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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.

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  • Kevon Looney

    After one year of college, Kevin Looney gears up for NBA Draft: “I think I’m as ready as I can be for a 19-year-old”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Of all the unexpected things that could occur in this year’s NBA Draft, a local teenager winding up with a local team is a possibility. Kevon Looney has seen his hometown Milwaukee Bucks select teenagers in the last two NBA Drafts. Both Giannis Antetokounmpo and Jabari Parker are well on their way to promising professional careers, which is in part why 19-year-old Looney put himself in this year’s draft pool after only one year in college. “I think […]

  • J.P. Tokoto

    J.P. Tokoto, standout at Menomonee Falls expects to hear name called in NBA Draft, maybe in the first round

    CHICAGO (WITI) — The NBA Draft will be held next month and a local product fully expects to hear his name called. After all, he’s quite used to being in the spotlight as he has moved up in his career. J.P. Tokoto is a jaw dropper. At Menomonee Falls High School, he set a dozen school records, including career scoring, and he did it with flair. Understandably, he was a high-profile recruit and even declared his intention to play at […]

  • Craig Counsell

    Brewers new manager Craig Counsell seeks different vibe: “We’re going to try to be better teammates”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — For  many years, the Boston Red Sox were described as 25 guys, 25 cabs. In other words, each guy did his own thing and there was no teamwork in place. Perhaps not coincidentally, those Red Sox teams didn’t win. The new Milwaukee Brewers manager is seeking a different vibe in Milwaukee. Craig Counsell had a lot of things on his to-do list when he took over as manager of the Brewers, including an often-overlooked idea. “We’re going […]

  • Kyle Sebetic

    Packers S Kyle Sebetic, Kenosha Tremper standout, “living in the moment,” thrilled to be in Green Bay

    GREEN BAY (WITI) — The Green Bay Packers first and second-round draft choices this year are defensive backs, but they aren’t the only secondary hopefuls with plenty of fans rooting for them to succeed. The eight members of this year’s Packers draft class know that the team wants them, at least to some degree. After going through Training Camp last summer with the Giants, safety Kyle Sebetic knows he has no such reassurance. “When you’re in a position like me, […]

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    Sports celebrities walk the blue carpet at Wisconsin Sports Awards, Badgers are “Team of the Year”

    KOHLER (WITI) — It is not easy to get the likes of Herbert Kohler, Barry Alvarez, Jason Kidd and Rob Jeter in one place at the same time, but those stars were out Thursday night, May 7th — and they had company at the Wisconsin Sports Awards program. This year, the Wisconsin Sports Awards were held at The Beacon in Kohler — a different venue and a different dynamic but the same event. If you’re a celebrity when you put your foot on […]

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    “Oh that was fun!” Badgers men’s basketball team honored for Final Four showing at Miller Park

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It was a pretty big night Monday, May 4th at Miller Park with Brewers Craig Counsell managing his very first game. Counsell was announced as the Brewers new manager Monday — with a three-year deal. It was also a night to honor the Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team after another Final Four season. The Badgers’ sea of red was better received at Miller Park than say the St. Louis Cardinals’ red! “It never stops. We were joking […]

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    Brewers fall again, 9-6 at Cincinnati

    CINCINNATI — The Brewers fell for the 16th time in their first 20 games on Monday night.  The Reds beat Milwaukee 9 to 6 at Great American Ballpark. Brewers starter Jimmy Nelson was off his preferred game, allowing 7 runs (6 earned) in 2 1/3 innings pitched. Nelson walked 5 Reds and threw a pair of wild pitches. Jean Segura had a two- run single off Aroldis Chapman in the ninth inning, but that’s as close as the visitors could […]

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    Bucks beat Bulls, extend playoff series

    MILWAUKEE — The Bucks season isn’t over yet. Milwaukee won its second consecutive elimination game on Monday night in Chicago, 94 – 88 to force Game Six in their best-of-seven series Thursday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Michael Carter-Williams dominated Derrick Rose on both ends of the court, finishing with 22 points, while Khris Middleton added 21, 13 of them coming in the first quarter. The  Bulls made only 34 percent of their shots from the floor as […]

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    “We’ve gotten better each game:” With one ‘W’ over the Bulls, Bucks hope momentum continues

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — On Monday night, April 27th, the Milwaukee Bucks’ season could come to an end — but the team is proving that it isn’t satisfied just moving up from the worst team in the NBA to a .500 record. On Saturday night, the Bucks were teetering between elimination due to missed opportunities and posting their first playoff win in five seasons. They “went to Jared,” and now they are going to Game 5 in Chicago.  Dudley’s inbounds pass […]

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    Bucks push Bulls, but lose in double overtime

    MILWAUKEE — The Bucks put forth a sensational effort Thursday night but came up on the losing end of a 113-106 double overtime decision against the Bulls in the NBA Playoffs.  The loss puts Milwaukee in an 0-3 hole with game four scheduled for Saturday afternoon. Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 25 points.  Khris Middleton shot them back into the game late in the fourth quarter, although he did miss a potential game-winner at the end of regulation.  OJ […]

  • Kyle Lohse

    Brewers snap skid, win 4-2

    MILWAUKEE — The Brewers doubled up the Reds on Thursday afternoon at Miller Park, 4-2 to snap their eight game losing streak.  Kyle Lohse earned his first win of the season by pitching seven strong innings.  Jonathan Broxton and Francisco Rodriguez worked in relief of Lohse. Milwaukee got home runs from Adam Lind and Aramis Ramirez in prevailing for the first time since April 13. Next up for the Crew is a weekend home series against St. Louis.

  • Milwaukee Brewers

    Brewers drop eighth straight game, 2-1

    MILWAUKEE — Brewers owner Mark Attanasio flew into town on Wednesday and wound up seeing the worst team in the major leagues find a new way to lose.  Cincinnati pulled out a 2-1 decision in the ninth inning and will go for a four game sweep on Thursday afternoon. Jimmy Nelson settled down to allow only three hits and one run over eight innings, but he was gone in favor of Francisco Rodriguez for the ninth inning.  Rodriguez gave up […]

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