The Triangle's first live television broadcast of a high school basketball game came on Thursday, December 17, 2015 in Cary when Apex visited Panther Creek for boys and girls basketball. The game was aired on the Time Warner Cable SportsChannel as part of an exclusive agreement between the NCHSAA and TWC.
The Triangle's first live television broadcast of a high school basketball game came on Thursday, December 17, 2015 in Cary when Apex visited Panther Creek for boys and girls basketball. The game was aired on the Time Warner Cable SportsChannel as part of an exclusive agreement between the NCHSAA and TWC. Christine Adamczyk newsobserver.com
The Triangle's first live television broadcast of a high school basketball game came on Thursday, December 17, 2015 in Cary when Apex visited Panther Creek for boys and girls basketball. The game was aired on the Time Warner Cable SportsChannel as part of an exclusive agreement between the NCHSAA and TWC. Christine Adamczyk newsobserver.com

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