I grew up in Riverton and began my radio career at KTAK/KVOW. I became the station's youngest Sports Director in history and was recognized by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters for 'Best Sports Coverage' in 2009. I spent three years in Las Vegas working at CBS, Beasley Broadcasting, and covering mixed martial arts before coming back to Wyoming. I am an avid fan of all sports, all music, and traveling to new places.
Wyoming SportsLine – Mark Branch
University of Wyoming wrestling had another great season, finishing #16 in the nation.
5 Reasons To Still Love The Pokes
Sure we're all frustrated with a tough first round loss - but at least they made it!
How Will You Catch The Pokes?
Friday should be considered a statewide holiday. In fact, I'm not sure why it hasn't been officially declared yet.
Wyoming SportsLine – Derek Cooke Jr.
Cowboy senior Derek Cooke Jr. joined Wyoming SportsLine on Tuesday evening to discuss the Mountain West Conference Tournament championship and look ahead to the NCAA Touranment.
My Trip To Vegas
It was a fun year to go to the conference tournament!
Wyoming SportsLine – Michael Carlyle
Our friend Michael Carlyle from AM 610 KNML Albuquerque joined Wyoming SportsLine to preview this weekend's Wyoming Vs. New Mexico regular season finale.
Wyoming SportsLine – John Gabrielsen
Our friend John Gabrielsen from Wyopreps.com joined us on Wyoming SportsLine to preview 1A/2A state basketball and 3A/4A regional hoops.
Wyoming SportsLine – Steve Luhm
Utah State beat writer Steve Luhm from the Salt Lake Tribune joined Wyoming SportsLine this week
Wyoming SportsLine – Riley Grabau
"I just want to say thank you, words can't even describe how much I appreciate all the support." - Riley Grabau told Wyoming SportsLine when asked what he wanted to say to his fans.
Wyoming SportsLine – Mitch Moss
Our friend Mitch Moss was kind enough to join us Friday on Wyoming SportsLine to chat about Mountain West Conference basketball and preview the upcoming Wyoming/UNLV game.