Viewing Olympics (and Coleman Scott) on Comcast

Fans wishing to follow Coleman Scott compete on Saturday, Aug. 11 can do so on Xfinity.

Here is the company release:

Comcast customers seeking Olympic programming from London will have their own Passport to the 2012 Games  at no additional cost. Xfinity TV subscribers will have access to view 32 sports and 302 events:

Double and Triple Play customers are automatically verified at the site while in their homes; they can quickly sign in with their Comcast ID when outside their homes. Customers without a Comcast ID can get one at MyComcastID.com. Since all events are streamed live, it’s easy to follow any local athletes in any event.

The xfinity.com/nbcolympics microsite will have in-depth editorial content and highlight what’s on TV, online and on VOD – while allowing you to change channels or schedule a DVR recording.

3,500 hours of live coverage streaming to your mobile device via the NBC Live Extra app (sign in with Comcast ID when app becomes available in mid-July).

On Demand programming before the Games (200 choices available now) and during the Games (800 choices beginning July 26, including Bob Costas’ daily recaps and highlights)

The ability to use a mobile device to plan your Olympic viewing via scheduling filters on the NBC Olympics app, the Xfinity TV app or the Xfinity TV Sports Remote app.

Comcast customers get an unmatched viewing experience with complete content, control and mobility – even if they’re not in front of a TV screen during prime time; even if they’re interested in an event that doesn’t receive live TV coverage; and even if they don’t have their Comcast ID available. In that case, they can use NBCUniversal’s new Temp Pass, a one-time pass that allows instant viewing of one four-hour block of programming at NBCOlympics.com or with the NBC Live Extra app.


Trinity, Canon-Mac reunited

Realignment in wrestling has been finalized by the WPIAL and Trinity and Canon-McMillan will be in the same section for the next two seasons. Peters Township was moved from Section 4A to Section 2B and Ringgold jumped from Section 2B to 2A.

In Class AA, Burgettstown was sent to Section 1B and away fropm its natural rivals in Avella, Fort Cherry, South Fayette and Chartiers-Houston. Avella is the new member in that section.

North Catholic and Mapletown were added as new teams.

The following is the new alignment.

Class AAA
Section 1A - Franklin Regional, Gateway, Kiski, McKeesport, Penn Hills, Woodland Hills
Section 1B - Greensburg Salem, Hempfield, Indiana, Greater Latrobe, Penn-Trafford, Norwin
Section 2A - Albert Gallatin, Belle Vernon, Connellsville, Elizabeth Forward, Thomas Jefferson, Ringgold
Section 2B - Baldwin, Bethel Park, Mt. Lebanon, Peters Township, Upper St. Clair, West Mifflin

Section 3A - Butler, Knoch, Mars, North Allegheny, Pine-Richland, Seneca Valley
Section 3B - Central Catholic, Fox Chapel, Hampton, North Hills, Plum, Shaler

Section 4A - Canon-McMillan, Chartiers Valley, McGuffey, Moon, Trinity, Waynesburg
Section 4B - Ambridge, Blackhawk, Central Valley, Hopewell, Montour, West Allegheny

Class AA
Section 1A - Avella, Carlynton, Chartiers-Houston, Fort Cherry, South Fayette, South Park
Section 1B - Beaver, Burgettstown, Ellwood City, Freedom, Laurel, South Side Beaver

Section 2A - Bentworth, Beth-Center, Jefferson-Morgan, Mapletown, Washington, West Greene
Section 2B - Charleroi, Derry, Jeannette, Mount Pleasant, Southmoreland, Yough
Section 3A - Avonworth, Keystone Oaks, North Catholic, Riverview, Shady Side Academy, South Allegheny
Section 3B - Burrell, Kittanning, Highlands, Summit Academy, Valley, West Shamokin


CM video, ring ceremony

Canon-McMillan's wrestling team will hold a ring ceremony and show the season highlight film at 7 p.m., Thursday in the high school auditorium. The public is invited.


Wrestling link for Fargo

Here is the link to the results for the tournaments in Fargo, N.D.