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”.


Elyria History Storyboard

In honor of Elyria’s Bicentennial, the Elyria Schools are working with the Lorain County Historical Society on traveling Elyria History storyboards. The boards will travel about the district, spending a week in each of the area schools, and giving children a snapshot of local history.

Along with the boards, the Elyria Schools and Lorain County Historical Society have created the video below to introduces the storyboards to children. For more information on Elyria’s Bicentennial and the storyboards hear what Lorain County Historical Society’s Anne Michael and Amy Keir had to say when they stopped by the Morning Show.


Sydney Roule 1,000 Point Ceremony

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On Tuesday, January 11 Amherst Senior Sydney Roule posted 24 points against North Olmsted lifting her career total to over 1,000 points. On Saturday before the Lady Comets game with Avon, Roule and her achievement were recognized in front of the home crowd. Our own Tim Alcorn emceed the ceremony. Roule would post another 24 points against the Eagles that day adding to her career total and helping the Comets claim a 55-31 victory. To listen to Saturday’s cermony click here or on the picture of Sydney Roule


Lorain’s Dave McFarland Named 2016 Cleveland Browns High School Coach of the Year

dave-mcfarlandOn Sunday, Dec. 11 Lorain High School Football coach Dave McFarland was recognized by the Cleveland Browns as the 2016 High School Coach of the Year. As the Browns honoree, McFarland will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the 2017 Pro Bowl in Orlando, courtesy of the NFL and the Browns, and can earn an additional $15,000 in grants for Lorain High School’s football program if named the NFL’s national recipient.

Coach McFarland led the Titans to the Division I State Playoffs for the second time in the past three years this season. The Titans fought their way to the State Quarterfinals before they were eliminated by Olentangy Liberty.

On Saturday, Dave McFarland joined the Nick Abraham Saturday Sports Wrap-Up Crew to talk about his most recent honor and what lies ahead for the Titans coach. To hear the interview click here, or on the image of Coach McFarland.




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