• The Sports Democracy

    Callers are ALWAYS encouraged during this high-energy sports talk show. Paul Roberts covers the Phillies, Eagles, Flyers, and Sixers as well as the professional sports teams in Reading and local high school sports. Don’t miss the weekly “Roberts Rankings” for high school football and basketball. The show is informative, entertaining, and free of “homerism.”

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    Barry Hanrahan-Flyers

    Click here for the Podcast with Barry Hanrahan: Flyers assistant general manager Barry Hanrahan attended the Reading Royals’ annual town hall meeting.  He told WEEU’s Paul Roberts about some of the Flyers’ top prospects including Nolan Patrick, the second overall pick in this year’s NHL draft.  Hanrahan also discussed Muhlenberg graduate Steven Swavely who had […]

    Matt Bauer-Exeter Football

    Click here for the Podcast with Matt Bauer: Exeter has set a school record by qualifying for the District 3 football playoffs in six straight seasons.  The Eagles won eight games last year.  Brandon Unterkoefler, Nick Sarangoulis, Matt Feeney, and Shane McGarry are back in 2017.  Exeter head coach Matt Bauer talked to WEEU’s Paul […]

    “Roberts Rankings” – H.S. Football

    Here are the “Roberts Rankings” for Berks County high school football:   Big Schools: 1. Wilson                (0-0) 2. Gov. Mifflin       (1-0) 3. Exeter                 (0-0) 4. Muhlenberg       (1-0)   Small Schools: 1. Berks Catholic   […]

    Rick Keeley-Berks Catholic Football

    Click here for the Podcast with Rick Keeley: The Berks Catholic football team won 12 games and a District 3 championship last year.  The Saints reached the state semifinals in Class 4A.  Berks Catholic has several talented players returning this season including Cooper Lutz, Brandon George, Terry Derr, Tre Dabney, Trevor Leamer, and John Blanco. […]

    “Roberts Rankings” – H.S. Football

    Here are the preseason “Roberts Rankings” for Berks County high school football:   Big Schools: 1. Wilson               (12-2)          Records are from last year 2. Gov. Mifflin      (10-2) 3. Exeter                (8-3) 4. Muhlenberg      (4-6) […]

    Doug Dahms-Wilson Football

    Click here for the Podcast with Doug Dahms: Wilson football coach Doug Dahms enters this season with a record of (129-20).  His winning percentage is the highest in Berks County football history.  WEEU sports director Paul Roberts got a preview of the 2017 Bulldogs from coach Dahms.  They discussed Wilson’s 64-game league winning streak, Iggy […]

    Bob Wolfrum-Wyomissing Football

    Click here for the Podcast with Bob Wolfrum: Wyomissing football coach Bob Wolfrum enters this season with 282 wins, the most in Berks County history.  WEEU’s Paul Roberts covered a variety of topics with coach Wolfrum including all-state defensive back De’Shaun Wilson, recent NFL draft pick Alex Anzalone, the Berks Catholic-Wyomissing rivalry, and the new […]

    Mick Vecchio-Gov. Mifflin Football

    Click here for the Podcast with Mick Vecchio: Jeff Lang guided the Gov. Mifflin football team to a 10-2 record and the Section 1 championship in the Berks Football League in 2016.  Longtime head coach Mick Vecchio is back this year after dealing with some health issues.  He is the winningest football coach in Mustangs’ […]

    WEEU-2017 H.S. Football Schedule

    Here is the 2017 High School Football schedule on WEEU-830AM and weeu.com: Friday, August 25-Wyomissing at Pottsville     (6:40pm air time) Friday, September 1-Wilson at Gov. Mifflin     (6:40pm) Friday, September 8-Berks Catholic at Conrad Weiser     (6:40pm) Saturday, September 9-Muhlenberg at Wyomissing     (1:10pm) Friday, September 15-Central Dauphin at Wilson […]

    Jack Gulati-Reading Royals

    Click here for the Podcast with Jack Gulati: The Reading Royals have added AHL Hall of Fame executive Doug Yingst to their organization.  Yingst led the Hershey Bears to four Calder Cup championships from 1996 through 2016.  He will serve as the Royals’ special adviser for hockey operations and work alongside general manager Ray Melcher. […]