Hunter and Brian discuss the return of high school athletics as well as WKU returning athletes to campus. Logan County football head coach Todd Alder joins the show to discuss his preparations for the upcoming season.
Hunter and Brian catch up with coaches William Unseld and Calvin Head and discuss the postponement of the state basketball tournament. Also hear from senior Dragons Tay Smith and Kobe Brents as well as Lady Purples Keyozdon Jones and Aiayna Gurley.
Pitchers from Warren East, Franklin-Simpson, and Logan County stop by the studio for this week's edition of Sports Connection. Hunter and Brian also break down the men's and women's brackets for the C-USA Tournament.
Warren Central's new head baseball coach Jay Shockley joins Hunter and Brian this week on Sports Connection. The Duo also takes a look at the upcoming district tournaments and breakdown the Hilltoppers' loss to Charlotte.
On this week's episode of Sports Connection, Warren Central Hall of Fame Baseball Player Derrick Alfonso is in studio. Hunter and Brian also take a look at the district seedings for boys and girls basketball, as well as break down the Tops Bonus Play schedule.
On this week's episode of Sports Connection, Hunter and Brian are joined by coach Brandon Combs and a couple of members of the Warren East Basketball team. The longtime voice of the Lady Toppers Barry Williams also stops by.
The state champion Greenwood Lady Gators soccer team joins Hunter and Brian on this week's episode of Sports Connection. Warren Central's AJ Ray and several members of the Dragons soccer team also join the Duo.
Director of Communication for Warren County Youth Football Brandon Phillips joins Hunter Smith and Doug Thompson to talk about the upcoming season. Warren East AD Jonathan Vincent and Assistant AD Brandon Combs also stop by to discuss what players need to do to make sure they're ready for the fall.
Hunter Smith and Doug Thompson discuss the recent Pickens Amateur. Jeff Goodnight joins the desk to talk about several upcoming golf tournaments and Franklin-Simpson Alum and current WKU golfer Mary Joiner stops by as well.