We are getting geared up to start the podcast and I am ready to talk football. First, let me apologize for our lack of a new podcast last week. I was out with the flu and was not able to make the show. Our crew attempted to bring you the show, but due to technical difficuties, it was not possible. I really want to send a shout out to our friend and sports reporter, Pete Marshall of the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin for sticking in there with our crew and having the patience when those technical difficulties took place. Unfortunately, we were unable to get Pete on the air. It wasn’t just bad luck that hit us for the podcast, but also for the Rancho Cucamonga vs. Cajon. Our camera crew was out there and ready to go, but the technical glitches hit us and we were unable to bring you video highlights.

So, this week we are ready to go and just minutes away from talking about high school football! We have Pete Marshall of the Daily Bulletin lined up for our first podcast and then on the second podcast, we have Nick Biaz (head football coah of the Rancho Cucamonga Cougars), Roddy Layton (head football coach of the Diamond Ranch Panthers) and Tim Salter (head football coach of the Upland Highlanders).

Yes, I said two podcasts! We will have two 30-minute shows for you to listen to and I would highly request your comments and feedback to these two shows and of course they will be posted right here on the blog.

I would like to also thank the schools and the administrators, athletic departments and coaching staffs of all the schools we have covered.

Finally, I would like to thank you. All the fans of the website becasue it really has created an awesome high school sports community. Please continue to send us your comments us and we like reading what you have to say.
We hope that you will enjoy the two podcasts and of course the video highlights that we will post this Sunday of the two games we will be covering. Our camera crews will be at Mt. Sac to cover the Charter Oak vs. Diamond Ranch and at Chaffey College for the Upland vs. Rancho Cucamonga game.

Until the next blog, thanks for all of your support and please tell all your family and friends about us!