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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
  • “He’s given me a strong heart:” Former pro athlete’s organ donation saves life of baseball great

    MILWAUKEE — The organs of one former professional athlete end up saving the life of a baseball great. Now, that story might help in saving the lives of other people right here in Milwaukee. Rod Carew was one of the greats on the baseball field. A Hall of Fame player who also went on to do some coaching, including a two-year stint in Milwaukee as the Brewers hitting coach. But last year his life changed dramatically. “I always thought I was […]

  • From Bucks’ ball boy to usher: Kenneth Green has seen both the old and the new at the BMO Harris Bradley Center

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks are back in the NBA playoffs — allowing one local basketball observer to reminisce. There’s one guy at the BMO Harris Bradley Center who has a special relationship with the team’s past. Kenneth Green was the MVP of a Little League team in Milwaukee affiliated with the Bucks. His reward was getting to be a ball boy for a season when he was 12 years old. “It was awesome and I’m still tainted by it. I’m […]

  • Playing safe: High school baseball coaches, players adapting to new pitch-count rules

    BURGLINGTON — Baseball is one of the few sports where the defense starts the action. Nothing can happen until the pitcher throws the ball and this year, on the high school diamonds, there will be more focus than ever on the guys on the mound. They say every new season in sports is different and that definitely applies at Burlington High School, home of the defending state champions for spring baseball. For one thing, senior ace Jacob Lindemann won’t pitch all […]

  • “It’s a fun workout:” WAC in West Allis the epicenter for court sports like racquetball, handball

    WEST ALLIS — Find a racquetball enthusiast and you’ll wonder why the sport has fallen from its peak popularity of the early 1980s. “You burn about 800 calories an hour playing racquetball. I’d say it’s a fun workout,” Trish Beatty, WAC West Allis general manager said. “It’s a chess match at 100 miles-an-hour,” Jimmy Crawford said. “For singles, it’s a lot of mental toughness. For doubles, it’s a lot of camaraderie with your partner, a lot of hand-eye coordination, great footwork. […]

  • “So much fun:” Bucks legend Sidney Moncrief hosts Special Olympics basketball clinic at Homestead H.S.

    MEQUON  — Sidney Moncrief was a star on several very successful Milwaukee Bucks teams in the 1980s, but what he has been doing since his playing days is making him a star as well. “It’s so much fun,” Moncrief said. Moncrief recently returned to Wisconsin for an event he has been part of in the past, and he said he was more than happy to continue his involvement. “The Bucks give me the opportunity to come back but certainly the excitement that […]

  • “Doesn’t get any better:” UWM Panthers baseball team hitting the road for first 5 weeks of season

    MILWAUKEE — The fact that the college baseball season starts in February is a challenge if you go to school in Wisconsin, but the state’s only Division I program has made the necessary adjustments. The UW-Milwaukee Panthers will be the home team at the end of March — a true home team, not just batting second at a neutral field. For the first five-and-a-half weeks of the baseball season, they play away from Milwaukee. “It’s a blast, going out there […]

  • Slinger High School student-athletes read to kids to show them “how important it is”

    SLINGER — No matter what Charles Barkley thinks or says, many people, especially kids, see athletes as role models, so officials with the Slinger School District are using that to their advantage. Some Slinger High School athletes recently suited up — not for a game or competition, but to serve as role models to read. “We are reading to the little kids and just showing them that as athletes, your focus on your academics too and how important it is,” Hannah Strupp, […]

  • “Pretty cool!” Flat Out Friday event features motorcycle racing on Dr. Pepper soda syrup!

    MILWAUKEE — What do you get when you combine hundreds of motorcycles, concrete and some soda syrup? An event filled with high-speed action! “This motorcycle race definitely puts Milwaukee on the map. This is the biggest indoor flat track, maybe the biggest in the U.S.,” Scott Johnson, Flat Out Friday organizer said. More than 220 motorcycle racers from around the world recently converged on the BMO Harris Bradley Center for Flat Out Friday — indoor track racing on concrete with […]

  • “Best moment of my life!” Boy with rare condition gets to serve as basketball announcer for a night

    MUKWONAGO — It is rare that the person announcing the athletes is the center of attention during a game, but a sixth grader stole the spotlight from players during a high school basketball game. Basketball fans from two different schools recently cheered together. Green was the color of choice, even though both schools usually sport blue — and it was all because of Paul Koscinski. “It was cool!” Koscinski said of his opportunity to serve as a guest announcer. “To know […]

  • Garrett Madison with Madison Mountaineering puts together adventure packages to take people up Everest

    Getting to the top in any business can be a challenge, but one man has done so and is now enlisting local help to try a new venture. Every picture truly does tell a story for Garrett Madison. Imagine making your living literally taking people to the top of the world. “The people who climb with me are very motivated, Type A individuals — people that love to suffer, people who want to save up their vacation time, train, spend […]

  • “Giving for His Glory:” Basketball players at Trinity Lutheran School collect donations for charity

    RACINE — Assists are a big part of the game of basketball. A middle school girls team in Racine is learning about assisting others, and it’s bringing them closer together. The girls who play for Trinity Lutheran School‘s fifth and sixth grade basketball team in Racine know all about teamwork. They’re also proving to be an even better team off the court. The girls are paying it forward, and dedicating their season to those in need. “Before we started the […]

  • “It’s all about the kids:” Sussex Hamilton basketball coach’s son takes over after he suffers heart attack

    SUSSEX — When you’re a coach, you try to plan for just about every scenario on the court or field. However, an incident away from the gym has had a big impact on a Sussex high school coach and his team this season. It has been anything but a normal season for Andy Cerroni, Sussex Hamilton High School’s head boys basketball coach. “We knew we had a lot of questions to answer and a lot of uncertainty going into this […]