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.
Olympic Update: Behind-the-Scenes with a 518er in Korea
Every step of the way, Bethlehem grad Bob Trosset has been there with behind-the-scenes access to the great Winter Olympians.
Red Hot Patroons Get Local Boost Off the Bench
Any shooter will tell you, there is no expiration date on their shot. EJ Gallup's days of logging major minutes might be over, but there is no better option when looking for instant offense from a bench player and someone who still stretches a defense with the best of them.
Is This the Most Anticipated Season for UAlbany Lacrosse?
Can you remember a season as highly anticipated as this for UAlbany lacrosse? The Great Danes are the third ranked team in the country and with the top recruit in the nation joining a Tewaaraton Award finalist on attack, a first-ever trip to the national semifinals almost feels expected.
High Hopes for Yankees Start at Spring Training
How many home runs will Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton combine to hit in 2018? Will the Yankees break the all-time team HR record? Is this season World Series or bust?
Harlem Globetrotters Featuring Tay Fisher Return to Albany
The humor and entertainment of the Harlem Globetrotters has become an annual tradition in the Capital Region and former Siena guard Tay Fisher plays the leading man of that show.
Saratoga Frozen Springs Classic Provides Unique Setting for Hockey
Whether played on an actual frozen pond or man-made rink in the backyard, hockey outdoors is a return to those glory days and that is the magic recaptured every winter in Saratoga Springs.
Local Basketball Coaching Legend Honored w/Court Dedication
On Friday night, Don Bassett arrived at Catholic Central High School under false pretenses. The basketball coaching legend was invited to take part in the Crusaders' Senior Night festivities not knowing the spotlight would soon be shining on him.
NYS Scoring Record Holder Joseph Girard III Joins Big Board Sports
After Joseph Girard III broke the New York state scoring record Tuesday night, I started lobbying on his behalf for a day off from school. It fell on mainly deaf ears, but we did pull the Glens Falls junior out of class for a segment on Big Board Sports.
Joseph Girard III Breaks NYS Scoring Record
This night was inevitable. Not a question of if, but when. Joseph Girard III was so far ahead of the scoring pace that 4,000 career points is in play for the Glens Falls junior. Catching Lance Stephenson on the New York state scoring list almost started to feel like a formality on Girard’s wa…
Guilderland’s Tyler Hynes Comes Up Big in Mayor’s Cup
Tyler Hynes' time on the ice hasn't been as abundant as his freshman and sophomore seasons when the Albany Academy grad was a regular on the Union shifts, but Hynes' most memorable moment may have come Saturday night in the Mayor's Cup against RPI.
USA Bobsledder, Whitehall Native Eyes Gold in Korea
Codie Bascue is living out his dream. The 23-year old from Whitehall is headed to the Olympics as Team USA bobsled's top driver. Bascue has already had an incredibly impressive winter driving the two-man and four-man sleds.
Should New York State Approve Gambling on the NBA?
Since he took over as commissioner of the NBA, Adam Silver has tried to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to sports gambling. Other professional leagues like the NFL seem determined to keep its collective head buried in the sand, not willing to acknowledge the world of betting that exists around…