Coming up on this week’s episode of the Cardo’s Family Fun Center SVC Sports Talk podcast show, SVCsportszone.com’s Shayne Combs and Eric Snyder continue to debate the guidelines that need to be used when selecting the all-time SVC boys’ basketball squad.
The show also hears from Piketon’s Alex Southworth. The Ball State-bound star talks about her injury, her future goals, and her development as a player growing up. Shayne also asked her to take on a version of the Fast Break section as Alex tells us from a player’s perspective why Adena is so good, she tells us the best player in the league this year, and she explains what it is like to play for Coach Coreno.
In our recaps, the Adena girls keep on rolling as they posted a great out-of-conference win this weekend. We will hear from Adena head coach Jeran Cox as he will also respond to a question sent to SVCsportszone.com’s inbox concerning the Lady Warriors. On the boys’ side we hear from Southeastern’s Michael Brown following his team’s big win over first-place Huntington.
Finally, this week’s Fast Break section talks about unsung heroes, COY at the halfway point, telling stats in the SVC, and which team to watch this week in the league race. Shayne and Eric then end the show with one last look at the inbox as there was a fan that is really upset about something they think should not be so hard to do on a more consistent basis.
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