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Richland Source is proud to bring you West Fourth & Goal, a podcast dedicated to high school football and basketball. Each week during the high school football and basketball season, our sports department will sit down with a player and discuss more than the X's and O's, but also the human and academic side of high school athletes.
 
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Ralph and Joseph Miranda discuss MLB cracking down on foreign substance use (1:51), the role of analytics in baseball and its effect on pitching strategy (12:12), and metal vs. wooden bats (28:15) before touching on the NBA Playoffs (33:03), NHL Playoffs (36:48), golf's U.S. Open (38:44), and the Yankees (40:30).…
 
With the championship games done, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler look back at all six of the finals and breakdown each one, taking a look at how the games unfolded and who stepped up on both sides. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.com or on Twitter @nhhssports. New shows will posted on Thursdays throughout…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about activities association imposed roster limits. They also discuss the impact of oversize rosters during the post-season, possible advantages to unlimited rosters, trying to compare sports rosters to classroom rosters, dollar and beyond dollar impacts, how we'd deal with unlimited rosters, youth baseball parents, and new le…
 
Former Maryville College head football coach and current Carson-Newman University outside linebackers coach Tony Ierulli joins Ralph Miranda to discuss growing up playing sports (2:21), how he got into coaching (11:31), crossing paths with Terry Bowden and Jimbo Fisher (22:22), his time at Maryville College (26:39), how the game has evolved (33:40)…
 
On this special edition podcast, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler break down the Boys Lacrosse Championships scheduled for Saturday and go over results from the semifinals. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.com or on Twitter @nhhssports. New shows will posted on Thursdays throughout the spring.…
 
The lacrosse season has reached its final week and Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler spend a special edition of the Ninth State Sports Show breaking down what's happened and what will happen next in the boys semifinals and the girls championships. You can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.com or on Twitter @nhhssports. Check out…
 
Former Minnesota Twins first baseman and current Alcoa High School head baseball coach Steve Dunn joins Ralph Miranda to discuss the Tornadoes' 2021 season (2:58) and Covid-shortened 2020 season (9:21) before switching to professional baseball to discuss the evolution of the game (15:06), how good pitching has become (28:20), and old-school manager…
 
Ralph and Joseph Miranda discuss the role of sports media amid Naomi Osaka withdrawing from the French Open (2:27) and Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians' comments regarding player absences from OTAs (8:11) before moving to baseball to dissect the Yankees' woes (16:06) and discuss premium positions (21:29).…
 
The playoffs are already underway and Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler breakdown the first round of games and look ahead to the matchups coming up later this week. They also go over the NCAA Division I men's and women's finals, along with a few of the other college playoff games from the weekend. And Joe has an epiphany about his Top 10 poll. As al…
 
The Off Duty ADs engage in a thought exercise regarding the coordination of related tax-funded entities. They also discuss the White Sox and the Browns, overcoming the political gaps between schools and parks, the positives of turning over all programming to the schools, the positives of letting the city manage facilities, putting pride back into n…
 
The regular season is coming to a close, the playoff brackets are out, and Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler get you ready for the start of what should be an exciting postseason. Plus, a look at the final weekend of the NCAA lacrosse tournaments and this week's NHHSS Boys Lacrosse Coaches Poll. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhigh…
 
The NCAA tournaments are underway and the high school playoffs are inching closer. This week, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler run down the local college players that are participating in the postseason with their respective teams. They also talk about a couple of big high school matchups, including Pinkerton-Exeter boys, Portsmouth-Winnacunnet boy…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about replacing perfectly OK coaches. They also discuss getting that first AD job, navigating internal personnel interest, balancing AD loyalty against recruiting high-level talent, combining teaching and coaching jobs, running into coaches at the grocery store, PE teachers, an almost really exciting volleyball match, a new ca…
 
On this week’s show, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler run down the top stories from the high school boys and girls lacrosse season, including last weekend's key game between Portsmouth and Derryfield, and which teams are on the rise in Division II and III. They also recognize the local college players earning all-conference honors, plus the NHHSS T…
 
On this week's show, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler discuss the key matchups between Bishop Guertin and Exeter in Division I, which teams in Division II will no one want to see in the postseason, and a shootout in a Division I girls game. They also talk about local players at the college level along with the NHHSS Top 10 Coaches Poll and Joe's to…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about managing student free speech using a well-known current case as a starting point. They also recap a great story from Joe from Washington, how student free speech laws apply to athletes, kids these days and their snapchats and tiktoks, Ryan's MySpace, Coach Mike dealing with angry Mark, Mike's legal counsel, the new class…
 
There have already been plenty of close games and surprised to start the 2021 high school lacrosse season and Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler take a closer look at them this week. They also talk about local players at the college level, the NHHSS Top 10 Coaches Poll and an unusual reason for the start of a game to be delayed. As always, you can se…
 
The high school lacrosse season is off to an exciting start and Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler go over some of the biggest games - including Pinkerton-Bishop Guertin - and some of the most intriguing results. They also take a look at local players at the college level and talk the NHHSS Top 10 Coaches Poll. As always, you can send feedback or que…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about the continued officials' shortage in many sports. They also discuss their month-long hiatus, Uncle Bill's critique of our eating habits, Mike and Siri, reaching the tipping point of lost officials compared to new officials, the difficulty with young officials getting started, competing with other leagues, Mark's wad of r…
 
