Episode 26 – Cardo’s Family Fun Center SVC Sports Talk 042912

This week is a great week on the Cardo’s Family Fun Center SVC Sports Talk podcast show as SVCsportszone.com’s Shayne Combs and Matt Combs apologize for putting the official jinx on the SVC baseball and softball races. Show 26 also discusses the new bat requirements in high school baseball as Huntington’s Chad Carroll and Zane Trace’s Ron Allen talk about the changes they see as well as how it could change the game moving forward. There is also plenty of softball to discuss as Jeremy Ward helps describe a crazy week that completely shook up the SVC softball standings. The baseball and softball discussion is capped off by another version of Extra Innings as Shayne and Jeremy talk best weekly performance, nicest field, strikeouts, and tournament draw.

The show then turns to track as names like Ross, Stout, and other SVC stars are continuing to post incredible times and rewriting record books in the process. This week’s track coverage also includes another Photo Finish as Shayne and Matt talk coaching strategies, SVC records that could be in trouble, and the top contenders for meet medalist at this year’s conference championships.

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