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Chad Wilson talks high school football from around the country including:
- Talk Florida High School football championships with Joshua Wilson of FloridaHSFootball.com
- Discuss Southern California high school championships.
- College football talk
- and more
Listen live at 10 AM and call (347) 633-9365
Sports talk Monday at 8 pm EST. Today we will talk about high school football in the area. We willl talk about Terrell Ford and his place as one of the best players to come out of WNY. Also we will talk about the bias voting between the AA South and the AA North when it comes to high school athletics. Are the Buffalo Bills a playoff team? Give us a call at 646-915-9969 Twitter @TWMedia44
Deb DeRousse and John Cassidy are excited to talk with Darrell Whisman, owner of the well known and haunted Poasttown School in Middletown Ohio!
Poasttown School is a very high EVP capture location. We have had hundreds of teams investigate here that have pulled a multitude of EVPs from their investigations...and the teams come back for more!! Bring your recorders and spirit boxes. You won't be disappointed!! Poasttown School is 36,500 square feet. There are alot of stairs in the building; please wear appropriate comfortable shoes for your investigation. During the cooler months in Ohio, you may want to bring jackets to keep you warm. Poasttown School is not heated. There is a breakroom for you to use that includes a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and A/C - Heat. Please bring whatever juice or water you will need to stay hydrated during your investigation. Bring your favorite snacks too!! Poasttown is notorious for draining batteries!! Bring plenty with you. There are electrical plugs in the breakroom to use to recharge equipment. There is electricity throughout the building; if you need to turn on the lights for any reason, please be sure to turn them off when you are done. Some of the stairwells and hallways are extremely dark. Make sure you have plenty of flashlights with you, and be careful on the stairways. Please be mindful of where you leave your equipment in the building. Make sure you collect all of your equipment before you leave, and any personal items. We do have bathrooms for your use, and their locations will be pointed out to you during your walk thru.
Call in with questions or just to listen in @ 347-850-8292
High school football is no joke. 3 high school kids died over the weekend on football related injury. Its not uncommon that 1 out of 3 kids will suffer an injury playing high school football.The NFL are recruiting kids and promising them a shot. Kids are hitting harder and the pressure of having a winning season is as important to the kids as well as the coaches. A winning season can launch the coach in a conversation to the next level of coaching in the college or even pro level. But at what cost?
Usual Occupation: Student. Kind of Business or Industry: High School. Immediate Cause of Death: Blunt impact injury of head. Place of Injury: Football Field.
The nexus of high school football and death trespasses too often on the mythic ethos of Friday night lights. Janes was a workhorse junior running back for Westfield/Brocton, a combined team from two small schools in western New York. He died in a Buffalo hospital three days after taking multiple hits to his head in a game Sept. 13, 2013. He was 16.
"No one should die playing the game they love," his mother told USA TODAY Sports.Join us in studio for this very important conversation.
This is a blog talk internet radion show that covers high school football in the NW Alabama and NE Mississippi area. The show allows fans, players, and coaches to call in and express their views on tthe high school football programs in their area. We will have special guest on the shows through out the year, like NFL Players and some college coaches to talk to the listeners. You can listen live at MRFOOT BALL ON FACE BOOK OR CALL IN AT 646 716 8879 EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT FROM 7:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
Join Anthony Nachreiner and Alan Zlotorzynski for girl’s high school basketball, tonight at 6:00 p.m. on Space Coast Daily.
The guys will bring you a District 6A 14 clash between the Palm Bay Pirates and Satellite Scorpions. The Pirates are 16-7 on the season while the Scorpions look to continue their growth for the future.
Former Notre Dame tennis coach joins coach Danise and talk about high school and college tennis. While better known for his college coaching at the US Naval Academy and Notre Dame, The two time National Coach of the year, actualy started his coaching at Thomas Jefferson HS, where the team won the 1968 State Championship.
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We will be speaking and taking questions on pressure and societies standards. Don't worry, this will not be your average, sophomoric, boring conversation that your parents set up. It's strictly made by teens, for teens. Speak your mind, make your voice heard and connect with others. Enjoy!
Every Thursday at 7 pm Eastern, phone number 646-727-2914 Please be fair with your comments, don't curse, or mention anyone's name. The Chat Room is open and we will be taking questions and comments from there also.
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SHOW HOST: Baqiyat Green
Rowlett Eagles vs Lakeview Centennial Patriots
Texas High School Basketball
Hear the play by play of the "Unoffical Rivalry" of Rowlett Eagles basketball.
Pre-Game Show at 6:30pm and tip time is 7:30pm
2016 NFL Draft Prospect, WR out of Ohio Northern University (DIII), Devon Johnson joins Chris Shanafelt on The C.S. Podcast.
Rockwall Yellowjackets v Rowlett Eagles
Texas High School Basketball Play-X-Play
Pre-Game 6pm Tip time 7pm.
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