UPDATE: China Spring beat La Vega Waco, who happens to be the defending state champions, in the playoffs to advance to the state semifinal. The Carthage vs China Spring game will determine who plays for the Texas 4A D1 state championship. This game is sure to be a good one as both teams are playing very well at this point in the season.

The biggest game in the state of Texas on Friday, October 14th, 2016 will be La Vega Waco at China Spring. Both of these teams come into the game at 6-0 and are looking to cement themselves as the #1 seed in the 4A state playoff bracket that will come out in a few weeks. Although most fans will want to be at this game, many will have to stay home and listen on the radio. For this reason, look for thousands to be searching for the La Vega Waco vs China Spring radio broadcast live online through a streaming audio feed. With this being such a big game, there may be streaming TV video feeds as well.

When seeking a live streaming TV or video feed for this game, we would suggest starting on Justin.tv or UStream. Both of these streaming services offer live events for free. Do not neglect looking at Periscope as there may be some high school students streaming from the stands. While it won’t be the best quality and you will not get your hometown announcers it will be a unique way to watch the game.

When it comes to a radio broadcast you will want to download the TuneIn radio app for your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone. This will allow you to search for specific radio stations. If you know the local radio station that airs the game every single week you will be able to search for it, play it and go about your evening while listening to the game from your pocket or in the palm of your hand. This is a great way to get things done while listening to your team.

You can go to the China Spring Cougars football page to get more information about the schedule, the roster and anything related to the program. If you want to keep up with the score, by the minute, you can also search for hashtags related to the team on Twitter. Twitter is still the #1 way to keep up with live sports.