Fox Sports Southern Utah wraps heavenly 1st year on the wireless transmissions, with greater energy to come

Alongside convincing games talk, just a single nearby show assists fans with drawing nearer to the groups and players they love. Set your dial to Fox Sports Southern Utah and keep it there, since they’re simply getting ready.

Fox Sports Southern Utah previously hit the wireless transmissions in April 2021, giving fans every minute of every day inclusion of nearby and public games news. Ravine Media General Manager Ben Lindquist said the organization saw a void on the lookout for excellent games radio that had a blend of public characters and unique programming zeroed in on nearby and local games.

“We went with Fox Sports,” he said. “At the point when you contemplate trailblazers of sports talk like Dan Patrick, blended in with folks who took it higher than ever like Colin Cowherd and Doug Gottlieb, it makes for a really engaging day of sports talk.”

Ravine Media radio characters Mark Musgrave, also known as “The Voice You Know,” and Kaden Foremaster feature Southern Utah’s best understudy competitors on their day to day show, “From the Bleachers.” The program offers something for essentially everybody, from players and guardians to football fan and ball lovers.

“From the Bleachers” covers the best in Region 10 secondary school sports as well as Utah Tech University and Southern Utah University school games. The hosts additionally talk about elite athletics groups like the Utah Jazz, the Las Vegas Raiders and the Las Vegas Golden Knights.

Musgrave and Foremaster position themselves as lovers as opposed to specialists. All things considered, they’re only several neighborhood folks sitting in the seats with the other fans.

“From the Bleachers” is where Southern Utah avid supporters can allow their voices to be heard. The show is live, neighborhood and broadcasting Monday through Friday from 4-6 p.m. Bring in at 435-990-9950 to visit about the groups, players and stories that get you energized.

“From the Bleachers” got major areas of strength for going month to month Monday Night Football watch parties at the Eureka Casino Resort in Mesquite, Nevada. The hosts offered short term visits and gift testaments alongside Raiders loot bundles.

Musgrave and Foremaster broadcast live from Region 10 football and b-ball games through the fall and winter and got back to the Eureka for a live transmission and festivity on Super Bowl Sunday. They’ve additionally offered Jazz tickets during ball season and invited unique visitors to the studio, similar to Raiders insider Your Boy Q and six-time MLB All-Star José Canseco.

“We get to accomplish something we appreciate doing each and every day for our work. Not a many individuals get to say that,” Foremaster said. “Imprint and I will discuss sports notwithstanding, so the way that we persuade a stage to have the option to do that is simply such a lot of tomfoolery and cool.”

Musgrave, who has been engaged with Region 10 games for over 10 years as a mentor and Desert Hills High School’s commentator, said he’s especially glad for their inclusion of baseball season. They broadcast live from each 4A season finisher game during the state title a month ago.

“Getting to know a ton of our Region 10 players and mentors on a more private level is fulfilling to me,” he added. “We’re anticipating developing on what we did in our most memorable year and proceeding to give nearby games content to Southern Utah.”

Throughout the following couple of months, Musgrave and Foremaster plan to reinforce their inclusion of elite athletics. They’ll likewise be facilitating a one-year commemoration gathering for “From the Bleachers” with energizing giveaways. Remain tuned.

Fox Sports Southern Utah communicates on 99.5 FM in St. George and 93.1 FM/1400 AM in Cedar City. Tune in or listen live on the web. Past episodes of “From the Bleachers” are accessible anyplace you pay attention to your most loved digital recordings, including Spotify, Apple Podcast and Google Podcast.

Composed by ALEXA MORGAN for St. George News.