Well folks, my time has come to officially say goodbye. I’m on my way to the Mountain West Conference Media Day this weekend and embark to Albuquerque at the end of the month to begin my journey as the voice of the University of New Mexico Lobos.
Above: (Left to right) Football analyst Josh Bazinet, Scott Galetti, basketball analyst Scott Didrickson.
Rather than working out of the Pasadena office and the various venues in the area, my new home will be University Stadium press box and The Pit scorer’s table.
Thank you so much for making my stay here at the Star-News a memorable one. I was fortunate to make plenty of friends over the course of my stay and the coaches, players and parents were a pleasure to deal with. That includes you chkyrslf.
In honor of Gotmego, let’s talk about who has the best food in the San Gabriel Valley at football games.
Speaking from experience, I’d have to put St. Francis High School at the top of the list locally. They have just about anything you want and it’s impossible to avoid the barbeque smoke while watching a game there.
Above: Football analyst Josh Bazinet, Scott Galetti, athletic director Paul Krebs, basketball analyst Scott Didrickson at a recent Press Conference.
Being a broadcaster by trade, I’ve always kept my eyes open for a great opportunity to get back behind the microphone. I think I’ve found the chance of a lifetime. I am quite pleased to announce that I have been named the new broadcast voice of the University of New Mexico Lobos for football and men’s basketball.
I’ve greatly enjoyed my time with the San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group and will always cherish the contacts and relationships I have been fortunate to make during my tenure.
Thank you all so much for being a positive part of my life, even those who have been critical at times. I’ll miss the entire experience. I’ll be around at the paper until July 18.