Chris Vogt, the founder and editor of the Butler County High School Sports Report, is our special guest for Episode 175! We talk about the thirteen high schools in the county, Chris's experience, the coronavirus and the Fall Sports season, and of course more local sports!
How can one podcaster talk about improving a sports community just off a Twitter conversation? Lee found a way! As well as a nice round of Mowen's Mailbag and a recap of Reds, FC Cincinnati, and the Columbus Crew updates, it's another episode talking LOCAL Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio sports!
Trace Fowler, the creator of Chatterbox Sports, is our special guest for Episode 173! We're talking about the birth of Chatterbox Sports, the future plans, the schools covered, and of course local sports!
The #LocalCinDaySports Podcast hits a big milestone! Celebrating three years of LOCAL sports, Lee answers the Mailbag, talks about the name changes in sports, and local happenings as the major leagues resume action.
(This is an archive from the 12 OZ Sports stream, with the second ad break edited out.)
Simon Read, the creator of New Star Games, Ltd. and Retro Bowl, is our special guest for Episode 171. During the interview, we talk about the game available on Google Play, the App Store, and online, some of the other offerings, future updates, and more! Lee reviews Retro Bowl and shares his opinions on the game before the interview.
Dominic Gussler, known in the Roller Derby circuit as The Big Ragu, is our special guest for Episode 170! We're talking about the Gem City Roller Derby, local sports, Dominic's announcing career and where he got the nickname, and more on the latest edition!
Sallie Taylor, the co-host of Living Dayton on WDTN, is our special guest for Episode 169! We're talking local hockey, Sallie's broadcasting career, the coronavirus, sports possibly returning, and more!
Ben Oburn, the Public Address Announcer of the Dayton Dragons, is our special guest for Episode 168! We talk the Dayton Dragons and what makes them stand out from other teams, announcing life, the quarantine, what he expects for the 2021 season, and more!
Jim Brown, one of the first Assistant Coaches in Wright State Basketball history and current color commentator for Raiders Basketball, is our special guest for Episode 167! We talk about building the program up at Wright State, his time at Northmont High School, local sports, and more on this edition!
Kevin O'Boyle, the Managing Editor of the Brookville Star and Sports Broadcaster, is our special guest for Episode 166! We talk about Kevin's decorated career in broadcasting and writing, the changes happening in the western Montgomery County sports scene, the Dayton Dragons, and more on this edition!
Jim Dabbelt returns to the podcast as the special guest for Episode 165! We're talking about his book, due to be released in March 2021. We also talk about the conference changes happening in Southwest Ohio.
Chris Tilton, a freelance sports writer with The Daily Advocate and formerly with Twin Valley Publications, is our special guest for Episode 164! We're talking Preble County and area sports, the upcoming changes to two leagues in the county, and more!
Matt Sexton, Play-by-play Voice of NKU Athletics, freelance writer with the Wilmington News Journal, and Girls Tennis Head Coach at Blanchester High School, is our special guest! We're talking loads of local sports and more on Episode 163!
Stuart Mason, owner of MegaSportsNews.com and 42-year radio veteran, is our special guest for Episode 162. We're talking about a decorated career, local sports, the birth of the website, and more on this edition!
Jeremy Lance, Commissioner of Gotham Soccer, Soccer Play-by-Play Broadcaster, half of "Wrong Side of the Pond", and Sideline Reporter for High School Football on WMOH, is our special guest on Episode 160. We're talking local sports, soccer, the Cincinnati Saints and Dayton Dynamo, and more!
David Jablonski, the Dayton Flyers Beat Writer/Photographer and Sports Writer for Wittenberg Tigers, Cincinnati Reds, and Ohio State Buckeyes for the Dayton Daily News, is our special guest. We're talking local sports, Dayton's special season, David's career, and more on Episode 159!
Mike Hartsock, longtime Sports Anchor on WHIO TV Channel 7, is our special guest for Episode 157! We're talking local sports and a career that stretches over four decades! You'll definitely want to Stay Right There!
For the first time on the podcast, our special guest is outside the Cincinnati-Dayton region. Our special guest is Derryl Trujillo of Inland Sports Show from Menifee, California. We talk journalism, the differences in sports between Ohio and California, and more on Episode 151!
