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  • Carlisle Roddey returns to calling Chester football on the radio

    In this file video from October 2015, Carlisle Rodded talked about his return to radio before the Chester High School Cyclones' game against South Pointe. He missed one Chester High School game in 44 years of calling Cyclones football on the radio, but an infection caused him to miss the first two months of the 2015 season.

In this file video from October 2015, Carlisle Rodded talked about his return to radio before the Chester High School Cyclones' game against South Pointe. He missed one Chester High School game in 44 years of calling Cyclones football on the radio, but an infection caused him to miss the first two months of the 2015 season.
In this file video from October 2015, Carlisle Rodded talked about his return to radio before the Chester High School Cyclones' game against South Pointe. He missed one Chester High School game in 44 years of calling Cyclones football on the radio, but an infection caused him to miss the first two months of the 2015 season.

Lights return Friday night for high school football; longtime announcer Roddey on disabled list

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