The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
Summary: This is the weekly #LocalCinDaySports podcast, covering everything sports in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio! The host is Lee W. Mowen.
Week Three of OHSAA Football scores, the first two Cincinnati Bengals games, the Cincinnati Reds in the playoff chase, and a win against a team for the first time since 1997? It's Episode 181 on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast with Lee W. Mowen!
It's almost time for Cincinnati Bengals football! Lee covers the preview on Cincinnati's first game in 2020. Also, get your weekly football scores around Southwest Ohio and East-Central/Southeastern Indiana!
On Episode 179, Lee covers all the football scores of Cincinnati, Dayton, and Columbus-area high school football games. Also in this episode, hear the moves the Reds made prior to the Trade Deadline, an extension to a Cincinnati Bengal, the second bout of #HellIsReal, and a new team in the Prospect League.
On Episode 178, Lee shares some personal broadcasting news for his Fall season. Also, find out Week One scores for East Central and Southeastern Indiana and updates on the Reds, FC Cincinnati, and the Columbus Crew on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
Brian Reiss of the Gem City Sports Network joins Lee for a special live-streamed episode of the local sports podcast! Lincoln Schreiber of WSWO 97.3FM also drops in with his thoughts, as the three gentlemen talk about Dayton's current sport scene.
Kyle Howard, a part of the three-man broadcasting team covering Loveland Tigers Football for ESP Media, is our special guest for Episode 176! We talk about the possible High School Football season due to start in two weeks, Kyle's broadcasting career, the newest members to the Eastern Cincinnati Conference, and of course LOCAL sports!
Chris Vogt, the founder and editor of the Butler County High School Sports Report, is our special guest for Episode 175! We talk about the thirteen high schools in the county, Chris's experience, the coronavirus and the Fall Sports season, and of course more local sports!
How can one podcaster talk about improving a sports community just off a Twitter conversation? Lee found a way! As well as a nice round of Mowen's Mailbag and a recap of Reds, FC Cincinnati, and the Columbus Crew updates, it's another episode talking LOCAL Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio sports!
Trace Fowler, the creator of Chatterbox Sports, is our special guest for Episode 173! We're talking about the birth of Chatterbox Sports, the future plans, the schools covered, and of course local sports!
The #LocalCinDaySports Podcast hits a big milestone! Celebrating three years of LOCAL sports, Lee answers the Mailbag, talks about the name changes in sports, and local happenings as the major leagues resume action. This is an archive from the 12 OZ Sports stream, with the second ad break edited out.
Simon Read, the creator of New Star Games, Ltd. and Retro Bowl, is our special guest for Episode 171. During the interview, we talk about the game available on Google Play, the App Store, and online, some of the other offerings, future updates, and more! Lee reviews Retro Bowl and shares his opinions on the game before the interview.
Dominic Gussler, known in the Roller Derby circuit as The Big Ragu, is our special guest for Episode 170! We're talking about the Gem City Roller Derby, local sports, Dominic's announcing career and where he got the nickname, and more on the latest edition!
Sallie Taylor, the co-host of Living Dayton on WDTN, is our special guest for Episode 169! We're talking local hockey, Sallie's broadcasting career, the coronavirus, sports possibly returning, and more!
Ben Oburn, the Public Address Announcer of the Dayton Dragons, is our special guest for Episode 168! We talk the Dayton Dragons and what makes them stand out from other teams, announcing life, the quarantine, what he expects for the 2021 season, and more!
Jim Brown, one of the first Assistant Coaches in Wright State Basketball history and current color commentator for Raiders Basketball, is our special guest for Episode 167! We talk about building the program up at Wright State, his time at Northmont High School, local sports, and more on this edition!