New Website,, Teams up with KDOC to Broadcast Oaks Christian vs. Oak Park Game

Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) December 8, 2006

Friday, December 8th at 7 pm is the CIF Northeast Division Championship between Oaks Christian High School v. Oak Park. Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, California has won 44 consecutive games, tied for the eighth longest streak in California history according to The Oaks Christian Lions are led by what many consider to be the top prep player in the country, Notre Dame bound quarterback Jimmy Clausen who is hoping to lead his team to a fourth straight CIF Southern Section Championship. Standing in their way is league rival Oak Park. The Oak Park Eagles have put together an impressive season of their own, compiling a 12-1 record with their only blemish being a 55-7 loss to Oaks Christian.

The Lions have waltzed through the post-season despite losing USC bound and nationally renowned running back Marc Tyler in the first quarter of their first playoff game. Nevertheless, Oaks has kept intact their impressive streak of not allowing more than 17 points in any game this season and not scoring fewer than 47.

If you are not one of the fortunate fans to attend Friday’s game or even if you just want to catch all the action you can go to (, a new website which proclaims being the “Pioneer of Online High School Sports Webcasting.” This free website provides broadcast quality game coverage like no other with proprietary software enabling viewers to watch any play within the webcast at just a click of the button – think TiVo? online. With the familiar voice of former USC play by play announcer Tom Kelly teamed with color commenter and high school athletic insider Garry Paskwietz, viewers receive the utmost in professional play by play. With blogs, boards, vignettes and more, this site scores a touchdown by fans.

Teaming up with KDOC, the video footage by Vootage? will also air after the game Friday night at 12:00am. So no matter if you are rooting for Oaks Christian or Oak Park or you’re just an avid high school football fanatic, Friday will be sure to be a game that shouldn’t be missed.


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