Episode 19 – Cardo’s Family Fun Center SVC Sports Talk 021312

On this week’s episode, SVCsportszone.com’s Shayne Combs and Eric Snyder welcome Unioto’s Adrian Ross and Coach Matt Paxton as they talk about Adrian’s signing with N.C. State.

Action on the hardwood also provides a lot to talk about this week. In girls, Shayne and Eric look back at the Unioto/Adena game including post game comments from Jeran Cox and Jeff Miller. In boys, the goal is to try to make sense of the crazy standings as the stage is set for the final weekend.

As always, there is plenty to talk about from the inbox including the boys’ all-time team deadline approaching as well as an upset fan after reading Shayne’s all-league selections for girls.

Lastly, this week’s show splits the Fast Break into boys and girls as fans will hear which team in boys has the inside track to the title, what player will impact the title chase this weekend the most, and which team was treated best in this year’s tournament draw. For girls, topics include best game of the year, the gap between the top three teams and everyone else, and who will win it all in 2012-2013.

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