Since I live in CT now I'm trying to still keep up with high school sports in SEMO. Besides online content, I was wondering if anybody and everybody could provide me with what radio stations broadcast the local teams? I have apps on my iPhone that allow me to listen to pretty much any station in the World, so there's a good chance that I'd be able to tune in. I know already have Kennett's station, so any other school would be greatly appreciated.
Also, besides YHC TV, does anybody else in that area broadcast games online?? Any information like that would be greatly appreciated as well!!
I think Cape Notre Dame does most of their games on 1220 am (KGIR). Don't know about the net
There's archived content available through Mid-America Sports that you can catch up on - both video and audio, depending on the school(s) that you follow. Visit one of these sites:
KDEX 102.3 FM carries Dexter boys games
KLUH 90.3 FM carries Dexter girls games
1400 KSIM carries Sikeston boys games
Don't think anyone else carries video of games except YHC
With the football regular season starting in less than 24 hours, I thought I'd see if everyone could let me know what radio stations will be carrying broadcasts in the area. I know what station Kennett is on (and here's to hoping the online stream is working), but need to know area teams such as Dexter, Malden, NMCC, Hayti, Charleston, Portageville, Sikeston, Cape Central, Caruthersville, etc.
Thanks to all who can provide info and good luck to all SEMO football teams this season! Glad I still have ways to follow, even if I live 20 hours away!
Caruthersville will be on 105.1 KCRV
kfvs12.com will webcast a game per weeek. Tonight will be Sikeston vs Charleston.
I hear 92.9 "The River" Will carry Sikeston Football this season....Heard that on 1400 KSIM on the morning drive today ?
Any confirmation ?
Malden 103.9 The Buzz
Who does cape centrals games
Portageville football (providing they get more sponsors) is broadcast on KMIS (AM 1050)
Here's Caruthersville's link: http://kcrvradio.com/
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