High School Game Night
MetroNews’ “High School Game Night” is the network’s most popular program and for good reason. Every Friday night during the football season, Fred Persinger and Dave Jecklin provide fans with continuous score updates, interviews, and analysis of the evening’s action. The program begins each Friday night at 9:30 and runs until midnight.With almost 60 games each week, MetroNews score tabulators work behind the scenes with play-by-play crews and correspondents to make sure every score and important stat is available for our radio listeners and website viewers.Join the growing legion of fans who have made “Game Night” a “must listen” every football Friday in the Mountain State.
Listen live on 104.7FM Every Friday Night between 9:30PM and Midnight, or stream previous episodes Here
Statewide Sportsline with Tony Caridi
Thousands of West Virginians enjoy their dinner or drive home with Tony Caridi and crew on the MetroNews Statewide Sportsline. The program’s goal is quite simple: To inform and entertain sports fans wanting their daily fix of Mountain State sports news. Mountaineer fans are guaranteed their doctor recommended daily dosage of news from the land of Gold and Blue. The Sportsline is one of the charter programs of MetroNews and continues to be one of the most popular among affiliate stations and listeners. On Sunday evenings the Sportsline expands to two hours with hosts Travis Jones and Greg Hunter.
Listen to the Sportsline on 104.7FM Monday-Friday 6:05pm-7:00pm, or stream previous episodes Here
West Virginia Outdoors
Every Saturday morning Chris Lawrence talks to the hunting and fishing populace of West Virginia (over half of the state households contain at least one license) and any listener who is even remotely interested in the state’s ecology. Like any good outdoorsman, Chris knows first hand where the best hunting and fishing places are, but he also knows what makes them best at any given time. Considerable research and consultation with guest experts make this program useful for sportsmen, and informative for stay-at-homes.
Listen to The West Virginia Outdoors Show on 104.7FM every Saturday Morning at 7:00AM, or stream previous episodes Here