PODCAST: Preview the 2017 football season with us (8/18/17)We discuss what to expect and what to watch for on the high school gridiron in 2017.
PODCAST: Semoball Awards are here! (Part 2) (7/5/17)With just days until the 2017 Semoball Awards, podcast host and Southeast Missourian/Semoball.com sports editor Josh Mlot (@semoballJosh) sits down with some friends of the podcast to talk about the annual event...
PODCAST: Celebrating the Semoball Awards with Colten Weber and Claire Morrill (6/28/17)Welcome back for Episode 16 of the Semoball Podcast. We are a week and a half away from the 2017 Semoball Awards at the Southeast Missouri State River Campus, so podcast host and Southeast Missourian sports editor Josh Mlot caught up with two of the finalists set to be honored at the event...
PODCAST: A Semoball fantastic four (5/29/17)We chat with athletes from each of the four state-bound teams this week.
PODCAST: Minnesota Nice
In the 11th episode of the Semoball Podcast, Southeast Missourian sports editor and podcast host Josh Mlot sits down with Saxony Lutheran coach Chris Crawford inside the illustrious Semoball Studios.
Crawford is coming off a season as an assistant coach with the Crusaders boys basketball team and beginning his first season as head coach of the two-time defending state champion Saxony Lutheran girls soccer team.
First, Crawford talks about how he ended up in Southeast Missouri after spending the first 18 years of his life in Minnesota, before we get into the successes of the boys basketball team (and getting fired by head coach Kevin Williams) in 2016-17.
Then, the conversation delves into major transition this season for Crusader girls soccer and whether he'll get more than 37 days to prove himself.
The conversation wraps up with a quick discussion of the U.S. Men's National team, what it's like to call for a coach's head when you are a coach and Minnesota United's not-so-glorious start to life in MLS.
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