Wednesday, 03 October 2018 10:22

Ray Horner Podcast - 10/3/2018

:30 - If there’s an open storefront in a shopping plaza, it’ll probably be a Halloween store come October. Ray kicks off the show talking about Halloween costumes and what the panel’s favorites were over the years. Tony brings up the point about how Halloween has become the New Year’s for Millennials as far as parties go.

11:11 - Yesterday, Ray chatted with Tony Gotto, head coach of the Barberton Magics about their matchup versus Ellet. The Orangemen head coach Chuck Shuman gave his thoughts on Friday’s big game.

15:19 - Each Wednesday, Dr. Joe Congeni from Akron Children’s Hospital stops by to discuss sports medicine. A hot topic these days has been concussions in football, but what about soccer? How about the other sports?

26:39 - The Western Reserve Playhouse continues to thrive, and for the next few weekends, Little Women will be on stage. Dawn Yamokoski and her crew were in studio to give us a taste of the production.

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Tallmadge head coach Alan Vanderink spoke with Sam and Brad about their Week 2 matchup with Ellet. 

 

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 15:31

Ellet Ready For Week #2 Tilt With Tallmadge

Ellet head coach Chuck Shuman joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the win over Springfield in Week #1 and their upcoming matchup with Tallmadge.

 

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The City Series boys' baseball championship is set for 5pm at the University of Akron. 

Ellet head baseball coach John Sarver joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about his ballclub.

 

 Firestone is ready for the matchup as well. Coach Jeff Sloan also joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about his team as well.

 

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The City Series Boys' Basketball Championship will be taking place tomorrow at Firestone High School in what will be another competitive matchup.

First-year Buchtel head coach Matt Futch spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell ahead of the contest Friday.

 

Ellet head basketball coach Mark Fisher joined the show as well, talking about his team and how they can avenge an earlier loss to the Griffins this season.

 

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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00

MULTIMEDIA 2017 Camp Reports: Ellet Orangemen

Sam and Brad caught up with Ellet High School football coach Chuck Shuman to preview the Orangemen in 2017.

 

The Orangemen are looking to get back to the City Series Championship for the second year in a row.

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Friday, 10 February 2017 16:56

AUDIO Mark Fisher's Orangemen Ready To Roll

Mark Fisher, the head coach of the Ellet Orangemen spoke with Sam and Brad Friday to talk about his team heading into their matchup tonight with Massillon.

 

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The Ellet Orangemen are undefeated heading into their game with the East Dragons and head coach Marques Hayes.

Longtime Ellet head coach Joe Yost joined Sam Bourquin Wednesday to talk about his team, including his offense led by seniors Garrett Haverstick and Marquise Bridges.

 

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Monday, 15 August 2016 18:20

MULTIMEDIA Camp Days: Ellet Orangemen

The Ellet Orangemen will be ready to contend for the City Series Title in 2016, balancing toughness and competitiveness on the gridiron.

Longtime coach of the Orangemen, Joe Yost joined Brad Russell on City Series Media Day last week to talk about his team and their makeup heading into the season.

  

 Yost, who has been patrolling the sidelines at Ellet for 38 years, says the most rewarding part of his job is the relationships he's bulit over the course of his time teaching and coaching.

"It's been the thrill of my life and a great privlege in my life to spend quality time with so many great people," Yost said. 

Yost will have a solid amount of returning talent of of last year's 6-4 team including Marquise Bridges and Garret Haverstic, amongst others.

He says the team has been made aware of being good stewards in the community, and that being a role model for the young kids in Ellet and Akron as a whole is something to take seriously.

"They have that responsibility," he says.

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