On Episode 148, Chick Ludwig, sports talk host for iHeartRadio Cincinnati and former Bengals beat writer for the Dayton Daily News, joins the podcast to talk Bengals, Cincinnati, the Coronavirus, and more!
On Episode 146, Lee recaps the 2020 NFL Draft picks for the Cincinnati Bengals. Before the main event, there's been more cancellations in local sports. Find out more by listening to the LOCAL sports podcast.
On Episode 144, Larry Hansgen (The Voice of the Dayton Flyers and Miami Valley's Morning News on WHIO Radio) joins the podcast to talk about his career, the University of Dayton, and the coronavirus wiping away a special season.
Thanks to the folks at OhioHockeyDigest.com, High School Hockey teams were treated to a different kind of battle! Before the tournament wrap-up, Lee also covers some bad news to wash through the Cincinnati-Dayton region.
On Episode 142, Chris Collins (Broadcasting Voice of the Wright State University Raiders and Miami Valley's News Team on WHIO) joins the podcast to talk about his career, the Raiders, local sports, and the dreaded coronavirus outbreak.
With a world pandemic grinding sports to a halt, most coverage has slowed down. The podcast continues covering #LocalCinDaySports! Lee talks about the moves made by the Cincinnati Bengals and a new coach for the Centerville Elks Hockey team.
College Basketball is racing to the Big Dance and College Baseball & Softball has sprung back to the area! Find out which teams are ready for dancing and how the coronavirus is hitting in the Cincinnati-Dayton area. All colleges are covered on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
College Basketball is making big splashes in the Cincinnati-Dayton region, and Lee covers EVERY college in the area! Plus, a wrap-up on the hockey season and other interesting sports news from your source of #LocalCinDaySports!
One final weekend of hockey is upon us in the Miami Valley! After the return of Mowen's Mailbag, Lee covers the various hockey tournaments in the area. Closing out the episode, what will the 2020 Dragons possibly look like? It's on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
The OHSAA Hockey Playoffs kick off today (Friday the 21st!) and Lee covers the entire Columbus District bracket. Plus, find out how the conference tournaments went and what this weekend brings for this busy broadcaster: The 2020 Buckeye Year End Tournament! It's still hockey season!
There's a rumor going around mentioning a possible hockey team returning to the Miami Valley, but should you expect this to pan out? Lee talks about the rumor, plus the upcoming Blue Jackets Cup and Boys Basketball playoffs, plus High School Wrestling updates on Episode 135!
We have brackets in Ohio! The Girls High School Basketball brackets have been released, and Lee covers all the local schools! After that and the start of the 2020 Dayton Flight season, the One-Minute Dashes boost through College Hoops and Hockey.
Seth Keim and Tony Peters of Southwest Ohio Full Court Press return to the podcast to cover the halfway point of the 2019-20 H.S. Boys Basketball season! Also covered on this long episode, we talk about things happening in the Cin-Day sports scene!
The upcoming 2020 MLK Weekend promises to bring a lot of sporting action to the Cincinnati and Dayton region, and Lee covers the events happening in the area! In the One-Minute Dashes, catch up on LOCAL College Basketball, upcoming schedules for the Dayton Flight and two local roller derby squads, a charity event held by the Cincinnati Dockers, the birth of the OVPL, and more!
On the first episode of the new year, Lee covers several topics with the return of the One-Minute Dash. Afterwards, Lee covers the 49th Greater Miami Valley Wrestling Association's Holiday Tournament.
Covered in the One-Minute Dashes today:
-Wright State, Dayton, Miami, Cincinnati, Xavier, and Northern Kentucky Basketball
-Cincinnati and Miami Football Bowl results
-Sam Wyche's passing
-Bengals finishing up 2019 with a win
-My thoughts on the upcoming draft
-End of the year awards for the Bengals
-Capital Hockey Conference/SWOHSHL/Tri-State Hockey Standings
-Miami Hockey Update
-New Managers for the Dayton Dragons
-New signings for the Cincinnati Reds
-New venue opening in West Carrollton
-Wright State to the Missouri Valley?
On this special Saturday edition of the podcast, Lee covers the five Cincinnati-Dayton area teams that recently competed for a football State Title. Plus, Lee catches you up on the Cincinnati Bengals and four local colleges dancing in the College Volleyball Playoffs. It's the Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast!
