Verizon FiOS1 Potomac Airs the Maryland State Boys and Girls High School Basketball and Wrestling Championships

This week through March 21, Verizon FiOS TV subscribers in Maryland can see all 12 semifinal and final Maryland boys and girls high school state championship basketball games and wrestling matches on FiOS1, Channel 1 on Verizon FiOS TV.

"Verizon's advanced fiber-optic network will help deliver the ultimate state championship game experience to our customers," said Michelle Webb, FiOS1's general manager and chief programming officer.  "They'll see the best that Verizon has to offer and be able to follow all the action, in-depth and as it happens." 

Edward F. "Ned" Sparks, executive director of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association, said, "We are excited to recognize the deserving student-athletes of our state and appreciative of the partnership with Verizon FiOS in making that happen."

To find out when the championship games will air, visit www.fios1news.com

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