Chart: High-tech game preparation for high schools

  • February 4, 2013 - 9:09 PM


DeLaSalle boys' basketball

The Islanders use a software called Sportstec to break down game footage into detailed clips. It's then distributed through Dropbox, where players can access it on their mobile devices.

Mounds View girls' hockey

The Mustangs have made Hudl software a regular part of practice. Coaches assign video files of game footage for the players to study outside of practice.

Eden Prairie football

The defending Class 6A champion uses the same analysis software, DVSport, used by the Vikings. Coach Mike Grant has several coaches dedicated to the Eagles' digital scouting and preparation.

Edina football

The Hornets are one of several varsity teams at the school using Hudl. Players have access to detailed footage of a Friday night game within hours of its completion.

Minnetonka boys' and girls' basketball

The Skippers girls use Hudl to exchange game footage with opponents. The Minnetonka boys use the software Krossover to break down film, make shot charts and analyze statistics.

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