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Advanced Disposal Friday Night Overtime Show Returns for Fifth Season

SHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – For the fifth straight year, EYT Media will present the Advanced Disposal Friday Night Overtime Show, a post-game high school football wrap-up show on four radio stations across District 9 as well as on the internet.

Show home page (where it can be listened to on-line)

The show, which started in 2013 as a join venture between EYT Media and ( became part of the EYT Media family in December 2015), is hosted by EYT Media Sports Editor Chris Rossetti and Dustin Kifer and airs on KOOL 103, 103.3 FM in Brookville, 600 AM in Coudersport, WHKS, 94.9 FM in Port Allegany and WPXZ, 104.1 FM in Punxsutawney as well as on and all three of the EYT Media News sites (, and The show is also available on the Explore Radio app (by clicking on the Explore Raido feed) which can be downloaded for both Apple and Android.

The show will run from 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. every Friday night starting this Friday, Aug. 25.

On the show, Rossetti and Kifer will wrap-up all the Friday night football action from across District 9 with scores, news, analysis and live interviews from the field with players, coaches and media members who were at the games.

“We are thrilled to be able to bring this great show to District 9 for the fifth consecutive season,” Rossetti said. “The response  from across District 9 in the first four season from fans, coaches, players and media members has been beyond anything we ever expected when the show started but shows us the passion and loyalty of the great people of District 9.”

EYT Media president Jake Bauer believes the show is perfect for his company.

“In just a short period of time, we have become the go-to-place for free news on-line in Clarion, Jefferson, Forest and Venango counties,” Bauer said. “And now, with as part of EYT Media, we are reaching the entire District 9 area in ways never seen before. We are happy to be able to provide the great fans and players of District 9 this opportunity.”

In addition to the show, will run a live Friday night scoreboard on its site every week starting at 7 p.m. with updated scores from across District 9 up to the conclusion of the night’s games. The live scoreboard is sponsored by All American Awards & Engraving.

Joining Advanced Disposal as sponsors of the show in 2017 will be Prime Choice Wireless (hotline sponsor), All American Awards & Engraving(Scoreboard sponsor), Allegheny Grille of Foxburg (studio sponsor), Sweet Basil. Tionesta Builders, Kerle Tire, M&B Services, Redbank Valley Chevrolet, Kahle’s Kitchens, Zacherl Motors, The Inn at Deer Creek Winery in Shippenville and Matson Lumber Company in Brookville.


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Located at, is in its 18th year of covering athletics within the PIAA’s District 9 and became part of the EYT Media Network in December 2015. The site, which is not affiliated with the PIAA in any way, covers all 24 football playing teams playing in District 9. For more information on the site, please visit it or e-mail the staff at The site is also active on Twitter @D9sports and on Facebook at

Explore Your Town, Inc., is a multimedia company located in Clarion that currently runs the three websites, mentioned above, covering news and multiple events in those areas as well as and The company recently celebrated its eighth anniversary.