I've lived in Maine basically my whole life, growing up in Livermore Falls and eventually moving to Gardiner, where I graduated high school in 2002. I attended NESCOM in Bangor, majoring in radio broadcasting while taking all the sports classes the school offered. After graduating from college, I spent the first part of my career working as a radio news anchor. I then switched to music, spending a few years as a DJ at Q106.5 in Bangor. In early 2018, I moved to Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket, which just like Q106.5, is owned by Townsquare Media and located in Brewer. I'm a sports fan, especially the Patriots and Celtics. I binge on Netflix and HBO. I probably spend too much time on my PS4, and I love music, especially country.
Connor Robertson Of Orono Earns Athlete Of The Week Honors
Orono's Connor Robertson has been named First National Bank High School Athlete of the Week.
HS Scoreboard: Wednesday, Dec. 12
Here's a look at scores from games played around the state on Wednesday, Dec. 12.
Pigskin Pick’em Winner: Week 14
We have a winner in this week's Pigskin Pick'em!
HS Scoreboard: Tuesday, Dec. 11
Here's a look at scores from games played around the state on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
HS Scoreboard: Monday, Dec. 10
Here's a look at scores from games played around the state on Monday, Dec. 10.
Voting Underway For High School Athlete Of The Week
Five are student-athletes have been nominated for First National Bank High School Athlete of the Week.
Tom Brady Sets NFL Record For Most Touchdown Passes
Tom Brady surpassed Peyton Manning for most touchdown passes in NFL history on Sunday.
HS Scoreboard: Saturday, Dec. 8
Here's a look at scores from games played around the state on Saturday, Dec. 8.
Bruins Snap Three-Game Skid, Beat Maple Leafs 6-3
Torey Krug scored his first goal of the season and added two assists as the Bruins ended a three-game losing streak with a 6-3 win against the Maple Leafs on Saturday.
Celtics Throttle Bulls, 133-77
Jaylen Brown led the way with 23 points and Daniel Theis added a career-high 22 as the Celtics cruised past the Bulls, 133-77, at United Center on Saturday night. It was Boston's fifth straight win and their largest margin of victory in franchise history.