Frederick, Ohio — Frederick’s community college is offering its community a glimpse into the game.
Frederickson Community College’s Frederick City Council passed a resolution Tuesday to broadcast a game between Frederick and the Sun-Herald on Sun News channels.
The resolution says Frederick would like to “present an entertaining and educational experience to its community.”
The Sun-News Channel and Sun-Channel 1 will air the game live from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., but the Sun channel is expected to air a show at 7 p.t.
Frederick Mayor Paul J. Sallers says the resolution is a “very positive move,” and he expects it to help raise awareness about the local community’s love for football.
“We want people to see the positive side of football,” he said.
Last season, Frederick hosted the Sun Conference championship game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Houston Texans.
Sallers said he was happy to see Sun-TV, which is owned by Comcast, move forward with a season-long celebration of football.
“This is a great step forward to bring the Sun’s Sun-Time Sports to Frederick,” he added.
While Frederick is still home to Sun Sports, the Sun has also relocated to New York City for the 2017 season.