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Drunk Degrassi

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Degrassi lovin' best buds Rebecca Shortall and Michael Dyllan get drunk and watch Degrassi: the Next Generation from the beginnning. It's 100% intense, it goes there and if your life was a podcast it would be this.
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Coach McGaha has had plenty of success in his 25+ years as a coach. He tells the story of how it all started and how things have changed since coming back to baseball after his playing days. He just completed his first year as head coach for the Carlsbad Cavemen and is looking to continue to take his players to the next level - even after dealing w…
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Hazen Wright and Delmonico Granger-Moreno started playing baseball at a young age. As a matter of fact, they were able to win a state championship at the Little League level before becoming everyday starters for the Carlsbad Cavemen. Since then, they have been a part of some really good Cavemen teams including a state championship program in 2022 a…
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It's not very often that we have a pair of sisters deliver a large impact together at the varsity level in two major sports. On this week's episode Ana and Aubrey Hernandez discuss their relationship as sisters and what it's like to have a built-in best friend in high school sports. We played a blind game of "Who's More" and "Rapid Fire," as well a…
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Kevin Jimenez walked us through the experience as the 2022 NMSU Aggies took the WAC Tournament by storm after squeaking in at the last possible moment even after a pretty rough regular season. He talks about some of the mishaps that went down during travel days and some of the moments he'll remember the most. Now Kevin is a pro baseball player with…
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Having a love for the sport of golf has become more and more popular over the past five years, but excelling in the sport is still a rarity. Dyllan Dominguez and Trey Scallions have developed their passion for the sport into a competitive skill they use to top the leaderboards. They joined us for the latest podcast to discuss the dos and don'ts of …
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The NFL Super Bowl is well known for it's commercials, bets, and competitiveness, but one of the biggest parts of the game is the halftime show. Believe it or not, there are artists that have turned down the gig for a multitude of reasons. It might seem crazy because of all of the popularity you gain by performing for 15 minutes, but these artists …
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Adam Young has become a staple at New Mexico State University as the Aggies' main man behind the mic. He has broadcasted on TV and radio for football, men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, and volleyball. Yes, you read that right. Adam also hosts a weekly podcast for the university on top of doing freelance work around t…
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Carlsbad Cavegirls' head coach, Matt Enloe, took over the program just a few years ago and has worked hard to create a culture of hard work and trust. Coach Rylan Gonsalez joined the staff last year and has become a large piece of the puzzle on the staff. This year the Cavegirls are looking to make state even with a few big obstacles in their way f…
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Rene Verdusco started West Texas Gloveman (WTGM) as a hobby, for fun. His company has grown to the point of being trusted by top athletes and even representing New Mexico in the Slowpitch Softball Challenge Cup. Now Rene plans to work in a new brand identity so that it can reach an even larger audience across the southwest! This podcast had a stron…
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After losing 12 seniors to graduation last year, the Cavemen basketball team has something to prove. Led by seniors, Garren Gossett & Sam Gee, the Cavemen are looking to continue to improve through the regular season in time to make a statement in district. In this episode we discuss basketball kicks, pre-game rituals, the art of taking charges, fa…
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Physical Therapist, Ben Freston, joined the podcast to discuss all different kinds of recovery methods. From the most tried and true treatments, to the newest trends in sports. He explains the ACL reconstruction procedure and his thoughts on the best timetable for an athlete to return to the playing field or court. Also, what athletes all across th…
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Dads need representation in a world that makes it almost a running meme. Bart Szaniewski, co-founder of Dad Gang Co. joins the podcast to discuss the best year of being in the hat business, or better yet - the dad business! We got a chance to touch on the feeling of fatherhood, the connection it can bring for men in all walks of life, and even the …
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Ryan Honeycutt and Joey Aguilar have worked hard to reach the peak of slowpitch softball. Known for their powerful slowpitch softball swings, they give us insight on what it's like to face off against pro-level slowpitch pitchers and staying relevant at the most competitive tournaments. From contract, paid travel, and entry fees to the struggle of …
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Youth sports are changing all over the country. From female participation hitting an all-time high to baseball becoming a sport you basically need to pay to play, we had Bruce Daughtry and Jeremy Molinar join the podcast to discuss all aspects of sports at the youth level. We touch on the intense moments, why Little League has to make changes to su…
