I'm Mike Gill and I serve as the stations brand manager. I also host 'Sports Bash with Mike Gill'. I am a local product of South Jersey and have been a familiar voice since 2001. I have covered numerous big events including the World Series, Super Bowl, NBA playoffs, and the Stanley Cup Finals. The 2001 West Virginia University graduate brings you some of the top interviews each and everyday on the Sports Bash.
Former Middle Township Basketball Coach Set to Return to the Bench
Longtime Middle Township boys' basketball coach Tom Feraco is making his return to the Panthers sideline, according to multiple reports.
Phillies’ Bullpen Loses Another Valuable Arm
While Hector Neris closed out another Phillies win in the ninth inning on Friday, the rest of the bullpen continues to fall apart with injuries.
St. Augustine Prep Standout Selected in MLB Draft
The Chicago Cubs drafted St. Augustine Prep pitcher Jayson Hoopes with the 1,092nd overall pick.
Phillies’ McCutchen Done for Rest of Season With Torn ACL
The bad news got worse for the Phillies regarding leftfielder Andrew McCutchen.
New Holy Spirit Girl’s Basketball Coach Has Basketball in His Blood
Former Drexel Dragons basketball player Tim Whitworth was named the new Holy Spirit Spartans girls basketball coach back on May 6th.
Blackjacks Block a Field Goal to Seal a Win Over Baltimore
After a back-and-forth battle, the Blackjacks came out on top on a last second blocked field goal by veteran Antron Dillon.
Will Big Time Boxing Ever Come Back to Boardwalk Hall?
Atlantic City has always been thought of as a boxing town, but its been awhile since Boardwalk Hall opened its doors to fight fans.
Watch Blackjacks Kicker Mark Lewis’ Trick Shot at Boardwalk Hall
While the Atlantic City Blackjacks season is moving along quickly, there is a lot of down time during the week, especially for veteran kicker Mark Lewis.
Listen to Highlights of Blackjacks’ Win Over Baltimore
The Atlantic City Blackjacks shut-down a fourth quarter push from the Baltimore Brigade and won the game 48-41, improving to 2-2 on the season.
Sixers Season Comes to an End in Game 7 Loss to Toronto
The Sixers got off to a very slow start, hitting on just 1-of-11 from three-point range in the first quarter to open the game.