Scott Marlow, Voice of the Parsons Vikings for KLKC, stops by the studio to talk about the nominees for the 2020-21 Parsons Sun Sports Awards.
Labette women's basketball head coach Mitch Rolls talks about NIL and the latest developments with his nationally-ranked program.
Parsons High School boys basketball coach Anthony Houk stops by the studio to talk about the previous two seasons, his daughter's recovery from two torn ACLs and take stock of the SEK League.
Independence Community College head softball coach Sam Campbell discusses the state of NJCAA softball and how the sport can be more equitable.
Parsons High School volleyball coach Brooke Hopper discusses load management for summer weights and the expectations going into her third season this fall.
KLKC owner Wayne Gilmore stops by the studio to recap the KSHSAA State Track and Field Championships and the 2020-21 season as a whole.
For the sixth time (!), Parsons High School Athletic Director and track coach Rob Barcus talks about the upcoming KSHSAA state track championships and the summer weights program.
Butler County Times-Gazette Sports Editor Chuck Cheney discusses the state of junior college softball in Kansas and goes in-depth on the issue of whether or not high school basketball should install a shot clock.
Labette County Grizzlies softball head coach Mike Hayward discusses the state of LCHS girls athletics and how to sustain the culture of a successful program.
Will Tunstall, a deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Department as well the NFHS Boys Basketball Official of the Year for the State of Kansas, talks about the culture of referees as well as the intersection of policing and Black Lives Matter in the wake of the Derek Chauvin conviction for the murder of George Floyd.