July 19, 2013


Groton-Lansing kicks off scholastic broadcasts

The local radio station WXHC Oldies 101.5 FM will begin its 23rd season of covering local high school football on Sept. 6.
Bobby Comstock will handle the play-by-play duties as the season begins with Groton hosting Lansing at Ross Field in a Section 4 clash at 7 p.m. in that Friday evening opener.
Cortland High and Homer Central teams will be featured five times, including the Oct. 18 match-up at Butts Field in Homer when the two Section 3 Class B rivals conclude the regular season in a 7 p.m. confrontation.
Also slated will be Dryden High hosting Section 4 rival Trumansburg on Oct. 11. Oldies 101.5 will also carry a playoff or crossover game Oct. 25, that match-up to be determined.
In addition to the high school slate of games, Comstock will handle the play-by-play for the eighth season of SUNY Cortland football. The first game will feature the Red Dragons hosting Buffalo State Sept. 7 and broadcasts will continue until the Nov. 16 regular season finale with the Cortaca Jug battle at Ithaca College.
Any Red Dragon post-season games will also be broadcast.
Cortland is the defending New Jersey Athletic Conference champion who went two rounds into the NCAA Division III playoffs last fall under Coach Dan MacNeill.
All the high school and SUNY Cortland games will be also be available on the internet through Oldies 101.5’s website ( and will also be available through WXHC’s App for I-Phone / I-Pad, and Android devices. You can download the App through the App Store or Google Play. Links for those can be found at WXHC’s website.
If that’s not enough football for you, all the New York Jets pre-season and regular season games will be on Oldies 101.5 along with selected Syracuse University football games. The Jets and Syracuse games will not be streamed by WXHC on the internet or through its apps.
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