By Keith McShea
For this week's PrepTalkTV Weekly -- which you can see right here tonight at 9 -- we'll talk about this year's winter postseason and even a little about the next football season.
We'll have another loaded show of highlights from boys basketball, wrestling and swimming -- including another edition of "[BN] The Locker Room" video of coaches' pregame (and postgame) speeches. We'll take a look back at other events in our PrepTalkTV Rewind as well have our weekly look at the boys basketball polls and a look ahead to this weekend and beyond.
As usual after PrepTalkTV Weekly, I'll have a live chat following the show.
Here's a rundown of the show:
0:00 -- Opening, debut of the on-screen rundown, update on Depew Boys & Girls Club fundraiser
2:50 -- Interview with Section VI football chairman Ken Stoldt on proposed changes for the 2013 season alignment and nonleague football games
14:00 -- Section VI Wrestling Championships, including footage of ALL 30 CHAMPIONS
21:30 -- Discussion/rant about decision to drop Olympic wrestling
25:35 -- Canisius boys swimming dominates All-Catholic meet, followed by McShea proclaiming (at 27:30) that the "I believe that we have won" chant is owned by St. Joe's and should not be used by other schools
30:30 -- Silver Creek boys basketball moves to 17-0 with win over Randolph; featuring [BN] The Locker Room with coach Rob Genco before and after the game
35:50 -- St. Joe's boys basketball uses huge third quarter to rout Timon Monday; plus a look ahead to Saturday's St. Joe's-Canisius game
40:15 -- Look at this week's boys basketball polls
42:10 -- PrepTalkTV Rewind (Minnesota HS hockey goalie scores on his own team -- on purpose!)
47:00 -- A look ahead to upcoming action from Thursday to Tuesday; closing.
The exact start time for the chat depends on the length of the live video show, so it will likely range from 9:45-55.
Certainly let us know what you thought of the show during the chat. As always, anything in the world of high school sports -- or our coverage of it -- is up for discussion.
Please just ask questions once in the chat. I promise I'll get to them.
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