STACK Media, Inc., the nation's leading multimedia company serving active sports participants, established STACK Varsity.com to allow high school teams, athletes and coaches to create content and earn opportunities to be published in STACK Magazine and on the Company's various digital properties.
Through a strategic partnership with Varsity Networks, Inc., a high school sports and Internet service company, STACK Varsity launched with more than 10,000 teams, representing more than 6,000 high schools. This impressive level of engagement enabled STACK Media to create a new section in STACK Magazine, entitled STACK Varsity, highlighting the most exciting accomplishments of member teams and schools. The STACK Varsity online platform, besides featuring top news stories, allows each member team to create its own branded website, a place to celebrate its achievements and communicate important news and updates to parents, alumni, fans and other constituents.
STACK is a multimedia company that provides credible and reliable information, tools and services to help active sports participants get better at the sports they play and the lives they lead. Through unprecedented access to elite professional athletes and top industry experts, STACK meets the on- and off-field needs of athletes, empowering them with performance information and lifestyle advice that's safe, effective and actionable. STACK platforms include: STACK Media, one of the top sports properties on the Internet, with an average of 6 million unique visitors per month; STACK Magazine, targeted to high school athletes, with a circulation of 810,000 and readership of nearly 5 million, distributed in 12,000 high schools across the country; STACK.com, the digital home of all STACK content and web-based tools; STACK TV, an online platform with a library of more than 6,500 proprietary videos; the STACK Blog, daily updates on topics of interest FOR THE ATHLETE BY THE ATHLETE; MySTACK, a social networking and recruiting site for high school athletes; STACK 4W, the premier training, nutrition and lifestyle resource for female athletes; and now, STACK Varsity, a social content platform for high school sports. For more information, please visit www.STACK.com.
Varsity Networks is a high school sports media and Internet services company offering highly specialized and free online services to help high school sports organizations manage their teams, stay connected, raise funds, motivate each other and take advantage of all the communication power of the Internet. The company's services work for all members of the high school sports community - athletic directors, coaches, players, parents, alumni and fans. Varsity Networks distributes the content they create to media outlets that want to report on and support local high school sports, including television stations, magazines and online sites. Over 10,000 teams currently use Varsity Networks. Varsity Networks is a privately held company based in Hartsdale, New York.
Thomas Hannon (#10) showing his versatility, switching from WR to RB at halftime, and helping the Golden Flashes extend their unbeaten season, in what many called the worst field conditions they have ever seen.
The Miamisburg Cross Country team (Miamisburg, Ohio) had quite a run at the Alliance Invitational, where an astonishing twenty-five team members set personal bests. They also set the fifth lowest score in school history, but they will have several more meets to try and go lower.
The Smithtown East Girls Volleyball team (St. James, N.Y.) kicked off the 2011 season, going 5-0 in league play after defeating both Northport High School (Northport, N.Y.) and Newfield High School (Seldon N.Y.), 3-1. The Bulls also won an early season tournament.