Who are the local teams playing for a State Title football game this weekend? How are the local College Basketball teams doing? What new gig is Lee excited to share with you? It's Episode 126 of The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast!
Happy Thanksgiving! In this shortened version of the podcast, Lee answers a question in Mowen's Mailbag. Afterwards, find out which local teams are playing for a spot in the State Finals next week and learn about the start of the 2019-2020 High School Hockey season. Gobble gobble!
Seth Keim and Tony Peters of the Southwest Ohio Full Court Podcast join Lee to preview the upcoming basketball season in the Cincinnati-Dayton region. Also on Episode 124, we have a jam-packed Mowen's Mailbag and scores of Week 12 of OHSAA Football Playoffs.
Listen to Seth and Tony's podcast by visiting their website! You can read Tony's work with Prep Hoops here.
- 26:08 is the start of the preview with Tony and Seth.
High School Football playoffs have begun! Follow your team as Lee covers the entire Cincinnati-Dayton region with Week Eleven scores and Week Twelve match-ups. Along with the crushing Bengals home loss to Baltimore, find out what the local college football teams did around the area and what local high schools brought home a state title. It's all here on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
Please nominate this podcast for the "Best of Dayton 2019 by Dayton.com" by voting here.
We're heading into High School Football playoff season! In the first part of the episode, catch the Week Ten final scores! For the second half, find out which Cincinnati and Dayton area teams are playing in Week Eleven! To cap off Episode 122, there's also some ideas floating around to change how playoffs are done for football.
With the Bengals making a change at Quarterback and Cincinnati Christian shutting its doors down after the Fall, it's a time of turmoil for some. Along with the two news breaks, hear about the Battle of Wembley Stadium and Week Nine Football scores on the latest edition of the podcast!
A major proposal from MLB will drastically change the landscape of Minor League Baseball. How will the Cincinnati and Dayton area be affected? Also, Week Eight scores of local High School Football, a possible NWSL team in Cincinnati, and the start of the NBA season!
As Ohio heads into Week Eight in High School Football, find out who's chasing the playoff spots in Southwest Ohio and Wayne County, Indiana. Along with all the football talk, the Cincinnati Cyclones have begun their 2019-2020 season, the Reds have picked up a left-handed pitcher, and the Frontier League makes a big splash for next season.
A levy is on the ballot which could decimate two high school athletic programs. Will it end the end of one of Cincinnati's best football teams? Find out if the Bengals picked up their first win of the season, what the Blue Jackets have done to start off the year, and the results of the regular season finale for the two Ohio MLS teams.
While the podcast's name has changed, the material hasn't! The Florence Freedom are looking to make a name change, two basketball teams are calling Dayton home, the Reds are shuffling some changes of their own, and the Bengals fall to 0-4 with some fans jumping ship.
On Episode 116, the host announces a possible name change to the podcast. After the announcement, get Week Four scores and a recap on the Bengals' loss in Buffalo, along with the closing of the 2019 season and one important broadcaster's career in Cincinnati.
From the Bengals' Week Two loss at home, the tough loss in the deciding game in the Frontier League Championship, the Reds being ousted in the Playoff chase, and to the exciting weekend of Wright State Athletics, it's been a dandy, yet interesting week of sports in the area.
How did the Cincinnati Bengals do in their first game of the season? Along with updates to the Frontier League Championship and Week Two scores, it's here on Episode 114 of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
High School Football is back in Southwest Ohio! Find out which games you can catch for Week One! Also, the playoff races continues for the area baseball teams and there's a victor in the Hell is Real Derby. It's the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
A shorter episode of the #LocalCinDaySports awaits! Find out how the baseball teams are fairing in their playoff races, as well as Lee's thoughts on "National Radio Day" and the upcoming college year beginning again.
