Tom Hays and Bruce Frey were on the call for 1460 WMBA’s Broadcast from Alquippa. The Quips came into the game hot off their win against Quaker Valley last week standing alone a top section 3A Beaver Valley Conference play. Aliquippa took and early lead in the first quarter and then dominated the warriors the rest of the way . The Quips led 14-0 after one period.the Warriors scored a fieldgoal right before the end of the first half. As the horn sounded for the half the Quips had a 20-3 lead. After three quarters the Quips had control of the game leading 28 to 3. The Quips called off the dogs and coasted in the fourth quarter for victory winning easily. The CCBC Players of the Game are M.J. Devonshire for Aliquippa and Danny Santia for the Warriors.
1460 WMBA’s Tom Hays and Bruce Frey have the call from Aliquippa High School of this WPIAL Class 3-A Beaver Valley Conference high school football game as the Quips battle the Warriors. If you are unable to listen to the broadcast on the air click the Trib-Live Logo below at 6:30 pm to hear online.
1230 WBVP’s Bob Barrickman and Bill Fontana have the call from Rochester High School of this WPIAL Class 1-A Big 7 Conference high school football game as the Rams battle the Scotties. Zach Ulrich will be doing the Freedom United Federal Credit Union sideline reports throughout the game. If your not able to listen to the game on the air then click the Trib-Live Logo Below at 7 pm to listen to the game on line .
The Pens beat the New York Rangers 5 to 4 in Overtime Tuesday night. Geno Malkin scored less than a minute into the overtime period to give the Pens the extra point and the victory. Phil Kessel assisted on Malkin’s goal. Malkin finished the night with a goal and two assists to lead the way for the Pens. Kessel had a goal and two assists. Other Pens scorers were Crosby with a goal and an assist, Haglin, and Hornqvist. The Pens are now in first place in the Metropolitan division with a record of 7-4-2 and they have 9 points. The Rangers who have had a tough start to the season fall to 1-5-1 and only have 3 points on the young season. The Pens are back in Action on Friday, October 20, 2017. They will travel to Florida to play the Panthers who are 2-3-0 on the season.
It has been reported on multiple high school football outlets on Twitter as well as from Mike Bires of The Beaver County Times as that Tom Liberty head coach of the Freedom Bulldogs has resigned and Russ Barley named interim coach. Stay tuned to Beaver County Radio for further details as this story develops and tune into the Coach Corner with Bob Barrickman Wednesday night, October 18, 2017 at 7p.m. for additional updates.
Beaver County Radio’s Greg Benedetti is working on the story and was told by the Freedom School District Athletic Director and High School Principal that it is a personnel matter and that he would have to speak with the superintendent who is out of town until next Monday. Greg was able to attain a statement from the Superintendents office that which stated that Tom Liberty has resigned as Head Coach of the Bulldogs and Russ Barley will be the interim coach for the remainder of the season and other than that they have no further comment.
The Back to Back Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penquins take the show to the road and Madison Square Garden tonight in a Metropolitan Division Match up against the New York Rangers. The Pens come into the game fresh off a 4-3 win over the Florida Panthers at PPG Paints arena on Saturday night. The Rangers season hasn’t started out like they thought as they come into tonight’s game in last place in the Metropolitan Division with a 1-5-0 record and have only 2 points on the season. The Pens meanwhile are 6-3-1 with 7 points in the division and are currently in second place in the division one point behind the Devils and Blue Jackets.
Coach Sullivan says that the Rangers are much better than their record and are a dangerous team. Click the play button to hear the coaches comments:
The action gets under way with the Pens Pre-game starting at 6:30 p.m. tonight and the puck drops just after 7:00 p.m. on 1230/WBVP and 1460/WMBA your home for Pens Hockey in Beaver County .