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KGCS-TV to Feature “MOShow” Sports Program

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KGCS-TV to Feature “MOShow” Sports Program

JOPLIN, MO (SNS) - KGCS-TV, in cooperation with the Athletic Department at Missouri Southern State University is presenting a weekly look at Southern sports on the program “MOShow.” The program features updates and news on Southern Athletics. It is hosted by Justin Maskus from the Athletic department and includes field reports from KGCS students.

It airs Wednesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. The Athletic Department also features the program on its website.

The first program, airing Sept. 11 and 12, covers football’s win, volleyball’s weekend at the Pittsburg State Invite, soccer’s opening home stand, golf at the Missouri Intercollegiate and cross country’s dual with Missouri and Arkansas in Fayetteville.

It also features Interim Volleyball Rachel Kirkman and Assistant Volleyball Coach Shea Brgoch. A new feature throughout the year on the program will be “Through the Eyes of a Lion.” The initial segment featured Soph. QB Jay McDowell.

KGCS programming may be seen over the air on digital channel 22 and on regional cable television systems. The station operates as a service of the Department of Communication at MSSU.

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