The printed Crunch Weekly is is available to the public at the participating high schools and various partner businesses throughout CrunchLand.
In 2023, in the Roanoke area, pick up a copy of the Crunch at – The Salem Civic Center, Bellacino’s on Starkey Road or in Daleville, The Dogwood Restaurant on East Lee Avenue in Vinton, Haley Toyota on Courtland Road in Downtown Roanoke, Sports Haven on Williamson Road in the Hollins or on Main Street in Salem (across from the Farmers Market), Virginia Furniture’s Market stores in Bedford, Rocky Mount, and Christiansburg. Ginger’s Jewelry, The Myrias Group in Roanoke, Guaranteed Rate Mortgage, on the Campus of Western Virginia Community College in Roanoke (workout gym and student common area), River Ridge Dermatology (South Roanoke near Carilion, Lewis Gale Clinic in Salem with more to come.
In Lynchburg, Virginia Furniture’s Market store and the Shell/Burger King in Bedford, Central Va Oral & Facial Surgery Office (Wyndhurst), all LaCaretta Mexican Restaurants (Forest, Timberlake Rd, Langhorne Rd, Madison Heights (2), and Rustburg), W&W Novelty on Lakeside Drive, JoJo’s Pizza’s and Grinders on Lakeside Drive across from Lynchburg University, and Rustburg Food Lion. We are adding more pickup locations all the time.
In the New River Valley – pick up the Crunch at Macado’s in Radford or Christiansburg, Virginia Furniture Market in Christiansburg, River Ridge Dermatology in Christiansburg, Steve Newberry Ford in Pearisburg, River Ridge Dermatology and Grants Supermarket in Narrows, The Corner Market in Rich Creek, the Country Market in Fort Chiswell, Skeeters Hot Dogs in Wytheville, Food City (Back on the meat counter) in Wytheville and Galax, County Line Cafe, Food City and Macado’s in Galax, Food Lion (front office) in Hillsville and the Food Lion (front circular stand on bottom) in Floyd with more locations to come.
Crunch continues to expand and add more schools, as well as other sports. This year you will be able to follow Roanoke area boys & girls basketball, as well as wrestling on the Crunch website, and featured on CrunchTIME radio. We plan to produce a few TV games/matches of the week as well. In the spring we’ll cover best matchups in the spring sports in and around the Roanoke Valley. Crunch is and always will be a work in progress.
Input from coaches, players, and fans helps to make it ever changing for the better. Thanks to everyone who has made Crunch what it is today – Students, Athletes, Coaches, Parents, Athletic Directors, School Administrators and high school football fans. Your support keeps Crunch alive and growing. Crunch On!