I'm in my 39th year of broadcasting on radio and television. Prior to joining 92.9 The Ticket in November 2012, I spent 16 years at WLBZ-TV (NBC Affiliate) in Bangor, Maine. My television experience included three years as a news reporter/anchor and 13 years as sports director/anchor. In 1993, I moved to WZON (AM620) in Bangor as sports/program director and created Maine’s first all-sports radio station. WZON was twice named Maine Associated Press Station of The Year. Along with my broadcasting duties, I am an adjunct instructor at the Husson University New England School of Communications in Bangor teaching Intro to Sports Journalism. I'm honored to have been named Maine Sportscaster of The Year six times, along with 13 AP Best Radio Sportscast awards, 12 AP/MAB Best Radio Play-by-Play awards, eight AP/MAB Best TV Play-by-Play awards and six AP/MAB Best TV Sportscast awards. My community volunteering includes president of Bangor East Little League, Senior League World Series opening ceremony committee chair, honorary member of the UMaine Black Bear Club, board of directors Maine Basketball Hall of Fame and member of the Jay Ramsdell Scholarship committee. I am from Houlton, Maine and a Ricker College graduate. My wife Nora and I reside in Bangor with our five children.
Celtics Lose To Wizards [VIDEO]
The Boston Celtics continue to limp to the regular season finish line, losing in Washington last night, 113-101. Make it four losses in their last five games.
Betts Leads Sox In 14-1 Rout Of Yanks [VIDEO]
Score the Red Sox vs Yankees round one a TKO for Boston. A 14-1 rout at Fenway Park with Mookie Betts delivering the knockout punch.
Maine’s Gatorade Player of the Year
Houlton High School standout senior has added 2017-18 Maine Gatorade Player of the Year to her resume.
Stewart, Polar Bears Will Play For Nat’l Title
The Bowdoin College Polar Bears will play of the NCAA Division III National Championship Saturday night after dominating Wartburg College (Iowa) 90-62 in the national semi-final Friday night.
Lewis To Sign With Titans [VIDEO]
First it was Danny Amendola, then it was Malcolm Butler, now it's Dion Lewis...all leaving Foxboro for bigger bucks in free agency.
Awards Continue For Worcester, Anderson
Husson University guards Raheem Anderson and Kenzie Worcester continue to pile up the post season accolades.
Bouchard, Moss Win Top Awards
Houlton's Kolleen Bouchard and Portland's Terion Moss won the big awards at the 38th annual McDonald's Senior All Star banquet Friday night in Bangor.
Bouchard, Wheaton Miss Basketball Finalists
Five of the six finalists for the Mr. and Miss Maine Basketball Awards are from North Region teams - Ian McIntyre, Taylor Schildroth, Terion Moss, Kolleen Bouchard and Emily Wheaton.
Eagan 61st In Olympic 7.5km Sprint Event
Maine's only female competitor at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, Clare Egan from Cape Elizabeth, has finished in 61st place in her first event. The women's 7.5km Biathlon Sprint
Blodgett Headlines MBHOF Class Of ’18
No name is more synonymous with basketball in Maine than the name Cindy Blodgett. In her first year of eligiblity, Blodgett will be inducted into the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame as part of a 16 member Class of 2018.