ATMC TV’s Game of the Week is back for another season!
Join Sam Hickman and Jay Combs for LIVE high school football, streaming on the ATMC Facebook page and ATMC TV Channel 3/HD 910.
|2021 ATMC-TV Game of the Week Schedule:|
|Bash at the Beach||August 13|
|Whiteville @ North Brunswick||August 20|
|Midway @ South Brunswick||August 27|
|Bunn @ North Brunswick||September 3|
|North Brunswick @ South Columbus||September 10|
|New Hanover @ South Brunswick||September 24|
|Laney @ West Brunswick||October 1|
|Topsail @ West Brunswick||October 8|
|West Brunswick @ North Brunswick||October 15|
|North Brunswick @ South Brunswick||October 22|
|South Brunswick @ West Brunswick||October 29|
Schedule subject to change.
Sam has served as the play-by-play commentator for ATMC TV Game of the Week since 2016.
After graduating from East Carolina University in May 2012, Sam returned to his hometown of Shallotte and began a career in the newspaper industry. After working for several years as a staff writer and sports editor for The Brunswick Beacon, Sam was promoted to managing editor before leaving the industry and accepting a job with Clayton Homes of Shallotte.
Sam married the love of his life, Maggie, in December 2013, and the couple has two children, 5-year-old son Huck and 3-year-old daughter Winnie. Sam and Maggie are actively involved in their church, Eastside Fellowship, and volunteer much of their time coaching a T-Ball team for Shallotte Dixie Youth Baseball.
Jay has served as game analyst for ATMC TV basketball and football broadcasts since 2013. This year marks Jay's 33rd year of sports broadcasting.
During a career that spans 4 decades, Jay has been a part of an estimated 1000 high school and collegiate sports telecasts. He was also a member of the “Cable Ace” award winning telecast team for the Baltimore Orioles Class A Minor League Baseball affiliate Frederick Keys. Jay was a freelance writing contributor for the ACC Basketball and BIG East Basketball Yearbooks. He was named Media Personality of the Year by the Baltimore Touchdown Club in 2007.
A native of Maryland, Jay and his wife Derrice have called Brunswick County NC home since 2004.