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Announcer Writes Book About Rivalry

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Bim Gibson is connected to two sides of a rivalry, something that’s rare among P. A. announcers.  He’s taken this unique vantage point and put pen to paper–or fingers to keyboard–to write not one, but two books about the rivalry between Edward Littleton and Lewiston basketball. Sun Journal:  Bim Gibson’s[…]

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Job Opening: Jenkins High School P. A. Announcer

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Jenkins High School in Chewelah, Washington is looking for a volunteer P. A. announcer for the upcoming season.  If you’re around the area and enjoy high school boys and girls basketball, this could be a nice opportunity for you. The Independent: Cougars looking for PA Announcer This position is volunteer[…]

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It’s A Family Affair in Downers Grove

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George Davis gets to watch his grandson play high school football after years of having him as a guest in the pressbox.  For Blake Davis, it’s a great feeling knowing that his grandfather is there, and he can hear him over the crowd noise after every play. mySuburbanLife.com:  High school[…]

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Jared Prevost Goes From Field to Pressbox

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Most athletes wait until their career is over before picking up a microphone and calling games.  Jared Prevost, a Varsity football player at Marquette High School in Michigan had the opportunity recently at the Superior Dome for a junior varsity game. ABC 10 News:  Local high school football players takes[…]

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NFHS Institutes Pitch Counts, Affects Announcers

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The National Federation of High Schools has made a change to baseball rules effective this upcoming season that will affect P. A. announcers across the country.  Unlike the rules instituted on basketball a couple of years ago, these changes were made in the spirit of well-being of the athletes and[…]

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