The Highland Hornets will be getting ready for a Suburban League tussle with the Aurora Greenmen coming up in Week 6.
2nd-year head coach Mike Gibbons joined the Sam Bourquin Show Wednesday to talk about his team and what they've been doing leading up to this game.
"I'm proud of our defensive effort, every week it seems like we're really flying around, and offensively we've been taking care of the ball."
The Stow Bulldogs have been rolling this high school football season and are looking to stay undefeated as they have a Week 6 matchup on the road against Twinsburg.
Head Coach Mark Nori of Stow spoke with Brad Russell to talk about his team, and his offense, which put up over 500 yards of offense last week.
Nori says Twinsburg has some solid athletes on both sides of the ball, and his players have to be ready for whatever wrinkles the Tigers may bring to the field.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are rested coming off the bye week and will be taking on the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers on Saturday.
Tim Shoemaker from 11 Warriors.com joined Brad Russell to talk about the Bucks, their health, and their on-field leaders heading into the game.
Despite being winless, the Cleveland Browns have been playing hard and developing their talent.
For the Win columnist and USA Today NFL writer Chris Korman discussed the Browns and the AFC North with our own Sam Bourquin on Tuesday.
For the complete interview with Chris and Sam, click here.
Despite injuries, adversity, and the grind that is Major League Baseball, the Cleveland Indians are AL Central Champs for the first time in 9 seasons.
Jim Ingraham, sports columnist for the Medina Gazette and the Elyria Chronicle Telegram joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about the team and their accomplishment.
"It was well-deserved," Ingraham said. "They've kind of perservered through it all and made it work."
For the full interview with Jim, click here.
After last night's win in Detroit, the Cleveland Indians are 2016 AL Central Division Champions, and the Tribe is making a postseason push behind their strong pitching and opportunistic hitting.
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus spoke with Sam Bourquin Tuesday to talk about last night's win, the celebration, and what they will do as they make their push for the postseason.
For the full interview with Rosey, click here.
Dahntay Jones, one of the veterans on the Cavs' team spoke with Sam during Media Day Monday to talk about what his goals are for the Wine and Gold this season and what he's been up to in the offseason.
New Cleveland Cavalier Mike Dunleavy Jr. joined the Sam Bourquin Show Monday to talk about his new squad, expectations for himself and this season, and being another piece to a veteran team in 2016.
As LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers get ready to get training camp started for the 2016 season, he knows that he and the rest of the guys have to work their habits and get back to work.
James spoke with the media for the annual Cavs Media Day at Cleveland Clinic Courts.
When asked about looking back on last year's championship run, LeBron said he hasn't looked back, but is looking forward.
"I haven't had much time to just sit around and look at the accomplishments we made and what we had and what we did, but I know it was an incredible ride, and I was happy to be a part of it."
For the full interview with LeBron, click here.
The 2016 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers will start here very soon, and as defending NBA Champions, the expectations for this team have not changed.
Cavaliers GM David Griffin and head coach Ty Lue adressed the media at Cleveland Clinic Courts Monday and talked about the team moving forward into 2016-17.
Lue said that health was the biggest thing for his team this year.
"It gives us a great boost going into this season, and it's good to have everyone in good health."
Also some news from Media Day this morning is that veteran point guard Mo Williams will be retiring from the NBA.
Griffin says he likes where the team sits as far as backup point guard, and with rookie Kay Felder and some of the other players, he feels they're in good shape.
For the full interview with Griff and Coach Lue, click here.
The time has come. The teams are ready. St. Vincent-St. Mary and Hoban are set for another edition of the "Holy War."
Kickoff from Infocision Stadium is set for 7 p.m.
One of Akron's most known athletes will be inducted into the Summit County Sports Hall of Fame.
Former Akron Garfield, Ohio State Buckeye, and NFL running back Chris "Beanie" Wells joined Justin McKinney and Ben Genet to talk about the honor of being inducted into the prestigious group, and some highlights from his athletic career.
The banquet is set for October 11 and will feature Beanie's former coach and current Youngstown State President Jim Tressel as the featured speaker.
When Chris stepped away from the game, he's been getting into broadcasting and currently is on the panel with the "Tailgate 19" crew for WOIO in Cleveland. Beanie offered his take on the Cleveland Browns as they get ready for the Miami Dolphins.
For the full interview, click here.
Sam Bourquin is picking against the spread in college and pro football. Sammy's 12-6 on the season.
And of course, these are for entertainment purposes only.
The Buchtel Griffins have been fighting hard, playing hard, and finding themselves as a team. They'll have a tough task on their hands against Lakewood St. Edward on Saturday.
Buchtel head coach Ricky Powers spoke with Sam Bourquin Thursday about his expectations for the program, getting better, and how his young men have responded to challenges.