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ScoreStream’s #NextLadyLegend Finalist Interviews

Nominations have been pouring in and finalists are being picked. We will post an interview with each finalist and you will have your chance to vote for a national winner the week of March 20th. Check back daily for more interviews!

 

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Interview with Andra Espinoza-Hunter, Ossining High School

 

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Interview with Sarah Bates, Clovis West High School

 

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Interview with Love’ Tovar, Del Valle High School

 

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Interview with Danielle Lung, Clovis High School

 

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Interview with Haley Brown, Las Lomas High School

 

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Interview with Alexa Russo, Tampa Catholic

 

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Interview with Kaila Stoltzfus, Garden Spot High School

 

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Interview with Haley Thomas, Bishop McCort High School

 

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Interview with Danielle Jenkins, Arroyo Grande High School

 

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Interview with Nicole Heffington, Mentor High School

 

Interview with Nicole Heyn, The Maple Mountain Golden Eagles

Interview with Nicole Heyn, The Maple Mountain Golden Eagles

 

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Interview with Alyssa Lester, Bluefield High School

 

Interview with Taylor York, Arroyo Grande High School

Interview with Taylor York, Arroyo Grande High School

 

Interview with Amber Robben, Staples-Motley High School

Interview with Amber Robben, Staples-Motley High School

 

Interview with Caitlyn Cota, Bishop Alemany High School

Interview with Caitlyn Cota, Bishop Alemany High School

 

Interview with Isabella Solis, Arroyo Grande High School

Interview with Isabella Solis, Arroyo Grande High School

 

Click here to read more about the #NextLadyLegends contest and why we are doing this in honor of Women’s History Month!


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Women’s History Month & #NextLadyLegend Nominations

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Nominate Your Favorite Female Athletes To Be Our Next Lady All Star!

In honor of Women’s History Month, we want to take some time to highlight amazing female athletes all over the nation and bring attention to their incredible talents and accomplishments. We are partnering with local partners and the winners will be highlighted by our partners and us in our email blasts, social media posts and throughout our app.

 

How To Nominate

We are looking to YOU to help nominate local high school female athlete for us to highlight each week in the month of March.  To nominate, post photos and videos in ScoreStream of your athlete during their next game and use #NextLadyLegend.  The more photos and videos the better your chance of winning!

 

Why We Are Doing This

Because female athletes are AMAZING! We at ScoreStream are lucky to be exposed to talent nationwide at all levels. We are constantly impressed by the women athletes we see in ScoreStream, but they often get less media attention.

We’re so inspired by female athletes, like these 8 American Female Olympians Who Forever Changed The World of Sports or these 18 Athletes Who Changed the Game for Women. We want to tell the stories of the young female athletes of today that just might be the #NextLadyLegend.

As former female athletes ourselves, we are firm believers that playing sports as young girls have helped shape who we have become. In fact, according to this recent Forbes article, 52% of C-level executives played sports at the university level!

We want to honor Women’s History Month by highlighting young female athletes to inspire and encourage them to continue to be amazing!

 

Partners

If you are a local media outlet that wants to partner with us, we’d love your help promoting this campaign to your followers. If an athlete is picked from your region, we will give you access to all the photos, videos, and the Q&A interview we put together. You can use this however you’d like to help highlight these awesome athletes on your websites, broadcasts and social media.

 

Questions or Comments?

Feel free to contact us at info@scorestream.com or catch us on twitter @scorestream.

Be the Leader in High School Sports Coverage in Your Market

Below are several examples of creative ways our partners utilize our content in their own coverage. Posting great content in games helps you engage with fans specifically interested in that coverage. It also positions you as the leader in your market for high school sports! The sky is the limit so we encourage you to get as creative as you can!

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out our Promotional Playbook for more ideas.

 

Pre-Game Videos Posted in Game Pages

Pre-Game News Segment including interviews with the players by KRIS6Sports in Calallen vs Flour Bluff:

 

Pre-Game News Segment highlighting the coach’s career as he goes for his 427th win by 3SportsBlitz in Calallen vs Flour Bluff:

 

Pre-Game interview with the coach by KRIS6Sports in Sinton vs Ingleside:

 

Post-Game Coverage

News segment posted in the game page after the game was over that shows highlights, by KRIS6Sports in Moody Trojans vs King Mustangs:

 

News segment by KMEG with game highlights from two games and a mention of a play from the game that was selected for ScoreStream’s Plays of the Week. Check out the full article here.

 

Donnie Tillman from WICS posted a video to the ScoreStream app that got selected as the #1 pick of the week! He then used that to create a news segment, interviewing the player in the play:

 

Other Creative Segments

This is an awesome segment by WLUK in Green Bay that shows fans how to use the ScoreStream app. Also check out the full news article.

 

Segment on ScoreStream from WGXA in Macon, GA:

 

Questions? We’re here to help!
partner@scorestream.com

 

You may also be interested in:

>>Promotional Playbook
>>Scoreboard Inspiration
>>Promo Maker Tutorial

 

ScoreStream Tutorial: Getting Ready for Game Day

The most successful General Managers are the ones that act as the best champion and evangelist for their team.  They rally other fans to show their team spirit and chat in games, they provide comprehensive play-by-plays and keep the score accurate and up to date during games they attend.  Here are some tips and examples of things Super GMs are doing on game day!

 

Before Game Day

Game Time & Location: Is the game time and venue correct? If not, change it! Once you make the change, followers of your team will be notified.

Pre-Game Posts: post in the game the week of to get people excited and keep them in the loop with anything they need to know. Is there a pep really? A spirit night? Parking information? Make sure you utilize ScoreStream as a way to communicate to your team’s fans.

Cheer Battle: did you know you can hit that cheer button as many times as you want? Start cheering for your team and get others to cheer as well!

Game Promotion: use our Promo Maker to create a game match up card. You can tweet it out on your account, your school or team’s account, or even in the game!

On Game Day

Bring the Spirit: rally your team! Get them excited and participating in the game conversation!

Interviews: record a pre-game video, half-time interviewpost game interview or post game wrap up with some of the athletes, coaches or fans.

Score: keep the score updated and encourage other fans to help out.

Play-by-Plays: for all the fans who aren’t able to be there, keep them updated with play-by-play updates or details about interesting plays.

Photos & Videos: everyone loves visuals. Post lots of photos and videos!

Rally Fans: get all the other fans to do all these things too! Find other fans and team advocates who want to contribute to game coverage. Remind them that the best photos and videos may get highlighted on our media partners‘ news websites. Put your team on the map!

 

You may also be interested in…

>>GM Promotional Playbook
>>Tutorials