I'm Mike Gill and I serve as the station's Brand Manager. I also host 'The Sports Bash with Mike Gill'. I'm 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. I'm the 2001 West Virginia University graduate that brings South Jersey some of the top sports interviews each and every day on The Sports Bash.
After Signing Realmuto, What’s Next for the Phillies?
Phillies fans all over the Delaware Valley finally got a bit of good news during what has been a very quiet off-season: the team signed catcher J.T. Realmuto.
Report: Wentz to be a Healthy Scratch, Plans to Ask for Trade
It appears the Eagles have made their choice.
Ready or Not, Eagles’ Jalen Hurts Gets his Shot
Eagles' second-round rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts continues to take first-team reps in preparation for his first NFL start this Sunday against the Saints.
Eagles Naming Jalen Hurts Starting QB vs. Saints
The Eagles have named Jalen Hurts their starting quarterback for this Sunday's game against the Saints.
Philadelphia Eagles Release Safety Will Parks
In somewhat of a surprise move on Tuesday, the Eagles released safety Will Parks.
Ocean City’s Thanksgiving Game with Pleasantville Off, Will Face Williamstown
The Red Raiders will now host a new opponent on Wednesday night at 6pm.
Ocean City v. Camden High School Football Game Canceled
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to derail many of high school football plans. One of the pod games that was scheduled to be played this Friday is now canceled.
No More Fans at Eagles Games Due to Ongoing COVID-19 Cases
The Eagles made the announcement Monday following new outdoor restrictions enacted by the City of Philadelphia.
Lower Cape May OC Colin Thompson Scores First NFL TD
Thompson, who is also the offensive coordinator for the Lower Cape May Caper Tigers football team, and has been a host on 97.3 ESPN.
Vineland-Millville Thanksgiving Day Football Game Shutdown
It appears COVID-19 related concerns have shutdown one of the country's oldest Thanksgiving Day football rivalries.