New interim head coach of the Labette Cardinals men's basketball program Jason Hinson stops by to talk about his plan to remove the interim tag and steady the program.
Labette County High School volleyball coach and theater director Heather Wilson stops by the studio to preview the fall season.
Pittsburg State women's basketball guard Tristan Gegg, going into her fifth and final season and a graduate of Labette County, gives the latest update to her life in a return to the studio.
War Room host Sean Frye gives his take on the Brittney Griner detainment situation in Russia, conference realignment in the NCAA as well as official shortages and NIL regulations in high school sports.
War Room host Sean Frye discusses the passage of the KSHSAA private school multiplier, which now must be approved by the Kansas State Board of Education as well as the Legislature. He also gives his thoughts on the impact of Roe v. Wade being overturned by the Supreme Court.
Parsons Vikings volleyball coach Brooke Hopper, who's entering her fourth season in the role, wants her program to be competing for a league title this fall.
Labette Cardinals softball player Winter Snyder, recently named an NJCAA All-American, talks about her season.
Chanute Tribune sports editor Huntyr Schwegman makes his first-ever appearance in the studio.
Parsons High School athletic director Rob Barcus is back, yet again, on the show to talk about state track as well as the private school multiplier on the table for a vote by KSHSAA.
Parsons High School track and field coach Wesley Krull joins the studio to discuss his first season as head coach and the impact the sport has.
NOTE: This show originally debuted on May 9.