We are #DaytonStrong. This episode is dedicated to the nine victims and the fine folks who dealt with the tragic events. In this shortened edition, Lee talks about the new Horizon League team coming next year and the trades made by the Cincinnati Reds. It's here on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
A big trade is in for the Cincinnati Reds! Find out who is involved and what the 2019 season means in the Queen City! Also, find out how the Dayton Dragons are fairing, who's on the MLS All-Star squad, who's the champion of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League, and what's up with the Bengals visiting Dayton! It's all part of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Ed Chamness of Central State University. On this edition, Lee honors someone who's helped him out, as well as bring positive stories to the fans' attention in the #LocalCinDaySports scene. You'll hear about two athletes from Trotwood and the plans to give back to their city. You'll also hear about the new owners of a local baseball team and a new field in the birthplace of the NFL. If it's happening in Cincinnati or Dayton, it's on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
It's the second birthday of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! Celebrate with Lee as local sports are covered, along with a great experience at a fill-in gig, and favorite parts about the podcast are shared!
It was the All-Star Game for the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League and almost that time for the Prospect League, with the IL (injured list) Train running through Dayton and Cincinnati, and soccer continues to turn the heat up for the 105th edition of the #LocalCinDaySports Podcast with Lee W. Mowen!
On a re-created version of Episode 104 of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, Lee gives thanks to the local media and the people that do great jobs in the community. There's also a large block of this episode dedicated to bringing you local updates of the local teams!
The warmth has washed over the Cincinnati-Dayton region, but there's plenty of ways to stay cool with #LocalCinDaySports! Find out how the local baseball teams are fairing in the area and who's got the best chances to make the playoffs! Also, don't forget about Mowen's Mailbag!
A couple of new projects have sprung up in the Cin-Day area, and one of them have already brought in a very prestigious tournament. Just what and where are these new sporting facilities? That, plus an update on #LocalCinDaySports, is your 102 episode!
In the newest episode of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, meet the two new conferences gracing the high school scene in a few years. Also, follow along with the six Division One Baseball teams in their respective College Baseball Tournaments.
The name has been chosen for the newest segment and a big thank you goes out to all the voters! On the 97th edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, we're talking Baseball as Wright State clinches their third Horizon League Regular Season title for the third time in four years. Plus with Dayton's resurgence, Sinclair's strong season, and the Reds taking the series from the first place Cubs, it's good to be a fan of Cin-Day Sports!
From hockey playoffs, to soccer and baseball updates, it's all covered on a whirlwind on Episode 96! The Cincinnati Cyclones and Columbus Blue Jackets seasons are over, a firing and some trades are happening in our MLS teams, one local golf team wins a title, two baseball teams are battling, and College Baseball winds down. Also, the Mailbag debuts on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
The 2019 NFL Draft has come and went, as the Bengals load up for the upcoming season. Find out who will don the tiger stripes for Cincinnati! Also get the latest scoop on #LocalCinDaySports, with Dragons, Reds, FC Cincinnati, Crew, and College Baseball tidbits!
What's the perfect venue to bring more sports teams to Dayton? With the help from fans of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast and the host, you'll hear the perfect measurements to bring sports back to the Gem City! Also, you can find out about the new communities that this podcast is now a part of!
From a recent article written by Brian Reiss, Episode 93 looks into why Dayton, Ohio is so short on teams compared to the last decade. Also, a quick update on the Coaching Shuffle affecting Cincinnati and NKU and the local teams through another week. It's the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
Baseball is back! Along with the college and high school ranks, find out how the Reds and Dragons started! Then, we'll take a short detour with ECHL and NHL playoffs and the unveiling of the Columbus Destroyers jerseys. Plus, find out how you can buy gear to support this podcast! It's the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
Do you like April Fools' Day? If you don't like being a fool, listen in to the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! On tap, find out how the Cincinnati Cyclones are doing in the chase for the Kelly Cup, your local Collegiate Baseball and Softball teams continue to battle, updates on the two Ohio MLS teams, a roster unveiling for the local minor league team, and much more!
