Broadcast information for Limestone vs. Brevard

BREVARD, N.C. – Fans have several options to watch or listen to tonight’s televised nonconference showdown between Brevard and Limestone.

Those in the Asheville television market, which includes western North Carolina and the upstate of South Carolina, can view the telecast on WMYA My40. The network can be found on over-the-air channels 40.1 and 13.2 or on the local television package for any cable and satellite provider. Comporium subscribers in Brevard can find the network on channel 110.

Out-of-market fans or those without television access can also view the WMYA broadcast through Brevard’s online streaming partner, BoxCast. Fans can watch in standard definition for free or purchase an upgrade to a high definition feed for $4.00. Football Season Ticket holders and All-Sport Pass subscribers may also view through their respective channels.

For fans on the go, WMYA has made the game available on Internet-enabled smartphones through the WLOS News 13 app. To view the stream, download the app from your phone’s app store, tap the three bars in the upper left corner, and select “Live Event” on the pop-out menu.

The WSQL team of Rick James and Chuck Dunbar will provide radio commentary in western North Carolina on 1240 AM and 102.1 FM and worldwide online. Live stats will also be available for the contest.

Pregame on the WSQL radio broadcast begins at 6:15 p.m., with the telecast’s pregame show beginning at 6:30. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00.

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