Out of Left Field
Racin’ Ryans, Pop Quiz & KAIGAN Foundation
Ken Cara talks to the Ryan family who has a history of racing cars. Then he participates in a “pop quiz” at North Schuylkill with the baseball team. Finally, he talks with HAHS Sophomore football player Kellen Warner about the KAIGAN Foundation.
eSports, Curling & H.S. Swimming
Ken Cara checks out E Sports at Lackawanna College, does some “curling” with U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Tyler George and “dives” into his interview with some of the Hazleton Area High School swim team.
Fast Break Friendship, Thanksmas, PSU’s Sandy Barbour
Ken Cara talks with HAHS Basketball’s Da’mir Faison about his friendship with fellow student, and aspiring sports journalist, Nathan Pliska. Then it’s off to Chicago Cubs Manager & Hazleton native Joe Maddon’s “Thanksmas” celebration. Lastly, Ken travels to PSU Schuylkill campus to talk with PSU Athletic Director Sandy Barbour.
Spartan News, Pocono Ninja, Youth Soccer
Ken Cara stops by North Schuylkill’s Spartan News Network to talk with some of the football players, meets up with the “Pocono Ninja” and kicks the ball around with G.H.Y.S.A. Soccer League.
MMI Golf, Concussions, HAHS Alumni Softball
Ken Cara talks with MMI Senior Golfer Jessica McClellan, Dr. Richard Canlas about athletes and concussions and stops by the 2nd Annual Lady Cougars Alumni Charity Softball Game.
Dunk Depression, Ice Cream with Danny Berlitz & Goal Ball
In the season 5 opener, host Ken Cara checks out the “Dunk Depression” basketball benefit at the Hazleton Area High School, stops by a local ice cream shop to chat with high school swimming champ Danny Berlitz and introduces us to Goal Ball with the kids of Community Services For Sight’s “Camp Sight.”
HAHS Grad talks sports & science, Football Camp & a holy local baseball card collection
Kenny Cara talks with local HAHS grad Joy Gallagher about how sports is still a part of her life. Then Kenny goes to “football camp” with former NFL players Lamont White and Major Harris. Lastly, Kenny sits down with Fr. Connell McHugh for a one-of-a-kind local baseball card collection.