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2014 105.5 WCHX/chx105.com HS Football Broadcast Schedule (11-9-2014)
Friday Aug 30th vs Dubois, 7 PM
Friday Sept 5th vs Williamsport, 7 PM
Saturday Sept 13th @ Downingtown West´╗┐, 7 PM
Friday Sept 19th vs CD East, 7 PM
Friday Sept 26th at Carlisle, 7 PM
Friday Oct 3rd vs Chambersburg, 7 PM
Friday Oct 10th vs Cumberland Valley, 7 PM
Saturday Oct 18th at Harrisburg, 1 PM
Friday Oct 24th vs CD, 7 PM
Friday Oct 31st at State College, 7 PM

All broadcasts begin @ 6:30 PM with the Naylor and Associates Pre-Game Show.


105.5 WCHX High School Sports Sponsors (5-31-2015)
Naylor and Associates Financial Advisors (pre-game show)
Brian L. Christine Construction & Plastering
Amy Oden-Bitner State Farm (post-game show)
Valley Sports N Outdoors (halftime show)
Lewistown Florist
Smeltz & Aumiller Real Estate
Victory Auto
Wilson's Meats and Groceries
Angelo's Restaurant
Paul Kline Insurance
Central PA Dock and Door
Paul's Recycling
Ron's Fruit Market
Chris Warfel State Farm
Guss' Pizza
Gold Key Real Estate
M and J Fitness Studio (opening kick)
Hess Tire (drive of the game)
Vince's Pizza and Family Restaurant
Mifflin County Tomahawk Football
Diven's AC and Heating (game conditions)
S and S Trees, LLC
Milroy Door and Overhead Door Nittany Valley
Lewistown Cabinent Center
Bing's Diner
Ed's Trains and Repair
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Juniata Valley
Mike's OIP
Professional Opticians
mchuskies.com
Wilson's Body Shop
B's Screenprinting
Citizens Bank, Burnham



Sports Director Dave Burman (11-1-2014)
Dave, the Voice of Mifflin County Scholastic Sports, was born in Chester, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Nether Providence High School (which is now Strath Haven High School, a powerhouse in football and soccer) in Wallingford, PA (1976) and York College of Pennsylvania (1980).
Dave, who is in his 13th season as sports director for 105.5 WCHX, is an avid follower and website webmaster of his hometown Chester High School Clippers boys basketball program (8 state titles, 18 trips to the state championship game, 27 final-four appearances and an 82-percent winning percentage since 1940).




Dave's been in broadcasting since 1980.