PostGame Recap High School Football Podcasts launching in Arkansas and Missouri this weekend

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It’s an exciting week for our partners at PostGame Recap or PGR. Starting this weekend, PGR will begin its weekly high school football podcasts from Arkansas and Missouri. Both states open the 2020 regular season this weekend.

PostGame Recap is the brainchild of Kevin Prewett, who has developed a funding strategy that includes pairing local businesses with schools that want an individualized podcast. The best part is there isn’t a cost to the team or the school.

PostGame Recap’s weekly episodes will include game recaps highlighting Friday night’s outstanding players and in-depth analysis that will entertain listeners and promote the great game of high school football.

In its first-year, PGR is focusing on Arkansas and Missouri, but the plan is to expand nationally by 2021.

Below are the schools that will be featured throughout the 2020 season:

Arkansas High School Football Teams on PGR

Bryant Hornets – the two-time defending Arkansas Class 7A champs finished No. 24 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings last season.

Benton Panthers – finished No. 9 last year in the High School Football America Arkansas Top 10. The Panthers lost to Searcy 28-27 in the 6A state championship game.

Greenbrier Panthers – Greenbrier, which plays in 5A, is coming-off a 5-5 season.

Salem Greyhounds – Salem is coming-off a 10-2 season in 2019. The Greyhounds advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals before losing to eventual state champ Fordyce.

Missouri High School Football Teams on PGR

Ava Bears – finished runner-up Class 2, losing to Lutheran North in the state championship game.

Bolivar Liberators – after a perfect regular season, Bolivar advanced to the third round of the Class 4 playoffs where the Liberators lost to eventual state champ Webb City.

Buffalo Bison – Buffalo was 9-3 last year, which included two postseason victories in the Class 3 playoffs.

Camdenton Lakers – The Lakers were perfect during the regular season and advanced to the state quarterfinal round in Class 4 where they lost to eventual state champ Webb City.

Lebanon Yellowjackets – Lebanon finished 9-3, losing to Camdenton in the third round of the Class 4 playoffs.

Logan-Rogersville Wildcats – L-R advanced to the second round of the Class 3 playoffs in 2019

Mount Vernon Mountaineers – After a perfect regular season, the Mountaineers lost in the second round of the Class 3 playoffs

Mountain Grove Panthers – lost to eventual Class 2 runner-up Ava in the first round of the Class 2 playoffs.

Salem Tigers – Salem was 7-4 last year, losing to Blair Oaks in the second round of the Class 3 playoffs.

St. Francis Borgia Knights – The Knights were 7-4 last year with two postseason wins in Class 3.

Washington Bluejays – Washington was 10-2 in 2019, advancing to the second round of the Class 4 postseason.

If you’re a Coach or a team and you want to learn how to get your own podcast, go to the PostGame Recap website at to sign-up. Sponsors and student broadcasters can also sign-up on PGR’s website.

Once the season starts, you can listen to and subscribe to the PostGame Recap podcasts on iTunesSpotifyGoogle Podcasts and many other podcasting platforms. In addition, select episodes will also appear on High School Football America.

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.