When it comes to me, I’m all about sports and always have been. Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve been fascinated with sports, its numbers, history, traditions and much more. Sure, there are other things I enjoy, but sports is what I’m about. I’ve been covering the local sports scene in Laramie for the past 20 years. That includes the fact that I’ve been blessed and humbled that I’m lucky enough to be the “voice of” the Laramie High School football and basketball, as well as Laramie Rangers legion baseball. In addition, I host the “Laramie Live on KOWB” radio morning show weekdays from 7-10 a.m. Besides sporting events, I like to relax by taking in movies, listening to music or just being with my family, which includes our dog. Truly, I’m pretty plain, but I say I’m just a sports geek.
Plainsmen Football is Already Preparing for 2018 [VIDEO]
The summer off-season is in full swing for the Laramie Plainsmen football team with the 2018 season less than two months away.
Naughty Pines Host Home Bout Saturday [VIDEO]
The home debut for the Naughty Pines Derby Dames roller derby team is Saturday at the Laramie Ice and Events Center.
Wyoming’s Ja’la Henderson Jumps at the NCAA Championships
The journey for Wyoming junior jump star Ja’la Henderson has landed her at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, OR.
Laramie Makes The Weather Channel
Rural parts of Albany County were hit with what turned in to a massive tornado Wednesday afternoon that did result in some property damage.
Mayor Summerville’s Visit Centers Around Laramie Streets [VIDEO]
Laramie Mayor Andrea Summerville revealed that the towns' roads are a big focus of the Laramie City Council.
Rangers Keep Rolling Thanks to Big Day Offensively
A pair of 10-run mercy rule victories helped the Laramie Rangers extend their winning to four straight Tuesday at Cowboy Field.
Laramie Colts Embark on a New Season
Summer collegiate baseball makes its Laramie debut Wednesday, as the Laramie Colts host the Rough Riders at Cowboy Field.
Marcus Harris Gets Nominated for College Football Hall of Fall
Former Wyoming All-American receiver and Biletnikoff Award winner Marcus Harris is back on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot for 2019.