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Live chat March 23: Jamestown's legacy, radio visit & Jimmer talk, All-WNY process, post-Harris Canisius football and a great first pitch for softball

There is now only one Western New York team left playing basketball, Jamestown is coming off a a great weekend proving itself at the Class AA final four in Glens Falls, and we had some pretty big football news break Tuesday afternoon.

Of course, it's also time to start the discussion about this year's All-Western New York boys hoop team, although I'll likely be quite tight-lipped about it when we get tonight's chat going at 9. 

I'll be taking a timeout from the chat at 9:30 p.m. to be a guest on The Late Nick Mendola program on WECK-AM (1230) so we'll go from typeing-chatting to talking-chatting and then back again. 

As always, anything in the world of high school sports -- or our coverage of it -- is up for discussion.

I promise I'll get to your question or comment in the chat -- but please be patient. It can get busy fielding all of the questions and I can only answer one at a time. And PLEASE don't enter your question/comment multiple times -- that only makes things more hectic.

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Here's the link to the audio from my visit on The Late Nick Mendola show.

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Note: During the chat, the Silver Hoops Classic all-star games but the location was incorrect. The games are Saturday at Grabiarz (see separate post for schedule).

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<a href="" _mce_href="" >Prep Talk live chat March 23</a>

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Previous chats from this winter season: last week (March 16 -- pre-Final Four), (March 9 -- pre-Far West Regionals), (March 2 -- after the Manhattan Cup and A-1 semifinals), Feb. 23 (prequarterfinal Wednesday), Feb. 17Feb. 9Feb. 2, Jan. 26, Jan. 19, Jan. 12, Jan. 5 (back from the break), Dec. 15 (from the Monsignor Martin-ECIC challenge), Dec. 9 (post-All-Western New York football discussion) and Dec.1.

You can check out the final live chat of the fall season -- as well as check out an archive of the 12 weekly discussions of the fall -- via our post of the Nov. 23 chat. For the super-chat-fan out there, this link takes you to the 2009-10 spring and winter archives.

As always, if you have a question but you won't be able to make the chat, post one in the comments section or email me and I'll do my best to address it.

---Keith McShea

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