The Dancing must go on in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio! Find out which local teams are still dancing, as well as who won the State crowns for Boys Basketball. Next we'll take the party outside for College Baseball and Softball's first conference weekends, a look at the current MLS seasons, and celebrate two National Championships in the area! It's the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
It's Playoff Time for Hoops! Find out which local teams are dancing in March! Also, find out who's lifting State Titles for High School Girls Basketball and who's in the Final Four for Boys Basketball. It's a SLAM DUNK when you listen to the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
A little drama involving conferences emerges on Episode 88, as Preble Shawnee is leaving the SWBL after 35 years. Also on this episode, Wright State will play for TWO championships, what school took home the state title for Ice Hockey (plus Senior All-Star Game results), District Winners for Boys Basketball, State Semifinal teams for Girls Basketball, with High School and College Baseball in the mix. Lastly, what drama has popped up with the latest FC Cincinnati news? It's all on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
On Episode 87, find out what titles were picked up by the Wright State Raiders, who shined at the Post Ohio District Tournament and who's representing Cin-Day in the 2019 Senior All-Star Game, who's still in the local Basketball playoffs, the first signing for the Columbus Destroyers, and a recap on the first MLS Weekend for the Crew and FC Cincinnati. If it's happening, it's on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
On this edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, who won championships in the 2019 Buckeye Year End Tournament? Which school is leading their conference in both Men's and Women's Basketball? The OHSAA Ice Hockey playoffs continue, there's a new hockey tournament in town, Lee's first call of OHSAA Basketball playoffs, and where can you hear FC Cincinnati on radio? It's all here on Episode 86!
Another break means another comeback for the Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast! In this edition: How did NKU Week go at Wright State? High School Hockey is skating hard to the finish line, College Baseball has begun, a few signings in Cincinnati, the Regular Season champs for all the local conferences, and a new team in Columbus that has this podcaster excited! It's the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
On this special edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, Lee dives in to the 2019 Columbus District bracket for Ice Hockey, previewing all the teams and matches available in Central Ohio. Plus, Lee gives you an update on the area's ECHL team, the Cincinnati Cyclones.
A big heap of #LocalCinDaySports! From College Basketball, to upcoming soccer (FC Cincinnati, Dayton and Cincinnati Dutch Lions), baseball (Reds, Dragons, and college), Gem City Roller Girls, and high school hockey tournaments, it's covered as we enjoy a brief, warm stretch of weather in Southwest Ohio.
Jaime Antelo, the Head Coach of the Northern Kentucky Norse Varsity Hockey team, joins Lee on Episode 79 to talk the good word about Norse Hockey, local sports, and the upcoming MLK Tournament in Centerville! Also, an addendum as Marty Brennaman has announced his retirement after the 2019 campaign.
Lee is back with another edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, talking about the possible new Head Coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, Wright State vs. Northern Kentucky week, the first game for the upcoming Backyard Blitz, the Dayton Flyers' week, and more!
Closing out 2018 in style is easy on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! Covered this week: The 2018 GMVWA Holiday Tournament, the 2018 Miami Valley Freeze Tournament, the last game of the regular season for the Cincinnati Bengals, and much more in Episode 76!
Happy 75 episodes of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! In this edition, Lee covers the Bengals being knocked out of the playoff race, the LOCAL College Basketball teams, High School Hockey and a local Wrestling tourney, the latest in the Trotwood-Madison saga, some updates on the Columbus Crew SC and FC Cincinnati, and what’s coming up for this podcaster. It’s a jam-packed 75th edition of the podcast!
A quick recap of local sports gets the #LocalCinDaySports podcast back on track! Lee recaps the State Finals for Football, two Daytonians representing the United States, and a few more quick updates after a week of recovering from the flu.
Every college in the Cincinnati and Dayton area has hoops! In this special edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, Lee covers ALL the schools and tells you a little bit about each one. No travelling required here!
It's the Opening Week of Football Playoffs in Ohio, Sectional Champions are being crowned for Indiana High School Football, there's chances to win State Titles in Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, and Volleyball, and one big trophy for College Soccer awaits in Dayton. It's Episode 69 of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast with Lee W. Mowen!
West Carrollton is bringing the wrecking ball to the party (a.k.a. the abandoned Carrollton Plaza), but that's not the only project happening in the city. Lee gives you the updates on TWO projects in West Carrollton, plus Week Ten scores and playoff teams to boot.
Local football scores, District Semi-Final brackets for Soccer and Volleyball, #SaveTheCrew, FC Cincinnati, and ringing in the 63rd manager of the Reds. Sounds like another week of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast with Lee W. Mowen.
Tom Nichols, the Voice and Media Relations Director of the Dayton Dragons, sits down with Lee to talk about his broadcasting career and the 2018 season at Fifth Third Field.
