With the opening of the fall sports season, KTTN FM 92.3 aired high school softball updates with Grundy R-V Lady Panther coach Kylie Littleton, North Mercer coach Melissa Hill, and Gilman City coach Tony Gregg on Monday afternoon.
The Grundy R-V coaches show will air Monday’s at 3:30, followed by Mercer at 3:40, and Gilman City at 3:50 during the fall. A notable exception will be Monday, September 5th, when the Labor Day holiday will move those three shows to Wednesday, September 7th.
Here are the shows that originally aired on Monday, August 29th:
The “Kylie Littleton Show” (Grundy R-V Lady Panthers):
The “Melissa Hill Show” (North Mercer Lady Cardinals):
The “Tony Gregg Show” (Gilman City Ladyhawks):
Coming up on Tuesday, KTTN will feature the “Daviess County Hour” from approximately 3:15 to 4 o’clock, with Tri-County softball coach Taryn Douglas followed by Pattonsburg football coach Brandon Burkhead. Winston softball coach Ashley Mazurkewycz will be the middle interview, followed by the Gallatin Bulldogs coaches shows with softball coach Penny Gardner and football coach Chris Holt.
Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 6 o’clock you can hear from Princeton softball coach Steve Richman and football coach Nathan Powell, with the Milan Wildcat interviews from 5:30 to 6 o’clock, as Lady ‘Cats softball coach Kyley Doak is followed by football coach Mark Cole.
The Trenton Lady Bulldog coaches shows will air during Friday night football pregame and halftime on Hot Country Z 101.7, with Dawg Bites returning for its 20th season, airing 6 to 7 o’clock on Thursday nights from the Trenton Hy-Vee, as Tom Johnson interviews Bulldog football coach Kevin Hixson, selected student athletes, and when available, the Lady Bulldog sports teams.