High School Football America Radio Show host Jeff Fisher talks turkey…or at least Turkey Day football…on this episode of America’s premiere high school football talk show.
Bill Tracey, head coach at Wellesley HS (Massachusetts), talks about the granddaddy of Thanksgiving Day games: Wellesley against Needham. The two schools will meet for the 124th consecutive Thanksgiving next Thursday; it’s America’s oldest Turkey Day game.
Then Dick Hammer, a Pennsylvania high school sports Hall of Fame broadcaster, talks about the Easton (Pennsylvania) / Phillipsburg (New Jersey) Turkey Day game that annually attracts 15,000 fans to Lafayette College. Hammer will be broadcasting his 45th game in the 105-game series next Thursday. The two communities are separated only by the Delaware River.
Randy Taylor, recruiting analyst and national speaker for NCSA Athletic Recruiting, discusses his company’s innovative programs that connect athletes, seeking scholarships, with college football programs at all levels. Taylor has 30-years experience in college football with stops at Illinois, Minnesota, San Jose St., UCLA and UNLV; at UCLA he produced a #1 ranked recruiting class. For more info, go to www.ncsasports.org
The show wraps-up with MaxPreps’ Steve Spiewak talking about the national championship chase.
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