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The WCPO High School Insider podcast highlighted the Greater Miami Conference as it conducted its National Signing Day recognition ceremony Wednesday afternoon at the Sharonville Convention Center. -- National Signing Day is an opportunity to celebrate the dozens of college football opportunities this winter for Greater Cincinnati student-athletes. WCPO's Mike Dyer hosted the High School Insider at the annual Greater Miami Conference signing day ceremony at the Sharonville Convention Center. This special episode was presented by Chick-fil-A. You will hear interviews from GMC coaches as they reflect upon the signees, the 2021 season results and a first look ahead to the 2022 season this fall. You will also find out which GMC coach plans to attend the Super Bowl next week in support of Cincinnati Bengals rookie offensive lineman Jackson Carman.See for privacy information.
Winton Woods football coach Chad Murphy arrived home around 5 a.m. Friday but he didn't seem to mind at all. In fact, Murphy was all smiles two days later, reflecting on a state championship journey that no one at Winton Woods will ever forget. "It's just been a little surreal," Murphy said Sunday afternoon. "It's like it's set in but it hasn't. Do you know what I mean? It still seems like we're probably going to practice tomorrow and that kind of stuff. It's been wild." Murphy joined the WCPO High School Insider podcast to reflect on the Warriors' Division II state title. Winton Woods defeated Akron Archbishop Hoban 21-10 in the Division II state final Dec. 2 in Canton to capture the state championship. "It was finally mission accomplished," Murphy said. "Like you said - 16 weeks is a long time. A lot of blood, sweat and tears go into it - behind the scenes stuff." Winton Woods was one of three schools to capture state football titles this past week. Beechwood captured the Kentucky Class 2A state title with a 23-21 win over Lexington Christian at Kroger Field. Clinton-Massie had a dramatic rally on Friday to defeat Youngstown Ursuline 29-28 thanks to a two-point conversion with 45 seconds left in the Ohio Division IV state final. Clinton-Massie coach Dan McSurley reflected on how much the seniors impacted the football program and a two-point conversion attempt in Canton that won't ever be forgotten in Clinton County.See for privacy information.
Badin, Beechwood, Clinton-Massie and Winton Woods are vying for their respective state football finals this week. - Welcome to the football state championship week. Greater Cincinnati has four opportunities at state football finals this week including Badin (Division III), Beechwood (Kentucky Class 2A), Clinton-Massie (Division IV) and Winton Woods (Division II) in the respective state finals. You will hear from Winton Woods coach Chad Murphy, Badin coach Nick Yordy and Clinton-Massie coach Dan McSurley on this week's WCPO High School Insider podcast. Each coach reflects on the special journey of this season and what they will remember the most from this team as they prepare to travel to Canton. 02:18 - Winton Woods coach Chad Murphy08:45 - Clinton-Massie coach Dan McSurley20:59 - Badin coach Nick YordySee for privacy information.
Badin, Clinton-Massie, Moeller and Winton Woods are preparing this week for a trip to the football state semifinals Friday night in their respective divisions.  - The football state Final Four round is here. Four Greater Cincinnati high school football teams are still practicing this Thanksgiving week in preparation for the Ohio High School Athletic Association state semifinals Friday night. In Divsion I, Moeller (11-3) plays Springfield (12-1) at Sidney. In Division II, Winton Woods (11-3) plays Green (11-3) at Westerville Central. In Division III, Badin (13-0) plays Granville (13-0) at London High School's Bowlus Field. In Division IV, Clinton-Massie (12-1) plays Carroll Bloom-Carroll (14-0) at Performance Stadium at Volunteer Field in Plain City. In Kentucky, Beechwood (13-0) plays host to Mayfield (12-1) in a 2A state semifinal Friday night. In this episode, you will hear from Badin coach Nick Yordy about the Rams' rally in the regional final to capture their first state semifinal berth since 1998. Winton Woods coach Chad Murphy, in his first year as the team's head coach, discusses how Winton Woods persevered after a 1-2 record early this season to reach the state Final Four for the first time since 2018. Moeller coach Mark Elder offers details about how he's stay focused through this deep playoff run and how the team plans to celebrate Thanksgiving as a program.  See for privacy information.
Seven Greater Cincinnati high school football teams are in the OHSAA regional finals Friday night with trips to the state semifinals on the line. Welcome to the football regional finals week around Ohio.Seven Greater Cincinnati high school football teams are still playing this week with opportunities to reach the state semifinals Nov. 26.You will hear from several high school head football coaches on this week's episode including: Lakota West coach Tom Bolden Moeller coach Mark Elder Winton Woods coach Chad Murphy Badin coach Nick Yordy Western Brown coach Nick Osborne McNicholas coach Mike Orlando These coaches reflect upon their teams and how the school communities have expressed significant support during this postseason. The Ohio high school boys basketball season is right around the corner and you will hear from Triple Double Prospects analyst Corey Albertson about some of the top teams and players to watch this winter.See for privacy information.
The Ohio high school football season moves one step closer to the state Final Four this week as regional semifinals occur Friday and Saturday night across the state. for privacy information.
Elder High School football coach Doug Ramsey earned his 200th career win after the Panthers' triple overtime victory over Colerain. Also, a preview of the upcoming Ohio girls basketball season.See for privacy information.
Welcome to the playoffs. The Ohio High School Athletic Association football playoffs start Friday night with 57 Cincinnati-area teams in action during the first round this weekend. The WCPO High School Insider delves into the postseason with interviews with Lakota West coach Tom Bolden, Moeller coach Mark Elder, Kings coach Alex Garvin and Wyoming coach Aaron Hancock. These coaches reflect upon the success of the regular season and how they approach the playoffs with their respective teams.See for privacy information.
