The Seattle Times and Scorebook Live Join Forces to Expand High School Prep Coverage in the Northwest

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Seattle, WA (June 2017) – The Seattle Times has entered into a Content Licensing Agreement with Scorebook Live, Inc. that will create a revolutionary change in regard to how high school content is created, published and distributed to fans across the region.

“We are excited about this opportunity to work with Scorebook Live and enhance our high-school sports content on,” The Seattle Times Sports Editor Paul Barrett said. “Covering high-school sports is important to us, and providing live updates along with scores, standings and schedules is a key part of our mission.”

“The Metro League is excited to work with and use the Scorebook Live technology to better promote our student-athletes educational based athletic programs. Our fans are going to love how easy it will be to follow our teams and players throughout the upcoming sports season,” Executive Director of Athletics Eric McCurdy. “Working with Dan Beach, the team at Scorebook Live and our partners at The Seattle Times, it is very important for our student-athletes, coaches, families and communities.”

Scorebook Live will work collaboratively with The Seattle Times to provide fans with “live” scoreboards, schedules, league standings, and other exciting content that will be available at and High School football and basketball teams using the Scorebook Live apps will have their game updates and scores electronically delivered to The Seattle Times, thus eliminating the time consuming process of having coaches “call in” scores and fans being forced to wait until the games are over to check the results.

“Scorebook Live gives high school sports teams the ability to engage their fans in a manner that pro and college fans have become accustomed to… in real-time and from multiple sources,” says Scorebook Live Founder & CEO Dan Beach, “We are honored that both The Seattle Times and Metro League’s leadership immediately saw the value that working with us can bring to high school sports teams and their fans.”


About The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times serves the Northwest with independent, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism, as the region’s most trusted news media company, dedicated to quality journalism and public service. The Seattle Times is the second largest newspaper on the West Coast and the most-visited digital information source in the state. Founded in 1896 by Alden J. Blethen, The Seattle Times is now led by the Blethen family’s fourth and fifth generations. It also owns the Yakima Herald-Republic and The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin.

About Scorebook Live, Inc.

Scorebook Live is a sports technology and media company that provides teams, leagues and tournaments with free mobile apps to create and publish real-time content to their fans while also supporting the efforts of local media. For more information about using our product contact us at or visit our website

About Seattle Metro League

The Metro League is one of the top high school athletic leagues in the country. Member schools include Bainbridge, Ballard, Bishop Blanchet, Chief Sealth, Cleveland, East Side Catholic, Franklin, Garfield, Holy Names Academy, Ingraham, Lakeside, Nathan Hale, O’dea, Rainier Beach, Roosevelt, Seattle Prep, and West Seattle

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