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Tuesday 2/21

As the boys high school basketball season draws to a close we enter the final week of the season with one of the top non-conference match-ups in the area when Clearview hosts Elyria Catholic. The Clearview Clippers had a great week last week starting things off with a victory over the Stars Division champion Buckeye Bucks, and ending things with a remarkable overtime victory over Oberlin. The pair of wins clinched the Stripes Division title for the Clippers. As for Elyria Catholic, the Panthers win over Valley Forge last Friday was their 11 in a row in the Great Lakes Conference and allowed them to clinch a share of the league crown with Holy Name.  The Panthers and Clippers tip-off on Tuesday night at 7pm. You can hear the game on AM930 and right here on WEOL.com by clicking on the team logos.

Wednesday 2/22

Girls postseason basketball continues on WEOL Wednesday night when the Columbia Lady Raiders travel to Wellington. The Lady Raiders are ranked seventh in the brackets after ending the regular season with an 11-10 record and a second place finish in the PAC Stripes Division. The Wellington Lady Dukes earned the fifth place spot in the bracket with a 14-7 mark on the year and a third place finish in the tough Stars Division. Winner moves on while the losers season comes to an end. Pregame begins at 6:30pm on AM930 and here on WEOL.com.

Thursday, 2/23

AM90/WEOL.com Stream 1

We bring you a pair of girls high school playoff games on Thursday night. On AM930 and WEOL.com stream 1 you can hear as the Keystone Lady Wildcats open up postseason play against Cloverleaf. The Cats earned a first round bye in the DII Elyria District by winning the PAC Stars Division with a 19-3 overall record and a perfect 16-0 record in league play. Cloverleaf opened postseason play on Saturday against Holy Name. The Lady Colts earned their spot in the second round with a 58-45 victory over the Green Wave. Pregame begins at 6:30pm on AM930 and WEOL.com. Click on the team Logos to hear the game live.

WEOL.com Stream 2

Our second girls playoff game of the night can be heard right here on WEOL.com Stream 2.  The Avon Lake Shoregals enter the postseason against the L0rain Lady Titans. Avon Lake earned a spot in the second round of the DI Elyria district tournament with a 12-10 regular season record. The Lorain titans earned a second postseason game on Saturday when they topped the North Olmsted Eagles. Pregame for Thursday night’s game can be heard starting at 6:30pm on Stream 2. Click on the teams logos to pull the game up online.

Friday 2/24

On Friday night the boys are back on WEOL as Avon and Olmsted Falls face-off for a possible Southwestern Conference title. The Avon  Eagles ( 13-4 in the SWC) would claim at least a share of the SWC title with a win over Olmsted Falls. For Olmsted Falls (12-5 in the SWC) things are a little more complicated. The Bulldogs would need to defeat the Eagles on Friday night then hope for a North Olmsted victory over Avon Lake (13-4 in the SWC). That would put the Bulldogs into a four way tie for first place in the SWC, because at a game back, Westlake(12-5 in the SWC) and Berea-Midpark (12-5 in the SWC) also play each other on Friday night. Tip-off between the Eagles and Bulldogs begins at 7pm on AM930 and WEOL.com. Click on the team logos to hear the game online.

 

Saturday 2/25

We are back to girls playoff hoops on Saturday when the Lutheran West Lady Longhorns host the winner of Wednesday night’s Columbia vs Wellington game. The Lady Longhorns had a tremendous 2017 season winning the PAC Stripes division with a 15-1 league record. At 18-3 in the regular season, Lutheran West also earned the #2 spot in the DIII North Ridgeville district. We get pregame underway just after noon at 12:30pm Saturday. Hear all the action on AM930 and WEOL.com.


Bowl for Kids Sake, Big Brothers Big Sisters

bowl-for-kids-sakeOn March 25th the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Lorain county will hold their annual “Bowl for Kids Sake” at Rebman Recreation Center.

Teams of four to five bowlers compete to raise the most money and celebrate their efforts on Saturday, March 25, 2017, during two hours of bowling fun at Rebman Recreation Center located in Lorain, Ohio! It’s an exciting day full of live entertainment, local celebrities, raffle drawings, special prizes, and delicious refreshments! The more you raise, the more you win

Every year more than 150 members of the community and 50 companies come together in support of Big Brother Big Sisters of Lorain County.

This year the organization hopes to raise $20,000 for the children in Lorain County.

Find out how you can start a team and help Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lorain County match at-risk youth in our community with caring adults so they can become confident, competent and caring individuals. Just visit the Bowling for Kids website at www.bigloraincounty.org


Wahoo Week 2017

old-squareThe Cleveland Indians are getting ready to open up spring training and we will be there when the defending AL Champions take the field. Wahoo Week returns to AM930 and WEOL.com Feb. 23 – March 3.

All week long Tim Alcorn will bring you the interviews, info, and intrigue from Goodyear, Arizona. Make sure not to miss the Indians game on  Tuesday, Feb. 28 against Oakland, because our own Tim Alcorn will be joining Jim Rosenhaus for the call.

2017 will feature even more coverage on WEOL as our brand new afternoon show joins in the Wahoo Week fun. Starting Feb. 27 our coverage can be heard on the WEOL Morning Show, the new afternoon shows,  and right here on WEOL.com’s Wahoo Week webpage. Get ready 2017 because here come the Tribe.


WEOL To Broadcast New Local Afternoon Show

WEOL AM930 is happy to announce that Andy “Bull Barch will host the stations brand new afternoon program that will air weekdays from 3pm to 6pm starting February 23.

For the past few years, Lorain County residents have heard Andy during the summers as the “Voice of the Lake Erie Crushers.  Andy was also the Director of Sports Information at Notre Dame College in South Euclid.

The nickname, “Bull”, came from a former colleague who thought he resembled the character Bull Shannon from the TV show, “Night Court”.

Joining Andy in the Afternoons will be Matt Douglass.  For the past year and a half, Matt has been heard on the WEOL Morning Show, on high school football and basketball games, and has been actively involved with WEOL broadcasts at community festivals and live remotes.

WEOL Station Manager Tim Alcorn says, “We are thrilled to have Bull and Matt handle our brand new afternoon drive program. Plus, listeners will not only be able to hear their show on-air, but also on-line at weol.com and by downloading the free WEOL app”.




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