CLARION, Pa. (D9Sports) – Games involving the Redbank Valley, Brookville and Keystone girls’ basketball teams in the PIAA playoffs will air Friday night on Laurel Eye Clinic High School Basketball powered by the Haskell House via EYT Media/D9Sports.com.
(Photo: It will be a friendly rivalry among the announcers when Redbank Valley meets Cochranton in one of three games being broadcast on EYT Media/D9Sports.com Friday night, as Bob “The Governor” Dunkle (shown on the left with his letterman’s jacket from the 1980s) is a Redbank Valley graduate and Mike Kalinowski (shown on the right with his letterman’s jacket from the 1980s) is a Cochranton graduate)
Action will get started at 5 p.m. with a Class 2A game between Redbank Valley and Cochranton from Clarion University’s Tippin Gym and will continue with a 6:30 p.m. game in Class 3A between Brookville and Penn Cambria also from Tippin Gym and conclude with a 7 p.m. game in Class 2A between Keystone and Cambridge Springs from Moniteau High School.
Mike Kalinowski and Bob “The Governor” Dunkle will have the call from Clarion University of the Redbank Valley/Cochranton game and then Kalinowski will be joined by Chris Rossetti for the Brookville/Penn Cambria contest, while Dustin Kifer and Dan Reed will have the action from Moniteau High School.
The Kerle Tire Pregame show from Clarion University starts at 4:30 p.m., while the Kerle Tire Pregame Show from Moniteau High School begins at 6:30 p.m.
Special thanks to Hi-Level Golf Course, Joe’s Pizzeria and Italian Restaurant in New Bethlehem, District Judge Jeff Miller, Delta Contracting, State Representative Donna Oberlander, Burford & Henry Real Estate, Tin Town Metal Works, Pat Merwin Realty, Mike’s Supermarket in Brookville, Jefferson Animal Clinic, Matson Insurance, Dan Smith’s Candy, the Brookville Fireman’s Club, Cochranton Market Place and Dickson Family Funeral Home in Cochranton for Sponsoring tonight’s games as well