High School Basketball On Demand

Monday, December 21st, 2015


This week featured a Girls/Boys Double header on Tuesday night between Amherst and Firelands. The opening game of he night pitted two girls teams who have found early success on the season, while the boys game featured a Comets team looking for the first win and a Falcons squad who was looking to get back to .500.  Click on the scores below to hear the games on demand.

Girls Game
Girls Final

In the nights opening game Amherst worked their way to a come from behind victory with strong three point shooting and suffocating defense. Amherst’s Sydney Roule led all scorers in the game with 20 points. Tori Grasso led the Falcons with 18 Points in the game.

Boys GameFalcons Comets Boys Final

In the boys game the Comets picked up their first win under first year head coach Pat Bray. Leading the way for the Comets was Carter Zajokowski who tallied a team high 11 points . Despite the loss, Firelands’ Jeremy Simonovich had a game high 13 points.

Thursday, 12/10/2015

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

She’s a legend when it comes to NFL fans. The Browns’ own Bone Lady came by the show this morning to talk about the Browns and her new book.

Wednesday, 12/9/2015

Wednesday, December 9th, 2015

We spent the morning over at the Chronicle Telegram as they continue to accept gifts for the Not Forgotten Box.

Bruce and Craig talked with Lucy Goldsmith and Bill Hudnutt.

Teacher Mel Rainey and student Rachel Fitzpatrick from Elyria High School talked about an art project for the Not Forgotten collection box.

And Major Bob Sears of the Salvation Army told us about how the donations are distributed.

Tuesday, 12/8/2015

Wednesday, December 9th, 2015

It’s a Tuba Christmas! Joe Vondruska and Dale Hildebrand visited to studio to invite everyone to Sunday’s performance.

We got ready for the holidays with Jennifer Call of the Oberlin Choristers.