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What is MSG Varsity?

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MSG Varsity is a sports network that focuses on high schools located in and near New York City. The channel is known for its daily show "High School Sportsdesk," which features events from schools in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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As of 2014, MSG Varsity offers an extensive selection of live high school sports, covering major sports such as football and basketball along with many others like field hockey and wrestling. Students and teachers are involved in creating some MSG Varsity content as part of school curriculum, while other content is professionally developed. Cablevision subscribers may view MSG Varsity programs online or through an on-demand TV channel.

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