Episode 13 – Cardo’s Family Fun Center SVC Sports Talk 122611

This week’s show starts with a question from the inbox that is talking “SVC Dream Team” for the history of our great conference for boys’ basketball. Shayne Combs and Eric Snyder start the discussion, and they ask you, the fans, to get involved in finishing the list for both boys and girls.

This week’s show will have a complete recap of the Unioto/Huntington boys’ game last week including audio from Huntington’s Brice Vickers and Dylan Gragg as well as Huntington head coach Travis Rinehart talking about how Brendon and Blake Campbell really sparked his team’s defensive effort. Speaking of boys’ basketball, the show gets an interesting phone call from a PV student asking about the great start one of his classmates is off to this season.

Also, the show will look ahead to the Adena/Unioto girls’ game with a look at both teams and how they can attack the other.

Finally, Shayne and Eric get out in transition for this week’s Fast Break. Questions this week include teams needing a win, best game this year, season surprises, and most intriguing games coming after the New Year.

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