What a wild weekend of college basketball action that results in just 16 teams remaining in the Big Dance. One of them, the Syracuse Orange who defeated Michigan State 55-53 on Sunday afternoon to move on where they’ll face Duke on Friday. Also, if there was one thing that could tear TV viewers away from the tournament games on Sunday, it was Tiger Woods being in contention again on the PGA Tour. Hear what the Web Dog has to say about it all on this week’s edition of Weber This Week.
Meet the Vice-President of Thrive to Survive, Jennifer Venuti Harris on Monday afternoon’s edition of Weber This Week. Thrive to Survive is dedicated to providing support in a variety of ways to adults living in Geneva, Waterloo, Seneca Falls, Stanley, Clifton Springs, Phelps, Dundee, Keuka Park, and Penn Yan diagnosed and being treated for cancer. Through this support, Thrive to Survive hopes to relieve unnecessary stress on the patient allowing them to focus on their recovery and their families.
This week the Web Dog welcomes in 2012 Red Jacket grad and Clifton Springs resident Keith Baley to talk NFL football and answer some of this upcoming off-season’s biggest questions for a half-hour on Weber This Week.
Have you ever thought about becoming a high school football referee? Learn how you can as Section V Football officials Doug Roll and Dan Miller are in-studio for this week’s edition of Weber This Week on FingerLakes1.com.