Season 5, Episode 13, 3/1/2017
March 1, 2017, 8:00 p.m. — The crew at DMVSTREAM.COM released the thirteenth episode of season five of the high school sports show called “The PrepZone at DMVSTREAM.COM.”
This week’s episode featured recaps and highlights of:
- Gonzaga vs Paul VI
- Potomac vs Albemarle (girls)
- Paul VI vs St. John’s (girls)
- Maret vs Sidwell Friends
The crew also previewed the following:
- 5A State Tournament
- 6A State Tournament
- West Potomac vs Western Branch
- Madison vs Hylton
What is “The PrepZone at DMVSTREAM.COM”?
The PrepZone at DMVSTREAM.COM is a weekly 30-minute TV-style show that features local sports reporters and on-air talent. The show covers high school sports in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Each week, the crew at DMVSTREAM.COM review the week’s highlights and also looks ahead and previews the best upcoming match-ups in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
The show streams LIVE at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at DMVSTREAM.COM and will then be made available onDemand at DMVSTREAM.COM. The show can also be viewed on Cox, Comcast and Verizon FiOS television Channel 10 in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Leesburg, Prince William County, Reston, Stafford County and Fredericksburg. Check your local listings for air dates and times.
VIDEO: Go behind the scenes. Our new state-of-the-art studio space in downtown Fairfax, Va. allows us to produce a show with four HD camera angles, graphics, highlights, interviews with players, coaches, segments, commercial breaks and so much more. Watch this behind the scenes video and see how we produced Season 1, Episode 1. Watch the VIDEO.
The PrepZone at DMVSTREAM.COM is brought to you by Executive Producer B.J. Koubaroulis (pictured right), a long-time D.C. area sports personality and owner at DMVSTREAM.COM and it’s parent company, Synthesis Multimedia Productions. You can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @bjkoub.
DMVSTREAM.com is a web site dedicated to broadcasting live sports in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. DMVSTREAM.com broadcasts pro, amateur, college, high school, AAU and youth games and tournaments to televisions, computers and mobile devices like iPads, iPhones and more.