The WCPO High School Insider delves into the final week of the Ohio high school football regular season.See for privacy information.
Cincinnati College Preparatory football coach Jeremy Pflug discusses the Lions' success this season. Plus, Wyoming coach Aaron Hancock about the Cowboys' 8-0 start and Mount Notre Dame basketball star KK Bransford announces her college commitment.See for privacy information.
Hughes football coach Chris Mobley discusses the journey of the Big Red football program since 2016 plus Anderson coach Evan Dreyer reflects on the Raptors' 28-21 win over visiting Winton Woods in Week 7. The Mount Notre Dame volleyball team prepares to travel to Arizona.See for privacy information.
The Western Brown football team has a 5-1 record thanks to several talented players including junior quarterback Drew Novak, who broke the school's all-time career passing yards mark Friday night.  You will also hear from Taft football coach Tyler Williams, who discusses the Senators' 13-7 win over previously undefeated Withrow this past weekend.  Dante Payne gives a preview of the first HBCU Women's Basketball Game Classic at Winton Woods High School Nov. 27 featuring Fisk University against Wilberforce University. Also, Roy Hatfield offers perspective on the seventh Ohio Valley Hoops Classic boys basketball event during Thanksgiving Day weekend at the Mason High School Arena.See for privacy information.
The Beechwood football program enjoyed its first win over CovCath since 2014. Plus, catching up with former NFL player DeShawn Wynn and inside the college recruiting of Walnut Hill basketball standout Tyler McKinley. Beechwood quarterback Cameron Hergott soaked in every bit of the electric atmosphere at Beechwood High School Sept. 17 in Fort Mitchell. The Tigers defeated Covington Catholic for the first time since 2014 and Hergott couldn't be happier to have his first career win over the Colonels. "Amazing, incredible," Hergott said. "I'm going to college next year so I get a little hint of that with this but it's really awesome for the whole city and everyone on our team to experience something like this. "Hergott and Beechwood coach Noel Rash discussed the important rivalry win in this week's WCPO High School Insider.You will also hear from Wyoming coach Aaron Hancock, who earned his 100th career win last week. Plus, Wyoming running backs coach DeShawn Wynn, a former NFL player who won a national title at the University of Florida, discusses coaching with the Cowboys.See for privacy information.
McNicholas football coach Mike Orlando discusses the Rockets' 4-0 start and matchup with Roger Bacon this weekend. High school football analyst Dave Berk discusses the players and teams that have been the most impressive in Southwest Ohio this season. -- The McNicholas High School football team is enjoying a 4-0 record for the second straight season while preparing for a home game against visiting Roger Bacon Friday night. McNicholas coach Mike Orlando joined the WCPO High School Insider to reflect on this season, his 11 years as head coach and how the school community has supported the Rockets over the years. McNicholas defeated Highlands 27-21 Sept. 10 in what is believed to be the first football meeting between the programs. Also, high school football analyst Dave Berk discusses Southwest Ohio football, college recruiting and what he expects from the second half of this season. Plus, you will hear discussion about Friday's Moeller (4-0) versus St. Xavier (4-0) game at Nippert Stadium.See for privacy information.
St. Xavier football coach Steve Specht and Lakota West athletic director Scott Kaufman remember how the 9/11 terrorist attacks impacted the Greater Cincinnati high school sports scene 20 years ago. See for privacy information.
The Kings High School football team reflects on a 3-0 start, plus director Mark Porter offers his perspective on college football recruiting. Also, you will hear from Mount Notre Dame volleyball coach Michael Crofton as he discusses his first season as the Cougars' head coach. He also talked about senior All-American Carly Hendrickson who has helped to lead MND this season.  See for privacy information.
The La Salle football team is preparing to welcome national power IMG Academy Friday night at Lancer Stadium. You will also hear a conversation Utah Jazz guard MaCio Teague, a 2015 Walnut Hills High School graduate and new St. Xavier swimming and diving head coach David Albert.See for privacy information.
The WCPO High School Insider takes a look back at Week 1 of the Ohio high school football season and looks ahead this weekend. Whether it was St. Xavier's win over visiting Lakota West, Princeton's 58 points or plenty of other highlights, there was plenty to discuss from Week 1 of the Ohio high school football season. This week's WCPO Insider includes a conversation with Taylor football coach David Dransman as the Yellow Jackets won their first season opener since 2015. Dransman and seniors Harry Hilvert and Johnny Kearns discuss the optimism within the program after a 38-17 win at Greenon Aug. 20. "And after that win it was just like really clear to me that there is something special here that hasn't been present in the past years," Kearns said. You will also hear from St. Xavier coach Steve Specht, Princeton coach Andre Parker and Cincinnati Country Day coach Dennis Coyle. Cincinnati Country Day opened its renovated stadium before a 56-0 win over visiting Manchester.  See for privacy information.
Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky high school football begins this week in a much-anticipated return. The 24th annual Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown will highlight several of the Cincinnati area's top teams throughout this season.In-Game Sports president Tom Gamble, the longtime Showdown organizer, joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the event's rich history with talented players and team along with the outlook for this season. Gamble, who is also the Greater Catholic League South division commissioner, also discussed the upcoming school year in all sports for the conference. You will also hear from St. Xavier athletic director Brian Reinhart about the much-anticipated Showdown game with Lakota West at St. X Friday night and Mason coach Brian Castner discusses a 60th anniversary celebration of Comets' football. Find more at for privacy information.
Live from the Fort Wright Chick-fil-A, coach Noel Rash and players from the Beechwood Tigers join Mike Dyer and Caleb Noe.See for privacy information.
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