2018 Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger Check Presentation

The Check Presentation from Jamie’s Carpet Shop to the Second Harvest Food Bank during Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon in Amherst. Pictured from Left to right: WEOL’s Andy “Bull” Barch, Second Harvest Food Bank’s Susan Bartosch, Jamie’s Carpet shop’s Chris Zeitler and WEOL’s Matt Douglass

The Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio has a little more money in the bank today.

It comes courtesy of Jamie’s Carpet shop, who teamed up with WEOL for the Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger Campaign during the High School Football Season.

For the second straight season, Jamie’s Carpet Shop donated $10 to the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio for every touchdown scored during a WEOL radio broadcast

On Dec. 4 During Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon live in Amherst,  Chris Zeitler of Jamie’s Carpet shop  and Susan Bartosch of the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio got together for the check presentation.  This year $1,080 was given to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Listen here to find out how much Second Harvest Food Bank can do with this money ,and why Chris Zeitler decided this campaign was perfect for Jamie’s Carpet Shop

2018 Winter Forecast Magazine

The 2018-2019 Winter Forecast Magazine Features 2018 Lorain County Ms. Basketball Izzy Geraci of North Ridgeville along with Mr. Basketball winner Dorian Crutcher of Elyria Catholic.

Inside this winter’s magazine you will find you articles written by our broadcasters previewing the upcoming on the boys and girls high school basketball season, schedules for WEOL game broadcasts and individual area schools, a special feature interview with the voice of the Columbus  Blue Jackets Bob McElligot and a whole section dedicated to high school wrestling that includes a preview article written by the CT’s Shaun Bennett.

To view the electronic version of the 2018-2019 Winter Forecast click on the cover .



Winter Sports Preview Shows

The Winter sports season is almost here, and WEOL has what you need to prepare forthe upcoming Girls and Boys basketball seasons, and the Wrestling season ahead.

Our look at the upcoming season began on Thursday, November 8th when Tim Alcorn and “Z” Zoltai sat down and talked with the Lorain County Girl’s Basketball Coaches. Find out who they thought would  be the front runners in their conference, what girls will take the county by storm and how their teams are preparing for the start of the season below.

On November 15th we  previewed the boys basketball season. During the show the coaches of Lorain County talked their conferences, who they thought would be the countys top teams, and what they are expecting  from the season ahead. Hear everything they had to say below.


Finally, on Tuesday, November 20th at we hit the mats for our Wrestling Preview Show. Once again Tim Alcorn, Tom Evans and the Chronicle Telegram’s Shaun Bennett spoke  with the wrestling coaches of Lorain County about what to expect from the season ahead. Take a listen below.


All three shows can be heard on AM930 and right here on WEOL.com Stream 1. Also make sure to check out our Facebook page, where will post live videos of all our interviews.

Leadership Through Partnership

In this edition of Leadership Through Partnership Lorain County Commissioners Lori Kokoski, Matt Lundy and Elaine Georgas,, executive director of the County Alcohol and Addiction Services Board discuss Recovery One.

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