|Feb 25, 2017: Kevin Goode Sr., John McCauley, Scott Smith, Kara Cusker, David Evans, Ryan Babineau, Chris Moretter, Jonathan Newcombe|
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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
|February 25, 2017: Bishop Kearney coach Kevin Goode Sr. and Aquinas coach John McCauley previewing their Section V Class AA boys basketball quarterfinal showdown; Irondequoit girls basketball coach Scott Smith and senior guard Kara Cusker on the Eagles making it to the Class A1 semifinals; Webster Thomas hockey coach David Evans and goaltender Ryan Babineau on the Titans reaching the Class B title game; Fairport hockey coach Chris Moretter and junior forward Jonathan Newcombe on the Red Raiders, who've reached the Class A title game, coming together at the right time.|
|February 18, 2017: Fairport girls basketball coach Mark Schaller and senior forward Caroline White, a finalist for NYS Miss Basketball; Patrick Luke of Luke Photography; McQuaid hockey Al Vyverberg and goaltender Conner Pulli after their upset of No. 1 Penfield and Vyverberg's impending retirement; Pittsford swimmers Casey Ransford and Ben Beldner following a 15th straight Section V Class A title.|
|February 11, 2017: Leadership Academy boys basketball coach Reggie Simmons and junior forward Davon Brown on the team's solid season, chances in Section V Class A2 tournament and Tuesday's RCAC showdown with Early College; Edison Tech girls basketball coach Jack Palmeri and sophomore guard Dyaisha Fair on the Inventors' 16-game winning streak and program development; Canandaigua Academy hockey coach Pat Wade and forward Joe Post discuss the Braves' 14-5-1 regular season and chances in Section V Class B Tourney.|
|February 04, 2017: Victor hockey coach Mike Ferreri and player Kai Miller talking about the Devils' big win over Pittsford and chances in sectionals; Brighton girls basketball coach Sam Rizzo and senior Meg Flanagan on the Barons' 14-3 start; Gates Chili football coach Jason Benham on the controversial bill proposal to ban tackle football for kids under age 13.|
|January 28, 2017: Penfield hockey coach Nate Miller & senior forward Cooper Allen after Patriots' big week, including third-period comeback over Canandaigua after trailing 2-0; Honeoye Falls-Lima girls basketball coach Steve Willoughby & junior guard Taryn Wilson on the Cougars' 12-2 start; Greece Athena baseball coach Jason Allen on NYSPHSAA new rules on pitch counts; Batavia boys basketball coach Buddy Brasky after a double-OT win at HF-L.|
Athletes of the Week
February 28, 2017:
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
GIRL: Sammy Watson, Rush-Henrietta. The star Royal Comets runner broke yet another record at the Meet of Champions, topping Stacey Prey's 32-year-old mark in the 1,500 by more than five seconds, running 4 minutes, 31.65 seconds at RIT.
BOY: Maison Fadale, Brockport. The high-scoring forward had a pair of goals and an assist in the Blue Devils' 6-1 win in the Section V Class B hockey semifinals.
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More of our Athletes of the Week
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.