Connors & Ferris High School Sports Show coming to ROC Sports NOW

Long-running radio show moves to All-Video format for 2021-2022 Season

Beginning September 18th, the Connors & Ferris High School Sports Show has a new home, and a new format. You can watch the show LIVE every Saturday at 10am on the ROC Sports NOW Youtube channel. Hosts Jeff Diveronica and Steve Bradley will continue to bring the same great coverage of Section V sports as you’re accustomed to, but in a new format.

Episodes will be available on the Youtube page after the live airing, and a podcast version will be available on all the major podcast sites.

Program information –

Welcome to the Connors & Ferris High School Sports Show, covering Section V sports in Rochester, New York. The show can be seen live every Saturday at 10am on ROC Sports Now. The show features
interviews with coaches and players, previews and highlights the biggest games each season
and honors “Athletes of the Week.” It also tackles the issues facing teenage athletes, such
as proper nutrition and recovery from injury and how to balance academics and athletics.

Since 2003, more than 2,000 coaches and athletes have been on the show. A special thanks goes
to Connors & Ferris and all of our sponsors – without their continued support,
area athletes and coaches wouldn’t have a chance to be showcased each and every week.

A native of Canastota, N.Y., Jeff DiVeronica covered high school sports for the Democrat and
Chronicle for nearly 25 years and was honored as the “Sportswriter of the Year” by the
Rochester Press-Radio Club in 2014 and 2002. A graduate of St. John Fisher College and
member of its Communications/Journalism Hall of Fame, he founded the High School Sports Show in 2003.

Steve Bradley joined the show as co-host in 2020 and is a former Section V athlete himself. The Pavilion native and Syracuse University graduate’s career includes stints as a sportswriter at The Daily News (Batavia), sports editor at The Daily Messenger (Canandaigua) and more than 20 years at the Democrat and Chronicle, including 10-plus as sports editor.

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