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Trevor Rogers has been a Rookie of the Year finalist, MLB All-Star, and a strong starting pitcher for the Miami Marlins in his young career. In 2024, he aims to make waves on the mound once again after suffering back-to-back injuries in 2023 that put him out for much of the year. Rogers will come into the 2024 MLB season at full strength in his fir…
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Coach Tim Campos has had a huge impact on baseball players all over New Mexico for the last 10+ years. He has worked with high school, college, and professional level athletes to give them the tools to grow in the sport. Coach Campos has become one with baseball innovation as he constantly works with new technology, training techniques, and clinics…
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In this podcast, we're going to take a look at 10 ways to punish Chris "Mad Dog" Russo for saying he will retire if the D-Backs make the World Series. Chances are, he won't keep his word - so we break down what he can do to make it up to the Arizona Diamondbacks fans. Side Note: We couldn't be more excited to watch the 2023 World Series between the…
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In this week's podcast, we sit down with Coach Cale Sanders to discuss the upcoming game between the Carlsbad Cavemen and their rivals, the Hobbs Eagles. With the game taking place on the road, the Cavemen are more motivated than ever to come out with a win on Friday. Coach Sanders shares his plans to add team chemistry in the offseason, emphasizin…
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In this interview, Carlsbad High School Football Coach Sanders discusses the team's preparations for their upcoming Week 10 game against Las Cruces and the potential of making the playoffs. He shared his expectations for his boys and some of the things they need to avoid. We have a little extra fun with modern slang, the most memorable practice dur…
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Music is a staple in sports, but sometimes it might just take the team a little too far... This week we discuss music in sports, this generation's slang terms, Carlsbad's chances going forward, and what it means to be a team guy. PS What does football weather mean to you? Presented by Tate Branch | Produced by Aaron Gonzales AllSportsBest.com…
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Former big leaguer, Erik Kratz, joined us for this episode of the podcast to cover the 2023 MLB Postseason thus far including Kershaw's worst outing and who you would pick to lead your team on a playoff run. Erik spent most of his career moving from team to team, so he has plenty of experience in different organizations including a couple from this…
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Coming off of a bye week, the Carlsbad Cavemen feel rested and ready to take on their most important challenge yet - district. Coach Sanders discusses how he plans to get players to buy back in halfway through the season, creating plays inspired by other teams, his love for fishing, and even the relatability of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce. Presen…
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When you think of an MLB team, you typically think of the players and coaching staff. It goes a whole lot deeper than that for a franchise to find success. We dive into the world of professional athletic training at the highest level within an organization on the brink of a playoff appearance. Taylor Bennett tells us about big league dining, clubho…
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Going into Week 5 against the 4-0 Roswell Coyotes, Coach Sanders talks about getting his team up for the challenge, motivation from within, and trusting his top leaders to get the job done offensively each week. We dive into the landscape of college football, an inspiring story of Terrell Davis, and, of course, more football movie talk. Join this w…
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Sponsored By Tate Branch This week's podcast notes: What is the best football movie of all time? Coach Sanders and Trey don't have making answers. We recap the Volcano Vista 28-7 loss on the road and how the team bonded. Defensive standouts and what to expect going into week 4 against an 0-3 Clovis Wildcats team. Also, WHAT'S YOUR FOOTBALL PET PEEV…
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This week’s podcast notes: Cavemen football coach, Cale Sanders, determined to revitalize the program, embarked on a mission to rebrand the team with a fresh logo. With renewed confidence and a renewed sense of purpose going into Week 2, the Cavemen fought for an early lead and ultimately beat Goddard to put their record at 1-1. This marked the fir…
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Faith Aragon could very well go down as the best Cavegirl softball player of all time. She was a leader both offensively and defensively while helping to lead her team to back-to-back championships. Faith tells us about her excitement for the next level, her routine when under pressure, which award meant the most to her, and much more!…
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Just a couple of years after being drafted, Mickey Jannis was let go by the Tampa Bay Rays and decided to reinvent himself as a baseball player. His story might be as unconventional as his pitching style. Don't miss out on this episode as we dive into the mind of one of the world's best knuckleball pitchers!…
