|Jan 14, 2017: Mark Schaller, Mark Vogt, Brianne Moxley, Gabby Pancio, Nina Nesselbush, Jack Puricficato, Jack Leasure, Dr. Mike Maloney, Greg Stahl, Alec Rockow|
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The Canandaigua National Bank & Trust High School Sports Show started in 2003 on WHTK-AM and is the only radio talk show in the Rochester area that covers Section V sports. It can be heard live every Saturday at noon on SPORTS 1280 WHTK in the Rochester area and also on the Web at www.whtk.com. The show features interviews with coaches and players, previews and highlights the biggest games each season and honors "Athletes of the Week." It also tackles the issues facing teenage athletes, such as proper nutrition and recovery from injury and how to balance academics and athletics.
Since 2003, more than 2,000 coaches and athletes have been on the show. A special thanks goes to Canandaigua National Bank & Trust. Without its continued support, area athletes and coaches wouldn't have a chance to be showcased on the radio.
CNB High School Sports Show - Past broadcasts
|January 14, 2017: Fairport girls basketball coach Mark Schaller after the Red Raiders' 50-45 win over Penfield; Penfield girls basketball coach Mark Vogt & Patriots players Brianne Moxley, Gabby Pancio and Nina Nesselbush; McQuaid basketball coach Jack Leasure following the Knights' 57-54 win at East; Section V Boys Basketball chairman Jack Purificato on the return of some Section V tournament games to Blue Cross Arena; URMC Chief of Sports Medicine Dr. Mike Maloney on the improvements in preventing and treating and rehabbing ACL injuries; Brockport hockey coach Greg Stahl and senior captain Alec Rockow following a big 5-2 win over Victor.|
|January 07, 2017: D&C sportswriter James Johnson in studio; Webster Schroeder girls basketball coach Andrew Welker and guard Payton Lill on the Kelsey Annese Memorial Scholarship fund-raiser; UPrep boys basketball coach James Reaves; Greece Athena boys basketball coach Mike Setzer and senior guard Kenny Speed; Hilton wrestler Yianni Diakomihalis on his high school career-ending elbow injury.|
|December 24, 2016: Pittsford Mendon girls basketball with coach Todd Julien and players Sara Lyons, Caroline Cullinan and Mackenzie Winn; Bishop Kearney boys basketball coach Kevin Goode and University of Dayton-bound senior Nahziah Carter; Wayland-Cohocton girls basketball coach Al Best on winning his 500th game; Webster Schroeder hockey coach Steve Parshall and junior goaltender Payton Hall.|
|December 17, 2016: The Annual Camp Good Days & Special Time Radiothon with guest Gary Mervis|
|December 10, 2016: Irondequoit boys basketball coach Chris Cardon and guard Zach Stenglein talking about the Eagles' 2-0 start; Mercy girls basketball coach Tom Vasey on the Monarchs' 2-0 start and prospects to repeat as Section V champions; Penfield hockey coach Nate Miller and senior forward Andrew Powlin on the Patriots' big win over Fairport and 5-0 start to this season.|
Athletes of the Week
January 15, 2017:
BOYS: Norberto Cervantes, Williamson. The senior weight thrower set a Section V record of 60 feet, 11 inches, breaking his own mark of 60-8.25.
GIRLS: Sara Lyons, Pittsford Mendon. The senior guard for the unbeaten Vikings scored 24 points and grabbed six rebounds in a win over Geneva, had 11 points in a win over Rush-Henrietta and added 12 more points in a rout of Brockport. She leads the team at 17.8 points per game.
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About the host
Jeff DiVeronica, host
A native of Canastota, N.Y., DiVeronica has covered high school sports for the Democrat and Chronicle since 1994, and was honored as the "Sportswriter of the Year" by the Rochester Press-Radio Club in 2014 and 2002. A graduate of St. John Fisher College and member of its Communications / Journalism Hall of Fame, he also hosts a show on WHTK about Rochester Rhinos, Rochester Lancers & Western New York Flash soccer. He founded the CNB Show in 2003. He writes a blog on soccer and co-contributes to another, Varsity Voices, about high school sports at www.DemocratandChronicle.com/blog/varsityvoices.