CMSportsNet Fall Season Wrap Up Show

We've pulled the best clips and gathered the stats for CMSportsNet's Fall Season Sports Wrap Up show, premiering on Comcast cable channel HD -1086,  Thursday, December 19th at 7:30 PM

Sports columnist, Mike Preston and former Francis Scott Key Football Coach, Bill McKenna, are your host's as we take a look back at the 2019 season for Westminster Girls Soccer, Carroll Lynx Men's Soccer and Westminster Owls Football.

You'll hear interviews with the coaches and see some of the best season highlights, Plus, we showcase the top players and give you a look ahead to next seasons rising stars.

Special guests include Westminster Girls Soccer Coach, Danielle Midkiff, Westminster Defensive Line Coach, Marlon Jordan and Head Coach for the Carroll Lynx Men’s Soccer team, Tom O'Brien. Carroll County Times, Megan Woodward will provide league wrap up reports and Kris Gooding, Director of Education and Development for The Links at Challedon will report on the 2019 golf season. In addition, Supervisor of Athletics for Carroll County Public Schools, Michael Duffy talks about his first year on the job and the impact re-classification has had Carroll County’s sports programs.

Thank you to all our sponsors

CMSportsNet's Fall Season Wrap Up Show is brought to you by Carroll Lynx  Scoreboard powered by Aquino Financial Group, LLC.

Additional program sponsors include; Y In Central MarylandCarroll Indoor Sports Center, Taneytown Chamber of Commerce, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Thunderhead Bowl & Grill, and Airpark Automotive.

Special thanks to: Genova's Pizza, JeannieBird Baking Company,  and The Caramel Kettle Gourmet Popcorn

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Additional Broadcast Dates and Times

In case you missed the premiere you can still catch CMSportsNet’s Fall Season Wrap-Up Show on the following channels thru February 9, 2020

 

Comcast cable channel HD 1086

Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7:30 PM.  

 

Comcast cable channel 19

Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7:30 PM

Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 PM.

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