TORRINGTON – Through an initiative in the high school ranks, the state of Wyoming is encouraging schools to broadcast games on the National Federation of High School Network.
Torrington High School took a step in that direction on Wednesday, Aug. 21 when Pinnacle Bank donated $1,000 to the school for the equipment necessary to do just that.
“This is for the Pixelot camera that is used for the National Federation of High School Network,” THS athletic director Dave Plendl said. “It allows us to broadcast anything in the gym.”
The camera will be mounted in the gym and be able to broadcast any events in Willi Gym on the NFHS Network, including volleyball, basketball, wrestling and graduation.
The high school wasn’t the only program to get the Pixalot camera.
“The middle school got it, as well,” Plendl said. “I know Southeast and Lingle-Fort Laramie high schools also have the Pixelot camera.”