Fort Wayne (August 2, 2016) - Redeemer Radio Sports 106.3 FM announces its 2016 High School varsity football schedule. They will showcase the best games from the SAC conference with their Game of the Week, including Battle of the Bishops with 3A Bishop Luers hosting the state 4A Champions, Bishop Dwenger, on September 30.
The 2016 schedule is the network’s 10th consecutive season in the Fort Wayne market. The Game of the Week will showcase either Bishop Dwenger or Bishop Luers. Sean McBride brings back his broadcast crew of Joe Wharton, Mark Watts, Dave Egts & Nick Gray for Friday night High School football action.
Tailgate Talk, the network’s pre-game show, returns for a 6th season with McBride, Wharton, Watts and Casey O’Boyle with Northeast Indiana Gamenight. Tailgate Talk airs during regular season, through the first week of sectionals, at 6 PM prior to the Game of the Week broadcast. Tailgate Talk features coach and player interviews, and an in-depth look at all the SAC and NHC matchups of the evening.
"This promises to be an outstanding football season here in Northeast Indiana, and we are once again honored to be able to bring our listeners the games.” McBride reflected on the upcoming season, “We have two defending state champions in the SAC this year, and the returning talent pool is as deep as it has ever been. We're all very excited to begin the season!"
Redeemer Radio’s coverage of the entire 2016 High School football schedule will be heard on WRDF 106.3 FM NE Indiana and will be available to stream live via Redeemer Radio’s website.
Highlights of 2016 schedule include:
Aug. 19 Bishop Luers vs. Carroll 6:55 PM
Aug. 26 Bishop Dwenger vs. North Side 6:55 PM
Sep. 2 Bishop Luers vs. Homestead 6:55 PM
Sep. 9 Bishop Dwenger vs. Homestead 6:55 PM
Sep. 30 Bishop Dwenger vs. Bishop Luers 6:55 PM
Oct. 7 Bishop Dwenger vs. Snider 6:55 PM
Oct. 14 Bishop Luers vs. Snider 6:55 PM
All other Redeemer Radio Sports 106.3 FM Game of the Week will be announced six-to-12 days prior to broadcast date. PDF of Press Release >