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Tylen Gonzalez is a dual-sport athlete with tremendous potential. Standing at 6' 6", he will be heading to Tucson in 2023 to compete at the Division 1 level. He tells us all about the work he's put in, the recruitment trip experience, and much more! We're excited to see the hard work he's put in pay off this year on the football field and then on t…
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Hallee Smith has had great success on multiple social media platforms as an influencer and an exciting content creator. Hallee has branded herself as a multi-passionate influencer so she doesn't have to box herself into one specific category. She jumped on the podcast to talk about what sports have done for her career, how she learned to keep from …
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Alexa Dugan put a ton of work into becoming one of the best soccer players in Carlsbad High School history. Her efforts paid off in the form of dozens of awards including multiple 1st Team All-State selections, Gatorade Player of the Year, State Champion, and much more! She has chosen West Texas A&M to continue her athletic career. After a career t…
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Grant Harvill is one of the most determined athletes we've had a chance to have on the show. From a relief pitcher with very little at-bats in 2021 to the on-base percentage leader on the team, starting pitcher, and strong point in the #1 seeded Cavemen lineup, he has come a long way! This week Grant and the Cavemen prepare for the highly anticipat…
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Jessica Munro worked hard in the offseason to strengthen her body and her game. Now she leads the #1 seeded Cavegirls as they head to Albuquerque to compete for a state title. It's no wonder she is going to be playing softball at the next level! Munro was also a large part of the first ever Cavegirls Soccer state championship team. She was a skille…
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As a kid, Ramon Loya used to watch in awe of the Friday night lights in Carlsbad, New Mexico. He looked up to the players that wore blue and marveled at the silver helmets they took the field in. Years later, Ramon finished up his senior season and signed with the Amherst College Mammoths to pursue his football career and trade his threads for purp…
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The card hobby has exploded into popularity over the past two years even more than ever! Se_one of 777 Breaks joined Trey on the podcast to discuss what a card break is and why it is such an easy way to jump into the collecting game. On this episode we get insight on why the Honus Wagner card is so valuable, the origin story of 777 Breaks, building…
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Sean Brown has been working hard to continue pursuing his athletic career. After a successful career at Mississippi Valley State, he has become the first center drafted to the USFL Stars! As this new league kicks off it's first season since 1985, Sean is looking to take advantage of his opportunity and be the best teammate he can be. You're going t…
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Signing to your dream school is something people hope to do their entire young life, Nolan Perry made it happen with the help of his impressive baseball skillset. This smooth righty is looking to put Carlsbad on the map even more as he climbs the ladder to Division 1 competition following his senior year. We want to wish Nolan and the Cavemen the b…
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Trevor Rogers was drafted in the 1st round by the Miami Marlins out of high school in 2017. He has since climbed to the big leagues, become an MLB all-star, been nominated for Rookie of the Year, and become a marquee player in Miami. Trey sat down with Trevor to pick his brain about what it was like to be a rookie, some of the non-essentials he tak…
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Wiffleball is a great childhood sport, but what happens when you play that backyard game when you're older? Try better fields, more competition, and nasty pitches worth a video replay! Patrick Baalman started NWA and it has continued growing with around 40 players, more YouTube subscribers, and 6 fields! This podcast is a must listen as we explore …
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Many of us have felt the pain of having to discontinue the sport we love. Some big league clubs treat baseball as a business and others, like the Kansas City Royals, want to make sure that the transition from baseball to a player's post-athletic career is as easy as possible. Matt Morizio is a mentor in the Royals' organization meant to help athlet…
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When times get tough, how do you bounce back? Patrick Bolanos took time out of his busy schedule to discuss his mindset toward reaching his goals and getting passed a low point in his life to grow an extremely successful food trailer business. This episode is loaded with great advice, tips on being a better you, book recommendations, and motivation…
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LOCAL SPORTS ARE BACK! Carlsbad is excited to get back into the swing of things. We talk about the diversity players/students faced, adjustments made, and the excitement for the season to come! Coach Bradley - 0:00 Coach Long - 15:30 Coach Guevara - 23:00 Coach Niemeier - 36:35 Give us a review! That would be great!…
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Capital High School football stand out, Luke Padilla, has worked hard to have as much success off the field as he's had on the field. As he heads into a world of uncertainty that is his senior season of high school he has worked harder than ever. He recently committed to play football at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO and has his eyes set on an …
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