Howard County Times sports reporters Tim Schwartz, Brent Kennedy and Kyle Stackpole are featured in the latest Howard County Times sports podcast on Monday, October 2, 2017.
Tim, Brent and Kyle open the conversation with River Hill football beating Long Reach behind a dominating effort the defense and quarterback Luke Champion; Glenelg’s 35-18 win against Reservoir and big days from Kyle Dry and Tyler Reiff; the a big upcoming game between undefeated Howard and the Lightning.
At the 9:07 mark, Brent sits down with Centennial senior golfer Isabel Trojillo to discuss her recent county championship tournament title. In addition, she talks about the growth of the Eagles golf program, her friendly rivalry with last year’s Player of the Year Jacqueline Cherry of Howard and her approach going into the district and state championship tournaments.
Brent sits down with Centennial senior boys soccer player Alex Keppler at the 17:05 mark. Alex talks about his fast start to the season, which includes 15 goals in his first eight games, and what it means to continue in the footsteps of the top Centennial goal scorers before him. He also discusses the team’s rivalry with Mt. Hebron and what it will take to finally win a region championship after several near misses.
At the 25:16 mark, Tim talks about his upcoming volleyball match between Howard and Atholton, with the winner being the in drivers seat for the county title. Kyle recaps what he learned from his Q&A with Mt. Hebron girls soccer senior Julz Lamparella and breaks down the Vikings’ fast start. He also talks about Wilde Lake and junior Julianna Bonner’s recent scoring barrage and the Wildecats’ talented core of juniors who played in the 2A state final in 2015.