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NCHSAA and Sign Multi-Year Agreement PDF Print
Written by Rick Strunk   
Saturday, 20 October 2012 10:40

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association and, the online high school sports leader and a site, have signed a partnership agreement for the next three years, NCHSAA officials have

announced. The selection of as the Associations “Official Statistician and Digital Media Partner” will give NCHSAA member schools a single location to report all Box Score information. provides schools with a publishing platform which allows schools to keep their statistics in real time along with mobile extensions and easy-to-use stat keeping interfaces for each sport.  
The NCHSAA will use the data collected from the platform to help to manage their regular season standings, post-season qualifiers, state record book, NCHSAA stat leaderboards, media publications, and much more.  Schools will need to update their Box Score information on after each contest in order to efficiently manage these initiatives.  NCHSAA Commissioner Davis Whitfield announced, “The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is pleased to renew its partnership with MaxPreps and expand our existing relationship.
We anticipate that the utilization of the various MaxPreps technologies will streamline our reporting and playoff qualification processes and enhance efficiency across many of our Association initiatives.", the nation’s most visited site for high school sports information and results, has been on the prep sports scene since 2002 and successfully partnered with other state athletic associations. “ is honored to partner with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and looks forward to deepening our strong relationship. Our platform will allow the NCHSAA to launch multiple initiatives around the content we will provide, while streamlining the playoff qualification process.  We firmly believe North Carolina high school sports will be very well served” said Andy Beal, Founder and President. “We look forward to continuing our official relationship with the NCHSAA and stand ready to serve its member schools.” Founded in August 2002, is headquartered in Cameron Park, California and is a unit of CBS Interactive. For more information about and for the latest high school sports news, scores, and expert analysis, please visit   The mission of the NCHSAA is to provide governance and leadership for interscholastic athletic programs that support and enrich the educational experience of students.

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