FRANKLIN — None of the assembled directors at Wednesday’s first MIAA board meeting of the school year can tell you how any of their teams will fare. But what they do know is that if their school makes the state championship game, fans can watch it live online.
In an agreement announced Tuesday and discussed by the board Wednesday, every MIAA state championship will be online starting this fall. From soccer to gymnastics, field hockey to volleyball, every title game will be on the new NFHS Network, a partnership of the National Federation of State High School Associations, 28 individual state associations such as the MIAA, and PlayOn! Sports.