Keystone Broadcasting to air more high school football in 2017

The Keystone Broadcasting network of stations is set to once again air high school football in 2017 with streaming video and radio broadcasts.

Keystone stations include 97.7 KICM – The Big Station, 102.1 KHKC and Mix 96.1 in southern Oklahoma.

Bob Sullins, one of the owners of Keystone Broadcasting, said they were excited to get add Sulphur to the list of high schools the stations cover for the football season.

“We’re just excited to be able to cover as many high schools as we do, bringing the total to seven,” Sullins said.

Along with Sulphur, that list includes Ardmore, Atoka, Coalgate, Davis, Lone Grove and Pottsboro, Texas.

The coverage of Ardmore, Davis, Lone Grove and Sulphur is video coverage streamed via the Internet.

Keystone is also the broadcasting network over the Southeastern Sports Network, covering Savage Storm athletics, including football, volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball.

Here is the link for the game to be streamed in Week Zero: