Hosts Chace Bryson And Ben Enos Do The School St. Shuffle With A Visit To Pittsburg High In Advance Of The Biggest Game Of The Bay Area’s Opening Week •
Bay Area high school football returns this week, so Ben and Chace literally take the show on the road for a visit to Pittsburg. That’s the location of the biggest game of the week as SportStars Magazine’s No. 3-ranked Pittsburg High hosts No. 4 Serra-San Mateo.
The hosts share a conversation with Pittsburg coach Victor Galli about his super-talented Pirates squad and a half-decade of battles against Serra and Padres’ coach Patrick Walsh — of whom he has close to 30 years of history as peers and De La Salle-Concord alums. Coach Terry Eidson returns to share memories about both Galli and Walsh, and to also share his love for the atmosphere of Friday nights in Pirates Stadium.
It’s also revealed that Coach Eidson and Galli co-manage a fantasy football team over which they rarely see eye-to-eye (shocker!). Plus, Ben and Chace offer up another week of predictions and a new segment called “Fill The Gap.”
7 Friday Night will return each Wednesday or Thursday until the end of the high school football season. Listening platforms include Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Pocket Casts and Radio Public. If you listen to us on any of those platforms, please consider rating and subscribing. Also, feel free to look up SportStars’ other podcast, SportStories on any of those same platforms.
Friday’s Serra/Pittsburg game will be televised live in the Bay Area on KOFY TV20. Comcast customers can find it on Channel 713. Dish Network customers may find it on Channel 20.
PODCAST: SportStories Podcast, Episode 1: The Passion Of Patrick Walsh — This is the episode Chace mentioned when talking with Coach Eidson about sharing memories of Patrick Walsh. In this episode, Eidson and Coach Bob Ladouceur share laughs in recalling a specific story of Walsh as a player.
VIDEO: A 45-second clip of the Pittsburg Marching Show Band playing one of its standard covers, “I Got 5 On It,” from a 2019 home game.
Through Aug. 21