The interview begins at 19:50.
John Beaulieu, known to most as the B-Man, of WTUE and Dayton Hockey fame joins Lee on Episode 62 of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! Also, get the local scores from the week's high school, college, and professional football teams!
The interview begins at 19:15 of the episode.
Doug Gray, Jr. of RedsMinorLeagues.com guests on the latest edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast to talk favorite prospects, what it's like covering a farm system from Rookie to AAA, and more (interview begins at 18:25.) Plus, Lee runs down all the high school, college, and pro football scores from the week affecting the Cincinnati and Dayton area!
In the ESPN 1410 AM studios, Justin Kinner and Mark Schlemmer talk about their show and station on the 59th edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! Also in this weekly edition, Lee gives you the Week One High School Football scores from the Cincinnati and Dayton areas!
eSports (the e stands for electronic) are pretty big in the world, but will they make it to the #LocalCinDaySports scene? After talking about eSports, Lee then gives you updates on local sports in the newest edition of the podcast!
A new marketing event has the social media world stirred up and Lee hopes it doesn’t make it to the #LocalCinDaySports market. Get all of your avocado toast and selfie jokes out of the way, because here comes “Millennial Night!” Also, find out how the teams of summer are faring in the Cin-Day area.
Two teams in their respective big dances for baseball go west for the show, and Lee keeps you on the trail of #LocalCinDaySports with baseball and soccer news, and maybe an Oregon Trail reference or ten.
They say one must go through a drought to win a championship. In this edition, Lee talks about an article pointing out Cincinnati’s lack of champions and gives his reasons why things aren’t so bad in the Cin-Day area.
One season ends, another one begins (and one finishes up, too.) Lee covers his weekend from Lexington, Kentucky, the upcoming College Baseball Home Openers, College Basketball updates, and some more in Episode 33!
Nick Poe from South Metro Sportsplex returns with Lee to discuss the 2018 Buckeye Year End Tournament, the 2017-18 Centerville Elks Hockey season, local high school hockey playoffs, the Dayton Falcons, and more hockey on Episode 31!
Two regular seasons close out for the 2017-2018 seasons. In Ice Hockey, Conference Tournaments are up this weekend, while Ohio High School Girls' Basketball are heading into Sectional Play later in the month. Join Lee for the scoop on what's happening in the Cin-Day area for local hockey and basketball teams!
Ron Russo, former Head Coach of Miamisburg Girls Basketball, Current MHS Teacher, and Color Commentator for cindaysports.com, joins Lee to talk the good word about Miamisburg, Wright State, Dayton, and other local sports!
Leo DeLuca joins Lee to talk about the wonderful things about Dayton History, 'Fight Night' at Memorial Hall, why Dayton is the birthplace of the NFL, and more in this edition recorded from Carillon Historical Park!
In a week where the Super Bowl opponents arose from their respected championships, local basketball and hockey teams picked up wins and took hard losses, a basketball jersey was hung into the rafters and into the history books, there are at least two people talking about it. Mark Schlemmer and Lee W. Mowen. Local Cin-Day Sports!
What happens when you have a table and invite sports fans to talk on a podcast...again? Round Two of “The Roundtable!” Mark Schlemmer returns for the 2nd Roundtable, joining along with Ed and John to bring you the good word of local sports in the Cin-Day area!
What happens when you have a table and invite sports fans to talk on a podcast? The debut of "The Roundtable!" Mark Schlemmer returns, joining along with Adam and Tony to bring you the good word of local sports in the Cin-Day area!
How does an Ohio version of the Crossroads Classic sound? That, and the 2017 High School Football playoffs make up Episode 11. Join Lee for the look on a possible college basketball tournament and playoffs!
The Tenth Episode breaks a silence streak of one month and four days, but is it for final goodbyes? (No, no it's not.)
Lee returns for Fall Sports wondermint and something to break the podcast silence.
In a world of Dayton and Cincinnati sports, there is one man with a microphone to bring the listeners to the vast environment. That man is Lee W. Mowen. Broadcaster. Announcer. Writer. Some guy that happens to have a microphone. Join Lee W. Mowen on an adventure through Dayton and Cincinnati sports!