Welcome to this week’s breakdown of the Vision High School Sports Beat, your behind the scenes look at the production, from the producer and the shows many contributors.
It’s Week 21 of the Sports Beat season, the official half-way mark of our broadcast season.
We begin with Churchville-Chili, and a very unique event. Wrestling on the stage of the Performing Arts Center. Fog machines, lights, music… it’s a different feel, and something I hope catches on. Kyle O’Gara makes his Sports Beat debut with the story of the “Saints’ Opening Night”…
The Anthem before the meet was performed by Churchville-Chili Sophomore Delaney Carroll, and we are proud to present it to you as a #bonusfeature.
Paul Gotham from Pickin’ Splinters joins Dave Yates for the Dunkin High School Notebook. There’s a lot to unpack in this week’s edition, so much so that we had to edit it down for the broadcast… but can now present to you the #DirectorsCut – now with 23% more Gotham!
The Section V Spotlight, brought to you by McArdle’s in Fairport, takes a look at the athletes, teams and coaches that are accomplishing great things in the area – and sometimes, focusing on Section V Alumni in college. For instance, this week we update you on the exploits of Hilton grad Yianni Diakomihalis …
Every now and then, we hear about a something and think, “We need to find out more about this”. That’s what we do… and when we heard the Greece Odyssey Boys Basketball team was practicing Yoga… well, we had to see for ourselves. “Yoga and Basketball”.
And that’s a wrap on week 21! Be sure to check out the full episode– and tune in Every Saturday night on 13 WHAM after the late news, and on Sundays at Noon.
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We leave you this week, with an Insider weekly feature – looking back at some of our stories from the past 7 years. From February 15, 2012 – the Super Sectionals at RIT, with wrestler Quinton Murphy from Holley.