2017 Spring Forecast

The 2017 Spring Forecat is out now. If you didn’t already get your copy in today’s edition of the Chronicle Telegram, visit local businesses in you community for a chance to get yours.

This year our Spring Magazine features preview articles of the area high school baseball and softball teams, a look ahead at the Lake Erie Crushers season and a preview of what to expect when the Tribe return to Progressive field on April 11.

Inside the magazine you will also find schedules for the Lake Erie Crushers and the Cleveland Indians. If you can’t wait to pick up a hard copy of the magazine, click on the cover and view the magazine right here on WEOL.com.


2017 Lorain County Mr. Basketball

On Sunday evening the Lorain County High School Coaches Association announced Lorain’s Naz Bohannon as the 2017 Lorain County Mr. Basketball Award winner.

This year Bohannon averaged 17 points, 9.1 rebounds and 4.6 assists in helping lead the Titans to the district championship game. Along with outstanding play on the cort, Bohannon has a tremendous resume in the classroom. He is currently 23rd in a class of 371 with a overall GPA of 3.93.

Currently the Titans senior is weighing his options for college. He has received a number of offers from Division I schools.

To hear the presentation of the Award, click on the image.

 


2017 Lorain County Ms. Basketball Presentation

On Sunday afternoon at the Lorain County Girls All-Star Basketball Game, Amherst’s Sydney Roule and Keystone’s McKenah Peters were named co-winners of the 2017 Lorain County Ms. Basketball Award.

Amherst’s Sydney Roule becomes the third Comet to receive the award. She had an outstanding senior season averaging 20 points per game, 6.5 rebounds, 2.8 steals and 2.8 assists. Next season Roule, will play Division one Basketball at IUPUI in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Keystone’s McKenah Peters is the first Wildcat to receive the award in its 33-year old history. In her senior year, she averaged 25.2 points and seven rebounds per game. She also reset the Lorain County record books with 241 3-pointers made in the 2016-2017 season. Next season will continue her career at Youngstown State in Youngstown, Ohio.

To listen to the presentation of the award, click here or on the image above.


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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