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I have been at FOX6 since September 1990 and have enjoyed every minute of it.

Growing up in West Bend, I never would have believed that I would get the chance to cover events such as Super Bowls and Final Fours and Major League playoff games and NASCAR events as a Milwaukee sportscaster. In between, there have been so many feature stories with folks who excel far from the spotlight.

With continually evolving technology, there are more and more exciting ways to share those stories. This job is never the same from day to day, which is one of the reasons it is so much fun.

Thanks for letting me be a part of your viewing experience.


Recent Articles
  • NY2LA Summer Jam

    College basketball recruiting in 2016 includes players, coaches, scouts and social media

    MEQUON — When it comes to college basketball, there has always been interest in the recruiting process, and which players may be coming in to help the team. Nowadays, fans have a much more informed view on who those prospects are. The NY2LA Summer Jam has grown in popularity and certainly, stature over the past decade. Many of the top high school basketball players in the country come together under one roof at Homestead High School along with some interested observers. […]

  • Rick Riehl

    WCSS basketball camps at Concordia continue, without Rick Riehl: “He’s looking down on his legacy”

    MEQUON — It is business as usual for the basketball camps at Concordia University this summer, but then again, it isn’t business as usual at all. Rick Riehl has received some heartfelt honors over the last year — recognizing his many contributions to the local sports scene. Unfortunately, Riehl isn’t around to enjoy the recognition. “He was a people person, a pleaser. A great man. A great coach,” Troy Riehl, Rick Riehl’s son said. “He will be a part of my […]

  • Jimmy Paley, Skip Kendall

    One played golf, the other, tennis — but it was Little League that helped their life-long friendship develop

    A friendship blossomed out of competition for Skip Kendall and Jimmy Paley. They met long before each reached the highest level of their sport — Kendall in golf, and Paley in tennis. That meeting sparked a friendship that continues to grow. Competing as an individual in sports like golf or tennis can be lonely at times — but that’s never really been the case for Paley or Kendall. That’s because they’ve had each other for most of their lives. “Both […]

  • Madison Long

    “I like working hard:” Five-year-old Cedarburg girl breaks pull-up world record

    GERMANTOWN — A little girl from Cedarburg stands tall when it comes to doing pull-ups. In fact, she is a world record holder. The fact that Madison Long has done something special is not surprising to her parents. “She’s always been awesome. She’s the type of child that forces you to be a good parent, in your face like watch, watch, watch. She always has to show you something,” said Safiyah Long, Madison’s mom. When you throw an infant in the […]

  • Alex Hornibrook

    “Been pushing all spring:” Wisconsin’s Alex Hornibrook vying for starting quarterback position

    MADISON– Don’t look now but the college football season is less than two months away. A Major League Baseball announcer is keeping his eye on the Wisconsin Badgers, and one player in particular — even as he does his job in the broadcast booth this summer. Either Bart Houston or Alex Hornibrook will be the starting quarterback at the University of Wisconsin this fall. Whoever wins the positional derby will have to replace Joel Stave, the school’s all-time “winningest” quarterback. […]

  • IndyCar racing at Road America

    IndyCar racing returns to Road America, and the fans couldn’t get enough!

    PLYMOUTH — It took a long time for open-wheel racing to return to Road America, but if Sunday, June 26th was any indication, the series will come speeding back. The racing world came to Sheboygan County this weekend, with the Verizon IndyCar Series playing the role of headliner. Elite, open-wheel racing returned for the first time since 2007. “It’s huge. I remember back in the mid-90s, this place was just packed. IndyCar, this is where it’s supposed to be,”a fan […]

  • Green Bay Packers

    Who needs a break? Some Packers players take advantage of rare month off

    GREEN BAY — Green Bay Packers players have taken part in individual position workouts, a rookie orientation camp, organized team activities, and a mandatory minicamp in what is still called the “off season.” There isn’t much chance to get out of shape anymore, or even get away from the game — except for right now. From the end of minicamp on June 16th until the players have to report for Training Camp on July 25th, there is a window of […]

  • Kohler Grand Prix

    Indy series back at Elkhart Lake: Will Power wins inaugural Kohler Grand Prix

    PLYMOUTH — The inaugural Kohler Grand Prix brought the Indy series back to Elkhart Lake on Sunday, June 26th. Will Power, who had won previously at the Milwaukee Mile was the pole sitter and that would suit him well. He dominated the field throughout the race, leading 46 of the 50 laps and winning — seemingly easily. Tony Kanaan finished a distant second, followed by Graham Rahal and then Ryan Hunter-Reay. Sometimes things happen in the course of a race. […]

  • Northwoods League -- Kapco Park in Mequon

    Northwoods League: College athletes from near and far play baseball at Kapco Park; “Great way to spend the summer”

    MEQUON — When a couple of local baseball players head back to college in the fall, they’ll have plenty of material if they’re asked to write an essay entitled: “What I did during my summer vacation.” Homecoming is usually associated with football in the fall, but for a couple of Lakeshore Chinooks, it involved baseball in the summer. “It really does. It does feel like a homecoming,” Luke Sommerfeld said. Sommerfeld, from Brookfield, pitches for Saint Louis University, while Owen Miller […]

  • Milwaukee Bucks3

    “We are thrilled:” Milwaukee Bucks launch new charitable foundation

    MILWAUKEE — June is a very big month for the Milwaukee Bucks. They will break ground on a new arena, they’re getting some new players through the draft, and they also have started a new charitable foundation. “Own the Future” has been the Bucks slogan the past year, as the young team homes to be building towards a championship team. Now the organization is also hoping to help the future off the court. “Today, we are thrilled to launch the […]

  • Montgomery family

    “I always wanted brothers:” Packers WR Ty Montgomery’s mother has raised 17 foster children

    MILWAUKEE — Green Bay Packers wide receiver Ty Montgomery was an only child growing up. That is, until third grade, when he told his mom he wanted brothers. Since then, his mother has served as a foster parent for 17 children. In Milwaukee on May 25th, some kids were trying their best to reach the top of a rock wall — and they were getting plenty of support. They were reaching for the top in much the same way Montgomery […]

  • Cardinals Elimination Contest at The Suburban Bourbon

    Unique baseball-related competition at Muskego bar: “Who doesn’t like rooting against the Cardinals?”

    MUSKEGO — There’s a restaurant and bar in Muskego that’s known for a few things: the food, the bourbon and other drinks, the music — and something else. “We really want to do something positive that everyone could support, like rooting against the Cardinals. Who doesn’t like to do that?” Pete Karas, owner of The Suburban Bourbon said. People at The Suburban Bourbon have been doing as much cheering for the Brewers as they have against the team from St. […]

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