We wrap up our preseason talk as Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler take a look at all three girls lacrosse divisions, while also discussing what it was like to return to the game action, some early scores that intrigued and a college roundup. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.com or on Twitter @nhhssports. New…
 
There is less than a week until the start of the regular season, and this week, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler take a look at the landscape in Division III boys lacrosse, along with a roundup of some college action. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.com or on Twitter @nhhssports. New shows will posted on Th…
 
Practices have started, games aren't far behind, and it's another look at what to maybe expect. This week, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler take a look at Division II on the boys lacrosse side, as they rundown the teams and the players to watch in 2021. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.com or on Twitter @nhh…
 
The start of spring practice is getting closer, which means it's time to start the previews. This week, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler take a look at Division I on the boys lacrosse side, as they rundown the teams and the players to watch in 2021. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.com or on Twitter @nhhsspo…
 
The Off Duty ADs first talk about whose baseball team is worse then eventually get to exploratory sports at the youth level. Ryan empathizes with the parents of young athletes and kicks the tires on intramural programs; Mike wants people to understand there is no correlation between travel program success and the ability to play varsity sports and …
 
As we march closer to the start of the New Hampshire high school lacrosse season, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler hit on some of the top performers at the collegiate level, wonder about some high school rankings and find a way for the state to have a regional competition. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail.co…
 
The Press Box Podcast welcomes David Reed, a PGA professional and golf instructor at Patriot Hills Golf Club in Jefferson City, TN, to discuss his background in the sport (1:37), his teaching philosophy (4:49), how to determine the best golf ball for you (15:17), the most common mistakes amateur golfers make (14:11), how to properly warm up before …
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about managing contests during spring break. They also discuss the Imogene Pass Run, Trevor Bauer, our historical sports game time machines, concerns about teams making long trips, crossing fingers to avoid bad decisions, when family causes a you gotta minute, stubborn dads, managing emergency absences, a podcast episode to ch…
 
It's been a year since the global pandemic turned the world upside down, but after talking cancelations and postponements, Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler are talking about highlights from local players in college and getting ready for the start of the high school preseason. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhighschoolsports@gmail…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about how they're evaluating coaches during covid-changed seasons. They also talk about Mark's episode patching skills, tater tot hotdish, air fryers, Arrested Development, FCS football, Big Ten Minute, changing evaluation topics, cattle on the train tracks, Mike's four components of coaching, learning what coaches value, pote…
 
Welcome back, lacrosse! OK, we're not quite there yet, but Joe Marchilena and Chris Hettler can't wait for the start of the spring season. On the first episode of 2021, they discuss some NH players having success at the collegiate level and talk about what the high school season might look like. As always, you can send feedback or questions to nhhi…
 
The Off Duty ADs respond to a listener's questions. They also discuss recording without Mike last week, Big Ten Minute, FCS football, reporting ineligibilities in Covid (and normal) times, working with a part-time or no-time administrative assistant, parent feedback leading to growth, Mark's unfortunate interaction in a store, Ryan's fortunate inte…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about being a sane youth sports parent while also being an athletic director. They also discuss the cold weather across the Midwest, craft beverages, comparable college football and basketball teams, coaching your own kid's team, gauging your words and tone after contests, choosing your sports parent friends wisely, assessing …
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about accommodating officials during Covid restrictions. They also discuss small-town wrestling, Mike's family, a unique replay decision, Super Bowl incorrectness, Big 10 minute, various regulations for officials in our states, getting through the winter to make it to the spring, rescheduling games, an unfortunate injury to a …
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about whether character should matter when selecting student awards. They also discuss Ryan's eye, the MLB Hall of Fame, coaches operating as the moral police, missing great athletes because they're "bad" people, trusting coaches with their nominations, new volunteers for game worker positions, Mark's Boy #4, karate fights in …
 
In their comprehensive Super Bowl LV preview, Ralph and Joseph Miranda break down the Chiefs vs. Buccaneers matchup (1:30), talk possible MVPs (27:28), give their game predictions (31:14), and discuss commercials (37:17), the halftime show (38:18), and broadcasters (39:19) before analyzing the recent Stafford-Goff trade and its impact on future QB …
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about positive relationships between coaches and their athletes. They also discuss Ryan's Brownies, Uncle Bill, whether coaches need to be liked, being judged by character and competence, finding resources to improve relationship building, Mike's library, coaches as teachers, rebuilding coaches who have "lost it," referee moti…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about putting coaches on improvement plans. They also discuss responding to emails, marshmallow beer, music for babies, Drew Brees and Tom Brady, Urban and the Jags, using or not using formal improvement plans, improving comparing to terminating, leopards or zebras, parent complaints leading to improvement plans, being a paren…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about some of the changes and concerns that surround their current facility policies. They also talk about the Brownies, college football coaches, a D3 football legend, volunteer coaches, co-op obstacles for athletes, concern around youth wrestling programs without a facility, getting stuck in comparisons to neighbors, managin…
 
The Off Duty ADs talk about defining failure and how to manage those definitions. They also discuss running shoes, 2020 vocabulary, Cincinnati, how (or if) any amount of winning and losing correlates to failure, the difference between individuals or teams failing, the difference between failure at the college/pro and high school levels, locker room…
 
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