Fans of high-school basketball will have a chance to listen to a live radio stream of the Andress High School and Burges High School Sweet 16 matches in this year’s 5A Boys Texas State Tournament this Friday.
Through a partnership with Town Talk Radio, fans of the Eagles and the Mustangs will be able to follow along the games via a live radio stream available here.
The public also will have the option to download an app that will allow them to listen live on their smart phone.
Burges will play Fort Worth Eastern Hills at 3 p.m. El Paso time. Andress will play Northwest at 5 p.m. El Paso time. Both games are at Western Texas College in Snyder.
If both teams win, they will meet each other in the Elite 8 on Saturday. That game also will be available for radio live stream at the same website. The Elite 8 game starts at 1 p.m. also at Western Texas College.
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