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Time Warner Cable will provide live television coverage of the UIL boys and girls state soccer championships this week from Birkelbach Field in Georgetown, while FOXSportsSouthwest.com and FOXSportsHouston.com will offer live webcasts.
The tournament semifinals and finals will be televised on Time Warner Cable’s Texas Channel and will be streamed on FoxSportsSouthwest.com and FoxSportsHouston.com.
The Texas Channel is available to Time Warner Cable digital cable customers in the Rio Grande Valley on channel 888.
Following is the schedule for the UIL Soccer State Championships:
Thursday, April 19 – 5A Semifinals
11:00 a.m. Girls: Klein Oak vs. Plano West Texas Channel/Webcast
1:00 p.m. Girls: Katy Seven Lakes vs. San Antonio Churchill Texas Channel/Webcast
4:00 p.m. Boys: Mission Sharyland vs. Mansfield Texas Channel/Webcast
6:00 p.m. Boys: Austin Westlake vs. Katy Morton Ranch Texas Channel/Webcast
Friday, April 20 – 4A Semifinals
11:00 a.m. Girls: Dallas Highland Park vs. Waco Midway Texas Channel/Webcast
4:00 p.m. Boys: Wichita Falls Rider vs. Mount Pleasant Texas Channel/Webcast
6:00 p.m. Boys: San Antonio Alamo Heights vs. Friendswood Texas Channel/Webcast
Saturday, April 21 – Finals
11:00 a.m. 5A Girls Final Texas Channel/Webcast
1:00 p.m. 5A Boys Final Texas Channel/Webcast
4:00 p.m. 4A Girls Final Texas Channel/Webcast
6:00 p.m. 4A Boys Final Texas Channel/Webcast
Texas Channel is available to Time Warner Cable digital cable customers.
Webcasts are available on FoxSportsSouthwest.com and FoxSportsHouston.com
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