112 live events we brought Ram fans in the 2022-’23 sports season. From Week One on August 19 when the Rams kicked off the 22 season over at Liberty Center against the Tigers. Up to the final out in the Lady Rams Regional Final game vs. the Johnstown Johnnies on May 24, we were able to bring you 96 Live events this school year.
Our final live events total below:
*Girls basketball 21
*Boys basketball 24
I can’t express enough thanks to all the area athletic directors for all their assistance, everyone from Coach Buti at Defiance, to Tyler Arend at Paulding, to Andrew Screptock at Springfield to our own Coach Rutter, thank you all.
Thanks Coach Rutter for everything over the years, enjoy your retirement! Don’t be a stranger in the upcoming season.
I also owe a big thank you to the below behind-the-scenes people: There is a lot of work that goes unnoticed to be able to broadcast each live event.
**Logan Bailey, who again assisted with football. Great work, thank you, Logan!
Give Logan a follow on his growing social media sites, he does a great job supporting the area athletes.
**Lady Rams softball coach Tony Fairchild for assisting with color commentary on football & girls basketball this season. Thanks, coach! What a great spring for you and the girls!
**Dr. AJ Fairchild for assisting in the 2022-’23 seasons. Everything from football commentary, football graphics, & softball commentary, Dr. AJ covered all the bases again this season.
Thank you AJ! Even Dr. Kayla assisted running the camera in Lima this past football season, thanks, Dr. Kayla!
Give AJ a follow on his business page. https://www.facebook.com/FairchildFamilyChiro
We welcomed two individuals aboard in the ’22-’23 season.
**Michael Sebring came aboard in the 2022 season to overtake the volleyball broadcast. Michael opened up a whole new world for those who tuned in this past season.
Michael also joined me in doing boys basketball for the ’22-’23 season. Michael added great insight and many stories to elevate or hoops coverage this past season. Thanks, Michael.
And finally, Kayleigh Runk came aboard for the 2023 softball season. Kayleigh volunteered, probably not knowing what she was getting into, LOL, but did a great job for being the first time behind the mic.
**Michael Hirn for voicing our commercials, nothing but the best, thank you!
Of course, none of this was possible without the below sponsors. Every single one of these individuals below made it possible to bring all 110+ live events back to you. I’ve said it over & over, please thank each of these businesses if you drop by and visit.
Our sponsor list is below:
Sines Excavating – Pre-game (Josh & Brad Sines)
🚗 Batt & Stevens – video coverage (Jeff Batt)
The Drop Zone Pizzeria – In game scoreboard (Liz & Harold Scott)
Higbea Embroidery – Player of the game award (Connie Higbea)
Bidlack Insurance & Financial Services – Post-game (Tim Bidlack)
Fired Stone Tavern (Chef Aaron Weible)
BSN Sports – (Jim Gares, local rep.)
Weber Bookkeeping Solutions (Jenny Weber)
Maumee Valley Title Agency (Savanna Weber)
Weaner, Hill, Weber, and Stanley Law firm (Ian Weber & crew)
Cut & Polished Hair & Nail Salon (Jenny Bidlack)
Wooden Indian Pawn (Char Williams)
Okolona Tavern (Julie & Brad Wilkerson)
🏋️♀️Optimal Performance Fitness – Jake Rubio
If you are interested in a 2023-’24 sponsorship, please drop us a line:
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With all that being said, we will see everyone back live on August 18, 2023, from Justin F. Coressel Field at Tinora High School as the Rams start the 2023 football season vs. the Liberty Center Tigers.
Again, thanks for all the support in this 2022-‘23 High School sports season.
-Keith and the crew of Logan, AJ, Tony, Michael & Kayleigh.
Higbea Embroidery Player of the Game Award:
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Thanks for your support.
(Not associated with Tinora High School)