Thursday, July 21, 2011

High School Football America Radio Show Debuts

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

It is a proud day for everyone at High School Football America with the debut on our new radio show on the Artist First Radio Network.

At 7 PM Eastern Time, I'll host the debut show of High School Football America with five special guests.

Our first guests will be in-charge of kicking-off the show and the season.  I'll be joined by Brad Igou, head football coach at Barrow High School in Barrow, Alaska and his assistant Brian Houston.  Barrow and the entire state of Alaska kick-off the entire 2011 season when practice begins in the 49th State on Tuesday, July 26th.

The Barrow Whalers are the only 11-man high school football team playing above the Arctic Circle.

The six-year old program made national headlines in 2007 when the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars helped the Whalers with the installation of a blue artificial turf.

After our chat in Barrow, we'll head back to the lower 48 to talk with Steve Spiewak, senior national high school football writer for  Steve will be talking about his Preseason National Top 25 Preseason Early Contenders Poll.

We'll then wrap-up with two interviews from the National Select 7-on-7 Championship in Hoover, Alabama.

We'll talk with the event's executive director Brandon Sheppard and West Rowan (Mount Ulla, NC) High School head football coach Scott Young, whose team is one of the team's competing for the championship.

West Rowan is one of 32 teams from 13 different states competing at the event that features five state champs.  The Falcons will enter the 2011 season with the nation's longest active win streak at 46 straight victories.

Click here to listen tonight at 7PM EST.

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