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Craig Orndorff

Craig Orndorff



December means the tip-off of WSVG high school basketball coverage. So mark your calendars for the first high school hoops broadcast of the season on December 16, with Page County Boys at Stonewall Jackson. Craig Orndorff brings you all the action live on-site. So set your phone alarm to tune in every week to 790 AM, The Talk of the Valley web stream and Freedom of Speech Radio Android app for:


Dec 16 Boys, Page Co. at Stonewall, 7:00

Dec 22 Girls, Wilson at Stonewall, 7:00 (tentative)

Jan 3 Boys, Rapp at Central, 7:30

Jan 11 Girls, William Monroe at Central 7:30

Jan 18 Boys, Rapp at Strasburg, 7:30

Jan 24 Boys, Wilson at Stonewall, 7:00

Feb 2 Girls, Strasburg at Central, 7:30

Feb 7 Girls, Luray at Stonewall, 7:00

Win Pair of 6-month Memberships to Anytime Fitness

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Congrats to our winners of 6-month free memberships to Anytime Fitness in Woodstock – Amanda Bulatko and Olivia Schauer.

WSVG and Anytime Fitness in Woodstock want to help you get fit this summer. Anytime Fitness in the Shenandoah Square Shopping Center is giving away another pair of free 6-month memberships this month to listeners of WSVG. Anytime Fitness is the world’s largest 24-hour gym and co-ed fitness center chain. Work out anytime your schedule permits.

Entering is simple. Just fill out the below entry form and stay tuned to WSVG! We will pick winners at random.

Anytime Fitness Membership Giveaway Entry Form:

Your Name:
Phone Number:
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Win Free Tickets to Theatre Shenandoah in Edinburg

8411735_origReady to laugh yourself silly during an extraordinary evening of theater in Edinburg? Then enter our contest for a free pair of tickets to “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged),” a hilarious romp through all of Shakespeare’s greatest hits, his 37 plays ranging from Hamlet to Macbeth!

Coming up this weekend at Theatre Shenandoah — June 5, 6 and 7 — three irreverent local actors rampage through Bill’s incomparable works, including a parody of “Romeo and Juliet,” “Titus Andronicus” portrayed as a cooking show, and “Othello” done as a rap song. Plus the rest of his plays and sonnets.

Curtain time is 7:30 Friday and Saturday nights, plus a 2:30 matinee on Sunday afternoon. Homemade cookies and brownies for sale, too.

It’s the “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” like you’ve never seen them.

Community-based Theatre Shenandoah is located at 107 Center Street, Edinburg. More information at the website here.

Entering is simple. Just fill out the below entry form and stay tuned to WSVG! We will pick winners at random.

Theatre Shenandoah Giveaway Entry Form:

Your Name:
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Show: Fri, Sat or Sun?

Campbell Leads Luray Past Stonewall

Congrats Bulldogs!

Congrats Bulldogs!

In our High School Football Game of the Week, Luray downed Stonewall Jackson 31-8 in Quicksburg. Tyler Campbell led the Bulldogs running for 137 yards, scoring 3 touchdowns, with 2 interceptions on defense. Daniel Buhl led the Generals in the losing effort with 99 yards rushing and a TD.

Both players share Shenandoah Ford Player of the Game Honors.

The Bulldogs now own a 5-4 record. They play next hosting Riverheads for a non-league contest on November 8. The Gladiators enter the contest at 8-1.

With the loss, Stonewall moves to 0-9 on the season. The Generals travel to take on the Page County Panthers in a 2A Conference 35 outing on November 8.

To hear all the action of Luray vs. Stonewall, click here:

Luray v Stonewall Replay Nov 01 – First Half

Luray v Stonewall Replay Nov 01 – Second Half

Next week on WSVG, Central travels to Strasburg. Craig Orndorff is there to call all the action starting November 8 at 7:20p on 790 AM, 1230 AM and using “Listen Live” here on TheTalkoftheValley.com.

Trick or Treat and Win Cash in Woodstock 10/26

Starter Kit Free from WSVG!

Starter Kit Free from WSVG!

Enter to win $150 in cash prizes at the WSVG Halloween Costume Contest this Saturday at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds. The first 100 kids get a free WSVG Trick or Treat Starter Kit with smiling dude toy.


Come see us at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds on Saturday October 26 as part of the Hola Shenandoah Valley Festival from 11a-6p. Tickets are only $5 in advance for adults, kids 12 and under are free. We will be selling advance tickets at Halloween on Court Square in Woodstock on day of the event from 1-2:30p – just look for the witch with the sign! In Strasburg, visit the Prava Cafe at the Strasburg Emporium.


