Foster and Lane focus on southern West Virginia high schools and have been covering the recent boy's basketball seasons. "We have covered schools such as Scott, Logan, Lincoln County, and George Washington along with others. However we are always looking to expand our coverage in future seasons." Foster stated.
WVSN records all broadcasts and than uploads them through their website on a brief tape delay and all games from the past season are still up and available for viewing. "We have had the chance to cover some great games this year and it's been a great experience for us." said Lane.
However when asked about their biggest reward for covering games both Foster and Lane agree that its the kid's response to what they do. "We really feel like we are giving something back to them, something that they deserve." went on to say Foster who grew up in the area and was a football standout at Scott.
Lane on the other hand is new to the area as he was born and raised in a small rural community around Sugarcreek, Ohio. "While attending Alderson-Broaddus College I quickly realized how attached West Virginians were to their athletics and it was contagious I soon found myself with them."
After basketball season WVSN looks to cover both baseball and softball for local schools and also football in the fall. "We can't begin to say thank you enough to all of those who have helped get us started, we really believe that this is something that will grow over years to come." Foster concluded.
All broadcasts of every event are available in High-Def DVD format and can be purchased on www.wvsportsnet.com but all games are available for free of charge to view through their site in segments.