High School Hoops on WSVG
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
Are You Ready for Some Football?
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:
Aug 26 — Stonewall Jackson at Strasburg, 7:20
Sept 2 — Central at Stonewall Jackson, 6:50
Sept 9 — Stonewall Jackson at Parry McCluer, 6:50
Sept 16 — James Wood at Strasburg, 7:20
Sept 23 — Page County at Stonewall Jackson, 6:50
Sept 30 — Central at Warren County, 6:50
Oct 7 — Madison County at Central, 7:20
Oct 14 — Riverside at Central, 7:20
Oct 21 — Madison County at Strasburg, 7:20
Oct 28 — Strasburg at Central, 7:20
Nov 4 — William Monroe at Strasburg, 7:20
Then, keep it locked on 790 AM for NFL double-headers every Sunday. WSVG is Where Shenandoah Valley Goes for the most live football coverage.
Big Football Season Kicks Off
Aug 29 — Stonewall Jackson at Strasburg
Sept 5 — Central at Stonewall Jackson
Sept 19 — James Wood at Strasburg
Sept 26 — Stuarts Draft at Stonewall Jackson
Oct 3 — Manassas Park at Central
Oct 10 — East Rockingham at Stonewall Jackson
Oct 17 — Clarke County at Central
Oct 24 — Riverheads at Stonewall Jackson
Oct 31 — Warren County at Strasburg
Nov 7 — Strasburg at Central
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.
Central Sweeps Hoops Doubleheader
The Central girls defeated Stonewall 52-24. Shenandoah Ford Players of the Game were Katelyn Poston, leading the Falcons with 20 points and Emily Jordan, pacing the Generals with 8 points.
The Central boys rallied for a 48-44 win over Stonewall. Ricky Neff scored all 19 of his points in the second half, including the go-ahead basket. Neff earns Shenandoah Ford Player of the Game honors for Central along with Stonewall’s Colton Harlow, leading all scorers with 23.
High School Hoops on WSVG
Dec 4 Boys Strasburg at Stonewall, 7:00
Dec 12 Boys George Mason at Central, 7:45
Dec 16 Girls Strasburg at Stonewall, 7:00
Dec 28 Doubleheader – Boys & Girls Stonewall at Central, 6:00
Jan 3 Girls Central at Strasburg, 7:45
Jan 7 Boys Clarke at Strasburg, 7:45
Jan 17 Boys Page Co. at Stonewall, 7:00
Jan 23 Girls Warren Co. at Strasburg, 7:45
Jan 30 Girls Clarke Co. at Central, 7:45
Feb 5 Boys Central at Strasburg, 7:45
Feb 11 Girls Page Co. at Stonewall, 7:45
Loudoun Valley Too Much for Central
Central High School: Kolton Poston 52 yards receiving, 11 tackles, blocked kick
Loudoun Valley High School: Brandon Grayson 148 yards rushing with 2 TDs
Listen to the game again here:
Loudoun Valley (11-2) hosts Northside (12-1) in next week’s regional final. Congrats to Central (10-3) on a second straight quarterfinals appearance and another impressive season.
Bauserman, Central Defense Step Up
Turnovers made a big difference in the game, with Central forcing two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. On offense, Daniel Molina ran for 114 yards and Hayden Bauserman threw for 169 yards.
Shenandoah Ford Player of the Game is Justin Bauserman, with 6 receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown rushing, with eight tackles and an interception on defense.
Listen to the game again here:
Central heads to Purcellville next weekend for the Virginia State 3A Quarterfinals against Loudon Valley. You can hear all the action on 790 AM and right here on TheTalkoftheValley.com using the “Listen Live” button.
Bauserman Leads Central in HS Playoffs
Congratulations to Shenandoah Ford Player of the Game Hayden Bauserman, who was 14-23 passing for 351 yards and 5 TDs.
Listen the full game broadcast here:
Central hosts Poquoson next week in Woodstock in the second round. WSVG will be there to bring you all the action.
Molina Runs Over Rams
Daniel Molina ran for 4 touchdowns to lead Central past Strasburg 35-21 in the High School Football Game of the Week on WSVG. Hayden Bauserman added a touchdown pass in the Falcons’ winning effort. Strasburg’s Ryan Smoot scored two touchdowns on 115 yards receiving for the Rams.
Shenandoah Ford Players of the Game: Central’s Daniel Molina with 173 rushing and 4 TDs and Strasburg’s Ryan Smoot 115 receiving and 2 TDs on offense, with 10 tackles and a sack defensively.
Listen to the game replay here:
Central hosts Thomas Jefferson in a first round playoff game Saturday at 2p. Set your phone alarm now to hear live coverage Saturday starting at 1:50 and full replay Sunday at 6a on WSVG and TheTalkoftheValley.com.
Bauserman Breaks Central HS Passing Record
Congrats to the Central Falcons football team, knocking off the visiting Warren County Wildcats 47-20 Friday night in Woodstock.
Shenandoah Ford Player of Game is Central’s Hayden Bauserman with 350 yards passing and 5 touchdowns, breaking his own school record for touchdowns in a single season, now 25.
Catch all the action of this record-breaking performance on the High School Football Replay here:
The Falcons (6-2) prepare for their next contest versus Madison County.
The Wildcats now hold a 5-3 record. They host Strasburg for a non-league game on Friday, November 1.