Before or after your trip, stop by downtown Woodstock and Halloween on Court Square 10/26 from 1-2:30p. There’s plenty of action for the kids including a magic show, trick or treating, mask making, petting zoo and more. Admission is free.

Stress Free Dude

Stress Free Dude


Come Celebrate With Us 10/26

It’s the party of the year coming up on Saturday October 26 at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds in Woodstock. The Inaugural Hola Shenandoah Valley Festival kicks off at 11a with opening ceremony. Produced by the Society for Diversity in Leadership, we are seeking volunteers to help with ticketing, parking and general management. Please email jjones@wsvgradio.com if you have some hours to spare.

Last year's winner Jacob!

Last year’s winner Jacob!

WSVG is holding a Halloween costume contest at the Fest, giving away $150 in cash prizes! Every entrant gets their costume picture posted to our Facebook page. $100 for first place and $50 for second place. First and second place winners to be determined by most combined likes/comments/shares on Facebook. Announcement to be made Monday around 6p on Facebook.

Lots more fun at the Fest, too. Including a horse show and pony rides, authentic international food, Mexican folklore dancers and music all day. Hear bluegrass, salsa, mariachi music and more.

Tickets are only 5 bucks in advance. We will be selling advance tickets at Halloween on Court Square in Woodstock on day of the event from 1-2:30p – just look for the witch with the sign! In Strasburg, visit the Prava Cafe at the Strasburg Emporium.

Check out all the details:

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Cataract and Glaucoma Treatment Right Here in the Valley

Ever have problems with cloudy vision or starburst patterns in your visual field? If so, you may need treatment for cataracts. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), most cataracts are due to age-related changes in the lens of your eye.

Now all aspects of cataract care, including surgery, are available right here in our own back yard at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. Dr. Alla Hynes, board certified Opthalmologist from Eye Care Physicians & Surgeons, stopped by our studios to discuss cataracts and the unique options for treatment here in the Valley.

To hear the 3-minute interview, click here: Dr Alla Hynes Interview

Dr. Alla Hynes

Dr. Alla Hynes

While there are no clinically proven approaches to preventing cataracts, AOA recommends simple preventive strategies such as reducing exposure to sunlight through UV-blocking lenses, stopping smoking and increasing antioxidant vitamin intake by eating more leafy green vegetables and nutritional supplements.

Valley Leads in Epilepsy Treatment

Winchester’s Virginia Comprehensive Epilepsy Program recently received a Level 4 designation from the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC). The program is one of only three in the state to receive the designation.

Dr. Craig Henry from Winchester Neurological Consultants recently discussed the program and the importance of immediate treatment for those displaying any signs of epilepsy and seizures.

To hear the 3-minute interview, click here: Dr Craig Henry Interview.

According to the Epilepsy Foundation, 1 in 26 people in the US will develop epilepsy at some point in their lifetime.

Dr. Craig Henry

Dr. Craig Henry

Another Big HS Football Season On Tap

Craig Orndorff

Craig Orndorff

Are you ready for some football? We here at WSVG are excited about our most comprehensive football coverage ever, making WSVG the Valley’s unquestioned leader in live football coverage. So mark your calendars for the first high school football broadcast of the season on August 30, with Strasburg at Stonewall Jackson. Craig Orndorff brings you the best match-up of the week every Friday night, with replay Saturday. So set your phone alarm to tune in every week to 790/1230 AM, The Talk of the Valley web stream and Freedom of Speech Radio Android app for:

Aug 30 Strasburg at Stonewall Jackson
Sept 6 Stonewall Jackson at Central
Sept 13 Clarke County at Stonewall Jackson
Sept 20 Spotswood at Central
Sept 27 Clarke County at Strasburg
Oct 11 George Mason at Strasburg
Oct 18 Buffalo Gap at Stonewall Jackson
Oct 25 Warren County at Central
Nov 1 Luray at Stonewall Jackson
Nov 8 Central at Strasburg
Nov 15 Playoffs – TBA

Then, keep it locked on 790 AM and 1230 AM for Virginia Cavaliers football on Saturdays, NFL triple-headers every Sunday and Monday Night Football all season long. WSVG is Where Shenandoah Valley Goes for the most live football coverage.

Get in Summer Shape at SMH

Deborah Inaba

Deborah Inaba

Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Deborah Kilgore Inaba, exercise physiologist at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital, stopped by WSVG to talk about new exercise courses available for all at the hospital. There are classes for all levels of fitness, and supervision by trained hospital professionals.

To hear a 3-minute segment of the interview, click here: Deborah Inaba Fitness Class Interview.

For more detail on each of the classes going on at SMH, visit the Group Exercises Page. Or, call Deborah Inaba at SMH Fitness Services at 540.459.1164.