Cherryvale girls basketball head coach and middle school PE teacher Kelsey Overacker talks about her strategies in dealing with the shutdown of sports through the COVID-19 pandemic.
She also talks about the Cherryvale basketball season, which saw the Chargers make its second straight sub-state championship game.
Jessica Ramsey, a behaviorist for the Labette Center for Mental Health, discusses the psychological impact that athletes and coaches are facing with the cancellation of their seasons amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Ramsey talks about strategies everybody can employ in their daily lives as we practice social distancing and other health department guidelines in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The owner of KLKC stops in to talk about the ongoing closures and suspensions of sports in response to the spread of the coronavirus. Gilmore also discusses the value of local media in southeast Kansas.
With Sub-State Week in the books, the Parsons Vikings (4A) and Erie Red Devils (2A) are headed to state. KLKC Voice of the Parsons Vikings Scott Marlow returns to the studio for a third time to discuss the Vikings' bracket in Salina as well as the rest of the action from a packed week of basketball.
Parsons High School Athletic Director Rob Barcus comes into the studio for a second time to talk about how the girls athletic programs continue to rebuild, the state of wrestling at Parsons and looks up the Vikings' upcoming sub-state matchup against Hayden.
Labette Community College women's basketball coach Mitch Rolls guided his team to a Kansas Jayhawk Conference title. Parsons High School boys basketball coach Anthony Houk took the Vikings to a SEK League title. Both came into the studio to talk about the process of winning a league championship.
Labette Community College softball coach Ryan Phillips talks about his history with one of the most successful programs in the Kansas Jayhawk Conference and how he carries some of the biggest heartbreaks of his career years later.
The Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. So Sean Frye called his dad, who lives in Hawaii and made him a Chiefs fan, to reminisce. A kid and his dad talking Chiefs football. Enjoy...
KLKC Voice of the Parsons Vikings Scott Marlow makes his second trip into the studio to talk Parsons basketball, Erie basketball and girls wrestling.
DISCLAIMER: While this episode was broadcast after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 54, it was recorded prior to the game. Next week's interview will be almost solely dedicated to the Chiefs and will feature a special guest.
Cherryvale High School girls athlete Camdyn Forman comes into the studio to talk about her road to recover after suffering a catastrophic knee injury during basketball season. Forman also gives her take on the perception of girls' athletics in Cherryvale, while host Sean Frye gives his thoughts on the passing of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant.