I'm currently in my 8th year of broadcasting in radio in the state of Maine. Prior to joining the team at 92.9 The Ticket in April 2016, I served as the executive producer and co-host of the Downtown with Rich Kimball radio show in Bangor, ME. In addition I have also served as the play by play voice for UMaine Softball for the past five years, play-by-play for UMaine men's and women's basketball on ESPN3, and previously was the engineer for live UMaine sports broadcasts. I graduated from the University of Maine in 2011 with a Broadcast Journalism degree. During my time at UMaine, I ran the sports department on the radio station WMEB 91.9 FM and broadcast football, basketball, hockey, and baseball games. I graduated from Ellsworth High School and grew up with my parents David and Jane, who are both educators in the community. I'm an avid sports, music, and television fan and can often be found at concerts. Currently I reside in Brewer with my dog Corbin.
Back-To-Back State Titles For MCI Huskies
The Maine Central Institute Huskies won their second title in as many years by beating the Cape Elizabeth Capers in the Class C State Title game in Orono by a score of 30-13.
Pedroia Has Surgery, Out Indefinitely
Dustin Pedroia had off-season surgery to repair his left knee Wednesday and will likely miss the start of the 2018 season.
Late KC Rally Drops Sox [VIDEO]
The Boston Red Sox struggles continued into the series finale versus the Kansas City Royals on Sunday afternoon.
Sandoval Designated For Assignment
The signing of Pablo Sandoval with the Boston Red Sox did not end as expected as the team designated the third baseman for assignment on Friday morning.
Two Straight Losses For Sox [VIDEO]
The Boston Red Sox have now lost two straight games as the team fell to the Tampa Bay Rays by a score of 4-1.
GSA’s Schildroth Looks To Replicate Success in ’17 [VIDEO]
The George Stevens Academy boys’ basketball team had a great season in 2015-16, helped out by the efforts of Taylor Schildroth, who entered just his second season at the high school level at the time. The Eagles had a 17-1 regular season record and took home the gold ball for the first time since 2003 after a run in the post-season.
Farrell To Return For 2017 Season [VIDEO]
Dave Dombrowski, the President of Baseball Operations with the Boston Red Sox, met with the media on Tuesday afternoon and reiterated his confidence in manager John Farrell. Dave Dombrowski leads off his press conference today saying John Farrell will return as #RedSox Manager in 2017 #WBZ pic.twitter.com/bhXUVaTvhi — Joe Giza (@JoeGiza) October 11, 2016 Dombrowski said that Farrell would return t
‘Simpsons’ Take On Boston Sports In New Episode [VIDEO]
The Simpsons are taking to the road and will be bringing the animated series to Beantown on Sunday night with an episode titled "The Town". The new episode, that will premiere on Sunday night after football on FOX, will center its whole story line around the city of Boston as the Simpson family heads to the capital of Massachusetts. The description for the episode lists Bart’s rooting fo
Red Sox Announce 2017 Schedule
Though the Red Sox are still in the thick of a pennant race, Major League Baseball announced the schedule for the 2017 season on Wednesday afternoon. For the first time since the 2010 season, the Sox will open the year at Fenway Park as they welcome the Pittsburgh Pirates for a three game series starting on April 3rd...
Sox Offensive Woes Continue In SD [VIDEO]
The Boston Red Sox could not produce enough runs for the second consecutive game as they fell in the series opener versus the San Diego Padres on Monday by a score of 2-1.