DS/State Associations partnerships to provide state football scoreboards

By: Cameron Mellor (@cammellor)
August 8, 2014

 

Digital Scout football viewers across the country will now be treated to a unique, one-of-a-kind experience starting this fall. Due to a new partnership with several different state athletics & activities associations, viewers will now be able to stream data in real time from a variety of states, across our nation in one solidified place. 

 

For the first time in Digital Scout's nearly 20 years, users will be able to view data casts of football games on a state scoreboard for Washington D.C., Wyoming, North Dakota, Alabama, Ohio, Tennessee and areas of Texas with many more to come. 

 

This unique treat is due to a partnership between Digital Scout and each individual athletic or activities association.

 

Housed on each athletic or activities association state website, viewers will be able to watch the data stream in from any and all schools who are utilizing Digital Scout to track their stats on Friday nights.

 

Have a program in Texas that you want to check up on? Visit Dave Campbell's TexasFootball.com to check them out. How about your nephew's game in D.C. that you can't make it to? Maybe your alma mater has a committed athlete playing in Ohio on Friday night? With this new platform, viewers can check out scores from all across the nation as they happen.

 

Follow along with the Digital Scout Twitter at @digitalscout for up-to-the-minute news and further information regarding which states are partnering with Digital Scout and which games are happening live on Fridays. Make sure your favorite high school or alma mater has and will use Digital Scout this fall!

 

Congratulations to HSGC users across the northeast region of the country

 

By: Cameron Mellor

January 8, 2014

 

In light of the annual high school All-American games that took place this past weekend, signifying the culmination of the high school football season, we see no better time than the present to continue to unveil the first-annual, All-HSGC Award Lists for the 2013 football season.

 

With extensive parameters and essential criteria to be considered for the coveted list, the All-HSGC Awards signify excellence on the field of key offensive positions and defensive players as a whole. The quintessential component of the list was basic and to-the-point – your team must utilize the HSGameCenter program being delivered by Digital Scout. From there, the grading criterion included, but was not limited to, yards and touchdowns, team winning percentage, percentage of team total offense and much more.

 

The northeast region contains users from the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington D.C.

 

After careful deliberation and hours of scouring over statistics from programs far and wide, the list of the first ever All-Northeast HSGC Awards are here.

 

All-Northeast Player of the Year:

 

 

Steven Peoples, Galax (Va.) High School (6-5)

Running Back No. 22

3598 total yards, 44 total touchdowns

 

All-Northeast First Team

Quarterback:

Mark Pyles, Lebanon (Pa.) High School (7-4), No. 5

3919 total yards, 48 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

 

 

Josh Sweet, Woodgrove (Va.) High School (9-4), No. 4

2818 total yards, 40 total touchdowns

 

Deshaun Wethington, Kings Fork (Va.) High School (9-3), No. 4

2157 total yards, 23 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Swahneek Brown, Mechanicsburg (Pa.) High School (5-5), No. 1

1112 total yards, 18 total touchdowns

 

Jeremy De la Cruz, Lebanon, No. 11

1123 total yards, 12 total touchdowns

 

All-Northeast Second Team

Quarterback:

Kent Henry, Western Albemarle (Va.) High School (10-3), No. 16

3571 total yards, 51 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Qadree Ollison, Canisius (NY) High School (9-2), No. 7

1496 total yards, 22 total touchdowns

 

Brad Rinehart, Middletown (Md.) High School (14-0), No. 22

1665 total yards, 29 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Nicholas Negron, Lebanon, No. 4

1014 total yards, 13 total touchdowns

 

Steven Hearn, Western Albemarle, No. 10

801 total yards, 13 total touchdowns

 

All-Northeast Third Team

Quarterback:

Nick Cascione, New Canaan (Ct.) High School (13-1), No. 15

3439 total yards, 45 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Gavin Berkely, Meyersdale Area (Pa.) High School (8-2), No. 36

1121 total yards, 20 total touchdowns

 

Frank Cognetta, New Canaan, No. 4

1441 total yards, 16 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Jonathan Duhart, Manchester (Va.) High School (8-3), No. 11

1103 total yards, 10 total touchdowns

 

Jordan Stewart, Arundel (Md.) High School (9-3), No. 5

1127 total yards, 9 total touchdowns

 

All-Northeast Honorable Mention

Quarterback:

Ben Nardo, South Carroll (Md.) High School (9-3), No. 16

3065 total yards, 35 total touchdowns

 

Anthony Messenger, Arundel, No. 4

3014 total yards, 31 total touchdowns

 

Alex Lipscomb, Ritchie County (WV) High School (8-4), No. 15

2723 total yards, 27 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Justin Jones, Chilhowie (Va.) High School (7-5), No. 20

1623 total yards, 21 total touchdowns

 

Brent Hinson, Tabb (Va.) High School (7-4), No. 33

1798 total yards, 15 total touchdowns

 

Mikell Moore, McKeesport Area (Pa.) High School (10-1), No. 24

1136 total yards, 16 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Dylan Mellor, Woodgrove, No. 2

915 total yards, 8 total touchdowns

 

Andrew Fischer, East Rochester (NY) High School (7-2), No. 81

599 total yards, 12 total touchdowns

 

Charles Sobieraski, Lockport (NY) High School (3-6), No. 81

526 total yards, 11 total touchdowns

 

 

All-Northeast Defense

Player of the Year:

George Aston, Sherando (Va.) High School (10-2), No. 10

126.5 total tackle, 62 solo, 6.5 tackle for loss, 2 sack, 3 interception

 

Honorable Mention Defense:

Logan Casey, Middletown, No. 67

53.5 total tackle, 43 solo, 17.5 tackle for loss, 6.5 sack

 

Ricky Leonard, Middletown, No. 83

39 total tackle, 30 solo, 25 tackle for loss, 14 sack

 

Anthony Marconi, West Morris Mendham (NJ) High School (6-6), No. 59

117 total tackle, 85 solo, 5.5 tackle for loss, 2.5 sack, 1 interception

 

Marshall Taylor, Lockport, No. 65

38 total tackle, 21 solo, 14 tackle for loss, 7.5 sack

 

Matt Bartnik, Cheektowaga (NY) High School (6-2), No. 21

45.5 total tackle, 36 solo, 17.5 tackle for loss, 3 sack

 

Joseph Dixon, Galax, No. 20

71 total tackle, 40 solo, 18 tackle for loss, 2.5 sack

 

Osiris Crutchfield, Western Albemarle, No. 73

41 total tackle, 29 solo, 10 tackle for loss, 8 sack