Link For New Castle @ Central Valley, Friday September 24, 2021 @ 6:30 on WBVP/99.3FM/ Facebook Live


1230 WBVP, 99.3 FM and’s Bob Barrickman and Jim Equels have the call from Central Valley High School of this WPIAL Class 3A vs Class 4A Non-Conference high school football game as the defending champion Warriors battle the Red Hurricane.

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Phillies rally from 6 down, beat Bucs 12-6 to gain on Braves

Phillies rally from 6 down, beat Bucs 12-6 to gain on Braves
By AARON BRACY Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — J.T. Realmuto homered and drove in four, Ronald Torreyes hit a go-ahead, three-run home run in the sixth inning and the Philadelphia Phillies erased a six-run deficit to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 12-6 and pick up ground in the NL East. Didi Gregorius also homered for the Phillies, who have won three straight and seven of nine to get within two games of first-place Atlanta with nine games left. It’s the fourth time this season and third time this month Philadelphia won after trailing by at least six runs.

Pittsburgh Pirates Catcher and Roberto Clemente Award Nominee Names Fill the Stadium as Charity of Choice

Jacob Stallings, Nominated for Prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, Pledges to Donate to Compassion’s ‘Fill the Stadium’ Initiative

PITTSBURGH, PA — Every year, Major League Baseball (MLB) grants the Roberto Clemente Award to the player who “best exemplifies the game of baseball, sportsmanship, community involvement and the individual’s contribution to his team,” as voted on by baseball fans and members of the media. The award is one of the most esteemed awards in MLB. This year, the Pittsburgh Pirates are represented by catcher Jacob Stallings, who has helped numbers of fans throughout the recent pandemic with virtual events as well as his work with the Boys and Girls Club of Manatee County.


Every year, the winner of the award chooses a charity of his choice that will receive a donation, and for Stallings, the choice was clear. Naming Compassion International and its Fill the Stadium (FtS, fillthestadium.cominitiative as his charity, Stallings solidified his dedication to helping children in need. Fill the Stadium is providing essential food, medical care and support to 70,000 children and their families who are in need.


Compassion’s CEO Santiago “Jimmy” Mellado is resolved to achieve Fill the Stadium’s goal of helping 70,000 children in crisis, or enough to fill a stadium. The team has raised over $31 million so far, reaching more than 62,000 kids and their families, but they must “fill the stadium”—and reach all 70,000 kids at grave risk of hunger, or worse.


CEO Mellado explains, “We are committed to caring for 70,000 children who were not sponsored due to the pandemic, which is enough children to fill an average NFL football stadium. At Compassion, we believe the empty stadiums last season were a sobering reminder of those who still need essential food, health care, and support as this crisis continues.”


In the COVID-19 era, “We have all experienced the reality of empty stadiums,” says the Fill the Stadium team. “The average NFL stadium holds 70,000 seats. We need to reach that many kids. This effort desperately needs a caring, prayerful, and thoughtful community to join together in this critical relief.”


Those holding co-leadership roles in this charitable team effort are Alyssa Naeher, a member of the U.S. Olympic Women’s Soccer Team (which won a Bronze Medal in Tokyo); Nick Foles, professional football MVP quarterback; Adam Engel of the Chicago White Sox; Sam Burns, PGA TOUR golfer; Nick Ahmed of the Arizona Diamondbacks; Jordy Nelson, former professional wide receiver; Devin and Jason McCourty, NFL defensive backs; Nate Solder of the New York Giants; Jaccob Slavin of the Carolina Hurricanes; Brock Huard, FOX sports broadcaster and former professional quarterback; and many others. Steve Stenstrom, president of Pro Athletes Outreach, is also playing a lead role in the effort.


To learn more about this effort, visit the Fill the Stadium website, as well as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


Founded in 1952, Compassion International is a Christian child development organization that works to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. Compassion revolutionized the fight against global poverty by working exclusively with the Church to lift children out of spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty. Compassion partners with more than 8,000 churches in 25 countries to deliver its holistic child development program to over 2 million babies, children, and young adults. Its child sponsorship program has been validated through independent, empirical research.


