast SportsNet New England

Comcast SportsNet New England reaches more than 4 million households in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Comcast SportsNet’s programming includes the Boston Celtics, New England Revolution, Chevrolet SportsNet Central, UNO’S Sports Tonight, Sports Sunday, Celtics Now, Celtics Courtside Club, The Baseball Show, Quick Slants, New England Tailgate, New England Football Night, Football Day in New England including pre and post-game programs surrounding all Patriots games, CAA football, basketball and more. CSNNE.com, the online home of Comcast SportsNet, provides continuous news, video and in-depth, up-to-the-minute coverage of New England sports. Comcast SportsNet New England is part of the NBC Sports Group. Visit www.csnne.com for more information. Check local listings for the specific channel location for your area.