Local teams on Comcast On Demand

Comcast announced its fall XFINITY On Demand High School sports schedule on Tuesday, and there are a number of local teams featured.

All of the action will be available on XFINITY On Demand within 72 hours after the games are played, beginning Tuesday with a full length airing of the Sept. 2 game between football powerhouses Liberty and Skyline.

Locally, high school sports can be seen under the XFINITY On Demand menu by selecting Get Local and then Sports with your remote control.

Here’s a look at the local teams that will be showcased (Note: games will appear on XFINITY On Demand within 72 hours after the game is played.):


Sept. 30: Archbishop Murphy at Lakewood

Oct. 7: Eastlake at Mariner

Oct. 21: Mariner at Jackson


Sept. 8: Jackson at Snohomish

Oct. 10: Meadowdale at Everett

Here’s a look at the full schedule:

Sept. 2: Liberty at Skyline

Sept. 9: Emerald Ridge at Rogers

Sept. 9: Bellevue at Skyline

Sept. 10: Franklin Pierce at Cascade Christian

Sept. 16: South Kitsap at Olympia

Sept. 16: Juanita at Mercer Island

Sept. 23: Skyline at Issaquah

Sept. 23: Eastside Catholic at Seattle Prep

Sept. 30: Archbishop Murphy at Lakewood

Sept. 30: Ferndale at Lynden

Oct. 6: Mt. Si at Mercer Island

Oct. 7: Eastlake at Mariner

Oct. 7: Bellarmine at South Kitsap

Oct. 14: East Valley at Cheney

Oct. 14: Enumclaw at Lakes

Oct. 20: Seattle Prep at O’Dea

Oct. 21: Bethel at Curtis

Oct. 21: Mariner at Jackson

Oct. 27: Burlington-Edison at Bellingham

Oct. 27: Emerald Ridge at Bethel

Oct. 28: Bonney Lake at Lakes

Oct. 28: Liberty at Bellevue


Sept. 8: Jackson at Snohomish

Sept. 13: Auburn at Curtis

Sept. 21: Eastside Catholic at Seattle Prep

Sept. 27: Rogers at Federal Way

Oct. 10: Meadowdale at Everett

Oct. 25: Issaquah at Newport

TBD: Playoff Game


Sept. 26: Seattle Prep at Holy Names

Oct. 10: Bellarmine Prep at Stadium

TBD: Tahoma at Kentwood

TBD: Skyline at Issaquah

TBD: Playoff Game

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