Difo Scores Winning Run in Ninth, Pirates Keep Reds Slumping

Difo scores winning run in ninth, Pirates keep Reds slumping
By WES CROSBY Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Wilmer Difo scored on a groundout from Colin Moran with one out in the ninth inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates handed the Cincinnati Reds a seventh loss in nine games with a 5-4 win. Cincinnati entered half a game back of the St. Louis Cardinals for the second wild card in the National League. It was a half-game up on St. Louis and the San Diego Padres before losing 6-5 to Pittsburgh on Tuesday. Chris Stratton pitched a perfect ninth for the Pirates, striking out the first two batters before getting Jonathan India to ground out.

Reds’ Skid Continues with 6-5 Loss to Bucs

Miley struggles, Reds’ skid continues with 6-5 loss to Bucs
By WES CROSBY Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Wade Miley surrendered six runs on 10 hits and the Cincinnati Reds lost for the sixth time in eight games, 6-5 to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Miley gave up three runs in the first and three more in the fifth before being pulled with one out. The six runs allowed were Miley’s most since the Rockies scored eight off of him May 14. The Reds entered the day half a game ahead of the San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals for the second wild card in the National League.

Cabrera, Grossman power Tigers past Pirates 5-1

Cabrera, Grossman power Tigers past Pirates 5-1
By ALAN SAUNDERS Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Miguel Cabrera and Robbie Grossman each had four hits, and the Detroit Tigers avoided a sweep by beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-1. Cabrera was 4 for 4 with a double and three RBIs. He doubled off the Clemente Wall in right field to score Grossman in the first, singled home Akil Baddoo in the third and bounced one up the middle in the fifth to bring in Jonathan Schoop. Grossman was 4 for 5 and scored three runs. He singled in his first three at-bats and hit a solo home run just inside the right field foul pole in the seventh.

Ben Gamel’s RBI Single Helps Pirates Rally Past Tigers 3-2

Ben Gamel’s RBI single helps Pirates rally past Tigers 3-2
By JOHN PERROTTO Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ben Gamel had a go-ahead two-run single in the sixth inning among his three hits and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Detroit Tigers 3-2. Gamel also made an outstanding catch in left field to end the top of the sixth, slamming into the fence to take away a potential extra-base hit from Derek Hill with two runners on and preventing the Tigers from adding to their 2-1 lead. Miguel Cabera went 3 for 4 with a double for the Tigers, raising his career hits total to 2,967.

Hayes, Tsutsugo rally Pirates to 6-3 win over Tigers

Hayes, Tsutsugo rally Pirates to 6-3 win over Tigers
By JOHN PERROTTO Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ke’Bryan Hayes and Yoshi Tsutsugo each hit a two-run single during Pittsburgh’s four-run seventh inning, and the Pirates beat the Detroit Tigers 6-3 to stop their six-game losing streak. Hayes finished with three hits, and Tsutsugo, Jacob Stallings and Cole Tucker each had two. Kevin Newman hit a two-run homer in the first for Pittsburgh. Niko Goodrum hit a two-run double for Detroit.

CCBC Players of the Game: New Brighton @ Rochester



1460 WMBA’s Mike Azadian and Jason Colangelo had the call of the Western Pa. Gold Star Game from Rochester High School of this WPIAL Class A vs Class 2A Non-Conference high school football game as the Rams battle the Lions.

The CCBC Players of the New Brighton vs. Rochester game were Keandre Williams from New Brighton-  and for Rochester-J.D. Azulay . Both Players excelled in their performance to lead their team.

You can see all of the past CCBC Players of the Game for High School Sports by clicking on the CCBC Logo Below:



Scoring Updates New Brighton @ Rochester 6:30 Friday September 3, 2021 on 1460 WMBA

(Photo from 2019 contest)


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