A New Way to Cover Sports – Season Coverage Pass

Pratt Lady Greenback #1 Halle Helfrich tries to spin around as Hoisington Lady Cardinal #15 Emma Harmon looks for an opening to drive towards. The Hoisington Lady Cardinals defeated the Pratt Lady Greenbacks 47 to 22 at the Hoisington Activity Center in Hoisington, Kansas on February 21, 2017. (Photo: Joey Bahr, www.joeybahr.com)

In years past, I’ve gone to games around the area either on my own or to provide coverage for a media organization. Many times I would post the photos I took from those games on this website for you to see. My hope would be that by seeing the photos, people would also purchase downloads or prints.

This year, I’m trying something different. I am going to let you help decide my schedule.

How?

I am offering what I call the “Season Coverage Pass.” What this is, for a small fee, I will add in a minimum number of games of your student athlete to my schedule an provide a set photos from those games.

Brenner Donovan flies through the air towards the basket. The Pratt Greenbacks defeated the Hoisington Cardinals 52 to 41 at the Hoisington Activity Center in Hoisington, Kansas on February 21, 2017. (Photo: Joey Bahr, www.joeybahr.com)

At the end of the season, you will get all the photos on a disk or USB drive. During the season, I will send you an e-mail to let you know when I post more photos to your private gallery. If you want to, you can order prints from this gallery also. I will add more details in the future, but I also plan to offer custom designed and printed multi-image collage posters and or albums if you would like.

How many games will I attend? With basketball, I’m planning on a minimum of two. For Wrestling, I will make it to at least one meet.

Jonathan Ball (Hoisington) tosses Colton Hutchinson (Smith Center). Ball won the match and weight class 145 with a 12 to 1 major decision. The KSHSAA Class 321A State Wrestling Championships were held at Gross Memorial Coliseum on the campus of Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas on February 25, 2017. (Photo: Joey Bahr, www.joeybahr.com)

How many photos per event? My goal is a minimum of 10 photos per game/meet. Though depending on how things go, there could be more.

Obviously, if I get more than one student from a team signed up, that will make it more likely that I will attend more events and bring my cameras along.

How much is the fee? I will be charging $85 per athlete for the season. As an introduction, I will be taking $25 off to make it $60 for any one that signs up their athlete by December 7th.

If you are interested in signing up your student athlete for this great opportunity, give me a call at 620-923-3258 or fill out the form below to e-mail me.

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