Chris has been covering sports in the Capital Region since 2010 and joins 104.5 The Team in addition to his work as a sports anchor/reporter at Newschannel 13. A native of Glen Rock, NJ, Chris studied broadcast journalism at Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communications. His childhood love of the Atlanta Braves and Green Bay Packers lives on today, but basketball is his sport of choice to play and has always been going back to the days in the driveway.
Still a Great Scorer: Jimmer Drops 75 in China
Let this serve as a reminder that the former college player of the year and NBA first round pick is as talented as ever at scoring.
Is the Bills’ QB Carousel the Most Embarrassing Ever?
Buffalo hasn't started four different signal-callers in the same season since 1987 when players went on strike for more than three weeks.
Syracuse Rolls Louisville, Can They Burst Notre Dame’s Bubble?
If ever there were a trap game on Syracuse's football schedule this season, it was Friday night.
Union Snaps Losing Streak to RPI, Takes Back Dutchman Shoes
The Dutchman Shoes trophy is enough to motivate RPI and Union in what is New York state's oldest football rivalry, but there was plenty more on the line Saturday.
With a Siena Win Under His Belt, Jamion Christian Joins Big Board Sports
Two games into his tenure as Siena's head coach, Jamion Christian has proven he knows how to make one heck of a first impression.
All Five Super Bowl Champs Crowned in Section II
A look at all five winning teams, who they beat and how they got it done.
Voice of MNF, Schenectady-Born Joe Tessitore Goes Down Memory Lane
"Tess" brings us back to his childhood, to some of his favorite spots in the Electric City and some of the most influential people in his life, on this path to primetime.
Lot of Hype, One Big College Football Thud
We've drooled all year over Tua Tagovailoa's gaudy offensive numbers, but Bama's defense shone on Saturday night against the Tigers.
Shaker Grad, Now Ithaca QB Lands on SC’s Top 10 with Football Fling
Nabi has led Ithaca to a 6-2 record this season and in the rainstorm on Saturday with St. Lawrence in town, the Section II product pulled off the ugliest, beautiful backyard throw of his career.
RPI’s First Wins of the Season Come in Dominating Fashion vs Union
The two teams in the Route 7 Rivalry could not have been on more opposite ends of the spectrum going into the home-and-home series this weekend
Does Dodgers’ Pitcher Rich Hill Have the Best Nickname in MLB?
Many of baseball's greats have had legendary monikers attached to them and before Game 4 of the World Series, another great nickname was unearthed.
Game 3 of the World Series is What Makes Baseball Beautiful
Implementing something like the International Rule (placing a runner at second base to start an inning) would deprive us of these sleep-deprived nights. What fun is that?