I began my play-by-play broadcasting career at Woodland Regional High School, where I called football, basketball and volleyball for WRHS Media. I continued to broadcast at Quinnipiac University, where I called more than a half-dozen sports — ice hockey, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, volleyball and field hockey — for the Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network. I also enjoyed a broadcasting internship with the Newport Gulls of the New  England Collegiate Baseball League.

I entered the world of professional broadcasting in 2012, when I took over the longstanding tradition of calling Naugatuck Valley League high school football on WATR 1320 AM in Waterbury, Conn.

Below is a sample of clips from my play-by-play broadcasting career.

High School Football

Above: No. 8-ranked Ansonia scores two touchdowns inside the final 1:30 of the game to rally past and stun Woodland, 30-28, on Nov. 7, 2014. Audio covers the span from 1:36-:11.9 remaining.

Above: Naugatuck wide receiver Bryan Coney catches a 36-yard touchdown pass from Jason Bradley just before halftime. The Greyhounds beat Holy Cross, 42-7, on Sept. 26, 2014.

Above: Naugatuck defeats Wolcott, 42-36, in overtime on Sept. 20, 2013. The victory came in the Greyhounds’ first game on their new turf field and in new head coach Craig Bruno’s first home game.

College Softball

Above: Quinnipiac ties the NCAA Division I record with four straight home runs in the first inning of the Bobcats’ 12-7 victory over Sacred Heart on April 1, 2012. Alex Alba, Mina Duffy, Katie Alfiere and Nikki Barba cracked the dingers.