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Dennis Patchin / ESPN 700 Program Director
Dennis Patchin is one of the most recognizable sports personalities in the
Along with Rick Lukens, Patchin came up with the idea for Friday Night Sports Extra, which in 2010 celebrated its 25th anniversary. It was one of the first shows of its kind in the nation and is the longest running high school football show in the West.
Dennis also has been the television voice for every team in
Dennis also was the voice of the Gonzaga Bulldogs on radio for four seasons, during which the Zags went to three straight Sweet 16 tournaments in the post-season. In addition, he was the television voice of Gonzaga Basketball games for five years, and the voice of Big Sky Conference Football for three years on Fox Sports Northwest.
Dennis is the play-by-play announcer for the Spokane Shock, and Eastern Washington Eagle Basketball on 700 ESPN.
He has won an Emmy, and has been voted the most popular television sportscaster ten years and counting by viewers in the annual Inlander poll.
When Dennis has free time, he likes to spend it on the golf course or on his boat at the lake. Dennis recently celebrated his 31st wedding anniversary with his wife Dorothy, a school teacher in
You can contact Dennis at email@example.com
Rick Lukens/Show Host
Keith Osso / KXLY4 Sports Reporter
Keith began his broadcast career at KXLY4 News as a sports photographer in May of 2003, and then was promoted to sports reporter in July of 2005. Keith is a Spokane native who has lived here his entire life except a short stint in college.
Keith was a two year baseball letterman at North Idaho College where he earned first team all conference honors. He then continued on to Mesa State College in Grand Junction, Colorado where he majored in broadcasting. While at Mesa, Keith earned all-conference all-academic honors in baseball.
Keith is the color commentator for the Spokane Shock on 700 ESPN.
In his free time you can find Keith spending time with his daughter Skylar, his girlfriend Tonya, and his parents Bryan and Cindy.
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Vince Grippi/Fill-In Host
Vince Grippi has been intimately connected to the Inland Northwest sports scene since 1983, when he and wife Kim relocated to Spokane from Southern California.
At The Spokesman-Review, Vince worked on the sports copy desk, as an editor in the newsroom, as the paper’s prep sports editor and as an online columnist before taking on the role of Washington State University beat writer in 2007.
During his time as the Cougar beat writer, Vince grew the S-R’s online coverage at SportsLink, developed a dedicated Twitter following (vinceg55) and appeared weekly as a guest on Dennis Patchin’s radio shows.
Since retiring from The Spokesman-Review at the start of 2011, Vince has filled a part-time role as the newspaper’s sports online producer, blogging daily on the paper’s web site and occasionally covering events.
Vince and Kim, who met while working in the equipment room at the University of California, Irvine while playing baseball and basketball, respectively, have two grown boys, a cat and two dogs.
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Steve Pry / The Wingman
Steve has spent the last 31 of his 33 years in Spokane and has worked at KXLY and 700 ESPN The Ticket since September 2007.
A proud graduate of Mead High School class of 1995, Steve also graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2001 with a degree in Electronic Media and Film.
Wingy considers it an honor and a pleasure to work with THE Dennis Patchin on a daily basis. That Keith Osso fellow is pretty cool, too.
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