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Sport game streaming now available to Lab community

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Daniel Baeza
This winter the athletics department is providing sports game streaming services through Hudl to students, faculty and families.

This winter the athletics department is providing sports game streaming services through Hudl to students, faculty and families. The service had been used to record games and extract statistics. With the new year the athletics department decided to extend its use for sports game streaming.

Laura Gill, deputy director of athletics, is in charge of implementing Hudl and has worked with coaches and administrators to allow for sports game streaming. 

“It’s been something that when Mr. Ribbens was here we talked about, but struggled to get the ball rolling and we realized it would be really beneficial, so we were able to and ended up implementing it,” Ms. Gill said.

Currently, livestreaming is only available for basketball games, but cameras have been set up on Jackman Field for the upcoming girls soccer season. The department plans to eventually have the service available for all applicable sports. 

“Livestreaming right now is currently available for Upper Kovler and for games on Jackman Field. However, all of our sports programs are going to be able to use it for stat purposes,” Ms. Gill said.

To watch games and practices students, family and faculty should download the Hudl Fan App available on Android and iOS, and search University High School.

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Kabir Joshi, Assistant Editor
Kabir Joshi is a member of the Class of 2026 and is an assistant editor. As a ninth grader, he joined the U-High Midway during the 2022-23 school year. His favorite story that he has written is "Movie differentiates itself from others." Outside of the Midway, he runs cross country and loves spending time with his dog. Awards: 2023 Journalism Education Association National Student Media Contests, San Francisco convention: Excellent, review writing
Daniel Baeza, Photographer
Daniel Baeza is a beginning photojournalist and a member of the Class of 2025. His favorite part of photojournalism is learning different photography methods. Danny thinks the most fulfilling part of photojournalism is capturing someone's emotions in one frame. Outside of photojournalism, Danny enjoys playing baseball, drawing and hanging out with friends. Awards: 2023 Journalism Education Association National Student Media Contests, Boston convention: Superior, general/spot news

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