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High School Insider with Mike Dyer offers exclusive interviews with Greater Cincinnati student-athletes, coaches and administrators along with news and analysis from around the region each week. Hosted by WCPO high school sports expert Mike Dyer, this podcast brings a unique insight and perspective for the high school sports storylines and personalities in the fall, winter and spring seasons.
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The conclusion of February is certainly bringing plenty of high school sports news. Whether it was Princeton football coach Mike Daniels leaving for Army West Point or University of Dayton Arena as the host site for the state girls and boys basketball tournaments, there is plenty to stay updated on right now. This week's WCPO High School Insider highlights Greater Cincinnati football news, including reaction to the OHSAA's potential proposal about the tweak to the computer points system for the postseason. You will hear perspective on the Harbin system and the number of teams involved in the postseason. Also, Harrison freshman Chloe Dearwester and Norwood senior Lizbeth Banderas-Rodriguez won state titles at the state girls wrestling tournament this past weekend. You will hear from Banderas-Rodriguez about what winning a state title has meant to her as a student-athlete and the Norwood community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ohio State linebacker Justin Hilliard, a 2015 St. Xavier High School graduate, discusses his journey through the Buckeyes' program and his role as captain this season. Also, La Salle teammates Jaylen Johnson (Ohio State signee) and Devonta Smith (Alabama) discuss which team will win Monday night. Finally, Fairfield football coach Jason Krause responds after Clemson offensive tackle and former Fairfield standout Jackson Carman declared for the NFL Draft Wednesday night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
OHSAA executive director Doug Ute reflects upon this fall season and his first 100 days as the leader of a non-profit organization that has 815 member high schools and approximately 760 seventh- to eighth-grade schools. Plus, North College Hill boys basketball coach Shannon Minor discusses a 38-day athletics pause due to the pandemic. Beechwood football coach Noel Rash previews the Tigers' Class 2A state final against Lexington Christian Friday afternoon at the University of Kentucky. More at wcpo.com/highschoolinsider See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Blanchester senior guard Brayden Sipple has 1,971 career points entering Friday's game against visiting Clermont Northeastern. Sipple had 43 of the team's 52 points Saturday in a two-point win over Goshen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beechwood football coach Noel Rash reflects upon the unique season as the Tigers prepare for the Class 2A regional final. Plus, Mount Notre Dame basketball coach Dr. Scott Rogers discusses the Cougars' season-opening win over Roger Bacon. -- Five Northern Kentucky teams highlight the third round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association football playoffs this weekend. One of those teams is perennial power Beechwood who plays host to Breathitt County in a Class 2A regional final at 7 p.m. Friday. RELATED: Join the Cincinnati area high school sports Facebook group Beechwood coach Noel Rash and senior quarterback Cameron Hergott joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the Tigers' regional final and this unique season. Plus, the Ohio high school basketball season continues in the early portion of its schedule. Mount Notre Dame basketball coach Dr. Scott Rogers discusses the Cougars' season-opening win at Roger Bacon and reflects upon another journey this winter. MND has won 45 consecutive games entering Thursday night's game at Ursuline. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
No one will soon forget this unique Ohio high school football season. The Ohio High School Athletic Association conducted the remaining six state football finals this past weekend in Massillon. Those games moved to Stark County from Franklin County after a health advisory was issued by the Franklin County Department of Health and the Columbus Department of Health about the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has also significantly impacted college football recruiting. The NCAA Division I Council recently extended the dead period to April 15. ScoutingOhio.com director Mark Porter joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss this memorable season and how recruiting has been impacted as the NCAA early signing period draws near on Dec. 16. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The St. Xavier football team won the Division I state title with a 44-3 victory over Pickerington Central. Plus, a preview of the upcoming boys basketball season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The WCPO High School Insider discusses the four teams remaining in the Ohio High School Athletic Association playoffs this week. You will hear from each of the four coaches on this week's episode. St. Xavier travels to the Columbus area to play Pickerington Central in the Division I state final at 7 p.m. Friday at Fortress Obetz. In Division II, La Salle plays Massillon Washington Friday night at Marysville. In Division IV, Wyoming plays Van Wert Saturday night at Piqua. In Division V, Roger Bacon plays Ironton Saturday night at London High School's Bowlus Field.Listen to this episode in the player above. More at http://wcpo.com/highschoolinsider