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Joe Wowk by Chris Shipley Morning Call

Joe Wowk Earning Phans

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms are one of the more interesting stories in the American Hockey League with how they came to wind up where they are today.  They started as the Philadelphia Phantoms, playing at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, which was located in the same parking lot as the home[…]

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Stu Walker

New Mexico Announcer Stu Walker Passes Away

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Last month, Stu Walker, who could very easily be called the “Voice of Albuquerque” passed away from cancer at the age of 61. KOAT-TV: Long time Lobo PA announcer dies at 61 Walker, who was the voice University of New Mexico basketball, baseball and men’s soccer for nearly 20 seasons,[…]

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Shiloh High School

Mattix Steps Down After 13 Seasons

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Thirteen seasons can seem like a short amount of time when compared to some of the announcers we highlight here.  We’ve seen 30, 40, and 50 years, but 13 years is nothing to sneeze at.  That’s how long most students spend in school before going off to college, but for[…]

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Bobby Thompson Garden Plain Kansas PA

Cancer Not Holding Back Thompson

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Bobby Thompson got news he didn’t want to hear on Valentine’s Day in 2014, that he has colon cancer.  The following September he was told it wasn’t curable.  That hasn’t stopped him from his role with Garden Plain High School as the P. A. announcer for basketball and football. The[…]

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New Announcer Tributes Former Announcer

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Bob Matthews took over as the voice of Lehigh football on September 19 of this year when the Mountain Hawks took on Penn.  During a stoppage in play, Matthews was tasked with paying tribute to Bill McCoach who did events for 27 years. The Morning Call: Longtime Poconos broadcaster Bob[…]

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