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.
Wildwood Catholic Will Remain Open, St. Joe’s Still Unclear
Back in April, the Diocese of Camden announced that five local schools, including Wildwood Catholic, would be closing their doors. Today, Wildwood Catholic Academy was born.
Phillies’ Bryce Harper Shares Strong Message of Support
A powerful Instagram post by Bryce Harper today, as the Phillies right fielder expressed his feelings in the wake of last weeks murder of George Floyd.
Gov. Phil Murphy Allows Pro Sports Teams to Train in New Jersey
Murphy announced that effective immediately, professional sports teams in the state can return to training.
Longtime Buena H.S. Football Coach Jonathan Caputo Steps Down
Longtime Buena Regional High School football head coach Jonathan Caputo has stepped down after nine seasons on the sidelines with the Chiefs.
Eagles Rookies Get Their Uniform Numbers
The Eagles on Thursday revealed the uniform numbers that they’ve assigned to their 10-member draft class.
Holy Spirit High School Running Back Makes College Choice
Holy Spirit High School running back Patrick "Cheeks" Smith is heading out west.
South Jersey High School Spring Sports Season Officially Canceled
There will not be a spring sports season for South Jersey high school athletes.
Mike Trout Feeds ShopRite Employees in Millville
Mike Trout, an eight-time MLB All-Star, took care of the entire staff at ShopRite on North 2nd Street in Millville.
Mainland Regional High School Alum Signs With Dallas Cowboys
A Mainland Regional High School alum has signed a deal with the Dallas Cowboys.
St. Joe’s Starts GoFundMe Page to Help Keep School Open
Facing closure, St. Joseph H.S. and St. Joseph Regional Elementary School in Hammonton are asking for help via a new GoFundMe page to privatize the two schools.