See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Dyer discusses some of the high school football playoff matchups this week. Plus, a look at the start of the OHSAA girls basketball season. The month for state football champions is here. The Ohio High School Athletic Association football postseason kicks into high gear with the Division I state semifinals and Divisions II-VII regional finals this week. St. Xavier (8-2) plays Springfield (8-1) in a Division I state semifinal Friday at Piqua High School's Alexander Stadium. Dayton Daily News reporter David Jablonski discusses the Springfield football team this season in a preview of the game. You will also hear from Anderson football coach Evan Dreyer as he discusses the La Salle (7-2) at Winton Woods (9-0) Division II, Region 8 final Friday night. And you will hear some Ohio high school girls basketball discussion with Journey to the Tourney director Bryce McKey as the season starts in two weeks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
St. Xavier football coach Steve Specht and Lakota West coach Tom Bolden discuss the upcoming regional final. Plus, La Salle football coach Pat McLaughlin discusses the Lancers' Division II, Region 8 semifinal against visiting Anderson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Turpin football team plays at Kings Friday night in a Division II, Region 8 quarterfinal. Turpin coach Kent McCullough joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the Spartans. Also, this episode contains discussion about the Division I, Region 4 semifinals including Elder (5-3) at St. Xavier (6-2) and Colerain (6-2) at Lakota West (7-0) Friday night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association said Wednesday afternoon it continues to plan for the fall sports tournaments while looking ahead to the winter sports season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the Cincinnati area prepares for Week 6 of the Ohio high school football season, anticipation grows for the start of the playoffs in October. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Kings football team has a 3-0 record for the first time since the 2015 season. Also, Lakota West remains undefeated through four weeks with a potential GMC championship at stake in two weeks. Sign for our new high school sports newsletter Join the Cincinnati area high school sports Facebook group See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ohio High School Athletic Association commissioner Doug Ute explains what his vision is for the state governing body for high school athletics amid several financial challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Commissioner Julian Tackett joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss fall sports, what to expect for attendance at games and how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the high school sports landscape. Also, Talawanda football coach Larry Cox joins the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the Brave's 17-7 win over Harrison Sept. 4. It was Talawanda's first win over Harrison since 1995. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The start of the Ohio high school football season had plenty of highlights including La Salle's double overtime win at Elder. Plus, a conversation with Mariemont coach Nick Leone about this unique season during his first year as head coach. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Middletown athletic director JD Foust joined the WCPO High School Insider podcast to discuss the full return to practice with competition starting Aug. 31. Also, Lakota West football coach Tom Bolden and St. Xavier coach Steve Specht discuss their Aug. 21 scrimmage and the unique aspects of coaching during the pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine gave the green light for high school football to proceed this fall, the Ohio High School Athletic Association continued to offer guidance to member schools on a variety of related topics. The WCPO High School Insider spoke with OHSAA senior director of communications Tim Stried about the reaction to DeWine's decision and the plans for the fall sports season during the COVID-19 pandemic. You will also hear from Princeton football coach Mike Daniels and his enthusiasm for the start of the high school football season next week. RELATED:Join the Cincinnati area high school sports Facebook group See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The countdown continues toward the start of the Ohio high school football season.The only question is whether the season will start the week of Aug. 24. Ohio High School Athletic Association senior director of communications Tim Stried joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the three contact sports (football, soccer, field hockey) that have not been approved for school versus school competition during the COVID-19 pandemic. The OHSAA has anticipated a potential announcement about sports from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Stried said the athletics governing body continues to remain patient in order to have all fall sports compete. With soccer and field hockey scheduled to start Aug. 21, the Ohio governor's office could make an announcement during Thursday's news conference. Or it could wait. Stay tuned. Plus, you will hear a conversation with Ohio State junior quarterback Danny Vanatsky, a former Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy standout, about the Big Ten's decision to postpone the football season due to COVID-19. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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