Fredonia Yellowjackets head football coach Marc Svaty, who spent two years (2014-15) as the Parsons Vikings head coach, talks about the state of his program, football through the pandemic and his perception of the Parsons program.
Parsons High School Athletic Director Rob Barcus stops in for the third time to discuss how fall sports are operating through COVID-19.
Labette Community College volleyball head coach Haley Miller stops by the War Room for the third time to talk about the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on her team and how life continues to adjust.
No guest this week on the War Room, so Sean Frye discusses local sports, the COVID-19 pandemic and encourages people to go VOTE!
Dr. Wayne Gilmore, a local optometrist and owner of KLKC, talks about running the virtual Boston Marathon in Parsons. We also discuss how COVID-19, race and sports are all connected.
Labette County High School boys basketball head coach and defensive coordinator for football, Bradley Argabright, talks about how sports look like and what evolution is taking place through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Montgomery County Chronicle Editor Andy Taylor talks about journalism, sports and life through the summer of a pandemic and a movement surrounded on racial injustice. Taylor also discusses the ongoing story regarding the ouster and criminal charges filed against former Independence Community College football coach Jason Brown.
Parsons High School head volleyball coach Brooke Hopper discusses what volleyball will look like this fall through the COVID-19 pandemic as well as her personal battles through the pandemic and raising a black son through the Black Lives Matter movement.
Parsons Vikings football head coach Jeff Schibi talks about how sports will look this fall through COVID-19.
Labette County High School Principal Shane Holtzman discusses the reopening of schools and resumption of athletics amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We also discuss the state of Labette County's coaching staff for all sports as well how race and history is taught in schools.